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download the eBook Forever Too Far, Rosemary Beach: Book 3 by Abbi Glines online from Australia's leading online eBook store. Download eBooks from Booktopia. Forever Too Far by Abbi Glines - The #1 New York Times bestselling novel that concludes the story of Rush and Blaire from Fallen Too Far and Never Too Forever Too Far. A Rosemary Beach Novel. By Abbi Glines. Trade Paperback. eBook. Compre o livro Fallen Too Far na confira as ofertas para livros em inglês e Fallen Too Far (Tempting Too Far Novel) (English Edition) e mais milhares de eBooks estão disponíveis na Loja site. . Forever Too Far.

Blaire believed in her fairytale… but no one can live in a fantasy. Her love for Rush and desire to have a family keep her believing that they can find a way for this to work. Until she has to make the right decision for her and the baby.

Even if it breaks her heart. Can they find the forever that they both want or has it all just gone… too far? You could say her second job is the Glines Kids personal chauffeur. Book Review: Abbi glines you Rock as usual!! This book was beyond mind blowing and exciting. I got so much more for all characters involved.

BUT let me say Blaire by far has become one of my favorite female characters of this year. Blonde southern badass, pickup trucking driving, shotgun carrying under the seat of her truck true epitome of a southern belle, country style.

Man I miss Louisiana , deer camps and 4 wheelers.

Yes you can take the girl out the country but you can't take the country out the girl. If you haven't read books 1 and 2 of this series please stop reading this review now. This book was a part 3 to rush and Blaires story. I mean seriously?? That was just annoying. Third, the abrupt ending.

Not even going into that one. I wanted a freaking grand epilogue, okay! I could care less about Woods and Della! They're going to have their own book! I was totally bummed! Fans of Abbi Glines will no doubt love this one. The things I mentioned above are personal and as I have said, I enjoyed reading it in spite of the issues. View all 25 comments.

It starts right up where it left off in "Never Too Far". I love this couple so much Rush grew up alot in this one and he is truly devoted to Blaire. The only negative about the book is Nan. She was just as nasty in this book as she was in the first. She needs to GO That part WAS easy. But then I got TO know her. She was so determined when SHE should have been beat down. I admired HER. I WANT everyone to know.

NEVER doubt that. I'll marry her and spend the rest of my life doing everything I can to make her smile. NEVER let it go. Well, I won't give up on us Even if the skies get rough I'm giving you all my love I'm still looking up And when you're needing your space To do some navigating I'll be here patiently waiting To see what you find 'Cause even the stars they burn Some even fall to the earth We've got a lot to learn God knows we're worth it No, I won't give up I don't wanna be someone who walks away so easily I'm here to stay and make the difference that I can make Our differences they do a lot to teach us how to use The tools and gifts we got, yeah, we got a lot at stake And in the end, you're still my friend at least we did intend For us to work we didn't break, we didn't burn We had to learn how to bend without the world caving in I had to learn what I've got, and what I'm not, and who I am I won't give up on us Even if the skies get rough I'm giving you all my love I'm still looking up, still looking up.

Well, I won't give up on us no I'm not giving up God knows I'm tough enough I am tough, I am loved We've got a lot to learn we're alive, we are loved God knows we're worth it and we're worth it I won't give up on us Even if the skies get rough I'm giving you all my love I'm still looking up "It's all TOO far. I want YOU right here beside me View all 57 comments. This should be their happily ever after, but is it really? Or will Rush continue to put Blaire and his son second? Blaire isn't sure if Nan will finally get what she wants and end the relationship she has with Rush.

The question is, can she live without him? Or will they get their forever? Even though he was kinda stupid sometimes, falling for the same crap over again, I still loved him! He is the best father ever. He was so funny how overprotective he became.

But he was also so sweet and just amazing! OMG his friggin song! I'm glad I decided to listen to it when it showed up in the book. If you want to listen to it which I am sure you will want to do , click on the link below: I'm so damn proud of the fact you're going to be the mother of my son. It was all a misunderstanding. Had she stayed and talked it out, things would have been different. But still, I love how badass she can be. She also was so supportive and caring to Rush, no matter how she was feeling.

Blaire, she was one awesome mommy. Seeing her and Rush interact with their child was so freaking sweet! It made me smile so much and feel all warm and fuzzy. What ruined this book for me, was a certain person. You know who I'm talking about.

