Three weeks changed everything for Tessa Rowan. She knows what she wants, knows who she is, and what her heart beats for. Now, ten months later, Tessa finds herself back in the US—permanently due to a streak of fate. Jazz has returned, too, though the man she finds is no longer the guy she fell in love with.
Corporal Jesse ‘Jazz’ Connor has had it all—and walked away, thinking he could always make amends later. Returning to the US after months in hell proves to him though that sometimes you cannot pick up the pieces. Add to that the biggest mistake of his life and you hit rock-bottom.
Tessa won’t give up and Jazz won’t give in, but sometimes you cannot fight your Forever Girl… can you?
Forever Girl, the second book in this series, drew me in just like Tagged for Life did. It kept me glued to my reader and had me shocked, sobbing and screaming in frustration, and hoping, don't forget that.
After everything that has happened between those two, when the worst has happened and Jazz returns a changed man, this book finds Tessa and him struggling to find their way back to each other.
To say that it is heartbreaking and intense doesn't come close to describing this story. On the other hand, it is not just the heartbreak and the struggles but also the love they share, even if things are rough right now, their friends who try to help and be there for them and of course, Tessa and Jazz themselves. Amazing characters whose chemistry is off the charts and who make you feel that they just belong to each other despite everything else going down.
Another wonderful story about love, heartbreak, about the need to be there for someone, to share the darkest hours and the biggest happiness. It is also a story about the respect for those out there, fighting for their countries and everything they believe in and for those who love them and fear for them. A ray of hope that sometimes things might turn out right and a reminder that those around us, those who struggle, might need a helping hand or two and that a simple hug goes a long way to show that you care.
I loved Tagged for Life and couldn't wait to read Forever Girl and I simply loved it. So. Very. Much.