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Beautiful and sassy, Liv Preston constantly has guys falling at her feet. Guys break you though, they use you and spit you out, leaving you a broken mess on the floor. No, Liv is much too smart to let that happen, instead choosing to go down the route of the ultimate female player.Handsome and arrogant, Noah Travers is the ultimate catch. The star quarterback with a GreekBeautiful and sassy, Liv Preston constantly has guys falling at her feet. Guys break you though, they use you and spit you out, leaving you a broken mess on the floor. No, Liv is much too smart to let that happen, instead choosing to go down the route of the ultimate female player.Handsome and arrogant, Noah Travers is the ultimate catch. The star quarterback with a Greek God physique, he's too young and there are way too many girls out there for him to commit to one relationship.When Liv moves from Atlanta to the tiny town of Franklin to live with her Dad, she has no idea that her life is about to change. The second Noah claps eyes on his new step-sister, its love at first sight. Now all the reformed former player has to do is convince his beautiful, yet broken new step-sister that he's the guy for her. All Liv has to do, is trust her hot as hell new step-brother not to break her.Can their relationship survive secrets that have been hidden for years though? Can it survive the enemies that seem to lurk around every corner?Families will be tested, secrets revealed. Will it all be worth it for Forever Love?...

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forever love Reviews

  • Lillian ᴥ Cloud 9 Books
    2019-12-12 20:51

    ***** 3.5 Stars *****I really liked the plot and storyline, but I had a difficult time connecting with the characters.

  • Lakshmi C
    2019-11-15 21:14

    4 KitkatsThis was a sweet, romantic story between two strong people. It sounds familiar but the execution sets it apart from other books in the genre. The writing flowed, you could picture the small town, Liv's old and new home and the phlox field. This author's writing clicks with me, you can curl up with her books for a long time, they are relaxing, sweet and heartfelt. The series has lots of cute moments and portrays young love in a realistic manner.LivLiv was a strong, young woman who has been through hell. She was a realistic who was not looking for fairy tales or happy endings. She could take care of herself and hid her compassionate nature.NoahNoah was smart, funny and protective. He was patient and suppotive, never questioning Liv. He is not discouraged by Liv's fears and goes out of his way to make her believe she's special."I'm not giving up Liv. You're not the only one that’s feeling unfamiliar feelings and they scare me too. I won't give up because there's a little voice inside my head that’s saying if we take a chance on this, it could be the best thing that’s ever happened to both of us."Relationships and IssuesThe story focused on Noah and Liv's cute, tentative romance. But you also see some new bonds - Liv rebuilds her relationship with her father and his new wife, Pam. Pam was a great character - maternal, fun and caring.Liv had a strained relationship with her mother which was a significant subplot. The author handled a sensitive issue with care, with no excessive angst or drama. These moments make you respect Liv's growth and determination. BradyI already read the second book in the series and love Brady. He means well and comes up with the most outrageous plans. He's adorable, romantic and he's going to make you laugh. "I love everything about you, I love your eyes which are the color love the color of your hair, it reminds me of Batman."Maybe one of those acting scouts will see your video and give you a role in some Shakespeare play, you sure do make a lovely Juliet." Liv chides. "Too right I would blondie, I'd make the best damn Juliet the world has ever seen." Brady holds his head up high. "Wait. Whose Juliet?"This series is consistent, romantic & entertaining, I'm waiting for the next book.I received a free ebook in exchange for an honest review.

  • J. Kahele
    2019-12-02 20:14

    From the beginning of the story I hated Liv’s mother. What mother tells their daughter that she is a mistake? I was really happy when Liv decided to go live with her father, I felt it was a good way for her to get the family, she deserved. But Liv is nervous about the move, having two step brothers waiting for her along with a step-mother and her father. But her nervousness soon deceases as she is welcomed with open arms from her step-mom and step-brothers. Her father convinces Noah, the oldest of the step-brother to show her around school, she is hesitant at first, realizing he is one of the popular boys, but that wavers when she finds herself liking him more than she should.Very cute story. The author did a good job of creating a world of characters that you could relate to, that were real.

