The Ever After Duet concludes with Fourkeeps...
When you’re wealthy, you’re used to getting what you want.
But when what you want is a gorgeous woman to share a lifetime—and a really big bed—with you and your three best friends, it can be a tough sell.
Ford, Brady, and Josh are determined that nothing will keep them apart. Not Kari’s past or the psychopath who keeps threatening their future.
One night with her was amazing, but it could never be enough.
This time, they’re playing for keeps.
Fourkeeps is the conclusion of the Ever After Duet, and should be read following Fourplay.
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Great conclusion to the duet!
Ahhhhh...there it is!
That “thing” I needed more of in the first book! (And no it wasn’t more smexy times with them all ~ though that did happen as well *wink*) It was seeing them connect and finally do something about the attraction/chemistry/connection they have going on between them. *does an internal happy dance*
So, this one starts off right where Fourplay ended and things go from 0 to 100 in no time flat in every way possible. We finally get Kari, Ford, Josh and Brady together, working through their wants, desires and hang ups and I loved seeing them deal with the good, bad and ugly that comes with being in a poly relationship. They all had their moments where I wanted to reach out and smack some sense into them, but I really like where they were at in the in end.
As for the issues going on with Kari, things definitely got heavier and crazier, and there were some moments that had me going “Whoa!” but they were situations that could/can happen IRL and I have to give props to the author with how she presented it all and had Kari, and the guys, work through it all.
This one was definitely a wild ride, but an enjoyable one. The multiple POV’s were done well and I really enjoyed the extra one that was added into the mix as it gave me a better understanding of all that was going one. And, as with the first book in the duet, Andi definitely stole the show and I loved seeing all of them get their HEA’s.
~ Copy provided by the author & voluntarily reviewed ~