Review: Finding Forever by Amanda Evans

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My Review for Finding Forever by Amanda J. Evans

This is the first book I’ve read from this author. From the very first chapter, I was hooked. We first meet Liz Parker ends up stranded on an island during her honeymoon, only to assume her husband has died. After running into some pirates, being lead my the ever-so-sexy John, Liz finds herself mixed in a suspenseful and drama-filled adventure that is full of twists. It’s a short read so I would have liked it to be a little longer, especially more romance.

Overall, I enjoyed this story and will recommend to anyone who’s a fan of suspenseful romance. Looking forward to reading more from this author.

Genre: Romance Suspense

Synopsis for Finding Forever by Amanda J. Evans

When love refuses to give up

I look at his face, the face of the man who holds my heart, my forever, only his heart has stopped beating.

A woman desperately searching for her forever….

Liz Parker thought she’d found her forever the moment she said “I do”, but fate had other ideas. Waking up with a tattered wedding dress and her dead husband in her arms was not the way she planned her honeymoon. Distraught, she promised she would follow him. Death wasn’t taking forever away from her. Of course, she hadn’t planned on being rescued by pirates either, or the fact that Charles’ body would be left to rot on the beach.

Two lives collide…

When Liz meets John, he becomes her only hope, her chance to bring Charles’ body home, but there’s something more. Why does he look at her with such pity? Why does he agree to help her when no one else will? Why won’t anyone believe that Charles exists?

Is Liz going mad?

Find out in Finding Forever the debut novella from Amanda J Evans. A blend of psychological thriller mixed with romance and unexpected twists. Finding Forever will prove to you that when you believe in love anything is possible.

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