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Forever & Always (The Ever Trilogy: Book 1) by [Wilder, Jasinda]
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These letters are often all that get me through week to week. Even if it’s just random stuff, nothing important, they’re important to me. Gramps is great, and I love working on the ranch. But…I’m lonely. I feel disconnected, like I’m no one, like I don’t belong anywhere. Like I’m just here until something else happens. I don’t even know what I want with my future. But your letters, they make me feel connected to something, to someone. I had a crush on you, when we first met. I thought you were beautiful. So beautiful. It was hard to think of anything else. Then camp ended and we never got together, and now all I have of you is these letters. S**t. I just told you I have a crush on you. HAD. Had a crush. Not sure what is anymore. A letter-crush? A literary love? That’s stupid. Sorry. I just have this rule with myself that I never throw away what I write and I always send it, so hopefully this doesn’t weird you out too much. I had a dream about you too. Same kind of thing. Us, in the darkness, together. Just us. And it was like you said, a memory turned into a dream, but a memory of something that’s never happened, but in the dream it felt so real, and it was more, I don’t even know, more RIGHT than anything I’ve ever felt, in life or in dreams. I wonder what it means that we both had the same dream about each other. Maybe nothing, maybe everything. You tell me.

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We’re pen pals. Maybe that’s all we’ll ever be. I don’t know. If we met IRL (in real life, in case you’re not familiar with the term) what would happen? And just FYI, the term you used, a literary love? It was beautiful. So beautiful. That term means something, between us now. We are literary loves. Lovers? I do love you, in some strange way. Knowing about you, in these letters, knowing your hurt and your joys, it means something so important to me, that I just can’t describe. I need your art, and your letters, and your literary love. If we never have anything else between us, I need this. I do. Maybe this letter will only complicate things, but like you I have a rule that I never erase or throw away what I’ve written and I always send it, no matter what I write in the letter.

Your literary love,


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 712 KB
  • Print Length: 391 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Jasinda Wilder (Dec 15 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HFFBR32
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
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I received this as a free book from Amazon and had not previously read any other books by this author. Wilder certainly does know how to write and for the first part of the book I loved her writing style and the way she developed the main characters - Ever and Caden. These two are both artistic in nature - Caden loving to draw and Ever to paint. They met while mid-teens at a camp geared towards developing their artistic skills. Although they didn't spend much time together at camp, on the few occasions they did spend together they were drawn to each other and when they left camp they agreed to be pen-pals.

Ever had lost her mother to a car crash and her father had never really recovered leaving Ever and her twin Eden pretty much on their own as far as emotional support went. Shortly after Cadens return home from camp, he discovers his mother is dying of breast cancer and after watching her painful death, he also sees his father turn to alcohol and completely abandon him. The letters these two share are a life-line to each other and it is beautiful to see the openness and honesty of their letters as time goes by.

Some years later, after more emotional trauma's have hit both of them, Caden in a state of real emotional upheaval suddenly appears on Eden's doorstep and they recognize and declare their love for each other. I loved the book up to this point but things went downhill from there.
The author chose to put lengthy descriptions of their sexual activities for a large section of the book after this. They were graphic and used language that I really was not very comfortable with. I found myself skimming trying to get to a point where plot would once again come into play.
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This book was definitely not for me, and left me feeling disappointed that I had even started it.

It started off ok and I thought it was a book meant for a young reading audience starting with the cute idea of young teens meeting at an art camp and then agreeing to be pen pals writing to each other weekly, supporting each other through literacy and building a special relationship. The writing between the two teenagers is well done and interesting. However,it takes way too long for the two young people, Caden and Ever, to meet and then the chapters and chapters of nothing but sexual scenes becomes nauseating. This book is definitely not meant for teens or adults for that matter. It was at least five chapters too long, which I skipped though looking for the end. I read the final chapter to see if the story was really "going anywhere". It could have been a good story if the author hadn't felt so much need for explicit sexual scenes over and over again which ruined the story for me and was completely unnecessary for a story which have been good without it. I also found the relationship between Ever and her twin Eden and their Dad quite unrealistic. I certainly have no desire to read any more by this author, even though the book ended with a good "lead-in" to the next story.
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I absolutely loved how this story began. This was/is a great story of how the lives of two of the main characters began in their early teens. It was sweet and innocent and reminded me of the days when people took time to think about someone in their lives who mattered enough for them to keep in touch using a pen and paper. The only problem I had was that it took way to long for them to finally meet.
I found the sex appropriate for the characters in this book (not so in the second). Think about it, they've been in love for so many years, shared secrets, likes, dislikes, and their innermost fears. To me, unleashing the passion after Cade and Ever met face-to face was inevitable. With Cades emotional up and down following tragedy and Ever’s emotional roller coaster with her ex-boyfriend and father, finding each other was like finding drinking much needed water after a period of drought. For a young couple, they managed very well and lived responsibly.
Yes, it was a sad ending, however, I knew there was a book two and wanted to know how the story continued. – so I read it – see my review of book two.
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Always and Forever by Jasinda Wilder drew me in right away. The idea of a friendship and a romance carrying on for years through mere letters has a sort of sweetness that I couldn't help but admire.

The book drew me in right away, mainly because of the plot and Caden. Ever, honestly was iffy for me. She wasn't that exciting, a little bland. But Caden definitely made up for it. His voice in the novel is the best, is the sweetest and is also the saddest. He lost so many people, and now finally after all these years, he is reunited with Ever. Finally some happiness.

The book has this whole heartbreaking romantic theme that will sure draw you in.

I have so much I could say about this book, but I'm so eager to start book two. With an ending like that, I'd be stupid not to start book two right away!
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I loved the book because the perspective of being pen pals over the years while these two grew from children to adults was unique and very well written. I read lots and lots of books but this is the kind that just stays with you and I will remember it.
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