Author: Jay McLean
Series: More Than Series #4
Publisher by: Independent
Published on: July 12, 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance, New Adult Romance, Romance
Page Count: 399
Related Books In Series: More Than Him
There is a love so fierce it cannot be measured.
A heart so strong it will never slow.
There is a promise so sure it can never lie.
He promised me that love forever.
Even when it wasn't enough.
Forever. Everlasting. Eternal.
There is no measure of time.
No sounds of the ticking of a clock.
Just the rising and falling of the sun.
And our own sense of forever.
But our forever isn't always.
As a published author myself I don’t get to read much anymore and this is the first review I have written in a month. I miss reading and reviewing sometimes. I am so glad that this is one I took the time for though.
First let me say Jay knocked this out of the ballpark…yes I am using a baseball metaphor read the book you will understand
I keep walking by my husband and saying “penis” then giggling read the book and you will understand.
Cameron and Lucy meet at 15 and we follow them through the next six years of their lives together. I wish I could tell you its all sunshine and rainbows but the thing is its a moving love story. you will cry, laugh, cry, laugh, cry some more then laugh some more.
I think my favorite part is the play on reading smut books. Lucy is always got her e reader. Great job poking fun at yourself Jay!!!!!
Please be aware this is book 4 in a series and you should read the others before reading this one but each one is worth reading…go buy them all today if you haven’t already.
Her friend’s standing over us while I rest her head on my lap. “Lucy,” I say. And it’s the first time I’ve said her name out loud. It’d been over three weeks since I’d learned it.
“What happened?” Logan asks her friend.
“I don’t know.” She’s as panicked as I am, if not worse.
“Is she dehydrated?” Logan picks up what looks like an uneaten sandwich. “Is this hers? Has she eaten?” I don’t know why it annoys me that Logan is asking all the right questions and all I can do is stare down at her. She’s breathing, so I guess that’s something.
He drops down on his knees on the other side of her and pours water from his bottle into his hand, and then he runs it across her forehead and into her hairline.
“Is she alright, mate?” Jake asks. He’s new and has a weird accent but Logan seems to think he’s cool so we keep him around.
Logan does the water thing again, and this time her eyes slowly flutter open.
And I release the breath I was holding.
“It’s okay,” Logan says to her, “you just passed out.”
He’s in her face now, and I want to punch him for being the first thing she sees when she comes to. I was here first; I was the one watching her when she fell. It should have been me.