  • Carlene Inspired
    2019-12-07 20:06

    ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.Forever Love takes readers back to high school, to a time that should be easy, filled with romantic flings and parties with friends. Liv's life is anything but easy though and my heart broke for her repeatedly. Like most kids, her parents are a bit disconnected from the reality of what high school life is like, but her mom is the worst and I wanted to strangle her, several times. She's also a tad spoiled, okay more like a lot spoiled, but I overlooked it based on how her parents are so frivolous with money. Then there's Noah, stepbrother turned boyfriend, the only man she's ever trusted enough to not break her heart. I really appreciated that both characters were previously known for being the love 'em and leave 'em types, both totally uninterested in relationships until they meet the other. While their connection is instant, I like that Jade Whitfield drew out their romance, breaking down their boundaries so that the relationship seemed realistic rather than like insta-love. They're a couple that grows, both as individuals, but also together and I feel like their development through out the novel is perfect for their age group. The plot of Forever Love is incredible, it's multi-layered and a lot heavier than one might expect from the New Adult genre. From family issues and high school drama to a sensitive issue that Jade Whitfield managed to tackle with a lot of grace. On top of that is the slightly taboo subject of step-siblings and I think how it's done is marvelous. I never felt uncomfortable with the character's relationship and I really like how their friends, the town, and their parents came to understand them. There were some minor grammatical issues, but I overlooked them and really enjoyed Forever Love. If you're a New Adult fan, or just looking for a heartfelt book, this is the series to start.

  • Melinda
    2019-11-15 20:15

    I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. What I loved: 1) The plot was very interesting. 2) Noah and Liv. They're well-developed, adorable, and I love them so much. What I didn't love: 1) Grammar issues. Throughout the book there were a lot of grammatical errors ranging from run-on sentences, misspelled words, underlines where there shouldn't be, and commas in the wrong places. I'm a grammar freak and all of these particular issues sadly detracted me from the overall story. 2) Too much swearing for my taste. Liv or Noah swearing occasionally is fine to me but every couple of sentences with a swear word is just a bit too much. Overall, Forever Love is adorable story with a few significant issues. It was certainly by no means horrible but I didn't love it either. It was just okay to me. However, I do plan to be on the lookout for future books by Jade Whitfield though. [image error]

  • Bernie Reid
    2019-11-17 00:20

    I read this cos it came up on the bar under the book I was looking at so I thought ok. 1/4 into it it started to sound familiar and got worse. This is very like a book by another writer that I read 3 wks ago and I think it's got parts of other books too but I can't pinpoint which ones cos I read that much on holiday and need to go back through them. In a category like this there's always going to be similarities yea but this similar no. I haven't got a lot of time to read because of work so when a book is another book you've read recently it sends alarm bells ringingI could give the name of the book copied but I dont want to involve another author in this, it's up to her publisher and other authors publishers to go through the necessary channels to resolve the matter As the first book from an author I cringed thinking what next and maybe it was a mistake until I saw the next book is principessa, which is the name of a book by the same author this book was taken from, that I do remember cos I read it last week. I own a public affairs company so I know legalities well and I also know there are allowances for similarities but not this similar.I've returned it to Amazon for a refund and notified them of why. I won't pay someone for another persons work. Even my 18 year old daughter who also bought it said the same and she reads that much that it's a wonder she remembers plots of books so it's definitely an issue

  • Wondra Vanian
    2019-11-22 00:12

    This is another one of those books that seriously needed a few rounds with an editor before publication but, that being said, I enjoyed it quite a lot. It's the type of book I wished I had as a teen: real. The kids talk like real kids talk. They have sex - and enjoy it. They're strong, and gritty, and speak their minds. This story is original because of its taboo subject. I was surprised to read a book with a theme that most adult books won't tackle. Don't let the lack of technical skill put you off this one; it's worth a read.

  • Susan
    2019-12-01 00:04

    Olivia parents are divorced and she lives with her mother a woman who refers to her as a mistake - an unwanted mistake. Her mother is in Olivia's words a "Bitch" who has led her father to believe that Olivia (Liv) is the problem so she is going to live with her father and his new family. Liv has mixed feelings about the move, she is happy to get away from her mother but not sure about living with her dad and his new family - they have two sons one is Liv's age. She tries to go open minded about the whole new life in a new town but she doesn't see how she will survive in such a small town. When she meets her step-mom and step brothers she is a bit surprised that they are so welcoming of her. Her dad has arranged for his oldest step-son (Noah) to help Liv get settled into her new school. At first Liv doesn't like nor want his help she sees him as a "Jock" who is too popular and too into himself to be someone she would want to hang out with. But as time goes by the attraction between the two comes to a head and they become involved which opens up all kinds of problems for not the two of them but her relationship with her new family as well. This book was a well written story that had well developed characters it does not end in a cliff hanger.

