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Will Never Fade (a Riley O'Brien & Co. novella)

by Jenna Sutton

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Received an ARC for voluntary review for netgalley. I truly enjoyed it, even though it was emotional at times. Phoebe and Garett get the surprise of there lives in a New Years Bash. They had a friendship that have turned into to lovers and had a night that both of them could never forget about three years ago, but Phoebe left without a word and Garett has always wondered why? She has a legitimate reason and you can understand her fear and pain, but she should have just come clean with Garett instead of always running and making him feel horrible, it was cowardly and I felt bad for him. But Garett will not give up, and they do get to have there second chance at happiness. It was also great to read about the couple from the previous books. ( )
  Pelusa41 | Dec 26, 2016 |
Will Never Fade by Jenna Sutton
A Riley O’Brien & Co. Novella

When you look at your life and the future waiting ahead do you dread it, embrace it or ignore it? Are you a person who lives in the past, present or future? Are you a planner or do you fly by the seat of your pants? This book did not mention the idea of feeling grateful BUT the concept of embracing that feeling on a daily basis came to mind as I read because I felt both Phoebe and Garrett had reason to feel that emotion at more than one point in the story.

Phoebe has survived…survived an ordeal that began three years ago. Her future may be uncertain but she is willing to live each day to the fullest and as the book begins she is off to a New Year’s Eve party that will change the course of her life. Meeting up with Garrett, a man she knew before the ordeal, is both a blessing and a curse…or so it feels. They definitely have chemistry BUT is it a good thing or a bad thing for BOTH of them to be together and how will their togetherness impact them both as they move forward…if they move forward together? Trying to do what is best for self and someone you love is not always easy and sometimes a catastrophe or two may be needed to provide insights that otherwise would not have been reached.

I do not want to give the storyline away. This is a book that deals with a health issue that impacts many. I thoroughly enjoyed it and wish the best for both Phoebe and Garrett in the future – whatever the future may bring them.

Thank you to Jenna Sutton who bequeathed me a copy of her ARC through NetGalley. This is my honest review.

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  CathyGeha | Dec 9, 2016 |
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