Review: The Problem with Forever by Jennifer L Armentrout


*5 “I want to be real” Stars*

Holy freaking hell. This book. Yes.

This one was so easy to speed through and it was so easy to love the characters.

Mouse and Rider went through a hell of time in their foster home together as children. The kind of crap no child should ever have to go through. It’s been 4 years since they’ve seen each other, after the incident that tore them apart, but the recognise each other and reconnect instantly.

This is a story of young love, discovering yourself, and having the courage to stand up be proud of who you are. To move forward and to LIVE life.

I really loved both characters, they were both easy to connect to and had strong personalities even if they themselves didn’t realise it. Of course we get the typical high school bully type characters and some really dodgy characters as well, but then theres the loveable secondary characters such as Hector, Ainsleigh and Jayden. Not to mention Carl and Rosa. Oh, and Mr Santos. He’s cool.

I won’t ruin anything for anybody, but let me tell you this one is full of emotion. I highly recommend it.

I would love to see this series continue, maybe a book about Ainsleigh.


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