#SexMeUpReadathon · 2014 Book Reviews

Forever Too Far by Abbi Glines

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‘Rush promised Blaire forever… but promises can be broken. Torn between his family and Blaire, he has to find a way to save one without losing the other. In the end one has to be more important, but letting go isn’t easy.

Blaire believed in her fairy tale… but no one can live in a fantasy. Her love for Rush kept her believing that they could find a way to be together. But Blaire has to make the right choice – for herself and her baby – even if that choice breaks her heart.

Will Blaire and Rush find the forever that they both want or has it all just gone too far?’

Before I start, I must warn you that if you haven’t read the first two books in the story that this review may have some spoilers about those books.

You can read both my reviews for those. They are Fallen Too Far and Never Too Far.

As you probably know by now, I’ve become a bit of a fangirl for these books. I read all three on three consecutive days and died a little when I came to finishing this one, not only from Rush’s swoon worthy behaviour but because it was over.

Abbi Glines is an author who really knows her genre and audience and she has done it again. She sucks you in to her books and makes you feel every emotion her characters feel. I cried tears of anger, sadness and happiness. I fell in love all over again and swooned big time.

Now if you have read the previous book you will of course know that Blaire is pregnant and her and Rush are now engaged also. The pair of them are in a little bubble and Rush’s over protective nature is in full force.

In Forever Too Far we also discover that the big secret in book one, that Nan and Blaire are sisters isn’t true. Nan’s real dad is actually, Rush’s dads band mate. Dean Finlay makes an appearance in this book, turning up and pleading with Rush to come to LA and sort Nan out, she is driving the band insane with her behaviour and causing Kiro, her dad nothing but problems.

Before Rush agrees Dean spreads some time with the couple in Rosemary beach and he absolutely spoils Blaire, feeding her and being genuinely excited about a grand baby.

(Mega swoonage for that man! Seriously Abbbi, make him your next book).

When they arrive in LA, yet again Nan manages to come between Rush and Blaire. With Rush leaving Blaire to constantly face doctors appointments alone. This boy continually lets Blaire down and when she was pregnant too. He is the most frustrating yet loveable character ever. You can’t help but feel sorry for him, he doesn’t want to let Blaire down but he feels responsible for Nan. You also get a glimpse into what his childhood was like around the band and understanding of why he was a manwhore screams at you.

It’s impossible to not adore and admire Blaire, she has such incredible strength and determination. Yet just the most incredible patience with Rush and bitch face Nan. She understands why Rush keeps chasing after her but wishes it was different.

This is without a doubt my favourite book of the series, it’s doesn’t matter how much Rush messed up I adore him more than ever. I simply cannot help myself.

With many sex scenes in each book, it gets hotter and hotter as each book progresses, I suggest an open window whilst you read them. Rush and that tongue bar will haunt my dreams!

This book is the perfect ending to the series that proves love will conquer all! Rush and Blaire are so incredibly sweet and romantic, they will have you swooning and welling up in equal measure.

I’m sad to see the end of one of my most favourite fictional couples.

You can get Forever Too Far on both Kindle and in Paperback.


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