Warning: This book contains mature content and is not recommended for listeners under 17.
Alayna Withers' relationship with Hudson Pierce has tested both her and his ability to trust. They decide that the only way they can move forward together is with open doors and transparency. It won't be easy for the scarred lovers, but they're committed to each other more now than ever. Alayna, in particular, has grown through their trials, and has emerged more confident and faithful to the man she loves.
But while the pair is focused on the future, their past shows up again to threaten their fragile bond. Promises that were made are broken, and Alayna learns that Hudson still has very potent secrets - secrets that will tear them both apart. As much as she feels for him, her ability to forgive and forget is tested beyond her limits.
Even though she found the only man who could fix her, a forever with Hudson seems more and more out of reach.
©2014 Laurelin Paige (P)2014 Audible, Inc.
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1 out of 5 stars
By maryg on 13-08-15


What would have made Forever with You better?

A story line

What didn’t you like about Carly Robins’s performance?

Same tone throughout. Kept having to alter the volume button.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Forever with You?

Such a waffled story

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1 of 1 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Christine Ridge on 13-03-18

Loved loved loved

These were the first books I've read of this author's and I can safely say I'll be reading more, I loved the characters, particularly Hudson. Just sad I've finished them

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5 out of 5 stars
By BluBumbleB on 15-02-17


My previous review of book 2 and 3 is a reiteration here, but I'll gladly say it all again because this series is EVERYTHING!!! If you've heard book one and loved it, it's a given you'll be drawn into the remainder of this incredible series. This series is definitely one of the hotter books I've heard, but it's also a constant mind screw. Every other scene is writhe with hotness, and all the build up and wonderment about Hudson's secrets had not only Alayna pulling out her 'crazy', I felt like I was as well! Overall this book, and the series had me in it's grips from start to finish. Bonus - Get the book HUDSON, it fills in all the missing pieces and makes the overall series that much better!

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

4 out of 5 stars
By Linda on 26-01-15

Alayne and Hudson Are Together For Now

If you could sum up Forever with You in three words, what would they be?

Trust your feelings. They love each other and must get through some bad times to know that they do love each other enough to address their secrets together.

What other book might you compare Forever with You to and why?

This is probably like a lot of books about love and obsession and sex but none come to mind. I found the issues that Alayne and Hudson address refreshing in that they know they have problems, he knows he screwed up, and she knows he screwed up, but they love each other and will find a way to be together.

What does Carly Robins bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

She makes the characters live in the listener's mind. Her ability to convey the pain and lust they feel is not possible when read in print.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

A couple of places I wanted to throw it across the room but since I was listening on my iPad I resisted. It was a good book.

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