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Forever With Me (With Me #8) Review

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Forever with Me is the last in the series. I’m really sad to see this end even though Kristen Proby ran out of characters, I did not want this world to end. That’s the thing about series, all good things must come to an end. This story is about Dom and the event planner, whom we have met from the second novel in this series. Here is a brief background provided by goodreads: Dominic Salvatore seemingly has everything a man could want. He’s found a new relationship with his father and the entire Montgomery family. His vineyard, Cuppa di Vita, is a success. There’s only one thing that eludes him: a certain driven, intelligent, and sexy as hell blonde named Alecia.

Alecia works tirelessly building her event planning business. It’s the most important part of her life. Despite the beautiful, lavish weddings she organizes, Alecia is convinced that the idea of true love is a myth. While Dominic is a sexy, intriguing man, welcoming the handsome Italian into her bed, and her life, is a risk she’s not so sure she’s willing to take.

However Dominic isn’t used to taking no for an answer, and it’s not long before these two are burning up the sheets and discovering a connection that neither can deny. But will it be strong enough to last forever?

What is about Italians that makes our lady part jump up and say hey boi! Dominic is sex on a stick. Gorgeous, strong with the ability to woo a woman in the romantic language of Italian. This book I really enjoyed. You don’t really get into the characters insecurities or I should say the reasoning behind them until the very end. I wanted more in the beginning. However, I still enjoyed this novel. I love the fact that Will and Meg finally get married in this novel. It makes it all worth it, because of course there is a party before the wedding where all the other characters get famously drunk. Let the shenanigans ensue. I like the fact that in this case both characters have insecurities when entering a relationship but really it’s the female that has it worse. I think that Alecia’s family really did a number on her but I liked the fact that she stood up for herself, It look a while but it worked. I believe that was my favorite part of this novel besides the epilogue at the very end where it is 10 years in the future. A truly good ending to a great series.

As for the sex scenes, any time a guy talks to you in a different language during you sit up and take notice. It really makes it sexier, hotter, and passionate. The romance in those scenes could fill a movie theater. I doesn’t start off as an automatic passionate scenes where clothes are thrown around the room, but more as a passionate connection between two people who are destined to be together. Little by little Dom is tearing down her boundaries and building her back up as a stronger person.

Overall I give this novel 4. 5 out of 5 stars. I really loved this novel, but I want more! I should have two more reviews to post soon from this series because I missed book 1 and 1.5  of this series. More coming soon. Although it might take me a while. I recently got a job teacher at a very low-income school and my time will be consumed with getting them to the next level. Anyways, more reading to come soon as J.D. Robb’s new In Death book will be released soon.

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