The unforgettable finale of the bestselling Forever trilogy follows psychic heroine Darci Monroe on a quest to find the kidnapped father of an FBI agent.
Darci has never given up searching for her kidnapped husband. But her quest has taken her deeper into the world of psychic phenomena than she ever dreamed—or dared to go.
When the FBI enlists her help in locating the missing father of undercover agent Jack Rose, Darci signs on for the covert operation, not knowing that her attraction to handsome, sexy Jack is about to lead her into deadly territory—and into an era long past. For Jack has a protector, a mysterious nineteenth-century lady who pulls them into a time and place where Darci is stripped of her abilities. Can she find the key that links to the modern-day crimes she’s set out to solve? And will a showdown with a wicked force from the past hold her hostage...for all eternity?
More like a video game without rules than a romance, Deveraux's follow-up to her previous paranormal romance, Forever and Always,is a madcap and often nonsensical romp through time and space. Jack Hallbrooke, a perpetually enraged undercover FBI officer, is none too happy to rescue his kidnapped philanthropist father, who has treated Jack terribly. The quest infuriates him all the more when he learns he must work with Darci Montgomery, an all-powerful psychic who was dubbed the "Hillbilly Honey" after she married rich and supposedly killed her husband. Those who've read this novel's two predecessors will know Darci did no such thing and, in fact, has been on a long quest to find her handsome husband since he disappeared on a philanthropic mission. Newcomers, though, will be mystified by the goings-on in this book, especially when Jack and Darci start using magical objects that bring them into contact with spirits and even transport them back to the Victorian era. Sparse character development and a haphazard plot make for a jolting read, and the absurd conclusion, in which Darci realizes she has an impressive power that allows her to manufacture a happy ending for herself, is pat but somehow appropriate for this off-kilter adventure.
Love it !!!!!!!!
This was the first book I ever ready of Jude and I feel in love with her book I love how she uses time travel in her books wasn't hard to follow and she has inspired me to write! Again I love it!!!!!!!
I have read scores of her books, including those with "time travel", and loved them all, except for this one (and God forbid I buy the next two in this series by mistake). Impossible to read. I can't believe she wrote such crap.
Somehow, Jude "always" spins an amazing tale ! This was the
Best of the FOREVER trilogy and truly blew me away. Her
characters are diverse, complex, well-developed and engaging.
I didn't know this was a trilogy when I first read FOEVER so
I felt frustrated. Thank you, Jude for FOREVER & ALWAYS
& ALWAYS !
I loved all of the "gotcha's!" as the many character's stories were
brought to amusing and often unexpected ends!