Friday, February 14, 2014

Novella Review: Drew + Fable Forever

Drew + Fable Forever (One Week Girlfriend Quartet, #3.5)
Drew + Fable Forever by Monica Murphy
One Week Girlfriend Quartet #3.5
January 14, 2014
Bantam publishing
130 pages
Genre: New Adult Contemporary 17+
(contains: strong language, sex)
Source: Personal purchase
Book Blurb:
Fantasy. How I ended up with NFL player Drew Callahan, the guy every woman wants, is beyond my wildest dreams. All I know is that once he chose me as his one and only, I sure wasn’t looking back. I had past wounds and he showed patience and concern—even taking responsibility for my messed-up kid brother. Now, once again, he’s found a way to blow my mind: an exotic wedding and honeymoon miles and miles away from home. What else could a girl ever ask for?

Reality. Now the honeymoon’s over. Drew’s football schedule takes him on the road constantly, while I need to stay put and look after my brother until he finishes high school—because God knows our sorry excuse for a mother won’t. I know Drew loves me with all his heart, and I’ll always be over the moon about him. This just isn’t how I imagined our life as newlyweds . . . dealing with the distance, missing him all the time. But we’ve gone through hard times before. We can get through this, too, right? We’re Drew and Fable, together forever. At least I hope so. . . .
My Review:

I am a big fan of Drew and Fable, so this was a very enjoyable novella for me. If you are a fan of this couple and want to read about what happens to them over the next few years after the end of Second Chance Boyfriend, then I would recommend Drew + Fable Forever. Here we are treated to their happily-ever-after. Though things are not always easy for Drew and Fable, and their pasts still linger in the backs of their minds, watching these two work through the good and the bad is refreshing and lovely. I love how much they love each other unconditionally.

This novella treats us to milestone moments between Drew and Fable, and while a full novel would have been wonderful, these moments are well woven together, even when there are larger time gaps in-between. I loved seeing them grow in their relationship and mature as a couple, grabbing onto their future and not letting go. We also get to see more of Owen, which I loved. I loved seeing the bond between him and Drew grow, and I am very curious what his book will be like. Overall, if you are a fan of Drew and Fable and want to see what the next few years of their life are like after SCB, then this inexpensive novella is just the treat for you.
4-1/2 STARS

One Week Girlfriend (#1): My Review / Amazon
Second Chance Boyfriend (#2): My Review / Amazon
Three Broken Promises (#3): Amazon
Drew + Fable Forever (#3.5): My Review / Amazon
Four Years Later (#4): Amazon

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