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Forever With Me: Book Eight in the With Me In Seattle Series (Volume 8) Paperback – November 28, 2014
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Dominic Salvatore is the half-brother of the Montgomery kids but you wouldn’t know that by the way they treat him. He recently found out that Steven is his Dad after searching for him when his Mom died. Steven and Gail along with all the kids accepted him and he has a wonderful relationship with them. Then again that family is one where when you are loved by one you are loved by all. That is something that I think draws people to these books. The love story and the love of family.
“I’ve been slowly falling in love with you for a long time, and I’m afraid I fell the rest of the way in love with you last night, and you’re so much more than my darling. You’re my treasure.”
Dominic has had a thing for Alecia since he laid eyes on her. She has repeatedly turned him down every time he has asked her out. With a little advice from his sisters he changes his tactics. She didn’t have anything against him. She turned everyone down. Coming from the parents she had. I am not surprised she has relationship issues.
“Romance isn’t about proving to someone you love them with flowers and greeting cards and chocolate. Or even a lock on a fence. It’s a daily reminder. It’s saying, I choose you. Today and every day.”
When Alecia stays at his vineyard to oversee set up of Will and Meg’s wedding, Dominic has the perfect chance to show her how interested he really is. She is all business but he manages to get her to let her hair down.
“I’m not the jealous type, but what’s mine is mine. Alecia. And you’re mine. What I have with you, I don’t want with anyone else. You’re all I f****** think about.Read more ›
Epic endings are hard to come by but Kristen Proby was able to capture eight books worth of incredible into one hell of a goodbye. It’s fitting that she ends this journey with a wine connoisseur and his party planning treasure. Just as fine wine ages to perfection so do Kristen’s words. Sinfully delicious, this top shelf romance is a treat for the Seattle lovers word palette.
It has been two years since I started this love affair with my Seattle families. The sugary sweet love I found within these pages may not be real but to me it was home. The journey has been anything but easy. These characters fought, played, rocked, found safety, and caught breathe all to find their forever. Saying goodbye wasn’t easy. The growth throughout all eight books was exciting as well as entertaining. Laughing at inside family jokes and shedding tears celebrating engagements, weddings, and babies made this family saga something to talk about.
Hints of Dominic and Alecia’s game of cat and mouse were alluded to in prior books. Really, who was sure about the “damn sexy Italian” anyway? Alecia has been a staple of the Seattle gang since the beginning and although a secondary character for most of the series I still fell in love with her. Insert Dominic, all hot and very, VERY alpha male Dominic. The family shake up was all but easy, but soon Dominic took his rightful spot with the Montgomery clan. Head strong Alecia may want to fight but remember that was book two. So what’s a girl to do but fall… forever.
From the “Dear Reader” letter to the epilogue, Forever With Me, was more than a book it was an experience. I love this series.Read more ›
The requisite Proby girls-are-drunk scene was included, but just tedious this time. Jules--Book 2--has been turned into a caricature. And the plot resolution depends on a giggly, junior high stunt.
SPOILER: The really EWW-factor, however, was the Hero fail. Madly in love, Dominic for no believable reason accuses Alecia of cheating on him. Pretty unforgivable. Then he does the one thing he promised her he would never do: leaves her with no explanation. Definitely unforgivable. So what does it take to get back in her bed? All he has to do is say "I'm sorry." No groveling, no grand gesture, nothing more than a few words and the supposedly strong heroine is all gooey again. Please. My Kindle note was "no, no, no, no, no"!
Adding to the feeling that Proby was just tossing this one over the fence to get the series over was that the only justification for what Dominic did was not even hinted about until the very end of the book. No foreshadowing, no introspection from a POV character. Could have been/should have been fixed with a simple edit of two. But then repetitious words and phrases throughout the book would indicate this book had precious little editing.
The epilogue is a 10-years-down-the-road snapshot of the Montgomery's. Again, could have been a great series ending, but the writing is stilted and childish and "cute.Read more ›
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I love Kristen Proby's books! They are always a breath of fresh airPublished 1 month ago by Tessa T.
A story of how important it is to love you children and then let them make their own decision. And when there are problems, always get an explanation for what you thought you saw.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
This series was amazing. I'm now a huge Kristen Proby fan. I've now read two series of hers and am moving on to some one-offs. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lauren
Have a serious love hate relationship with this book.....loved this installment in this series, just as I have all the others. It was a great story and very well written. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nikole1030