Lieder Madchen, September 6, 2011 (view all comments by Lieder Madchen)
The beginning of Forever is so bittersweet it hurt. When Grace first became human and Sam went rushing to find her, it was so sad when he arrived only to find the clothes she left behind when she forgot herself once again. Without Grace and threatened with losing her forever, Sam has to finally face his worst fears: his past and his future.
When reading this series, I was so scared that it was going to end in tragedy but I didn't want to see it all boxed up into a picture perfect smile. I need not have feared; the ending was perfect. It was a mixture of pure joy and hope and sorrow that had me laughing and crying at the same time.
therealbellacullen, July 31, 2011 (view all comments by therealbellacullen)
Nothing short of phenomenal. Maggie takes us even further into the lives (past and present) of the Mercy Falls wolves, their human friends and families. Without "spoilering", I can say you will find yourself caring and hoping for characters you may have previously found cold, arrogant and self absorbed, well because for the most part they were. Yet while staring their fears and life and death in the face, they manage to mature and tear at your heart strings as you root them on.
Full of unique twists and many surprises, Forever will not disappoint. Maggie proves again, love can be Forever.
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