Title: Eternally & Evermore
Author: Marc Nobbs
Rating: Three And A Half Siren Stones
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Sub-Genre: Erotic Romance
Keywords: Domestic Violence
Page Count: 265
ISBN E-Book: 978-1-60659-928-0
Publisher: Phaze Books
Reviewer: Stacey Krug
Tagline: Real Love Lasts Forever
Love doesn't make the flowers smell sweeter, Love wakes you up to the world around you. Love won't make you flawless, but Love will take away the fear that holds you back. Love isn't the destination, Love is journey you take with the one person who cares about you most. Twenty years after promising to love each other "Eternally and Evermore", teenage sweethearts, Amy and Will, are reunited to discover their love burns as strongly as it ever did. But while Will is a successful lawyer, Amy has walked a tougher path. What secrets does she harbor? What ghosts litter her past? And what horrors will they have to endure before they can finally be together "Eternally and Evermore.”
First, you as a reader have to be comfortable with all the British euphemisms and slang. Second, you have to be able to look past the editing which is distracting.
After a slow start, to set the book up, the twists and turns in the plot keep the pages turning. Amy, the heroine, goes from a cute teenager to a very complex adult. William, the hero, takes turns in his life that weren’t all for the best. When they meet up again the sparks fly between them. The characters are likable and the love scenes are sweet.
This story is one of love, love lost, and then love found again. The circumstances surrounding the story line push the plot forward. Eternally and Evermore is a good story. However, I think too much was left unfinished at the end between Amy and William. The other plot items that were important throughout the story were wrapped up very quickly.
This is a great story for anyone who likes to think back on characters and create their own ending in their head.