My Way to You Paperback – December 28, 2020
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"Faith and Easton's emotional second chance was the perfect ending to the Love in Everton series." --Lea Coll, Romance Author
"The chemistry between these two are off the charts, and I would say that Fabiola absolutely saved the best for last. Faith + Easton 4ever" --Christy Pastore, Bestselling Romance Author
"Second Chance Romance is by far my favorite trope and Fabiola knocked this one out of the park." --Gwen, Reader
"Full of heart and passion, Fabiola Francisco has woven a beautiful story of love, friendship, and happily ever after." --Andrea Johnston, Small Town Romance Author
"...beautifully written and I kept turning the page to find out what was going to happen next." --Read, Review, Repeat Blog
"My heavens I loved the playful banter, the chemistry, and sexy times!!" --Delish, Devine, and All Mine Blog
"Best relationship of the series - I am truly going to miss the people of Everton.." --The Overflowing Bookcase Blog
"From page one to the last page, you were just sucked in and transported into this journey with the characters." --Amanda, reader
"The perfect ending to this amazing series!!" TBR Book Blog
- ASIN : B08RGYGGCZ
- Publisher : Independently published (December 28, 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 267 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8587727434
- Item Weight : 10.4 ounces
- Dimensions : 5 x 0.67 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,324,373 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- Customer Reviews:
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This second chance romance was the perfect way to end this series. This story was easy to read, with great world building, and amazing and lovable characters. Easton and Faith are first love/ second chance romance ideals. We got a glimpse of their relationship at the beginning of the book and the connection that they had when they were younger is easily brought back as adults. They were always meant to be together, and with them both wanting it, they make it possible. Easton is such an amazing man, who would do absolutely anything for those that he loves. But he has trouble putting himself and his wants first. Faith is the sweetest girl and is afraid of getting her heart broken all over again. I love that these two were so open about their feelings from the get go, putting everything out in the open. The feelings these two felt for each other was so strong that it left me feeling those same emotions.
Stories like this one make you believe that finding your first love at a young age is possible, and to never give up on it.
If you are like me thank you are a complete hopeless romantic and you believe in all the love. This book is that. It’s for all the hopeless romantics out there. Fabiola saved the sweetest one for the last of the Everton Series for a reason, we needed it this way. We watched all the love blossom and Faith stood tried and true as her heart was always someone’s else’s. And with Easton sudden reappearance what is her heart now to do?
I loved this story with so much of my own heart, I loved how the town rallied behind them and her. I loved how they always knew what they always needed but life had other plans until fate intervened.
This book will make you believe.
This is a heartfelt second chance romance, focusing on HS sweethearts who were separated by distance when one had to move away. Though they have each built a life for themselves, the feeling of what if has never really gone away for either of them.
Time hasn't changed their feelings, and it was touching to see them find their way back to one another. Easton and Faith are just too sweet for words. Having already lost so much time, I loved that they put it all out there - no games and no holding back.
Though I'm sad to say goodbye to Everton, I'm very much looking forward to what the author has in store for us next!
Who doesn’t want a second chance at love, particularly when it involves a first love? That’s where Easton finds himself, when he finally has the opportunity to move back to Everton. Having been born and raised there before moving away to big city life when he was a teen, the hardest part for him in those days was parting ways with Faith, a girl who he felt he’d given his heart to. I really enjoyed the premise behind a long-lost love that hasn’t been seen in several years, suddenly reappearing.
For Faith, that’s what it is for her; a long lost love suddenly reappearing out of the blue. It’s obvious that she has had a very hard time forgetting Easton, so much so that it has dictated her love life, or lack thereof. It seems most of her friends in Everton have somebody, and she’s often been the odd man out. Yet with Easton back, it’s hard not to have the old feelings she’d had back when they were teenagers, yet at the same time, she’s cautious. So much time has passed, not to mention that they are both adults now. Are they two entirely different people, and too different, to even consider making a go of things?
As with the rest of the Love in Everton crew and their own stories, we get to see struggles surface between Easton and Faith, particularly when it comes to Faith’s trust in Easton, and Easton’s need to protect his family, at all cost. So much so, it could be a detriment for him and for the life he wants to live in Everton and with Faith. I thought Francisco did a great job of showing those issues, in a way that felt honest and real, careful to show it in a way that makes sense and is fitting for both characters. And, this wouldn’t be a Francisco experience, if there weren't amazingly written steamy scenes sprinkled throughout. If readers have only scratched the surface with one or two books from this series, I highly recommend diving head first into all of them. And if you’ve never read one yet? You really should. All good things must come to an end, and I’ve enjoyed every single one of the Love in Everton books. So long, wonderful Everton!