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Monday, 14 April 2014

Forever by Miranda P. Charles

Forever (Time for Love Book 1)Forever by Miranda P. Charles
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I was given a complimentary book from the author in exchange for my honest review.

Its been a delight lately to read such awesome books from a number of up and coming authors, this book was no exception.

I've been reading a couple of psychological thrillers lately, so this one made a lovely change and a light read.

Well, without giving too much away, Rebecca Andrews was a nurse for an elderly lady, she had happened to fall in love with the grandson. One day, she tells Zach that she has fallen in love with him, he couldn't confirm to her how he felt. Knowing that he was a bit of a 'rich kid' she took it that he was using her like the other women before her so she ended it.

The grandmother wanted to go on a cruise to celebrate her birthday, she needed two nurses, one of them was Rebecca who she had help her before. Trouble was, was Zach going to be on that cruise too?


This is a love story at its best, lack of communications, assumptions and demands, steamy, sexy and all the right stuff to keep you turning the pages.

A+ from me.

Rebecca Andrews knew she was lucky to be hired as a private nurse for an elderly lady who was going on a one-month trip aboard a luxury cruise ship. But there was one big problem. The client was the grandmother of her ex-boyfriend--the guy she was still in love with, the guy who didn't love her back. 

Zach Carmichael couldn't say no to his grandmother's plea to join her on a month-long cruise for her eightieth birthday. But he didn't expect his spritely gran to bring two private nurses with her. One of them happened to be the woman who'd broken his heart--the one he believed lied to him about her feelings. 

Aboard a luxury liner, their passion for each other flared again. Was it just a temporary flame brought about by the romance of being on a cruise? How could they give love another chance when they were both afraid to put their hearts back on the line?

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