- File Size: 1556 KB
- Print Length: 206 pages
- Publisher: Swerve (February 7, 2017)
- Publication Date: February 7, 2017
- Sold by: Macmillan
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N66P1GM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #528,682 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Feeling of Forever (Love Unplugged) Kindle Edition
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I've wanted to read this book since I first saw a review on one of the blogs I follow. I mean, a celebrity romance and the hero is paralyzed (yay diversity!)? Sign me up! I know that sounds silly, but I was just so intrigued!! And this book totally lived up to the expectations I had for it...actually it surpassed those expectations.
I actually read it this month specifically for one of my diversity challenges, and it fit that bill perfectly. We got to see some of the struggles that Felix faces (physically, with society, and most of all mentally) as he continues to learn to deal with being a paraplegic, but we also just got to have a fantastic hero who just happened to be in a wheelchair. Kind of the epitome of a great diverse read, where the diversity does come into play, but it's not all that the character/story is about.
And Felix was just a fantastic hero. Definitely flawed, and my heart broke for the Felix we first meet, but then soared as we watch him get back to himself, and really grow into a better, stronger man. And really learn all that he has to offer, and that it's not wrapped up in whether he can physically protect Juliet.
Juliet was just EVERYTHING. Like I said, TOTAL GIRL CRUSH. You get a hint in the blurb that she's not a typical celebrity, but she just isn't a typical ANYTHING! I fell in love with her right from the photoshoot. She was just so down to earth and straightforward, which don't sound like sexy qualities, but when you watch her just go after what she wants, and not accept less than she deserves, it's just...GAH! LOVE IT! And she's delightful! So fun and knows how to embrace happiness and sunshine and light! Obviously not all the time, she does have her own struggles, what with the stalker and all, but...I don't know. I just wanted to be her friend. I wanted to know her in real life.
And the two of them together were just magic. I loved that when they had some struggles, they weren't typical, and they didn't end the way I expected. I love it when couples embrace their love and fight for each other.
There was a pretty big element of suspense/mystery to this book that I guess I kind of wasn't expecting. Not a bad thing, though I did figure out who the stalker was pretty early on, so it was frustrating to have Juliet and Felix not see it. But that's the thing about books, it's so easy to see things when you're on the outside looking in.
The other major coup for this book was the secondary characters. I am in love with Gavin...I just saw that his book is next, and I cannot wait. Actually, I can't wait for all the band member books, and I really want to go back and read Ian and Bianca's book RIGHT NOW, even though I have other reading priorities. We'll see if I last. The band members were total stars, and I loved the friendship they had with each other. I loved how they were with Felix too...supportive and pushing at the same time. And while we didn't see much of Juliet's sister Elle, I really loved the relationship Juliet had with her, and well her whole family.
So yeah. Totally loved this book. The only reason it's not full 5 is because I grew frustrated with the stalker angle. But everything else was so amazing, I almost don't even care. I seriously, 100% happy sighed when I finished this book. If that doesn't tell you something, well...
Juliet and Felix’s relationship was adorable from the moment they met. I don’t think Jamie Howard could have come up with a better meet cute situation for a couple of celebrities. I adored everything about Juliet and Felix’s relationship from that very first moment they saw each other. Their thoughts about each other made me smile so much. As the story went on and their relationship strengthened, I fell in love with them even more. They were perfect for each other.
Juliet is one of my favorite female characters ever. She was such a good person. Her movie star status didn’t turn her into an entitled brat. Instead, she used her stardom for good. I loved the relationship she had with her family and how it made her see the world. I loved how it made her see Felix differently than other celebrity women might have. Even in her worst moments, Juliet put others first.
Felix could have been a frustrating character to read about, but Jamie Howard ensured that he wasn’t. His new path in life was tough and he hadn’t given up, but he wasn’t quite living to his full potential. Meeting Juliet changed his life in a good way. She gave him that little push he needed to get out of his own head.
All of the supporting characters in The Feeling of Forever were fun, too. I hadn’t read the first book in the series, but it didn’t really matter. The Feeling of Forever didn’t give away much from it. I was also still able to make connections with the characters that originated in that book. It was like reading a standalone novel, but it made me excited to go back and read All the Ways You Saved Me and any upcoming books in this series. I’m hoping there will be several more!
The only complaint I can see anyone making about this book was that it was a little predictable. That didn’t bother me. I had so much fun waiting for the story to unravel and reveal what I thought the outcome would be. There were still little surprises in store along the way.
New adult fans need to get their hands on this book when it comes out! I can’t rave enough about how much I enjoyed The Feeling of Forever. Jamie Howard has a new fan.
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