I'm talking about the "one who should not be named", and no it's not Voldemort. It's Nan. I still don't like her, and I don't even feel sorry for her. I'm sure my opinion will never change. She continued to be a bitch and tried to manipulate Rush. I was hoping she would change, but now even if she did, I still wouldn't like her. Another thing that didn't fit well into the story for me, was that Blaire's father had another BIG secret!

I was completely blindsided. I was not expecting it. I mean, how many freaking secrets does he have? It was a bit odd for me and really only to be mentioned a few times in the book. It seemed rather unimportant to even mention it.

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But maybe Abbi is planning a book on that. It was a good ending for Blaire and Rush. There were a lot of such great moments. I definitely felt so happy for the new member of their family. But the actual ending of this book, was rather abrupt.

I was kinda left thinking "This is it? Am I missing pages? Still, it was a good read, and if you are a hardcore Rush and Blaire fan, you should definitely check it out. Rush you truly Won me over!! I was drooling for Rush the Entire book!! I anyone whose reading this book is obviously following this series and knows Blaire is pregnant with Rush's baby. That part was easy.

But then I got to know her. She was so determined when she should have been beat down. Her life had given her shit and she was fighting to live. I admired her. Then I got a taste and I was sunk. He treats Blaire like a queen, makes her feel loved, loves her too the moon and back.

The only problem is that Spoilt little shit Nan!!! So as usual Nan starts performing after finding out who her real father is Kiro and in a desperate attempt to get attention from him she freaks out and makes a scene most times. The only problem is that Nan is super jealous of Blaire and thinks she stole him away from her. Also Nan is super jealous of Kiro's other daughter. My feelings towards Nan: This book ends up being a tug of war of Rush who wants to be there for both of them. He misses out on an important situation because as usual his dealing with fcuking Nan and doesn't answer his bloody phone when he needs to!!

Blaire was really awesome in this book and she didn't irritate me like the last book so I was overjoyed!!! Yes he does redeem himself!!! Every single thing Rush did after that took my breath away!!!!

Your mom was special enough that her memory stuck with me" My only problem was that I didn't read Woods book so didn't know who the hell was Delia or whoever those people were?! I'm actually sad we've come to the end of Blaire and Rush: View all 30 comments.

Apr 26, DKristin rated it really liked it Shelves: It definitely could have been better. I think we all would have liked a little less Nan, but overall I am glad that Abbi Glines decided to listen to her fans and write this. I think it was a lovely ending for Blair and Rush and after it stopped focusing so much on Nan it was really sweet and cute.

I am really excited now for Grants story even though I know that means that I am going to have to hear more about Nan Harlow similarly to Della seems like a character you can't help but to i It definitely could have been better. Harlow similarly to Della seems like a character you can't help but to instantly love. I am glad to have gotten a sneak peak of what to expect there. I am also looking forward to the follow up to Twisted Perfection.

I really enjoyed that one. Overall, I think Abbi Glines books get better the more she writes them I will remain a loyal fan because as I have said in the past there is something about her books that is just comforting it's a guilty pleasure that you know will stir up your emotions but not too much.

Sometimes you just need a quick story, with some hot sex, and a glass of wine to escape to for a little while. Abbi Glines is the queen of that. If I am in a book funk I know I can turn to an Abbi Glines book to help settle me down and help me move on to the next story. May 10, Jen rated it really liked it Shelves: On the other hand, something was missing and it took me a while to figure out what it was.

No bueno, Rush. No bueno. Are you there, Abbi? Please give Nan the figurative bitch slapping she deserves and soon! Feb 09, Kuroneko rated it really liked it.

I'm giving this 4 stars just because I love Rush and Blaire. Honestly I'm a bit disappointed with this 'last' book, you know the feeling when you love the first book so much you get too excited and you expect TOO MUCH on the next books? I expected too much but in end it felt like it did not meet my expectations. There's hardly any conflict in this book, it's just the same psychoNan drama, Blaire running away Rush chasing her, promising this and that and then sex and se I'm giving this 4 stars just because I love Rush and Blaire.

There's hardly any conflict in this book, it's just the same psychoNan drama, Blaire running away Rush chasing her, promising this and that and then sex and sex. I do still love this book, atleast we get to see Nate and in some way Rush and Blaire's relationship matured. I guess my mixed feelings for these books started because of my disappointment over Della yep! Della I don't know, I just hate how Woods' book turned out and he ended up with Della, don't think she's heroine material and good enough for Woods.

