Published by Hachette Book Group, Forever on October 16, 2018
Genres: Romance, Chick Lit
An uplifting, beautiful story about never letting go of your dreams, the special magic of a family Christmas… and the rush of falling in love under the mistletoe.
Single mother Abbey Fuller loves her family more than anything, and doesn’t regret for a moment having had to put her dreams of being an interior designer on hold. But with her son, Max, growing up, when a friend recommends her for a small design job she jumps at the chance. How hard can it be?
Nick Sinclair needs his house decorated in time for his family’s festive visit – and money is no object. What he doesn’t need is to be distracted from his multi-million dollar business – even if it is Christmas.
When Abbey pulls up to the huge Sinclair mansion, she has a feeling she might be out of her depth. And when she meets the gorgeous, brooding Nicholas Sinclair, she knows that she’s in real trouble…
With the snow falling all around, can Abbey take the chance to make her dreams of being a designer come true? And can she help Nick to finally enjoy the magic of Christmas?
I was provided a review copy; this did not influence my opinion of the book.
Abbey Fuller is a hardworking single mother who has devoted her life to taking care of her family. Abbey’s son Max is her whole world. She wants nothing but the best for him. Working as a private nurse for Caroline Sinclair doesn’t provide much financially, so when a design job is offered to her, she can’t pass up the extra money this will bring during Christmas time.
Nick Sinclair is Caroline’s very wealthy grandson. His mansion feels more like a cold barren building than a warm, welcoming home. This holiday season, he is hosting a huge party for family and friends. He needs to have his house feel and look like a home. On the recommendation of his grandmother, he hires Abbey as his decorator.
Nick is a workaholic, who cares more about his next venture than family and relationships, that is until Abbey and her son, Max, show him what he is missing out on.
This was a sweet, entertaining story, albeit a little slow for me (the first kiss entering around the 60% mark). The story focused more on Abbey decorating Nick’s home (it was very descriptive) than on the relationship between her and Nick.
If you enjoy Chick Lit, give this one a try!
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