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    Forever doesn't mean Forever...

    I just finished reading "the Problem with Forever"... and it is a real eye opener of what can happen in a real bad situation. Mallory (Mouse) Dodge was a young girl that grew up in cruel Foster Home for 12 years along with her best friend Rider. Rider was her protector who would keep her safe when the foster dad wanted to beat her for something that was done... Mallory grew to fear talking and used it as a shield for her protection... So, Mallory grew up with lots of emotional baggage... years later after a tragic accident (she was burned severely) two doctors who help Mallory over come her talking issues and they adopt her.... now that Mallory is in her senior year she makes the decision that it's time to go to a real high school and graduate so she can go to College... It's scary at first for her and then she is reunited with Rider after 4 years.... I really loved reading this book... If you want to know what happens you need to read the book ... Once you read it you will like it too... Awesome work Jennifer L. Armentrout
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    An Emotional and Moving Read

    4.5☆ This book is different from the other stuff that JLA writes, but it's still her writing so of course I'm gonna like it. Mallory and Rider are such interesting and complex characters that have been through so much already in their lives. I loved reading about Mallory and how she progressed and grew as a person throughout the book. JLA does such a good job with writing her characters and making me feel for them. I instantly empathized with Mallory and Rider. I can't even imagine having to go through what they had to face and coming out of it ok. I love Rider! He is such a good and sweet guy who only wants the absolute best for the people he cares about. I loved the ending, it was really cute and touching and I'm very happy with where Mallory and Rider are in life.
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    Simply. Wow.

    I have read a lot of teen romance and YA novels and I haven't written a review for any of them. This one is simply that good. It has depth, well developed characters and a very believeable story. Thanks for the best read I have had in a long time, Jennifer.
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    Compelling Read

    There is something about wounded heroes and heroines that yanks me into a book. And Armentrout grabbed me by the heart and had me caring for Mallory and Ryder from the very first page. My heart went out to both of these characters because of their childhood abuse and the scars they carried with them. A dark subject for certain, but the story also carried hope, forgiveness and love. You won’t be able to put this book down!
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