The First Installment of the Forever and Ever Series.
Cayson is in love with Skye Preston, his best friend for over twenty years. They grew up together, bathed together, and spent every holiday together. Hoarding the secret hasn’t been easy. Every time Cayson sees her with a boyfriend, he wants to smash his fist into a wall.
But he could never tell her the truth.
The close friendship they have is too good to be ruined. If he confessed his deepest feelings, how would it change what they have? Would he lose her altogether?
But everything changes when Cayson finds Skye at a party, drunk and incoherent. Unable to stand on her own two feet with breath reeking of alcohol, she’s easy prey to the men staring at her noticeable chest. Cayson immediately scoops her into his arms and takes her home. But when they arrive at the house, Skye doesn’t want to sleep. Instead, she wants Cayson in a way she’s never had before.
What will this mean for their relationship? Is it the start of something Cayson has always dreamed of? Or will it be the end?
THIS IS NOT A CLIFFHANGER.
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I spent 5 hours reading this book and couldn’t stop! It was so addicting and I found myself wrapped into the storyline. I usually don’t like to read, but wow! I am a sucker for romance and this was a great romance book. I just bought the second book and cannot wait to read further.
Okay I’m not saying this was a terrible book - the plot was good and there were definitely some sweet moments. But the ending left less than to be desired and considering there are about a billion books in this series afterwards that drag out the main characters’ relationship, I rated it at 2/5. It’s okay but I wish the ending would have been totally changed to close their romance out. Picking up with the other characters in later books would have been fine as long as this story ended here. We don’t need 12 more books of back-and-forth between them.
If I could get back the last few hours of my life
One of the worst books I’ve ever read. Unrealistic dialogue... cliche events like “triangle of boy likes girl but boy dates this other girl who likes him then when he breaks up with her she’s like I like you the way you like her.” The book tries way too hard to show everyone’s unrealistic money, power and status. And the kid’s disgust about their parent’s love/lust was very cringe worthy. Wish I never wasted my time reading this book.