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- Print Length: 541 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1941098053
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- Publisher: Jasinda Wilder (14 Feb. 2014)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00HFFEN4C
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- Average Customer Review: 63 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #119,529 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Saving Forever (The Ever Trilogy: Book 3) Kindle Edition
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I'm not one of those readers that will accept anything given to us by the author in order to see the characters walk of hand in hand with rainbows blowing out of their backend.
This was one book where I wanted the "heroine" to stick 2 fingers in the air and to say to hell with a conventional HEA and just get me the hell out of here.
This review will feature Spoilers in order to justify my rating so consider yourself warned.
Book 1 sees Ever and Cade fall in love.
Book 2 sees Ever in a coma and Cade and Evers twin sister Eden screwing each other Seven Ways till Sunday. The sexathon takes place over Six months, in the marital home and bed with a serious lack of contraception. Can you say Bun in the Oven ????
I was intrigued as to how the author was going to resolve this issue after all the ultimate betrayal was performed and not once but numerous times.
Both characters are aware of what they are doing whilst the person that they allegedly loved was now infertile, loosing a child and in a coma.
There was a serious lack or in fact no remorse, admission of guilt or responsibility for their actions, there is a giant mound in the carpet where everything has been swept under in order to give the easily pleased readers a HEA.
Eden the Slack twin sister does a runner and disappears. She meets a wonderful man and gives a very laughable and slightly distorted account of what happens. (Remember we read the gory details in book 2)
Meanwhile Cade is now living in a constant state of woe as he is worried that Ever will find out he and Eden performed the Horizontal Tango whilst she was in a Coma.
Ever who is either a saint or just plain stupid (I'm taking a punt for stupid) feels guilty and wants to help him.
Any how, Ever and Cade find Eden and the now cooked bun in the oven and the bells start to ring and Ever discovers what happens. Roll up, Roll up, All form a queue and let's hear the remorse, begging, admission of guilt for their unnaceptable behaviour. Zero, Nada, zilch. Both characters refuse to acknowledge it.
So Ever disappears for 8 days, returns and all is well with the world. After 8 days I'd be lucky if I'd cleaned my teeth. Eden who seems to get away Scott free decides that she doesn't want to be a mother to the result of her betrayal and inability to keep her legs shut. So Eden becomes the Patron Saint of Surrogacy and gives away her child to Ever and the cheating Scumbag leaving Eden to live in a state of perpetual bliss with her new man. Wrap the baby up in as many bows as you want and gift package it as you want. Eden is a spoilt and selfish woman who will not accept or be responsible for the consequences of her actions.
Ever adopts the product of the affair, renews her vows with Cade and they all walk off into the Sunset.
I think there is supposed to be some moral message crap gained out of this story but I be damned if I buy it.
If my soulmate was in a coma I'd be making sure that every day they were still there I'd make sure they new how much I loved them. Not taking their twin back to the marital bed !!
If Cade was to have picked up a woman in a bar or a prostitue in his despair I could by it. Even Cade in his grief fantasing that Eden was his beloved Ever I could buy it, but he knew damn well it wasn't.
I wish we could have seen Ever have a backbone and disappear longer than 8 days, to go find herself. Cade being a man and admitting the truth and accept that he cheated.
I rename this book Feel sorry Forever.
In this genre of NA there has become the tendency to glamorize Cheating and for it to become acceptable.
There are good books by this author out there, sadly this is not one of them.
Cheating is cheating.
It took away from what was a wonderful love story apart from the floozy sister and weak bf.
Ever was amazing but I wanted her to make them pay more.
In a way I was second guessing as I was reading this book about what was coming next, and was right in the mind set of the story which for me was how it was meant to be. I was more than happy with how this story ran it's course, even if it did break my heart even more, it was fixed by the end.
'Forgiveness is a choice, and so is love'. Great quote!!
But now I'm feeling that there should be more!! Yes more!! I want to know more about Eden and Carter! So Jasinda that just has to happen!!! They need their own story.
For me the second book in this trilogy was the most emotional and difficult to read, but all of them combined have been utterly amazing.
I'm not afraid to tell the whole of amazon that I am totally fangirling over Jasinda right now!!!
Fantastic series xxx thank you
I feel priviledged to have read these books, amazingly written, emotionally draining and rewarding at the same time. This book brings us to life after Ever's Coma. Learning to recover physically along with a new set of struggles for the couple. Love, Guilt, Loss, learning to love and trust again. In this book we also learn more about Ever's twin sister Eden, i wasn't overly keen on her in the previous book, i felt she was a little bit jealous of Ever and Caden and i felt she used his devastations lonliness, struggles and vunerabilites, for her own benefit. I grew to like her a bit more by the end of their journeys, but i still wanted to kind of slap her !!!
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS AMAZING JOURNEY WITH THESE WONDERFUL CHARACTERS !!
i can't recommend these books enough, you will most certainly not regret investing in them!
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