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Forever with You (Fixed Book 3) by [Paige, Laurelin]
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4.9 out of 5 stars 123 customer reviews

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"The Fixed series delivers a scorching hot romance, heart stopping emotion, and a plot that will keep you glued to the page. Five Stars!" Aestas Book Blog
"One of the best series I've ever read, hands down. Five Stars!" True Story Book Blog
"Ms. Paige gave us PERFECTION with FOREVER WITH YOU. Five Stars!" Shayna Renee's Spicy Reads
"The writing is beautiful and poetic. It's clear and concise, never redundant. The flow is flawless. Five Stars!" Angie, Fan Girl Book Blog
"Hudson Pierce. One of the best alpha male characters ever written! Five Stars!" LGist, Amazon Reviewer

About the Author

Laurelin Paige is the USA Today Bestselling Author of the Fixed Trilogy. She's a sucker for a good romance and gets giddy anytime there's kissing, much to the embarrassment of her three daughters. Her husband doesn't seem to complain, however. When she isn't reading or writing sexy stories, she's probably singing, watching Mad Men and the Walking Dead, or dreaming of Adam Levine. She is represented by Bob Diforio of D4EO Literary Agency.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2614 KB
  • Print Length: 305 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0991379616
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Laurelin Paige (13 Jan. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HLU14CA
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 123 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #16,508 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Omg. This book gave me so many feels. Though I was shocked at how quickly Alayna forgave him, there is no way I could rate it less than 5 stars. Emotion drips off the pages and I felt everything. Such dark complex characters. Wow.


Well, that was one hell of a read, and a fantastic way to bring Laynie and Hudson's story to a close.

Initially, it started off a little slow and I wondered if there was enough of a story to support a third book. I'm happy to have been proven wrong. Once Laynie watched the recording things started accelerating at a manic pace. I knew immediately what Hudson and Celia had done and I was sickened to my stomach. Though I was hoping I was wrong, it turns out I wasn't. I pretty much hated him a lot of this book as his actions really rocked my faith in him.

This book was so emotive - I felt everything Laynie felt. Explosive passion, scintillating chemistry, and the gut-wrenching angst of betrayal and heartache. I was a basket-case reading this book.

At one point, I wanted to kill Hudson. And don't even get me started on Celia! Those two were so fucked-up! Alayna looked like a saint next to that pair and that's saying something.

I was annoyed that Alayna forgave Hudson so quickly. I would have loved her to have shown some strength of character and to keep him at arms length for a few months, so that when they finally reunited it was on her terms, not his.

But there is no way I could rate this book any less than 5 stars because it seriously blew my mind.

Another stomping read from the very talented Laurelin Paige. I wish I could read Hudson straight away but I've a ton of ARC's lined up already so it'll have to wait for a couple of weeks.
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I wavered between three stars and four. Four stars is the maximum rating that I would ever give to a good read. This one would have been worthy of my maximum star-rating, especially as it is well-written. In the end it came down to the leading protagonists and their 'likability' - or otherwise.

As much as I wanted to, I was not able to 'take' to Hudson Pierce the 'hero'. He had the kind of nature that had led him to destroy lives with his mind-games. If he had only 'played' the heroine - and if the plot line had centered around mind-games that he had played ONLY with her - and he was finally redeemed after falling in love with her, then yes, the emotional impact of the denouement when she found out the truth would have worked better. The romantic elements in the wake of their falling in love DESPITE his having initially viewed her as his 'mark would ALSO have a less tainted factor attached to their love story if he had not been depicted as a man with a history of having 'played' countless others over the years.

Hudson Pierce had a penchant for destroying people's lives. The many women whose lives had been devastated by him made him more of an 'anti-hero'. One particular incident that was referred to, involved a young woman who had carried a torch for him. He was the puppet master who 'engineered' a romance between this young woman and an unsuspecting young man with whom the woman had eventually formed a relationship. Hudson Pierce had then stepped into the middle of that blossoming relationship to destroy it. He seduced the woman into betraying her new love. He slept with her just so he could show the 'evidence' to her boyfriend. He 'played' these two innocent people because he could. This was just one of many incidents that had formed the 'anti-hero's background story.
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My headline might be a spoiler....or it might not!

Like other reviewers, I too had downloaded books 1 and 2 and had almost finished them by the time that I realised that the third book was due out in Jan 2014. I hung on to them and read them consecutively over a few evenings - got absolutely NOTHING done in my own life as I was completely absorbed in the lives of Laynie and Hudson and the characters around them.

Hudson and Laynie continue to develop their relationship, both as individuals and making things work as a couple in a relationship - we all know that it is not plain sailing and for that I applaud the author. Because it is too easy to write all about the prettiness in a relationship (the hearts and flowers and love) without tackling the nitty gritty of the actual dynamic in a real relationship, which I know is something that most couples will have struggled with, so kudos for tackling that.

Clearly there is the angst element of the story, and though Laynie brings with her her own set of issues and baggage, boy does Hudson have a biggie up his sleeve and even though Laynie declares that there is nothing that he can say or do that will change her opinion of him, when it is delivered, it is quite a shock and a surprise - and again nothing pretty about it.

OK I have compared this series to FSOG but I would stick my neck out and say that this is better. Laynie is by far a better character than her book counter-part and Hudson is just totally swoon as the alpha male. Supporting characters are done well too.

I really enjoyed the trilogy - cannot recommend it enough and am gutted it is over.
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