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  • My favourite 'Wildstone' book - so far!

    I absolutely loved this book! The usual funny, snarky, emotional sort of story I would expect from Jill Shalvis and as usual she didn't disappoint. The story is about four friends, three foster children (Maze, Heather & Walker) and one the child of the family doing the fostering (Caitlin). There were two children in the foster family, but due to an awful accident one died and ripped the 'family' apart as they were unable to keep fostering because of the situation. But all the remaining four kept in touch, although Maze was always the loose canon of the group, as she blamed herself for the incident. But Caitlin, the mother hen, made sure they all kept in touch, and as she was getting married this book was all about the run up to her wedding, after she sneakily managed to get them all together again for a week before her wedding. I loved all the characters (well apart from Caitlin's finance!) and the way they were always there for each other. They had a really strong family bond even though they weren't related by blood. There are quite a few secrets revealed as we go along and we get to know the characters better. I am a big Jill Shalvis, but this is one of my favourite books to date, and certainly my favourite of the Wildstone series - so far anyway!

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  • Heartwarming & Emotional

    Jill Shalvis has written a cracking sixth novel in her 'Wildstone' series set in a fictional lakeside town. I started this series jumping in at book four with Almost Just Friends but haven't managed to pick up the series again until reading this novel, The Forever Girl. In this one, the reader meets Maze, Walker, Caitlin and Heather. The story begins as they gather for their yearly graveside visit after a tragic accident led to them becoming estranged. Tension and guilt brought about a massive chasm within their relationship though they continued to keep tabs on each other from a distance. Now, Caitlin is getting married and she wants her family around her for her big day. Caitlin's parents fostered Maze, Heather, and Walker as children and the story follows them all as they gather for the wedding, and work through their respective issues. The Forever Girl was a delightful tale that took me on an emotional journey of friendship, family bonding, healing, forgiveness, and second chances. In a fascinating story that drew me in right from the first pages, it dealt with hard-hitting issues, which I could relate to. There were many moments of anxiety however, Jill Shalvis balances these with humour to lighten the load. I liked that the relationships between the core group of characters were as much of a focus as Maze's romance, helping to keep matters even more interesting. The bonus of two pugs Roly & Poly was a brilliant touch, too. Fans of Jill Shalvis will enjoy this offering. I hope to read some of the instalments I've missed and I'm keen to see what's happening in Wildstone in book seven, Love for Beginners. A great, very highly recommended story. I received a complimentary copy of this novel at my request from Headline Eternal via NetGalley and this review is my unbiased opinion.

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