For You, Forever is book number seven in the number one bestselling romance series, The Inn at Sunset Harbor, which begins with For Now and Forever (book number one)!
Fall has arrived in Sunset Harbor, and as the town clears out, Emily Mitchell enters her second trimester. Their new rooms at Trevor’s house open for their first guests, while their new spa and restaurant open for business. All the while, they pursue their bid on the island, hoping to add yet another dimension to their life at Sunset Harbor.
Amy insists on throwing Emily a layette in New York City, and Emily returns to her old home, in shock at how much she has changed - and at the unwanted guests who show up. She is mortified to learn that there will be a new resident of Sunset Harbor - a NYC developer who will open a rival inn - and destroy Emily’s business.
Chantelle goes back to school, but her new grade is an unpleasant surprise, and as things don’t work out, the drama puts her into a tailspin.
Roy is getting sicker, and as the weather turns cold, he invites them all to a getaway in his home in Greece, and Emily, although worried for her growing baby, cannot refuse. It is a trip that will change all of them forever, culminating in a Thanksgiving none of them will forget.
For You, Forever is book number seven in a dazzling new romance series that will make you laugh, cry, keep you listening late into the night - and make you fall in love with romance all over again.
Book number eight will be available soon. Sophie’s new romance series, Love Like This, is now also available!
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The site of this book is supposed to be in the US.
The narrator of this series does NOT have an American accent of any sort. I think it must be English (Britain). It completely takes away from the series listening to a British accent and pronunciation since the location is supposed to be in Maine and the characters American. And every character sounds the same. It completely takes so much away from the whole series. So if you are only looking for the story and are able to tone out the narrator its a good series but if that's the case you might as well read it rather than listen. The only reason I finished the series was because I can never start and not finish.