Monday, 3 June 2013

Forever and Ever, Amen by Liv Rancourt

Molly is a single mum who struggling to survive emotionally with two teenage children and an ex husband she really wants to forget but can't because, well, he still reaches the parts that matter. Trouble is behind those gorgeous eyes there lurks a cheating, arrogant man who wants to play the field with younger models and it's really time to move on! Molly has a girls night out and wakes the next morning with a hangover, no idea what happened and the mother of all love bites on her neck.

Did she? Didn't she? She doesn't know but, when she sees a man reflected in her bedroom mirror, she sort of accepts it as an indication of how the week is panning out. When the man in the mirror turns out to be an angel and tells her the love bite is actually a demon's mark and she now has to face three difficult trials to make it go away, she wonders if she is losing the plot.

I loved the humour in this book and enjoyed the character of Molly in particular. I could imagine her standing there, watching it all unfold and shrugging her shoulders as she accepted it all as just another part of the sod's law of life. Well written and an easy read, this book is one for the girl on holiday. Fabulous.

Twitter: @LivRancourt


  1. Thank you for the lovely review. I'm so glad you liked my story and appreciate the time you took to read and comment on it.

    1. Apologies for the delay in replying! You are very welcome, I enjoyed it very much :)


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