The FINAL book of the USA Today bestselling Forever series
They tell mothers like me, a woman whose baby has died, that a new pregnancy will bring a rainbow baby. You know, the beauty after the storm.
What they don’t say is how hard it’s going to be. How scary. How emotional. That at the lowest point, I will completely give up hope.
I do have a saving grace. Several, in fact. Gavin, my hot, sex-on-the-kitchen-counter, loves-me-on-my-bad-days husband. He’s been with me since the beginning. And I have Jenny and Tina, girlfriends I met along the way. They’re the good ones. The ones who bring you Kleenex and vodka.
But I also have you. Tens of thousands of you who read my story and have cheered me on, waiting for me and Gavin to have a healthy baby. It helps me, knowing you’re out there, waiting, hoping. Some of you have lost babies yourselves. You know what I’m about to endure.
So it’s time for the happiest happy ending of all. What better time than at Christmas?
(Don’t forget your tissues. And maybe the vodka too.)
Forever Christmas can be read as a standalone, but if this your first introduction to the Forever novels, I recommend reading Forever Innocent to understand their backstory.
Gavin and Corabelle have been through so much in their young lives: his abusive childhood, a teen pregnancy and the death of that child, separation, reconciliation. Now, they’re looking to take a chance and daring to try to have another child. But will they be able to have another child? If they do conceive, will they be able to handle the fear of possibly losing it too? Will the love they have had through all of this sustain them through what comes next? Well done. Well done.