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Forever & Ever

The third and final book in the Forever series concludes the rollercoaster of events our main characters Tate and Axel have been on. We’ve seen their highs and lows, but this book gives us a closer view at what healing looks like individually. As important as it is having someone to lean on when things get difficult, it’s just as important to find strength and peace on your own.

As we pick up in the moments after the thrilling cliffhanger in the second book, we find our main characters broken beyond what they have ever experienced. While physically they are fine, mentally they have a lot of baggage to sort through. Seeing how they handle their mental health while on the road to recovery is heartbreaking and relatable and makes me fall in love with these characters even more.

Lemm outdid herself with this book and carries herself as an author with years of experience. She has such a mature style of writing and it shows; from the character development to wrapping up the story with such a nice bow at the end, I had no choice but to read this whole book in one sitting.

While I myself am still recovering from finishing yet another incredible series, I can’t help but feel bittersweet. I love this series and these characters and I am so sad to see all of it come to a close, but at the same time I am so happy I could be on this journey and thrilled at the way it all came together.

I can’t wait to see what projects are in Lemm’s future and hope I can continue to be a part of them. If haven’t already, get started with the Forever series with book 1: Forever Burn.

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