Friday, July 5, 2013

REVIEW: FOREVER TOO FAR BY ABBI GLINES

Rush promised her forever... but promises can be broken.

Torn between his love for his family and his love for Blaire, Rush has to find a way to save one without losing the other. In the end one has to be more important. Letting go isn’t easy.

Blaire believed in her fairytale... but no one can live in a fantasy.

Her love for Rush and desire to have a family keep her believing that they can find a way for this to work. Until she has to make the right decision for her and the baby. Even if it breaks her heart.

Can they find the forever that they both want or has it all just gone... too far?



304 pages
Published June 9th 2013 by Abbi Glines


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I thought this novel read very quickly; it had lots of dialogue and very few angsty moments. I found it to be a satisfying ending to the Rush and Blaire story. 

Me too! While it wasn't quite the thrill ride that Fallen Too Far was, the part of me that always wants more, more, more of our favorite stories was glad to see their story all of the way through her pregnancy. We had a hint of what was to come (Okay, not that much of a hint!) during Twisted Perfection and you guessed it...wanted more. 

That being said, Rush does manage to tick me off when he's not being amazingly sweet and protective of Blaire and the baby. He once again puts Nan before Blaire. Gah. I think even Rush is sick of himself having to apologize for making THAT wrong choice every time because I know I was. 


Girl! He was starting to annoy me with all of that protective BS. I was like "back off dude...just because she is breathing doesn't mean she is uncomfortable, hungry, thirsty, or being wronged somehow by the picture on the wall." He figured it out a little bit finally, but we have a little bit more Rush stupidity + doing what is best, without actually talking to Blaire about it so she doesn't get upset before the day is done.

This novel also allowed us to see a relationship between Blaire and her dad grow and flourish. The birth of the baby and the wedding of Blaire and Rush gave the extended family and friends more room to grow in this novel and we were able to see interactions between them all that weren't always so angry or upsetting. Although Harlow and Grant gave us a taste of what's to come between them and I foresee D-R-A-M-A! And not to be left out (haha!) Woods, Della, and that bitch Angelica also give us a sneak peek at the crazy that will likely ensue when their story continues. Ahh, Abbi Glines...you've got my number. I'm a fool for a good series. 


I was so excited to see the reappearance of badass gun-wielding Blaire, even for a minute. That was ah-freaking-mazing..and she definitely gets the point across even if she doesn't actually intend to shoot anybody. Nan...there are no words for how insane that girl is. She needs help, and they let her out of rehab too damn early. She wants someone to love her, but without putting forth any effort whatsoever on her part to make that happen..she just expects it. Poor Grant is going to have his work cut out for him to scrape her off....but we can't wait! 

Overall, I was happy to see Rush and Blaire settled. I loved that the wedding and birth of their child wasn't just glossed over and we got to be a part of those special moments. I hope we'll continue to get little tastes of them as the Perfection series continues. OOhh! I can't wait for more Woods and Della and from the looks of things, we got some hints as to what is going on with them....for sort of an overlap of timelines...so thanks Abbi for giving us a small taste to hold us over until the next book comes out! 


Shelley: 4 Stars
Courtney: 4 Stars




2 comments:

  1. "I was like "back off dude...just because she is breathing doesn't mean she is uncomfortable, hungry, thirsty, or being wronged somehow by the picture on the wall." <---- Annoying, right?! So glad you two enjoyed this!

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  2. I know, right??!! Give her a little space. Sheesh.

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