Only Forever (Only #4) by Cristin Harber #Review #OUAP #OnlySeries @CristinHarber

Posted September 23, 2015 by Loredana 0 Comments

Only Forever (Only #4) by Cristin Harber #Review #OUAP #OnlySeries @CristinHarberOnly Forever by Cristin Harber
on January 1st 1970
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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four-stars

There comes a time when Emma must face the secret she's kept from Grayson. But she never thought it would be while she stood on stage at Emerald's. The seconds she has to convey that her life is in danger are lost in the devastation that she sees rip through him.

She pinches her eyes closed. "Don't leave me. No matter how mad you are, please, please don't leave me here alone."

But there's more on the line than just Emma's safety. There's the danger that brought Titan's Delta team into the strip club in the first place. A threat that's too close to home, too close to the family Grayson plans to claim.

I push away the sudden spring of fear. Life's too unknown, with hidden enemies and unseen terrors. The idea that I could lose her again... it's unbearable.

A love story like Grayson and Emma's needs a forever love, and somehow they'll find their way to her fairy tale.

This is the final installment in the Only┬áSeries by Cristin Harber.┬á We finally get our answers and the lid is blown off of some ÔÇ£sort ofÔÇØ secrets.┬á WhatÔÇÖs better?┬á We get to meet the men of Titan.┬á This girl DID NOT know there was an entire series devoted to these men (there are 8 books in the series).┬á Guess who will be adding these books to her TBR?

This final step with Gray to see him slip into the man he is supposed to be and will become is wonderful.┬á In the previous books, weÔÇÖve seen Gray struggle to be strong and break from his awful past.┬á Though the past helps shape who you are as a person, it does not dictate your future.┬á Gray is a prime example of this!

Emma is a bit more of a mess in this book.┬á SheÔÇÖs had to keep everything together for so long on her own.┬á It feels like her life unravels a bit, but, for once, she has a real safety net.┬á She has Gray.┬á Even though they found each other in the last book, this book really focuses on them coming together as a couple and as a family.┬á There are struggles and hard times, but they are not insurmountable because they have each other.

The book moves pretty quickly.┬á There are some really gritty details that are brushed away in a quick manner.┬á Maybe it was done to tie up the series cleanly.┬á Especially since those gritty details belong more to the men of Titan.┬á I guess IÔÇÖll have to read that series to find out!

The writing is consistent through the entire series and you definitely get closure with the characters.  A very sweet ending to what was often a tumultuous ride.  Though not my favorite book in the series, it was still worth reading.

~ Review by Loredana

(Previously on TBE)

four-stars

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