A Forever Kind of Love

A Forever Kind of Love

by Ellie Wade


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ISBN-13: 9781512262216
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/09/2015
Pages: 346
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.77(d)

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A Forever Kind of Love (Choices Series, #2) 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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LittleMissBookmark More than 1 year ago
This is the second book in the Choices series by Ellie Wade. I enjoyed reading the first book so incredibly much that I jumped onto Amazon the moment that I finished it and used some of my (much coveted) credit on Amazon to purchase this one. I've had these credits for over 2 years and I've been hording them like a weirdo just waiting for the right books to use them on and I'm glad that I chose to finish up this series with them. I'll be honest ... when I was buying it online, I was absolutely floored to see that the rating was so low for A Forever Kind of Love. I just couldn't wrap my head around it. The first novel was so good ... did the author botch this one or were the readers just so pissed off that the novel didn't play out as they would have wanted it to? I had to fight myself to not read any reviews before I started it. I didn't want any transference from someone else altering my own personal thoughts on the book. I'm glad that I didn't shy away from it because of the rating. This ended up being a really heartfelt, sorrowful and compassionate novel. Did it go how I wanted it to? Well, no. Sometimes it straight-up sucked and Wade ripped my heart out numerous times within these pages. Throughout the book, I felt like I was going through the stages of grief ... I told myself that this couldn't actually be happening and then I was just pissed. Man, was I pissed. I even started bargaining with Wade in my head ... begging her to please let things end another way and I promised that I would read her other books if it did (which it didn't, BTW, but I'll probably still read her other books). Then I hit the depression stage where I just didn't want to read any more because I didn't think that I could take it but then the more that I read, the more okay I became with how things were playing out. It wasn't my "perfect scenario" that I had concocted and wanted to happen between Lily and Jax but it was true to the characters and how they were created by Wade. I can't imagine this book taking a different course through the storyline. It needed to happen the way that it did and in the end, it became a stronger book because of it. All of that being said ... I did find that some parts were just a bit wordy ... it felt long-winded and I had to stop myself a few times from just skipping a paragraph or two to get the story bumping along again. It felt this way a few times in the beginning and then more the further you get into the book. I don't know if it is because this is from the point of view of Jax and you've got to go through situations that you already experienced with the previous novel just to get his side of things and at times, that felt like straight up re-reading or if it was because his character didn't seem as complete this time. It wasn't enough to ruin the book for me but it was enough to drop a star off of my rating. This is an amazing series. It's one I read while cuddled up under blankets with a steaming cup of coffee next to me while I lost myself within the pages. I know that I'll read this series again and I really hope that she writes another one that grabs me like this one did.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved ABKOL and was so EXTREMELY disappointed in this story. The conclusion to ABKOL fell so short, it's six feet under. Seriously. If you want a Jax and Lily love story, you bought the wrong book. You're better off writing your own conclusion because you will be disappointed if you buy this book. Jax is in LOVE with Stella. Stella is his soul mate NOT Lily. Jax makes the decision to marry Stella because he LOVES her. So please be warned, this is NOT a Jax/Lily story. Lily makes an appearance at the end b/c Stella dies. Jax goes back to Lily only because Lily is there, easy, and has a warm hole for him to fill. Plain and simple. Yes, it's crude but oh well, I'm not taking it back.
egramsey More than 1 year ago
I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. I felt so many emotions in this book. If you thought that A Beautiful Kind of Love was an emotional roller coaster, wait until you read A Forever Kind of Love. The emotional journey that Jax and Lily share is full of heartache and love. They both have to face the pain they went through in book one. This one is more raw emotion. In your face love him or hate him kind of emotion. My heart hurt for both of them, they both deserve to have an HEA. I’ve read many books this year, and I would have to say that AFKOL has been ranked up with one of my favorite reads of 2015. I didn’t want to put the book down, and when it was over, I wanted more. Ellie has such amazing talent, I’m so glad she decided to share it with all of us. Great job on this one Ellie, you did a wonderful job of showing the heartache and love that Jax was going through.