For Always by Danielle Sibarium

Story: The book begins when Stephanie is fourteen years old. Stephanie thinks she doesn’t fit in, but most important she believes she’s a death magnet. She becomes friends with Jordan, who’s an eighteen year old senior. With Jordan’s friendship she begins to feel like she belongs. Stephanie falls for Jordan and only trusts him with the truth about her father’s death. Jordan also has feelings for her, but because of her age, he does not pursue her. Stephanie decides she will wait for him to be ready to see her as more than a friend. On the night of her prom, Stephanie realizes that being with Jordan is more possible than ever, but then a tragedy happens that threatens to destroy any chance of them being together. Jordan blames Stephanie for what happened and pushes her away. It’s now time for Stephanie to be there for Jordan and help him realize they do belong together.

Our rating: 5 out 5 emotional stars

Review: Wow! What an amazing, sad, and beautiful story. We loved that this book took place over a four-year period. It was nice to see the characters grow throughout the book, while still holding on to their inner insecurities that come along with being a teenager. Stephanie broke our hearts, and made us remember what it was like to be a teenager. Now as amazing as this book is it did frustrate us many times, but in a good way. One minute you want to yell at Stephanie and Jordan and the next you want to hug them. You’ll find yourself rooting for them to be together. Danielle is an awesome writer who had us laughing one minute and crying the next. We really hope there’s going to be a sequel.

So grab yourself a box of tissues and read For Always


**We received this book for free by the author. We were not bribed or paid in any way for this review. **


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