  • Renee at Book Happiness
    2019-11-15 23:13

    I received this for an honest review... I have to say WOW!! I just totally fell head over heels in love with Liz and Noah.. This book was sweet and romantic I just loved Noah from the very first until the end... Even though he starts off as a bad boy his love and devotion are a thing of beauty!!!This is my first book by Jade and definitely will not be my last!!!

  • elaine m. suda
    2019-11-18 19:51

    Loving Soulmates I enjoyed reading this story about Liv and Noah. Other than the continual use of the "F" word, I thought the story of Noah's unconditional love for Liv was heartwarming. I look forward to reading more of your work.

  • Marieke (Marieke's Books & Books and Tequila)
    2019-11-30 18:53

    “Girls like me don’t get the happy endings with the nice guy, and I’m ok with that.”Liv is a pretty 17-year-old girl who does whatever she wants; boys, parties, everything. She lives with just her mother, who isn’t a good mom at all. Liv hasn’t seen her father a few years; after the divorce, he moved away and has remarried a widow with children. Since the situation between Liv and her mother is getting worse and worse her parents have decided it’s for the better Liv will live with her dad during her last year in high school. Moving in with her dad also means Liv is going to meet his new wife and her sons. And although she tries to fight it, in cocky Noah she meets her match.“Like what you see?” He’s got that same cocky smirk on his face, the one that usually makes me want to slap him. This one, however, makes me want to pull that towel and see what’s underneath."17-year-old Noah is the man at school; being the handsome star quarterback of the football team he’s popular with the girls, something he doesn’t mind at all. He’s used to all the attention (and action), but lately he feels a bit bored, it’s all too easy. Add to that having to decide what the future will hold (college or not) Noah is in a bit of teenage hell. When he meets his stepsister Liv, Noah immediately feels drawn to the self-assured girl. He just knows she’s ‘his girl’.“I can’t help thinking about what she said last night, about her “eating guys like me for breakfast.” I don’t know why, but I have a feeling I have a serious player on my hands here. That just gets my adrenaline pumping thinking about a battle of wills between us.”The moment Liv and Noah meet there is a tension between them. Liv sees the handsome football player; somebody she needs to stay away from. Noah feels an instant attraction to Liv, even though she’s legally his stepsister. But since this is a romance book Liv and Noah can’t stay away from each other. They try to hide it (sort of), but it doesn’t take long before their relationship is public knowledge. Noah and Liv are a couple in their first real relationship; together they have to find out how love works.As already mentioned, Liv and Noah are both 17-year-old kids still in high school. When I was a 17-year-old, I probably would have liked Liv, maybe looked up to her a bit. She doesn’t care what people think of her and does what she wants. But I’m a 38-year-old mom.. And mom doesn’t like Liv. Mom thinks Liv is rude, self-absorbed and materialistic. I get why she is the way she is, but still her behavior is not ok in my world. Noah is fine, but he sounds a bit ‘too old’, too Alpha for a 17-year-old. One little rant: did Liv’s dad really didn’t see how horrible his ex-wife was for their daughter? How could he leave Liv behind with that woman?“So I’m your forever love, huh?” “Oh yes you are Noah Travers.” “And I love you too Liv Preston.”I liked reading the author’s debut book, she has a pleasant writing style. But due to my issues with the heroine I have to give Forever Love 3 stars. Maybe I’m getting too old for books about high school

