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Forever Ours (Shattered Hearts Book 1) by [Leo, Cassia]
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  • File Size: 5086 KB
  • Print Length: 197 pages
  • Publisher: Gloss Publishing LLC; 1 edition (May 25, 2014)
  • Publication Date: May 25, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KKUGWH0
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BE PREPARED FOR A CLIFFHANGER AND HAVE YOUR VISA READY TO FORK OUT ANOTHER $3.99 FOR PART 2 and $3.99 for each of the 7 in the series. As I read more of the reviews of the following books I'm glad I didn't bother with any more.

I got FOREVER YOURS in a box set so had no idea I was reading part of a series.

The book was good but I read a book or more a day and to have to pay that much for just part 2, (and there are more after that), infuriated me.
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There were things I absolutely loved about this book and things I didn't like. First let me say that I am an avid reader that typically devours good books in less than 2 days time. Two things happened out of my norm with this book. The first is that after only reading 25% I went and purchased the box set (I always wait until I finish book one before buying the next book). The box set was cheaper than buying the books individually. Individually priced the books are too expensive for how quick they read. The second is that once I hit 50% I began to slow my reading down. I would find excuses to stop reading and not because the book was bad. But because I was trying to slow down the inevitable. The sense of foreboding was so strong. I could tell I was reading towards a heartbreak and I wasn't ready.

I love the dual points of view. And as a native of North Carolina, I really enjoyed the setting. I think the foundation of the plot was pretty good and the characters are likable. I think they are worth investing more of my time into. But I also think the book deserved more of an investment from the author.

There were a few things I didn't like. I didn't like the bit of time hopping. It made the story flow less fluidly. (Mild spoilers ahead †*******************) There were important events that I felt got hopped over. The conversation on Claire's 18th birthday telling Jackie about their relationship seems pivotal yet it is missing. I also feel that a conversation was needed after accidentally having sex without a condom. Waiting for sex because of claire wanting to avoid pregnancy makes this oversight very out of character for her. That conversation is glaringly absent when it becomes obvious that the lack of protection becomes not an exception but a norm.
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The Shattered Hearts series (Relentless, Pieces of You and Bring Me Home) is one of my favourite series, I thoroughly enjoyed all three books. But now having read the prequel to this series ‘Forever Ours” I have a whole new appreciation for these books and it has made me want to read them all over again. (By the way, highly recommend that you read this first before the others if you haven’t read them yet.)

In Forever Ours, we are taken right back to the beginning, when young Claire arrives at the home of Jackie and Chris Knight. We witness their first meeting and then over time watch as they grow closer together and more deeply in love. In Forever Ours, we learnt so much more about these two beautiful people, their hopes, their dreams, their pains and their fears. I laughed and cried reading this book, enjoying their highs, and feeling their lows. I thoroughly enjoyed going back to the beginning in Forever Ours and taking this journey with Chris and Claire at the time when they first discovered each other. Beautifully written as always.
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There was no flow to this story. It jumped around and skipped ahead and was kind of a hot mess. Claire lost her mother to a drug overdose when Claire was 7 (6? 7? 6? I am not even sure) and went through a large number of foster homes, jaded, aloof and alone. But all of that disappears when she is sent to live with Jackie and Chris. Seemingly the moment she moves in. She is accepted as part of the family and into Chris's group of friends like she was the missing piece needed to keep them all together. And then all of a sudden, BOOM, she and Chris are in love forever and always. Although we knew it was going to happen, there was no leading up to it. One chapter, she walks into the house looking like she is "looking at a murder scene", and the next, ok maybe two chapters later, they are declaring their deep love for each other. Whiplash, anyone?
And then there's Chris, the most well adjusted kid who was messed up by his father leaving. So much so that he tattooed on his arm the exact time of his father leaving. Because he remembers. But his mom more than makes up for his father's absence, and Chris wants for nothing, having numerous tattoos, buying a motorbike and a phone for Claire. Where did he get this bottomless bankroll of cash?
And heck, he gets to drop out of school to pursue his dream of becoming a rock star. And his mom allowed this? The damaged foster street kid finishes school and goes to college and the boy with everything drops out.
But, of course, he makes it big... On his own? He was ok with changing the name of the band to reflect a solo career, and so were his friends/bandmates?
But the clincher... Claire and Chris are so deeply in love and devoted to each other that they... Break up? Because Claire is letting him go to pursue his dream?
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