Heather Meadows has been given a second chance at happiness. When her first husband passed away, she never thought she'd love again but a fortuitous meeting with a charming author changed the course of her life - in more ways than one. Thanks to the love and support of her sexy new partner, the mother of three became a mother of five and embarked on a promising career as a writer. But despite her newfound joy, her fast-paced life begins to take its toll.
The New Ever After is a tale of friendship, sacrifice, do overs, and making it work.
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About the Author
Julie Farley is a contemporary romance author, teacher, mother, and self-proclaimed chai addict. She has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Notre Dame and a graduate degree in Elementary Education from DePaul University. When she’s not busy writing, you can find Julie chauffeuring her four children around Richmond, Va or teaching preschool to a group of smiling four-year-olds.
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In The New Ever After, the sequel to Tripped Up Love, the story continues with widow Heather Meadows marrying famous author Peter Adamson, and their family grows from three to five children with the birth of twins. The reader follows along as Heather and Peter adjust to married life with kids while trying to balance their writing careers with the daily family struggles that life brings. As Heather works through the challenges, she encounters dramatic events that will test her closest relationships that will make her realize that she has to learn to enjoy every moment and live life to the fullest. The New Ever After is a wonderful sequel that easily draws the reader back into Heather and Peter's life as their second chance at love takes on a new meaning when their whirlwind romance turns into a marriage with an instant family and daily responsibilities. Author Julie Farley infuses humor, drama, and romance into a delightful story that depicts the realities of the day-to-day struggle to balance marriage, family and career. The continuation of their story flowed seamlessly, it was easy to follow and relate to what goes on daily in a marriage/family. There are unexpected twists and turns that keeps the reader in suspense and turning the pages. I enjoyed the depth of emotion, love, and devotion that Heather and Peter have for each other, it's the kind of love that not a lot of people get to experience in their lives. I loved the thoughtful message that the story provides to the readers: life is too short to sweat the small stuff, so go with the flow and enjoy every moment to the fullest. I look forward to reading the next installment in The New Ever After series. The New Ever After is a heartwarming love story about real life with all its trials and tribulations, and how the happily ever after is so worth having in one's life.