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Holding Onto Forever (The Beaumont Series: Next Generation Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- Book 1 of 4 in The Beaumont Series: Next Generation
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"Holding Onto Forever is emotional, riveting, and completely captivating. Noah Westbury will steal your heart and never give it back." NYT Bestselling Author, S Moose
"A rollercoaster of emotions. McLaughlin takes you on a journey of two hearts that are destined to be together." NYT Bestselling Author, Kaylee Ryan
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THE BEAUMONT SERIES: NEXT GENERATION
- Publication date : October 12, 2017
- File size : 2206 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 290 pages
- ASIN : B075LWK4ZT
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #22,957 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Top reviews from the United States
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I honestly didn't want nor did I need more from the families of 4225 West. But damn if I didn't get hooked after reading Forever Our Boys, the lead-in novella to what transpires here. With Peyton facing the the very worst kind of trauma and everyone in her extended family rallying around to help pull her through, it's her unrequited love for Noah and his for her that is the true reason she finds a way back to all of them. These two have been dancing around each other for years and the back and forth both in the present and glimpses into their past was enough to make my head spin at times. But I understood the hesitation especially since Noah had a clingy model girlfriend in Dessie, her claws deep into the star quarterback.
History has a way of repeating itself and the author is very clever with a dilemma Noah has to face, something eerily similar to what happened between his own parents many years ago. I didn't blame Noah, though, even though other reviewers would have thought he should have been more aware and smarter than not to repeat what his father went through. But we come to find out he never truly knew the whole story and a very touching scene at the top of the beloved water tower with both Liam and Nick gave him the info he needed to finally set things straight.
I loved having the entire Beaumont crew together again and my heart was as full as Noah and Peyton's as the last few chapters were read. I'm happy the author has continued this series despite her early proclamations that she'd never write the 'kids' stories or ever pair them up. I look forward to more with twin sister Elle getting her due next.
I've enjoyed this series for the past 5 years and I look forward to another 5. At least.
5 solid stars!
I was hit full force with the latest book of the Beaumont Series, Holding Onto Forever. I love that Noah and Peyton finally get their story told. As the children of 4225 West, I’ve grown to care about these characters and they hold a special place in my heart.
I was on the verge of tears for most of the book - I can only describe it was the face-numbing fear and just heartache. I honestly wasn’t sure if I was going to make it through with my heart intact because I was feeling all of the feelings. Why must Heidi make me cry like this? I really wanted someone to hold my hand and comfort me telling me it was going to get better and it was all going to work out. AND I am NOT being overly dramatic. BUT this is why I love this series.
I have some much love for this book. There are many highs and lows and so much love that it’s overflowing. We get to see vulnerable characters - Liam and Harrison in dad mode. We get to be in on the joke of the long names of Powell-James family. We get to experience the friendship and love between Noah and Peyton which we knew existed all along. And then there is Mason. Oh Mason.
With every book of the Beaumont series, my emotions get all tangled up and I become invested in these stories. It’s a testament to Heidi’s craft and what she’s created with this series. I can’t wait to read more books of Beaumont - The Next Generation.
I loved it!!
"If it's your father... if it's Mason, you tell him you love him, but you're not ready. I'm not ready, baby girl. I haven't had enough time to be your dad yet. "
"Not make a decision at the water tower is my suggestion," LOVE Nick hahahaha.
"So here's the deal. I'm going to chase you, woo you, romance you, and beat your a$$ at Madden because you know I can. And when I'm done, I want you to look me in the eyes and tell me you don't feel the same way. I'm in love with you, Peyton. It's crazy, ridiculous and unconventional, and it may have taken an accident for me to see the light, but I'm not fighting it."
"Will you marry me? Maybe add Westbury to your already long last name?" HA!!!
Top reviews from other countries
The first half of the book goes straight to the heartbreak and the aftermath that follows but it was very heart warming to see the whole Beaumont clan come together as one big family to support each other. The author captured this beautifully, it was very poignant, very sad and really brought a lump to my throat. The second half of the book focusses on Noah an Peyton re-building their relationship and for Noah to realise and act upon his feelings for Peyton.
Whilst I loved the first half of the book I felt the second half was wrapped up a little too quickly and I just didn't feel the connection between Noah & Peyton. What was missing for me was that there wasn't enough of a back story of their past and how they got to the present. All we got was a brief synopsis of how things were and whilst that would work for some stories I didn't think it worked here. It also lacked in the love scene department, which for me may have made up for the lack of connection to the main characters that was needed. Don't get me wrong, I don't think that good love scene is necessary to make a good storyline and there are some books that go way over the top in this area when it's not needed but in my view this story needed a little more loving between the main characters. I also thought that Noah was a bit dim at times when he couldn't see what was right in front of him and act on it and that made for good reading! I also wanted a little more angst particularly where Dessie was concerned, she got away too lightly in my opinion but I don't think that's Heidi McLaughlin's style!
This was still a fabulous read and I look forward to other books in this series. If you're a fan of Heidi McLaughlin and enjoyed The Beaumont series you will certainly love this book.
I've loved this series from the very beginning and I was undeniably happy when Heidi posted about this spinoff series. I can't wait to read the other books, I really hope Elle's book is next. Please don't say I'm the only one thinking Quinn will be her love interest???
Cheating? No but Noah is with OW for most of the book but no intimate scenes with the girlfriend from Hell.
This story was like a rollercoaster ride, my emotions were all over the place. I was willing them on but with outside forces conspiring against them maybe fate has other plans for them.
It was fun catching up with all the families.