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Publisher's Summary

If Forever Comes, the final chapter in the New York Times best-selling 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.

©2013 A.L. Jackson (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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  • LexiMuse
  • 2018-02-21

Too long - beautiful HEA but the angst to get to it is painful

First Andi Arndt did a good job but it really needed 2 narrators. The story was obvious and sad except for a few parts. Everyone deals with life’s hardships differently but the joy and duty of caring for your child should take precedence and Elizabeth’s self absorption for most of the book or months of Lizzy and Christian’s lives made for a story that dragged. When you want to fast forward and skip some sections of dialog you know this needed a better edit. Would have been better as a novella and or add more to the storyline with a subplot with some of the other characters like maybe Matthew and Natalie. Fortunately this was included in the Romance Package so I didn’t waste a credit.

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  • cristina.solis996
  • 2015-11-20

Love

If you read the past two book read this one! If you find yourself angry during this don't worry I was too! But don't worry it gets good and it's really worth it.:)

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  • chewy
  • 2019-06-22

Great end to the series

Very emotional and sad, but they get their happy ending. Definitely worth a credit to finish this series!

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  • Bwhite
  • 2018-04-13

So Depressing and so much Unnecessary Sadness!

I loved the other two books, but this book was nothing but unnecessary sadness. Like 5 1/2 hours of talking about something they don’t even tell you about until 4 1/2 hours in. The only time I review a book in full is when it’s really good or really bad, and this one was really bad. I skipped thru 5 to 10 minutes here and there bc I could not stand to listen to anymore of the same dreadful nonsense. If I wouldn’t have liked the first 2 books so much, there is no way I would have finished this book. Thank God, it has a happy ending!

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  • KW
  • 2022-02-18

A book of trauma, but well written and narrated.

Oh my goodness this book absolutely gutted me. It tore me to shreds. Amy has written about one of the most traumatic things I can think of and has done it with a realness and a raw quality that had me bawling. No this is not a pretty love story. Christian and Elizabeth have to claw their way to their HEA. The emotions are like a tsunami that just keep coming.

This book went back and forth from the past to the present, with the timelines slowly getting closer and closer. It was kind of like a crash that you see coming but can’t do anything to stop. I’m sure people who have experienced this would understand fully the pain that Elizabeth and Christian go through. I haven’t personally experienced this trauma but have something that made me feel all these emotions and it was a tough book to listen to.

Andi, well I’m not sure how she got through this one. It would have taken a lot out of her I’m sure. She gave us so much raw emotion.

Even though it was an uncomfortable listen at times, I’m glad I pushed through. It gave me some insight into the despair that comes with living this kind of trauma and I would hope that I could sit with someone who has lived this and be of some support.

A well written journey of grief, trauma but also a love that was strong enough to get them their HEA.

Have your tissues at the ready for this one, you’re gonna need them.

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  • Darlene Richardson
  • 2021-05-30

What a ride?

The last book in this trilogy has me on the edge of my seat. My emotions run high with each chapter, I cried a lot as I read about the way Elizabeth mourns her stillborn baby girl. Losing a baby is hard and I like the way Christian and Elizabeth fight to get through their grief. I enjoy reading about how the two parents put Lizzie, their oldest child first no matter their circumstances. Very emotional but a great way to wrap up the series.

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  • Karen H. Oconnell
  • 2020-12-25

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  • RN Analyst
  • 2020-08-05

Didn't really like this one

I found myself FF thru most of the book. there just wasn't the usual capture of interest for me. it was all "I love him/her with my life" immediately to "I hate him". The back and forth is just exhausting. Just didn't do it for me in this book, and I love AL Jackson!

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  • 2020-02-03

Loved the story

I loved the story I disliked all the flashbacks in the chapters along with the female voice for Christian vs male voice became confusing where I had to rewind.

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  • SanfordHoney
  • 2020-01-15

Great Series

This was a sweet ending to a heartwrenching series. Sort of long drawn out but so worth it. Andi Arndt was great as usual, however a male narrator might have added to the angst and joy.