Harlow, Harlow, Harlow!!!! Thank God!!! I thought the petition against Nan was hopeless.. I am so looking forward to your book. Now it makes me wonder if Abbi did plan this all along or she really intended Grant to end up with Nan at first but then changed her mind because of all the fans' violent reactions..

Grant, atleast it is safe to assume you're now saved from Nan.. Hopefully we get to see more Rush Blaire Nate in your book.. View all 13 comments. I felt like they matured in this book, progressed in their relationship and transitioned into fully functioning adults. Loved the insight into Della and Woods' story, interesting tidbit there at the end.

Personally although I thought Kiro was a self indulgent asshole, I felt like Nan brought it on herself with all her shrieking and whining I also thought what she did the day in the hotel was ridiculous and she wasnt doing it seriously, she did it for attention - or she wouldnt have phoned Rush. Altogether I really enjoyed the book, the writing was fantastic, the characters were engaging, the plot was the perfect levels of drama and fluffy romance: Why am I the one being dealt this crazy shit?

Small miracles. Do you hear him? I walked over to her and grabbed both her hands. You gotta calm down so we can all talk. Let me talk. Once she was seated I turned back around to look at Kiro. He was taking another long swig from the rum. The man needed to stop drinking and eat something. You could see his ribs. His fetish with leather went beyond furniture. He wore it too. The leather pants he had on were hanging on his tattooed hipbones. I immediately shivered and Rush stopped and wrapped his arms around me.

Dean finally stopped walking and looked back at me. His eyes slowly took me in and I could see the moment he noticed my stomach. Blaire this is Dean Finlay, my father. That was odd. Was he embarrassed to tell his dad? I felt sick at my stomach and started to ease away from him. His arms tightened their hold on me and I could feel his attention focused completely on me.

I shook my head but my body was still tense. I was making a scene. Dean was going to think I was a whinny princess. This review contains spoilers! Also if you haven't read Woods' book Twisted Perfection , I'd strongly suggest you do so before reading this book.

This book gives away spoilers from things that happened in Woods' book!

Rush and Blaire lead him outside to talk away from all the people around. Rush introduces Blaire to his dad and it's then that Dean notices Blaire is pregnant.

I wasn't sure how he felt about that because there was no emotion on his face. Blaire felt sick over the idea that Rush hadn't told his dad about her or the baby. Rush could sense a change in Blaire, and told his dad he was taking Blaire to the car and he could meet them at the house, since Blaire wouldn't tell Rush what was wrong in front of his father.

When they get in the car, Rush asks Blaire again what's wrong so he can fix it. She asks why he hasn't told his dad about her. And I knew he'd show up when I told him because he'd want to meet you. I wasn't ready for company just yet. Especially him. So, let's go see what brought him here before my mother finds out. I want you to myself. I don't like having my fucked up family around. Can't a dad come see his son when he wants to? You never come here. She's fucking insane. We need help.

Damn girl is raising hell. We can't get any rest. We finished up the tour two weeks ago and came back to LA to enjoy some down time.

She showed up and all hell broke loose. No one is getting any down time. Kiro doesn't know what to do with her.

Dad raised his eyebrows. Fuck no, she isn't staying there. She just shows up all the damn time. She's making demands and shit. Kiro has tried to smooth things over and form some sort of relationship with her but she won't let him. She won't listen and she Didn't go over well. Rush wants to disagree, but his dad cuts him off and says that both Rush and Blaire should come back to LA so he can get to know Blaire. When Dean asks when the baby is due and when the wedding is. Blaire says she's 20 weeks along.

She says they were going to marry in 2 weeks but she'd rather put it off so it's not weighing on Rush and let him deal with his family issues first.

Rush hated that idea. He wanted to get married and he hated her being Blaire Wynn while their baby grew inside her. He wanted her to have his name and everyone to know that he wants her and his baby. They end up waiting until after Thanksgiving until they go to LA. It's the first time Rush has ever had an actual turkey dinner for Thanksgiving. And he surprises Blaire by making arrangements for her dad to fly in for the holiday too.

It's Blaire's first Thanksgiving without her mom and she's happy to have her dad there. Dean tells Rush that Grant had been dating Nan for awhile. Rush is upset that Grant never told him about it, so he calls Grant to confront him. Grant says that part of him was falling in love with Nan. He said that Nan was done with him and he's not going to play her games anymore. To make a long story short- Nan is her usual bitchy self, not only is it directed at Harlow Kiro's other daughter , she's bitchy with Blaire because she thinks Blaire got pregnant on purpose, says Blaire is taking Rush away from her.

