Review: For Always Danielle Sibarium

2 Feb

 

Details: paperback 262 pages

Description: You never really get over your first love. Such is the case for fourteen-year-old Stephanie Barrano, self-proclaimed misfit and death magnet. A freshman in high school, Stephanie is befriended by Jordan Brewer, a hot, in-demand senior, who pulls her from the outer circle of obscurity into the realm of acceptance. Jordan quickly works his way into Stephanie’s heart. He’s her everything. And the only person she trusts with the truth about her father’s death. But he won’t act on the strong feelings he has for her. Stephanie vows to wait for him, knowing in time she’ll win his heart. Two months before her eighteenth birthday, Jordan serves as an impromptu prom date. After sharing a magical evening, Jordan leaves Stephanie with the promise of a future together. Then tragedy strikes. Jordan not only shuts Stephanie out, he also blames her for what happened. Feeling broken and beaten, will she try one last time to get through to Jordan or will she lose him forever?

 

Review: For Always is absolutely wonderful. Stephanie at age 14 falls hard for Jordan. She knows their meant to be together. Jordan though has a problem with their age difference. Stephanie vows to wait for him until he’s ready. Then when Stephanie finally gets a promise of a future together from Jordan something terrible happens and Jordan blames Stephanie. This is an emotional and unforgettable love story that will keep you on your toes till the very end. It had me laughing at some parts and crying in others. It’s a story that will stay with me for a long time to come.

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