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Publisher's Summary

If Forever Comes, the final chapter in the New York Times best-selling The Regret series. Christian Davison's life is complete. With a ring on Elizabeth's finger and his daughter at his side, he's ready to run headlong into their future. Elizabeth Ayers never believed she would again find this kind of joy - the joy of a family and the wholeness found in the touch of the man she's always loved. Their love is intense and their passion only grows as they set out to rediscover each other. But life is never easy. Rocked by the unforeseen, Christian and Elizabeth will find themselves fighting for the one thing they hold most important - family.
©2013 A.L. Jackson (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
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By cristina.solis996 on 11-20-15

Love

If you read the past two book read this one! If you find yourself angry during this don't worry I was too! But don't worry it gets good and it's really worth it.:)

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By Sandy on 11-22-17

Very Deep, Emotional and a bit too drawn out...

I love A.L. Jackson’s books. Some of them go so deep into emotional description which a lot of times is just way to much.
This book is one of them.
I wish the descriptions of their feelings for each other, the way she sleeps, the way she breathes, the sun rising, the waves, etc. weren’t so long and descriptive.
There was a lot of eye rolling.
Elizabeth and Christian struggle again as they get back together for the 2nd and 3rd time.
The way it was written is a very back and forth with time and I don’t mind that, but this was annoying. You don’t find out why they break up in this book until half way through.
When you do find out, what follows is hard to listen too.
Just not my favorite A. L. Jackson Book.
I would have been happy at stopping at Book Two in this series.

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