She even goes as far as to tell Rush one night when she's upset that Blaire was picking on her at the dinner table in front of everyone when Rush was in the other room, even though it was Nan initiating the argument and Blaire was only defending herself and her baby.

Rush believed Nan, which really pissed me off.

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Blaire never really got an opportunity to tell Rush what really happened because he had to keep running off after Nan. Nan ended up threatening to end her life twice. The second time she threatened to end her life, Blaire and Rush were in the middle of an argument because Rush was so stressed over everything, he was taking his frustrations out on her at the time, he got a phone call from Nan saying good-bye.

Of course, Rush goes off to help Nan. Meanwhile back at the mansion, Blaire has been having cramping and she just thought it was stress, she's seen so little of Rush she didn't get a chance to tell him about it. When she's out with Harlow by the pool she has severe enough cramping that she ends up crying.

Harlow convinces her to go to her doctor to get checked. When she's at the doctor's office, she notices she's bleeding slightly. While this is happening Rush is at the hotel Nan is at, trying to get Nan to answer the door, when that doesn't work, he has someone let him in.

Nan had overdosed. He's getting a phone call from Harlow at the same time the paramedics are there, and because he blames Nan's stress partly on Harlow at the time, he doesn't answer it and throws his cell phone across the room.

When he goes in the ambulence with Nan, he doesn't have his phone with.

The doctors keep Blaire for observation for awhile, she's unable to reach Rush and neither is Harlow. When she's released, she's supposed to stay away from stress, and make sure she's eating and drinking and getting rest. She's so hurt that Rush didn't answer her texts that she calls her dad and asks if she can come stay with him in Florida on his boat. The dad agrees, and she sneaks off and catches the first plane out. Rush calls his mom to come care for Nan, realizing FINALLY that he cannot help Nan anymore and he has his own family he needs to care for now, he also tells the doctors that he thinks Nan needs to be admitted somewhere after her suicide attempt.

He goes back to the hotel and finds his phone and all the missed texts from Blaire and one from Harlow saying that she took Blaire to the doctor and she's cramping and bleeding. Rush freaks out because he can't believe he wasn't there for Blaire. As he's rushing home, he calls Blaire's phone and it goes directly to voicemail, so he calls Harlow.

Harlow said that Blaire never came down to dinner and when she knocked on her door to bring her a plate of food, she didn't answer so Harlow left her alone to sleep. Rush told her to open the door and check on her.

When Rush gets back to the mansion, his dad and Harlow are in the foyer and he knows something is wrong. They tell him Blaire took off and left no note behind. Rush is panicking and trying to figure out why she'd just leave him without letting him know. I shook my head and walked inside. She can't be gone! Where would she go? That'd be my guess. You're a stupid fucker, just like me, son," Dean said with disgust in his voice before walking away. She was gone.

Every little trace of Blaire was gone. She'd needed me. Our baby had needed me and I'd been with Nan, again. I deserve to be left. I closed the door behind me before leaning against the wall and sliding down to the floor to weep. The fear of losing Nan had been terrifying but the idea of losing Blaire and my baby was unbearable.

I didn't deserve Blaire. I had promised her I'd always be there yet my family kept pulling me away. It was time I stopped letting that happen. But what if I was too late? I shook my head and wiped the tears from my face. I'd find her and I'd beg. I'd grovel. Whatever I needed to do I would do it.

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Then I'd never leave her again. For anyone. Rush ends up calling Blaire and she agrees to let him come down to Florida and spend time with her and her dad. Blaire meets a guy in his twenties they call Captain there. It's later revealed that Captain has a connection to Blaire's dad view spoiler [Her dad had a baby that was given up for adoption when Blaire's dad was 16 year's old- "Captain" is that boy that was given away- he's Blaire's half-brother hide spoiler ] Rush is determined to marry Blaire when they return to Rosemary.

He gives her 1 week before they will marry. Rush was so romantic when he'd send up gifts for her something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue and the notes to go with them.

Then the wedding was so romantic also. I was amazed at everything Rush had planned. They plan to go to his penthouse in Manhattan for their honeymoon. Blaire had never been to New York so it was a new adventure for her, but they also wanted the comfort of home and her obstetrician was going to set Blaire up with one there to check on her while they were away.

The book eventually skips ahead 3 months. Rush and Blaire are back in Rosemary. Blaire is about ready to give birth, she's due any day. Her water breaks in the club parking lot after she was there visiting. Luckily Rush was there playing golf with Grant so he was nearby to drive her to the hospital. She gave birth to a boy named Nathan Rush Finlay, or "Nate" for his nickname. It was cute how possessive Rush was of Nate and didn't want anyone else to hold him or be near him when they were at the hospital.

