Title: Whisper Forever
Author: C.A. Harms
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: June 13, 2017
Cover Model: Kristen Lazarus-Wood
Photographer: JW Photography
Designer - MG Book Covers and Designs
I wanted to forget him so many times. Erase the memories we shared and pretend he didn’t exist. It would have made his absence easier to accept.
Lucas Rivers broke my heart more than once.
In my world he was my guy, the one I’d grow old with and laugh with. But things aren’t that simple, and time changes everything.
That naive girl with dreams of happily-ever-afters was gone.
I didn’t need a man to complete me. I was enough—no, I was more than enough. I was strong and determined. I was Madelyn Emery, and never again would a boy break my heart.
But the moment Lucas returned after four years, acting like we could pick up where we left off, that strength inside me shifted. The more I tried to ignore his efforts, the harder he fought.
How can one simple word whispered by one man mean so very much?
This is such a sweet second chance story. I love second chances!
Lucas and Madelyn grew up together. They were best friends. Maddy loved him, even at nine years old. They did everything together, at least up until high school.
They grew apart and Lucas had a huge ego. He didn’t see how Maddy truly felt and then he left home for college and football.
Now it’s been four years and he is back. But Madelyn is dating someone else. He finally realized what has always been right in front of him. He will do anything to show her.
Madelyn told Lucas when she was nine that she would marry him. But he’s broken her hear so many times in the past. She has some pretty high, and thick, walls around her heart.
I really liked both of these characters.
If you’re looking for a sweet story, get this!
Fun Under the Covers - “This book deserves 6 stars it's so good!”
Samantha’s Confessions - “Another great addition to CA Harms’ work! Love”
Brandy Paige Roberts - “Adore C.A Harms , a must read”
I Don’t Get Sundays Blog - “Madelyn and Lucas, these two made my heart feel like it was going to explode. C.A. as always does a great job giving us the story.”