  • Catherine Bibby (Rochelle's Reviews)
    2019-12-05 01:16

    I received a copy in exchange for an honest review. This is my first experience of Jade Whitfield and she already has me smitten, ready, and waiting for Forever Together. Her writing is funny, hot, and keeps you engrossed and ready for the next antic or heated moment by this mischievous group of young adults. Jade takes her readers from Atlanta to a little town in Franklin to get to know more about Liv and her family including her irresistible stepbrother Noah. Anybody who knows me, knows of my adoration for stepbrother romances. There is just something about the naughty and slightly forbidden wrapped in a love that can withstand prejudice and ignorance that leaves me gooey on the inside. Liv Preston has lived her life in Atlanta, left behind by her father in the care of her mother to live a loveless existence after they divorced. Now she is being sent to live with her father and his new family to finish her senior year in high school. Little does she know that she will find the love of her life in Franklin and that he will help to heal her heart. Liv kept me laughing with her sassy, inappropriate, unfiltered comments, her love for Starbucks, and her absolute hatred for the color pink. I couldn't help but like this heroine who buries her heart and emotions deep within until the right person comes along to free them. Noah Travers has no idea what to expect when the fiery beautiful blonde comes walking through his front door, but the burst of arousal and intrigue he feels is surprising to say the least. From the moment they are introduced she has him under her spell and wanting to become a different man than the partying jock that he has always been. Who wouldn't love this delicious reformed partier who has a romantic side that will make any reader weep and weak in the knees. He is Liv's knight in shining armor that she didn't even know that she needed or wanted. Jade Whitfield delivers a poignant tale of the right kind of love found in the wrong place at the right time. I highly recommend Forever Love for a romance that will grip your heart and sear your emotions. I can't wait to be pulled back into this crazy fictional world of young people spreading their wings to read Brady and Cindy's story in Forever Together. Jade Whitfield brings us a heartfelt story full of sexual tension and lots of family drama!

  • Heather
    2019-12-17 01:19

    Olivia (Liv) has been living in Atlanta with her mother. She has learned that love is for losers and men are the worst of all, they use you and leave you broken, so no love for this girl. She knows how to use her looks to get what she wants and her heart is firmly sealed off. Her home life has been part of this “love lesson” now the final straw has been broke and she is being sent to live with her dad for her senior year. Her dad live 4 hours away with his new wife and step children. Liv hasn’t met her step brothers since she refused to attend the wedding.She walks into the house to meet her “new” family unaware that her life is about to change in ways she never imagined. In an instant she is hit but the insanely “hot” step-brother, a “dumb jock” who is also a player. She instantly sees all the signs that tell her he is attracted to her and she knows how to use this. What she doesn’t know what to do with is the feeling he awakens within herself.Noah walks into his family home and is assaulted by the beautiful step sister and instantly he knows his world has started to shift. A love at first sight, a forever love has started to take shape but can they navigate the secrets of Liv’s past and the public drama that goes along with step siblings falling in love.This was a joy of a young love story. I often felt like I was reading older character and had to remind myself that they were to be 17 years old high school seniors but their back stories do give the potential of maturity that can fit within a wonderful forever love story. There are those people who meet young and spend their lives together and these two are the quintessential of that relationship.Honestly, I read this book after having read book 2. I wish I had read these in order, there are lots of little pieces in this story that would have helped with book 2. I enjoyed this story more than book 2 and I think it may have been because I didn’t read them in order. I know the books were meant to be a series that could be stand-alone but if I was to do it again, I’d read this one first.The negative to this book was the editing/spell check. It may drive you crazy if you’re not careful. This type of editing is why I started working with authors doing ARC and BETA reading.

  • Brittany
    2019-11-18 19:19

    *I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*This book has taken me by surprise as to how much I truly enjoyed it. We begin this story with Liv who is currently living with her 'Incubator' but is being moved to live with her Dad and his new family. Liv has had one HORRIBLE Mother and a clueless father for her whole life. She has definitely suffered her fair share of misfortune to last a lifetime. When she is warmly welcomed into her Dad's new family she is definitely taken aback. She is not one to be used to love and affection. She soon becomes acquainted with Noah, her new stepbrother. She soon has her eyes set on Noah as her next conquest, but the feeling becomes mutual. When the two of them begin to spend more and more time together they quickly fall in love as teens do. They eventually don't think as what's between them as a conquest, but something that turns into so much more. Will they be able to have a real relationship? Can Noah break down all of Liv's barriers? Will they be able to gain the acceptance of their parents? Are they each other's forever love? I personally loved following their story. Noah was such a player at the beginning, but he turned into a big, lovable teddy bear. Liv started out being full of attitude and sass, but even she became softer. I must warn potential readers that if they are not a fan of the f-word whatsoever, or any cuss words, this may not be the book for you. I think the cussing is used a little unnecessarily, but a few times it used in very comical situations that just add to the hilarity. I thought that this was a great love story that I will more than likely re-read again and again!!

  • Vanessa Kings
    2019-12-05 23:58

    “Forever Love” by Jade Whitfield is a powerful novel that combines romance and drama in a journey that takes us through the strong emotions that come with relationships where love is at the center of it all.As I read along, I got carried away by the intense story of Liv and Noah, and the struggles they must face, both internal and external, in their quest for eternal love. Both with their preconceptions of relationships and rejection to commitment, each for their own reason, must deeply question and overcome their fears and influences. Also, as suggested, hidden secret unravel along the way.I also thought that the first person narration is ideal for this story, as it takes us along the ride from the characters’ experiences, making it more thrilling and personal on each end.Lastly, I am also glad that is Book One of the series, so there is much more to look forward to. I will surely be along for the next ride.

