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Forever and One Day

Updated: Oct 17, 2018

By: Jacquline Simon Gunn

I struggled with this review. It is difficult to write a review for a story which was well written, but you hated the main characters. I kept reading in hopes the main characters would redeem themselves. It came, but at the very end which was too late for me because I couldn’t enjoy this new side of them.

The characters, for me, were acting like they were much younger than they were. They were controlled by emotions and lacked the adult responsibility element. Whatever they felt they acted upon, as would a young twenty something. As difficult as each of the four characters situations were, the book came together in the end. I just wish there was more at the end. A chance to finally enjoy the characters.

This book did a great job of exploring emotions tied with cheating and betrayal. Each character was flawed in their own way, bringing the past to their present. Some people do stay stunted in the emotional growth, but all of them was too much. There were no consequences for these characters actions. Each too self absorbed in their own feelings.

This is a 🌟🌟🌟1/2 star read for me.


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