Book Synopsis (from Goodreads):
Rush promised her forever… but promises can be broken.
Torn between his love for his family and his love for Blaire, Rush has to find a way to save one without losing the other. In the end one has to be more important. Letting go isn’t easy.
Blaire believed in her fairytale… but no one can live in a fantasy.
Her love for Rush and desire to have a family keep her believing that they can find a way for this to work. Until she has to make the right decision for her and the baby. Even if it breaks her heart.
Can they find the forever that they both want or has it all just gone… too far?
This Review may contain spoilers from the previous books in the Series, it’s recommended that you read first Fallen Too Far and Never Too Far.
As soon as the book was released I bought it and the reason is that I really liked the author’s writing style in Fallen Too Far and Never Too Far. After reading Forever Too Far I re-confirm that she really knows how to manage the characters’s emotions in a way that helps you feel connected to them and also to be quickly immersed in the story.
In this book as we follow Blair and Rush we see them both really struggling to keep things going, there are many things in their way and a lot of drama that just makes things harder for their relationship.
I enjoy reading books with multiples POV and in this one we have Blaire’s and Rush’s, which contribute to have a better perspective of her relationship and the obstacles they face, also a plus for me is that we get some chapters from the POV of other characters (I won’t give any spoilers by saying whom, but this POV’s are truly entertaining).
About some of the Characters:
Blaire: If you have read the previous books you know that she’s been through a lot and in this book there are still more things she has to face, but she keeps been brave and supportive.
Rush: Definitely an Alpha Male, in one side he loves Blaire with intensity, he’s really protective and even sweet (of course I liked this side of him), but there were also moments when I just couldn’t understand some of things he was doing (and it made me have kind of a love-hate relationship with this character).
Nan: She’s mean and spoiled, the author gives us a good “villain” in her (I couldn’t help to hate her).
My favorite character was Grant (I love him since Book 1), he’s a really nice guy who deserves a happy ending and I’m glad that this character will get his own book.
Overall, I recommend this book, it has some unexpected twists and turns and it made me experience different emotions while reading (at one time I was crying, later I was smiling, angry, then crying again), it was definitely an emotional rollercoaster all the time and I truly enjoyed it.