Book Review: Ever After Always by Chloe Liese

Rating: 5/5

Genre: Contemporary Romance and Adult Fiction

Warnings: anxiety, childhood poverty, alcoholism, parental abandonment

Read if you liked: The Bromance Book Club or Love Her or Lose Her

Steam: 3/5

Well, if you’ve been around for a bit you’ve heard me RAVE about this series (book one and book two). I love it and it makes me so happy we get four more…seven in total!

I genuinely just enjoyed reading this book. I loved the characters, it flowed Ever After Always has been my favorite so far, what can I say…I love a marriage in crisis book and Chloe knocked it out of the park with this one. I’m pretty sure it’s the best I’ve read of this trope.

Things I loved: Aiden, our delightful glasses wearing cinnamon roll of a hero and how much he loves Freya. Freya our strong, independent heroine who’s doing her best. The book did an amazing job showing the internalized struggle from childhood trauma, normalizing therapy and showing that marriage takes two and a lot of communication. Slow burn with major tension. The continued family antics. The parrot was hysterical! That Twister game 🙈

Things I didn’t care for: I’m so happy, I couldn’t think of anything I just want more!

Okay, now I want to go read it again! The fourth installment, With You Forever, will be released on September 14th and is a marriage of convenience story. Which is about the only trope I love as much as marriage in crisis.



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