When you fall in love with your best friend, it's the kind of love that's supposed to last forever.
Jo Donovan was a true believer of happily ever afters—until her best friend, Christopher, was killed in Afghanistan, destroying her belief that fairy-tale endings existed.
Destroying her. Destroying her world.
Five years later…
Jo finds herself still stuck in the past, unable to find closure with Christopher's death.
When she moves to Austin, Texas, with her son, Junior, she's finally given the fresh start she's been desperately seeking.
What she doesn't know is that the fresh start comes in the form of her sexy neighbor, Drew Greyson.
Their friendship starts off rocky, but eventually, a spark between them ignites. It isn't long before that spark turns explosive, and she finds herself falling for him.
Drew wants to be her everything, her forever, but will Jo's pain from losing Christopher stop her from following her heart?
Warning: Recommended for ages 18+ due to explicit language and sexual situations.
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Learn to Love Again?
This was my first Elena Matthews book, but I categorically loved it and cannot wait to read more! I cried from page one—due to the painful subject matter, but literally laughed out loud throughout the book between the characters banter. I could not wait to turn the page to see what was going to happen next between them!
Jo inevitably lives in her past, desperate to keep her husband and best friend since they were 5 alive. They were supposed to have forever together. She tries hard not to show their son Junior how depressed she gets because she's lost without him. Christopher deployed to Afghanistan when Junior was only 4 months old so he only knows his father through what Jo has told him and pictures. They had to move to Austin for her job, which took them away from everything and everyone he's known all his life, as well as leaving behind the place that held every memory Jo had with Christopher. **How do you stop loving someone who was your whole world? How are you supposed to continue on when half of your heart stopped beating the moment his did?(**direct book quote**). Jo is convinced she's destined to be alone and is ok with that, if she can't be with Christopher she doesn't want anyone. Being intimate with another man, even the thought of his hands on her body makes her physically ill. Now they embark on a new beginning together, it's the fresh start Jo needed to get herself back. With this new beginning comes new relationships, including one with her sexy new neighbor Drew. They start off rocky, then their spark turns into an explosive inferno. How can Jo allow Drew to be her everything, her forever when she already had that with Christopher? You only get ONE person that you're supposed to love and and have forever with right,? That kind of love is irreplaceable, he is irreplaceable. However she did move to have a fresh start, but would her heart have room for anyone besides Christopher? Could Drew make it come alive again, after it died and she buried it along with Christopher? You'll have to read OUR FOREVER to find out, but it's more than worth your time to do it! Due to explicit sexual content and adult language this novel is recommended for readers 18 and older. I received an ARC copy via IndieSage for a blog tour review.
-How do you stop loving someone who was your whole world? How are you supposed to continue on when half of your heart stopped beating the moment his did?