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Thursday, October 20, 2016

Review: The Problem With Forever - Jennifer L. Armentrout



The Problem with Forever

Review: The Problem With Forever - Jennifer L. Armentrout - May 2016

Lately, a lot of the YA/ NA angst-filled books have been quite thick reads, and if you are often confronted with a thick book, it can be quite daunting to read. I had also been nervous to read this book as had heard quite a bit about it.  OMG this book was definitely an angst-filled novel and it will also leave you feeling emotionally drained as after I finished this book on my lunch break I literally had to sit there for at least five minutes letting it soak in as all I could say was WOW, and I honestly felt like I wanted to burst into tears once I had finished as the story packed a punch. Not many books do that to me. In this book it starts with a horrible foster home situation with Mouse and Rider, then the book jumps into the future and to the current time. We learn that Mallory aka Mouse has been adopted by two doctors who met her after the tragedy which separated Mallory and Rider and has been homeschooled for the past years. She is now ready to try something different and attend school. At the school, Mallory spots Rider and remember the pair have been separated. Their connection is amazingly strong, and it's almost like no-one else exists, however, their a few people who don't think it's a good idea for them to be spending so much time together. The thing is though that this book shows readers, that sometimes you just know that you are meant to be with a person for Forever and that soulmates do really exist, but of course the Problem with Forever is that life chucks us curveballs and obstacles and sometimes forever can only end up being a "just for now' situation.
Not to give the rest of the story away, I will leave with the fact that this is one book that will tug at your heartstrings and I recommend giving yourself a breather or reading a funny book after finishing The Problem With Forever as this book will take a bit out of you as you turn that final page.



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