You’ve changed, she said.
Really changed. Why? What happened?
First came forever is a story of Erica and Sasha who falls in love. As the time proceeds, what will happen next? Is this love forever? or is it lust?
It’s a complete movie style story. It’s the book that made me cry. Firstly, I am obsessed with the cover and the title of the book. It’s attractive. The plot of the story is super amazing. It’s a page-turner story with lots of twists. The narration of the story was intriguing. Loved how the author described each and every detail. The pace of the story is a little slow, but it’s worth a read. the flow of the story is crisp.
The characters that the author made were strong. each of them had their own importance. I loved how the story proceeded. The author used various themes like Love, friendship, hate, relationship, Drama, Romance. It’s a fascinating story and the end is surprising.
The writing style of the author is engaging. One can easily connect with the story. The dialogues between the characters were fun and interesting.
Interesting plot, smooth narration, strong characters, simple language makes it an interesting read.
If you like reading Romance, DO NOT skip this book
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*** I received the copy of the book from the author in exchange for honest and unbiased review***
Backpacking with her high school friends, Erica Lindell’s life takes a thrilling new turn. Meeting the fascinating Sasha Ailes, she can’t help but fall completely and irrevocably in love with him. When he feels the same way about her, Erica finds herself drawn into a fairytale love story that will set her life on a new direction. But Sasha has kept his true identity a secret. Finding out who he really is, Erica must overcome the betrayal and make the hardest choice of her life. Can she give up her own dreams to live in his world, or leave and lose him forever?
First Came Forever is an enchanting, heart-wrenching story about finding true love and the devastating consequences it can lead to. What price is too high to pay, even for love?