Thursday, September 23, 2010

Review: Eternally and Evermore by Marc Nobbs

Eternally and Evermore by Marc Nobbs

Publisher: Phaze Books
Genre: Contemporary Romance


Heat Rating: 1


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Blurb

Love doesn't make the flowers smell sweeter, Love wakes you up to the world around you. Love won't make you flawless, but Love will take away the fear that holds you back. Love isn't the destination, Love is journey you take with the one person who cares about you most.

Twenty years after promising to love each other "Eternally and Evermore", teenage sweethearts, Amy and Will, are reunited to discover their love burns as strongly as it ever did. But while Will is a successful lawyer, Amy has walked a tougher path. What secrets does she harbor? What ghosts litter her past? And what horrors will they have to endure before they can finally be together "Eternally and Evermore."


Monica’s Review

From being teenagers to adults, this love story is wonderful. During the school years there is almost always the rivalry that goes on between two young male friends falling for the same young woman. Who will win her heart? But going off in different directions for college, this will lead them in different directions. Amy stays, attending a local college and William goes across to London to attend Oxford. Will their love survive the time being apart for so long? Decisions that they both make are hard to believe, but fear gets in the way. There are times that the love is strong but life does get in the way. But no matter what happens, if love was meant to be between a couple, it will be, no matter how long it will take to reunite them.

Marc Nobbs does an exceptional job in explaining how William and Amy’s love grew for 5 years before they decided to take it one step further in their last year of school in becoming boyfriend and girlfriend. High school is rough, and trying to define your future is tougher. William became a brilliant lawyer just he always wanted. Amy was always interested in arts but heartache gets in the way. Nobbs brings it all together after the 20th High School Reunion. Even with the troubles that Amy has chosen to stick with for the past 7 years or so, will they find their way back together or live their separate lives.

Nobbs writes William Brown as an exceptional, shy sweet young man who becomes a brilliant lawyer. The way the character goes about protecting Amy during their final school year, to how he protects after the high school reunion is heroic. He goes to his 20th High School Reunion not knowing where his future lies. Nobbs does amazing writing in detailing how much William loves Amy no matter what.

Nobbs writes Amy Robinson as a sweet, ambitious woman who gets what she wants.. Making the character not only think about herself but think about the man she loves. Even with the choices she has made after leaving college, starting a new relationship, she will not let her love for William get in the way. Nobbs does great with the twist of events of how Amy has lived without her long lost love, William. Will Amy overcome her mistakes in the name of love?

In Chapter 29 Nobbs does a great job in writing how much Amy has gone through since they were last together nearly 20 years later. The feelings and expressions how much pain and heartache Amy went through since William went to Oxford. Starting in chapters 30 you will start seeing how Nobbs goes into some extreme writing on who exactly Amy is and why she is compelled in staying in her current relationship, with hope in sight with the exception of one person, William. Amy has had so much pain, living in fear, health problems and most of all her self loss. Such great detail of how William will go to the extreme to keep his true love Amy alive no matter what it takes.

I recommend this book to people that can relate with the struggles that a relationship goes through when they find their true love, and feel compelled in helping them however they can in order to keep them safe. One thing I must say, love is true and love at times fixes the most vital situation or situations. My favorite quote in the book is "Like the song says, It's always been you. And it always be. You'll be in my heart, Eternally and evermore."

4 Tea Cups!

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1 comment:

Marc Nobbs said...

Monica,

Thank you so much for such a wonderful review. I'm glad you enjoyed the book.

Marc

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