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If Forever Comes, the final chapter in the New York Times Bestselling The Regret Series
Christian Davison’s life is complete. With a ring on Elizabeth’s finger and his daughter at his side, he’s ready to run headlong into their future.
Elizabeth Ayers never believed she would again find this kind of joy—the joy of a family and the wholeness found in the touch of the man she’s always loved.
Their love is intense and their passion only grows as they set out to rediscover each other.
But life is never easy.
Rocked by the unforeseen, Christian and Elizabeth will find themselves fighting for the one thing they hold most important—family.
The Regret Series ~ Lost to You and Take This Regret can be read as Stand-Alone Novels. Recommended reading order: Lost to You, Take This Regret, If Forever Comes
Who said love was easy? Christian and Elizabeth have traveled a very rocky road together. From the missing years that Christian was absent from Elizabeth’s life, to the rejection of his desire to become a parent…..all of the heartache was worth it in the end. A wedding was on the horizon. A family that missed out on so much was finally becoming one.
Then the unimaginable happened. A tragedy that Elizabeth and Christian couldn’t have predicted altered their path. Now the couple finds themselves in a place of despair, and neither knows where to turn. With so much on the line, where will the future find this family??
If Forever Comes is the final installment in the Regret Series. One that tackles a subject that affects so many people. There were many ups and downs in this book. A stark contrast to the last book in the series. Christian and Elizabeth thought their ‘happily ever after’ was inevitable. Nothing prepared them for the realization of what would happen in their lives. A rollercoaster of emotion for the reader.
While I enjoyed this tale immensely, I varied in my opinion on what I thought about the situation. Was it believable? Certainly….but I had my doubts about Elizabeth’s reaction. We all deal with trauma in certain ways, but I found Elizabeth’s reactions irritating and confusing. This emotion that began to simmer as I read the novel presented a thought that I couldn’t ignore. A piece of fiction that can evoke that much emotion deserves to be ‘heard’. It’s a testament to the wonderful writing style that A.L. Jackson weaves into her stories. Realistic and honest novels that pull at your heart.
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