  • Stacey
    2019-11-24 18:06

    Forever Love is a step-sibling romance. It is a cute story of a young couple falling in love. The characters were well developed and their personalities really came through. I loved the basic premise of the story. However, there were a couple of issues for me. The biggest issue I had was their age. They were seniors in high school, so I was just not able to relate to them like a reader should. As a mother of a child if the same age, it was just awkward for me and I had to force myself to think of them as older. Not to mention, I don't think as a parent/ step parent, once I found out what was going on, would I be okay with it. Not necessarily the relationship part, as they were not blood related, nor did they grow up together; but the sleeping arrangements.On the whole and discounting the their age, this was a cute story don't I would recommend it to some more in the 18-24 year age group.

  • Shana James
    2019-11-16 02:09

    Forever Love was nothing like I expected! It's so gritty and raw, it left me laughing and flipping pages all night. The story is not one I'd usually go for, but it was an interesting read. The tension between Liv and Noah is off the meter and Jade does a good job keeping the story moving at a great pace. I finished in no time! If you're looking for a great read to finish off the summer, this is a GREAT one! It's funny, sexy and a fast beach read. Even if you're just looking for great additions to your library collection, get this one! We need to support more Indie authors and I know Jade will get even better as she publishes more work. I'm REALLY looking forward to seeing what she cones up with, next! Give this one a look and send Jade some helpful feedback! You WON'T be sorry you bought this one. GREAT JOB, JADE!!!

  • Grace Morales
    2019-12-14 00:18

    Liv and Noah, what an amazing read! Ok so I am going to start by saying I don't usually read step brother romances in general it just isn't my thing, but if they were more like this I would be all over them. This was a great story. I usually don't comment on grammar/editing especially if it is an ARC like this,but I gotta say, the entire time I was reading this I was thinking, "I can't believe this draft is so clean, and for a new author." Wow!I will move on however, I am a lucky girl to have had a chance to read this and I am now a fan forever. This book had it all, crazy parents, broken history, young /forbidden love, drama, and overall a great story. Sometimes it is in the details and this one had it all. I would definitely recommend!

  • Penny
    2019-11-30 20:53

    I have to be honest, i preordered this book months ago and completely forgot about it until it was downloaded onto my kindle this morning. Luckily i was going through a bit of a dry patch in terms of books so i had something to read. Boy, am i happy i did. This is by far one of the best books ive read in a really long time. I cant sing ts praises enough and am so happy that i bought it. Its one of those books that you carry on thinking about hours after finishing it. I think i may be going through withdrawals. I know it was only released today but gosh do i hope that the author hurries up and gets the net one out. I need my fix of Brady!

  • Giulia
    2019-11-27 23:11

    I ABSOLUTELY adored this book!! I don't know how it is possible that I haven't read Jade Whitfield's books before!! I loved every single word of this beautiful story! I fell for the characters from the beginning and I can assure you that you will love Liv and Noah's story! I really liked that reading this book I founf myself laughing out loud and crying after few chapters! When this happens, I can say that the book was very very well written and I can't wait to read more and more books by Jade Whitfield!! And, since I live in Italy, I can only hope to see her books in our libraries! I am sure it will happen really soon and for me it will be FOREVER LOVE for this book!!

  • Tessa Valis
    2019-12-09 01:54

    Liv and Noah's story is beautiful.Liv's past is full of horrors no one would want to re-live. She's broken but hides it well.When she meets Noah there's a spark that she can't deny, but they can't act on that attraction can they?This story was full of ups and downs as Liv learned to heal and Noah loves her more with each scar he heals.With a strong cast of supporting characters I loved this book.

