From Authors Website:

You can always come home. Second chances come a little harder.

Chase and Zoe were the high school golden couple. Football captain, cheerleader, prom royalty. After graduation, though, Chase couldn’t resist the urge to experience life outside their small town. He didn’t exactly expect Zoe to wait twelve years for him, but now that he’s back, he finds some small part of him hoping she did.

It’s no big surprise she’s married. The kick in the face is she married his best friend.

Zoe was devastated when Chase left, but she’s filed those bittersweet memories under “Moved On”. She loves her life, and loves her husband. She has all she needs. And Chase keeps an honorable distance.

One cold, wet, miserable day, tragedy turns Zoe’s world upside down. Chase never expected her to simply fall into his arms, but a man can dream. Except his dream doesn’t include the fact that this time, she’s the one hitting the road…and he’s the one left behind.

My Review:

Overall, this story was beautifully written. Shiloh did a wonderful job with the emotional depth of the characters. This book is very heart breaking. It definitely made me cry more than once. It is an interesting story of a woman who marries one man for the safety he provides and later falls in love with him, only to loose that man and have a second chance with her first love. I don’t know how I would handle a similar situation, but I married for love not for safety. This book made me hold my husband a little tighter and longer than usual.

This is not a book that will live on my e-reader forever, and I probably won’t revisit it very often, unlike Shiloh’s other books, however it was a very good read. Just make sure you have a box of tissues near by.

I give A Forever Kind of Love a 4 Horseshoe rating.

A Forever Kind of Love will be available on the Kindle and Nook, starting April 26, 2011.

Publication Details:

Author Shiloh Walker
Title A Forever Kind of Love
Format eBook
Length Novella
Publication Date April 26, 2011
Publisher Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN 978-1-60928-431-2