Sep 10, 2015

My Kind of Forever by @HeidiJoVT {Review}

My Kind of Forever by Heidi McLaughlin
(The Beaumont Series, #5)
Release Date: September 8, 2015
Publisher: Self; 250 pages
Liam Page knows music and a life of solitude, but that all changed when he returned to Beaumont.

The once notorious bad boy lead singer of 4225 West is now living the domesticated life with his wife and high school sweetheart, Josie, and their son, Noah.

Life is good for the Westbury family, until Liam is called back to Los Angeles and the place where it all started for him.

Liam and Josie’s story continues in this last installment of The Beaumont Series.
If you have NOT read Forever My Girl, My Everything, My Unexpected Forever, Finding My Forever & Finding My Way please read with caution. There may be some spoilers that were unavoidable. Proceed with caution . . .

I have fallen in love with these characters and I have envied the relationships they have. I'm not talking romantically (though they are amazing and what every girl truly dreams of) but I'm talking about the friendships. They are a family, not just a group of friends and to have a bond like that would be something truly special. I've said it in reviews regarding this series in the past and I stand firm about it. I'm jealous of their family. I want to be a part of that family. To feel as welcome and loved as all of them to do - it's truly something else.

This is a book that even though it's an ending to this series, it's kind of like a new beginning, too. Josie and Liam are truly getting a second chance at experiencing everything from the beginning. He may have missed everything with Josie and especially with Noah but things are changing. There's a lot of baggage that they still need to deal with and that's the main struggle you'll see in this book. Josie, as much as I loved her, I wanted to ring her neck. And it's hypocritical of me because I would probably behaving in the same way but seriously, this man loves you more than he loves anything in the world. You have to see that. Everyone else does.

This book is filled with surprises though. A character who I, along with many of the characters in this book, have hated for some time now show us their true selves and you can't help but feel pity for them. And you can help but respect them even though that's not something you ever expected to feel regarding them. What can I say...people surprise you when you least expect it.

This series shows the potential for the series regarding the children. I have been chomping at the bits just waiting for the next series to come from Beaumont. We've gotten the love stories of all these amazing characters and soon it will be the children's turn. And it's going to be amazing - I just know it. A few things were hinted at in this book and let me tell you, if it happens, I may be the happiest person alive. I'm just so excited thinking about what's to come. So damn excited.

This series has been very emotional from the first chapter of the first book to the very last page. You will feel every emotion imaginable and most times, you will feel it more than once while reading not just this book, but every book before it. These characters are real - I swear it . . . I just have yet to meet them. Until I do, I'm envious of them. Heidi McLaughlin has delivered yet another spectacular and memorable book. One you don't want to miss.

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