Title: That Forever Girl
Author: Meghan Quinn
Rating: 4 stars
Where I got it: Kindle Unlimited
There are two little words every small-town man dreads:
Harper Sanders, the girl who was supposed to be my forever, has returned to Port Snow, Maine, for good—and she’s bringing back memories of our shared past.
We once had a bright future together, but when tragedy struck, I threw it all away and pushed her out of my life. People in our small town think I’m cursed, but I know better. I did it all to myself.
And now she’s creating a life of her own in the place where we first fell in love. I can’t fight my feelings for her—or the strong attraction that keeps pulling us together. But after all this time, can she forgive the past and fall in love with me all over again?
Everyone hopes to find that forever girl…I just hope I haven’t lost mine for good.
The second book in the series features Rogan, the brother who is brooding and moody in the first book. Turns out Rogan lost the love of his life 7 years ago, and hasn’t really been able to move on.
Harper Sanders, Rogan’s former love, moves back to Port Snow, Maine looking to make a change. We don’t know why she’s back in Port Snow, but one person is NOT happy that Harper is back, and that person is Rogan.
This book goes back and forth between past and present, and I have to say that for the first two thirds of this book, I liked past Rogan much better than I liked present Rogan. I was not caring much for present day Rogan. He went out of his way to be rude to Harper, and I found that very irritating.
I did very much like Harper. She was a very great character. She was trying to live her life in the same town as her ex, and get along with his family, whom she was very close to back in the day.
This book took a turn that I was not expecting, and I loved it. I love it when a book can surprise me, and this book really surprised me.
This is a real slow burn romance. You don’t get into it until late in the book, and that is the time that Rogan finally starting easing his way into my good graces.
In the end, I did end up enjoying this book, and I look forward to reading the next book in the series.
I would recommend.