A Forever Kind of Love

A Forever Kind of Love

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by Shiloh Walker
     
 

You can always come home. Second chances come a little harder.

Chase and Zoe were the high school golden couple. Football captain, cheerleader, prom royalty. After graduation, though, Chase couldn’t resist the urge to experience life outside their small town. He didn’t exactly expect Zoe to wait twelve years for him, but now that he

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You can always come home. Second chances come a little harder.

Chase and Zoe were the high school golden couple. Football captain, cheerleader, prom royalty. After graduation, though, Chase couldn’t resist the urge to experience life outside their small town. He didn’t exactly expect Zoe to wait twelve years for him, but now that he’s back, he finds some small part of him hoping she did.

It’s no big surprise she’s married. The kick in the face is she married his best friend.

Zoe was devastated when Chase left, but she’s filed those bittersweet memories under “Moved On”. She loves her life, and loves her husband. She has all she needs. And Chase keeps an honorable distance.

One cold, wet, miserable day, tragedy turns Zoe’s world upside down. Chase never expected her to simply fall into his arms, but a man can dream. Except his dream doesn’t include the fact that this time, she’s the one hitting the road…and he’s the one left behind.

Warning: This story contains heartbreak, heartache and one last chance for two lovers to find each other.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781609284312
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
04/26/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
101
Sales rank:
264,786
File size:
578 KB

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A Forever Kind of Love 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 39 reviews.
LASR_Reviews More than 1 year ago
I must admit from the onset that I am not a crier. I do not cry at weddings, Hallmark commercials, or Lifetime movies but most important for you to know is that I do not cry when I read a book. Zoe and Chase were the typical high school sweethearts, the football player in love with the cheerleader. Chase felt the confines of living in a small town and took off on his own leaving Zoe behind to pick up the pieces of her heart. Chase's best friend Roger steps in and tries to sooth her broken heart. Fifteen years later when they are married, in love and enjoying the life they built, here comes Chase, still in love with Zoe and looking to pick up where they left off. Disaster strikes Zoe and Roger and life as they know it is over. Knowing Chase always loved his wife and she never got over him, Roger puts them in the position of regaining what they lost so many years ago. As I stated in the beginning I am not a crier but several parts of this story struck me where no other book has ever been able to. The quiet and private moments between Zoe and her husband are compelling, poignant, emotionally draining and heartbreaking. Zoe is me and you, an everyday woman just going through life until the universe looks down and throws a curve ball. Chase is the high school hero turned everyday man cursing the choices he has made in the past and living with the unexpected consequences. The author is able to pull you into their lives and their hearts and keep you there until the very end. Shiloh Walker is renowned for her paranormal stories of vampires, tough women and steamy, sexy heroes. She has taken a step to the left with this novella and has once again proven what an incredible and diverse author she truly is. She has taken lost love romance and given it a new spin. It is a new experience for me to read through blurry, teary eyes. If you love a great romantic story and a good cry, do not, I repeat, do not miss this!!! Just have a big box of tissues handy. Originally posted at The Long and Short of It Romance Reviews
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This isn't my favorite book by shiloh walker. Don't get me wrong, the story is very moving and heart wrenching but it was missing something to me. I expect passion from this author and this one seemed to focus on Zoe's loss and not on her romantic second chance with her first love.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm sort of torn with this one. There was so much time spent on Roger and Zoe that it overshadows the romance between Zoe and Chase which is the ultimate HEA, of course. I like Ms. Walker's writing style but the heroine's love story with 2 men (that isnt a menage lol) didn't work for me because the whole time I just want to get to the ultimate HEA. Then I felt guilty because Roger was an important part of Chase and Zoe's love story.
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donnas1 More than 1 year ago
Wow. Its a roller coaster ride of a story. You really dont know what to expect and at times you really dont know what to hope for. But its a well written and nearly impossible story to put down. Its not a full length novel, but its just the perfect length to tell the story of these two former lovers in a small town. If you are looking for a great evening read, or a bittersweet story. You have to pick this up. You wont be sorry.
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