  • Lucy Daniels
    2019-12-09 00:21

    Liv and Noahs story was realistic. It wasnt all butterflies and daisys but it also wasnt angsty. I dont know how the author did it but somehow she made their situation completely relatable which is rare in the stepbrother game. This wasnt the usual stepbrother taboo romance. It was refreshing and sweet and most of all well written. I cant wait for the next one <3 <3 <3

  • Renee
    2019-12-05 22:04

    This book hasInsta loveThe-most-beautiful-in-the-world characters Not one but TWO evil villains just dripping with venomA hint of taboo but nothing that should make you feel icky while reading A tortured past that the h needs saving fromSexual chemistry with a slow but study burn to the hot-hot-hot stuffAnd I loved every second of it

  • BB Belle
    2019-11-22 01:19

    BANGOR BELLE BOOK BESTIESI received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.First off, i really enjoyed this story and loved the characters.Olivia (Liv) is a wild sassy girl, with attitude, she lives with a mother that would put the wicked witch of the west to shame, and the story takes up where she is extremely happy to be packing up and moving out from her mother's house to go live with her father, his new wife and her two stepbrothers that she has never met before.Noah Travers (the oldest stepbrother), is a hot sexy to die for quarter back, cocky jock, just the very type that Liv deplores!! The moment they meet there is instant attraction. Noah isn't one to give up, yet he knows there is so much more to Liv than she shows. He also senses that she is hiding a lot of hurt and pain.The story develops at a good pace and plenty of things to keep us turning the page. A lot of sweet moments and a lot of deep moments that will have your heart lurching and drawing you into this young couple. Their Journey isn't easy, and even though he's her "stepbrother" there is nothing distasteful. Noah is adorable, and Liv knows he is her "one" but if terrified of losing him. As secrets start to reveal themselves, and the evil wicked witch shows her true colours, your heart aches for Liv. Finally her father "gets it" and for the first time in her life Liv feels loved and protected not just by Noah, but by her whole family.This book did have a few editing issues, but on the whole its a super lil book to pick up and enjoy a beautiful love story!!

  • Margie 'CSR' Fite
    2019-11-17 18:04

    cute, romantic, young love... cute book, a bit of ‘taboo’ step siblings falling in love! Liv is being forced to move in with her father (who left over 4 years ago) & away from her ‘awful, heartless, monster of a mother!! Liv aka ‘Olivia” has not had the easiest life, especially since her father walked out! Noah & Chase are Liv’s step brothers (whom she has never met before now) their father passed away, & Noah did not realize what he was missing in his life, until he sets eyes on the ‘firecracker, beauty - liv’ their love can not be missed, it is a tender, yet also moving book of trials & sadness as well.. glad for ‘her!’

  • Karen Hicks
    2019-12-14 23:20

    I'll forever love Noah and Liv!This is the first book I've read by Jade but it won't be the last. The characters are fantastic! I'm a sucker for flawed characters that become stronger because of what happens in their life. This book does that. Liv is a broken girl when she moves in with her father and his new family. When she meets her stepbrother Noah she thinks he's just a dumb jock. She couldn't be more wrong. I can't wait to see what happens next!

  • Atlanta Whitlock
    2019-12-03 02:07

    After reading some of the reviews for this book and actually seeing this book at release parties I can honestly say that I was interested in reading it as honestly it looked pretty awesome and a book that I’d be into reading. Normally I don’t really take any notice in the reviews for books but that’s because I’d rather get the feel of the book for myself, however with this book I felt the need to give the reviews a read because honestly there was a mixture of them. Most people actually complained saying that the grammar was pretty bad, but after reading it for myself I honestly have no idea what people meant. Don’t get me wrong there was a few spelling mistakes, a few phases that I had never heard of but what people need to realise is that not everything in life is going to be perfect, I can guarantee that if everyone picked out bits of this story that we thought needed changing or improving then I’m sure that what we all picked up would be completely different. However another thing that people need to realise is that authors are the ones that give us these amazing stories but because they’re the ones that wrote them it’s a lot harder for them to notice if something is wrong in terms of grammar and spelling, so there’s no need to go and give a harsh reviews just because the grammar wasn’t to your standard. Sometimes it’s not the grammar that’s important but it’s the actual story that’s told, if authors didn’t share their stories with us then there would simply be no books to read. Honestly though I really did enjoy this book, I loved the story and the characters, Jade Whitfield had me laughing so much throughout this book but that’s because of some of the things that happened. The one highlight of this book is the way that she actually described the Liv’s mother, being honest it’s as if Liv’s mother was my own mom, that’s pretty amazing and I loved that she managed to get pretty much all the details down to a T. I actually felt pretty bad for Liv, when reading her story it actually touched home for me and it’s not often when authors actually make their stories hit home but in a good way. There has only been about 5 authors that have done that so far up until reading this book by Jade and I honestly want to read more work of hers. This isn’t your typical love story, but it’s one worth reading.

