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I thoroughly enjoyed Now and Forever and Ms Mann and Ms Lane manage to write seamlessly. There was something hauntingly familiar about this book. Not the story, but the writing. After I’d read the last page and sighed in contentment, I decided the novel’s pacing and masterful craft reminded me of some of the great romance authors.
While I'm not a regular fan of the modern romance novel genre, I found this book to be very well written with compelling characters and a theme that is contemporary and important.
The authors have done a great job of keeping the writing tight and moving the plot along quickly without any distractions. I read the book in about 5 hours which makes this a great summer read. It's fast but not necessarily light.
The characters are caught up in dilemmas and secrets that relate to women's decisions regarding unplanned pregnancy. This theme is explored in the book without ever being explicitly talked about. It is definitely an undercurrent which guides the flow of the plot. Anyway, I thought this point was very well made, if somewhat covert.
The book is entertaining and, like all good art, it will make you think.
The authors did an excellent job, and I'm really looking forward to reading the next one.