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As time goes on, eventually Nan shows up at Rush and Blaire's house. Rush is gone with Grant and Blaire lets Nan in out of respect for Rush since it's his sister. She's a total bitch and says Nate probably isn't even Rush's baby. Blaire is mad. She ends up leaving to go get her phone to call Rush, who immediately returns home when he learns Nan is there and isn't being polite to Blaire. Blaire goes to get Nate and is about to walk down the beach with him when Rush asks Blaire to bring the Nate in so Nan can see him.

Blaire is really unsure about the whole thing but Rush assures her. But if you want to go in there I swear to you that she will behave or I'll throw her out of this house. When Nan spun around to look at Nate, Blaire saw the moment she realized that each small feature was Rush's. Then she turns into a real bitch and I was really proud of how Rush handled it.

I stopped and took a step back bumping into Rush's chest. His arm came around me and he held me there. Be careful what you say to his mother.

Apologize for that last stupid ass remark or I'm going to walk you to the door. But he took a deep breath and lifted her hate filled eyes to me. She didn't mean it but the fact Rush had made her say it was worth it.

I went stiff as a board. If he told her yes I was marking a run for it with Nate. There was only so much he could ask of me. With you glaring at his momma like that I don't think she's gonna feel safe handing him over. But Blaire is his mother.

I don't let anything happen that she isn't comfortable with. If you want to see me I'm in town for a few days. I'm not up for anymore bonding with your little family here so keep that in mind. He never made that mistake again of putting anyone before them. To be honest, that's why it took me so long to decide what to rate this book.

I felt that if the author wanted us to have a sneak peek at Grant and Harlow's situation, then a sneak peek of Grant's book should have been added in AFTER this book was done. That's why I had such a hard time deciding whether or not to reduce my rating because of that, but ultimately- I decided to leave it at 5 stars which is what I would have given it if their POV wasn't in Rush and Blaire's book anyway- the only reason I did that is because Abbi never intended on having this 3rd book for Rush and Blaire, she was going to stop after the 2nd book- she wrote it for the fans of the series.

I figured I wasn't going to deduct for such a minor thing when she went out of her way for the fans of the series to write this 3rd book. I was annoyed with Nan throughout the book also, but she's always been a part of this series and I knew what to expect from her, so I wasn't going to let my irritation over her affect my rating either. Well that and the fact that Rush finally figured out Blaire and his baby should come first for him.

Apr 22, Catarina rated it it was amazing Shelves: Except that I completely love this book. A great ending in an awesome series. Engaged and soon to be parents they know this time is for good. There will be no more running away, no more problems between them.

So when Rush is once again put in the difficult position of having to take care of his sister and at the same time taking care of Blaire during her pregnancy, things start to get rough again. So she has to decide if she is going to live the fairytale or is sometimes love is nothing but a tale. As much as I love this new, romantic and caveman protective Rush, I kind of miss the old bad boy Rush. Luckily there were some really steamy moments where he was back.

Well, this was a great book and I loved to see their HEA. Half of the book was like a giant epilogue and I loved it. View all 32 comments. Jun 09, Angela Richardson rated it liked it. Am not gonna lie I struggled to give it 3 stars. To be honest, I think I lost a lot of my Rush Crush after the first book. He wasn't as cool as he used to be, and he has lost a lot of that original bad boy demeanor I use to find so hot from the first book. It's been going steadily downhill for me in these last two books, and although he is very lovey-dovey with Blair, it wasn't what I liked about him in the first place.

He has lost A LOT of edge. Perhaps it's from the way he chases a 3 stars. Perhaps it's from the way he chases after Blaire, but this book sunk my crush for him - big time! Sorry Rush boy! I also would have liked to have seen Blaire do a bit of chasing or begging for once too!

Or an epic fight between them! Something that was better than this flat lined effect I felt whilst reading this one. OH, and I was really annoyed that Blaire up and left Rush after not hearing from him on that 'one day'. I mean - I get she was disappointed and scared, but she is engaged to the guy and should have at least heard him out before she hopped on a plane and ran away. Bit dramatic and immature Blaire don't you think! I just hated that he wasn't angry she stuck around to at least 'talk' it out before running off.