  • Stacey Broadbent
    2019-12-15 00:15

    This is the first of Jade Whitfield's books that I have read, and I look forward to reading the next installment in the series. Jade tells a lovely tale of Forever Love between Liv and Noah. Now I don't usually go for step-brother type books, but this one really drew me in. The characters were fantastic. I love how strong-willed Liv is, and how caring Noah is. I love that he broke down her walls and healed her heart.Liv's mother was a real piece of work. I loathed her from the beginning. What kind of a mother treats her child that way? Jade portrayed her brilliantly.The relationship that Liv forged, not only with Noah, but with the rest of his family and friends, was just lovely to witness. It made my heart happy to see her blossom in a better environment.Aside from a few editing issues, I thoroughly enjoyed this book and will definitely be reading more from this author.BlurbBeautiful and sassy, Liv Preston constantly has guys falling at her feet. Guys break you though, they use you and spit you out, leaving you a broken mess on the floor. No, Liv is much too smart to let that happen, instead choosing to go down the route of the ultimate female player.Handsome and arrogant, Noah Travers is the ultimate catch. The star quarterback with a Greek God physique, he's too young and there are way too many girls out there for him to commit to one relationship.When Liv moves from Atlanta to the tiny town of Franklin to live with her Dad, she has no idea that her life is about to change. The second Noah claps eyes on his new step-sister, its love at first sight. Now all the reformed former player has to do is convince his beautiful, yet broken new step-sister that he's the guy for her. All Liv has to do, is trust her hot as hell new step-brother not to break her.Can their relationship survive secrets that have been hidden for years though? Can it survive the enemies that seem to lurk around every corner?Families will be tested, secrets revealed. Will it all be worth it for Forever Love?

  • Jennifer Ellis
    2019-12-10 17:58

    Forever Love by Jade Whitfield is book 1 in her Forever Love Series.Liv has had enough of living with her selfish abusive mom. She has agreed to live with her dad who has been gone from her life since she was a young child. He now has a totally new family to include two step brothers for Liv. She’s not quite sure what to think of her new ready made family. Her stepmother is a very excited and peppy woman who welcomes Liv with open arms. Her youngest step brother thinks she’s hot, and well her opinion of her oldest step brother (who is her age) remains to be seen.Liv has a very jaded outlook on men. So when she shows up at her dads house only to have her step brother Noah show up late with a girl draped over him, she is not impressed. But first impressions are not always correct and there is more to meat the eye with Noah.Noah is that guy in high school that every guy wants to be and every girl wants to be with. Popular, athletic, and H-O-T. But his moves don’t work on Liv.Even though she is his step sister, he can’t seem to shake the feelings he is developing for her. Slowly but surely he wears her down with unexpected sweet Gestures.But what will happen if people in the small town find out?I loved Liv’s strong personality. For having grown up with a mother like she did, she kind of had to be. I couldn’t believe how dense her father was. I wanted to smack him up side the head. Thank goodness for a stepmother with a good head on her shoulders, and a mouth to back it up when needed. Noah came off as a self assured butthead at first, but he very quickly grew on me. This story as a whole was very well written with just enough heat and angst to balance each other out. I’m looking forward to reading more in this series.

  • Dora
    2019-11-20 20:19

    This was a good but heartwarming romance that is very heartfelt and emotional—yet sexy and intense. I enjoyed the characters of Liv Preston and Noah Travers. You get a chance to see the progression of their love—theirs was not a quick and easy love story because they had to overcome some issues, but loves does prevail. I loved how the author shows how the female can be assertive and knows what she wants instead of a fragile and despondent person. When reading the story, it may make you feel sad, confused, appalled, and even euphoric. Liv’s mother was abusive so she went to live with her father and his new family. Her past is not something that she wants to relive nor does she want anyone to know about it. Being the star football quarterback, Noah is also handsome, arrogant and has a body that all the girls want. Little does Noah and Liv know that their life is about to change! Noah is Liv’s stepbrother, and when she meets him for the first time, she is not impressed with him—but she knows right away that he finds her quite attractive, and she also knows that the attraction they feel cannot be acted upon. Noah finds himself quite attracted to Liv and the feeling is mutual with some sizzling chemistry. Can Liv and Noah continue with the charade of being a loving brother and sister without anyone finding out? There is something so good about reading a good book, and this book was awesome! The book will pique your interest and draw you in from the beginning to the very end.