Three Los Angeles women who’ve helped each other overcome heartbreak are reunited eight years later when their troublesome exes come back into the picture in this follow up to Victoria Christopher Murray’s bestselling novel The Ex Files.
Sheridan, Kendall, and Asia first bonded when they met seven years ago at a church prayer support group and now, their friendship has blossomed into a strong sisterhood. They've helped each other through the tragedies of their breakups and together, they've celebrated their triumphs. But now, their exes are back, wreaking havoc on lives they've work so hard to rebuild.
Sheridan has found love again after her ex-husband left her for a man. But old wounds are reopened when her ex-husband appears with his fiancée—a woman! And all of Sheridan's insecurities and doubts come rushing back. Kendall's former husband is now married to Kendall's sister, Sabrina. And though Kendall has refused to interact with either one in the last seven years, she's forced to reunite with Sabrina when their father is diagnosed with cancer. Asia has done her best to move away from her married boyfriend, a former star with the LA Lakers. But when they share a kiss, old desires are rekindled and Asia decides that it's time for her and Bobby Johnson to get back together again.
With her trademark writing that “has the kind of momentum that prompts you to elbow disbelief aside and flip the pages in horrified enjoyment” (The Washington Post), Forever an Ex is Murray's best novel yet.
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The book was great.. Just wanted more because it was so awesome.. Just wondering when the sequel will end.. But really great writer!
Victoria never disappoints when she writes. This book as all of her other novels are such page turners. I love the plots and characters. I love that she writes sequels to continue the journey with her characters. This book ended with life lessons that touched me. Excellent read!!!
Forever an Ex
What a wonderful, exhausting ride. I felt each of these characters and their pain. I started to think its possible to have a bit of each characters pain inside and not able to get it out.
But most importantly, the gift of forgiveness that flows is awesome. I was struggling with forgiving someone as I was reading this. I realized I lost my way as my motto is: Forgiveness is divine, it's for you and not the other person.
Thank you for getting me back in the right track with a few tears and heartaches along the way.