Title : Forever Kinda Love
Author :Clara Stone
Series :Lovelly, #1
Rating : 4 Stars
Blurb : Lifeâs. Little. Surprises. The last thing seven-year-old Carrigan “Ace” Casper foresaw was an eight-year-old Heath Lovelly walking into her life the day her mother died. From that moment on, Heath sticks by her side, slowly becoming her strength, her confidant, and her entire world. What she doesnât know is, she’s his saving grace, too. Ten years later, Ace is handed another crippling challenge that threatens everything in her almost perfect life. Only, this time, she doesn’t turn to Heath, hiding the truth instead. But Heath knows Ace too well and won’t back down easily. He’s ready to do whatever it takes and will stay by her side until she accepts that their love is the kinda love worth fighting for. Will he be her forever triumph or her unexpected downfall? Two lives. One story. And an unexpected journey to falling in love.
Review : When an author approaches you with the request to review a book, there is always this exciting feeling you have when you are about to find something good and. You jump to check upon the author â what he published so far and you check your sources like Goodreads or Facebook to find out if the new book this author is offering to you for a review might be something to devour.
Honesty is the most important part of a review â in direct relation to being respectful.
So I admit â when Clara Stone asked us if we would like to review her books, I (Jeri) was skeptical at first. Because when I saw the Blurb of the Book my Co-Writer Lauren choose to read ~~ Flirting with Love by Clara Stone~~ â I was not sure if I was in the right frame of mind for this kind of story.
Then I noticed âForever Kinda Loveâ the first book in that series and I was drawn to the story like a moth to light. Maybe because I know from my own experience how it feels to take the step to change your best friend into your lover.
What can I say â the book did not disappoint. Ms. Stone delivers a fully developed storyline; my only complaint might be that the ending came a little sudden. I am not that big fan of the Epilogue Endings as I call them â but it worked out in this case.
Sometimes when following Heath and Ace in their journey I was wondering if it might have been better to make them a little older, because some of their discussions and actions felt so mature. However, in the end I think they were good just the way they were.
I believe the author put a lot of heart into both of them and the reader is invited to feel it from the first page right through to the end. I was impressed about the depth of Heath and Ace, their unconditional friendship felt really good and believable for me as a reader.
I am happy that I can give good and honest 4 stars to this book and I would like to invite all believers of true friendship to read this book.
> > > I have received this book as an ARC from the publisher. < < < > > > In exchange, I promised an honest review. < < <
Cliffhanger :(KLICK to find out) !!!
HEA? : (KLICK to find out) !!!