That really pushed it down further for me. And then there was the storyline which just felt weak. So weak. That could have been wiped from the book completely and I wouldn't have noticed. And the ending.

I kinda wish I had Blaire's gun in that final scene with her at the end so I could have used it on myself - harsh but true So, Would I read it again - ummm - that's a solid NO. Am sure they will like it. This one didn't work for me.

View all 19 comments. Feb 10, Monisha rated it liked it Shelves: So, Abbi Glines has launched the new cover, a blurb,a release date and So, here it is Release date: June 10, So, Here we go Nan finally screwed things up for the last time and its over. Rush didn't know about it" My mouth dropped open as Dean's words sank in.

Grant and Nan? Didn't think that boy was stupid. The night breeze was cold now. Sorry, had to get it out of my system But I don't care View all 12 comments. Feb 06, Jamie rated it it was amazing. I hate for this series to end.. I've enjoyed Blaire and Rush so much. I would easily enjoy another book with them. Abbi G has a way of making each book fresh. I'm really looking forward to the spin off from this series with Grant and hopefully Harlow and also the next installment of Woods and Della Simple Perfection.

I'll definitely be re-reading this entire series again in the future View all 8 comments. Feb 15, Lindsay rated it it was amazing Shelves: Me reading this book: This series was a roller coaster. Book 1 was awesome. Book 2 was more middle of the road. Not as good as one and disappointing as a follow-up. But this book redeemed the series for me. It brought the ending up to a high note. This book was a proper ending. I loved everything about Rush and Blaire.

Yes, Rush still had is idiot moments that caused me to want to But it was only a couple times and he actually seemed to have his priorities straight in this book. She did what was best for her. Her only big mistake in my opinion was not leaving Rush a note or text. She had to think of herself and her baby and the best thing for her was to leave the situation and the stress she was under. All of that served as the perfect ending to their story. After the disaster that has been their parents in this series, it was nice to finally like one of the parental units.

In the last book I felt like is apology was too quick and the whole story line was wrapped up too quickly with Blaire forgiving him too quickly. Maybe I just hold grudges which I do but I would have liked to see him really make an attempt to make it up to her as opposed to Blaire instantly forgiving him. But…things worked out well in this book. Nan was just awful. And with this book she reverted back to her old self. And I hated her just as much as I did in the previous books.

I wanted her to fall off a cliff and into the ocean.

Or off the ends of the earth. I just wanted her to go away and never bother anyone ever again. There was one part of the Nan storyline that I was incredibly happy with. I would love to see more of her and I really hope she gets a story. I would definitely recommend this book to people. My Rush: Rush and Blaire: View all 18 comments. Feb 10, destini mia rated it really liked it.

The writing was engaging, you could easily relate to the characters, the story kept you turning the pages, and there was that promised HEA.

When you first looked at me I forgot to breathe that moment marked my hardened heart I vowed never to leave Rush promised her forever My first reaction: Like, what else can you freaking put them through? Never fear , Abbi Glines got creative. With all that sparkling personality we've seen, how could she not turn her life around? I mean, holy hell Nan is psycho. I was so frustrated with her!

I only have a few surviving strands of hair left on my head after all that hair pulling. Blaire is a freaking angel sent down from heaven with the patience of a saint because one look at Nanette, te lo juro por dios, this would have been me: Moving on, Rush was still as delectable as ever. Rush and Blaire have both come a long way since that first meeting at his house and you can just feel how strong their bond is. Just me.

It was more that everybody was getting in their way and they had to learn how to prioritize, especially Rush. It was about forgiving and opening up your heart once again and letting go of those who were holding you back.

I want you right her beside me… forever. View all 27 comments. Is there going to be a series on them 66 Jun 01, Forever too Far by Abbi Glines 9 24 Jul 25, Readers also enjoyed. New Adult. Young Adult. About Abbi Glines. Abbi Glines.

She never cooks unless baking during the Christmas holiday counts. She believes in ghosts and has a habit of asking people if their house is haunted before she goes in it. She drinks afternoon tea because she wants to be British but alas she was born in Alabama.

When asked how many books she has written she has to stop and count on her fingers. You can connect with Abbi online in several different ways. She uses social media to procrastinate. Other books in the series. Rosemary Beach 1 - 10 of 13 books.

Books by Abbi Glines. Trivia About Forever Too Far Quotes from Forever Too Far. Welcome back. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.June 10, I admired her. Nan story's line ruined this book for me Nan, you freaking loathsome, crazy-ass bitch, stop whining and get a life! English Number Of Pages: