"Sometimes being with the one you love hurts more than being without them."
“There’s nothing you can’t do if you want it bad enough.” This is the mantra Jordan Brewer drilled into my head since the day I met him. He convinced me nothing is out of my reach, not even him.
I love Jordan, and Jordan loves me, but something always gets in the way. I had to fight tooth and nail to convince him we belong together. Now he’s mine, but I’m not sure our love is strong enough to survive.
I’m away at school and Jordan’s playing drums for a local band. We hardly see each other, and when we do, he’s haunted by demons from his past. I’m struggling to fit in and he’s struggling with his ever-growing mountain of guilt. Will we be able to hold on to each other through the tough times, or will it all come tumbling down around us?
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And Forever is the sequel to For Always by Danielle Sibaruim. I wasn't expecting to hear from Stephanie and Jordan again, but I'm glad there was more to their story. They have a lot to work through within this book, and it's not an easy road. Whew! Jordan is intense! That's all I can say because I don't want to risk spoilers. And Forever by Danielle Sibarium was kindly provided to me by the author for review. The opinions are my own.
Things were finally in a good place for Stephanie and Jordan. Then it's time for Stephanie to leave for college. She and Jordan are both feeling the heavy weight of separation. They want to be together all the time. So much seems to take place in those first weeks, spending time together was a luxury. Insecurities begin to surface for both Stephanie and Jordan. Stephanie feels these insecurities and doubts more than Jordan, at least SHE thinks so. Jordan always loved Stephanie and now they had a lot of things to work through. Stephanie is feeling the pressure from all sides. Will they work things out? They've waited so long to be together. Will it be forever? AMAZING! Heart wrenching! This book will climb into your heart and soul. I cried, I smiled, I even laughed some. The plot is complex and delivers on in all areas. The characters could be people in your family or your town. This is a story many can relate to. I was so moved by this book, I never wanted it to end. The tense moments were placed at just the right time to gain maximum effect. You need to read this series. I know I will, again and again. Danielle Sibarium is one of my newest go-to authors. She really gives you something to get lost in. I found no issues. I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because I wanted to be Stephanie. ~Copy of book provided by author in exchange for a fair review~