My Kinda Forever (Summer Sisters #6) by Lacey Black
Alone. Everything changed for Meghan Summer that fateful February night. All she had, all she saw in her future, was stripped away in the blink of an eye. Even though she finds herself surrounded by her growing family, at the end of the day, there’s nothing but a gaping hole where her heart once beat. Or so she thinks…
Her. Nick Adams shouldn’t want her. First off, she’s his employee and friend, but more importantly, she’s grieving the loss of her fiancé. Even now, more than two years later, which is why it’s important he be there for Meghan as her confidante, without checking out her stellar ass. However, his heart is pulling him toward her…
Together. How do you move past the hurt and pain to forge a new normal? Can Nick and Meghan make a go of their connection? What happens when their newfound love is put to the ultimate test as another is brought in the mix: a ghost.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Ok. Before you even pick up this book, you’ve gotta be prepared. Tears. Lots and lots of tears! Good tears, bad tears, angry tears. Even a few confused tears. This book has them all, so keep the tissues handy, because they will be needed.
Meghan is the last Summer sister to be single, a situation that she never saw as a possibility. She had her happy life all planned out, sitting in front of her, and in a split second, her reason for living is gone. She doesn’t see a way to be happy again, doesn’t see how she can, or should, move forward, keep going, love again. She is lost, and isn’t sure if she wants to find her way out. Despite her amazingly supportive (crazy) family, she can’t see any possibility of a future other than her alone.
Nick is awesome! A dentist, he is Meghan’s boss, and has recently had his eyes opened to…..possibilities. Having had his own disappointing relationship, he knows he needs to be patient, and move slowly. As their relationship slowly morphs from co workers, to friends, he is there for her, exactly what she needs, when she needs it. He is just perfect!
This book is full of tears, but also full of family, and second chances, and hope. It’s not just another sad story, because of the support and love that is shown. It’s also so full of the crazy and laughs that we expect from the Summer family (yes, Grandma and Grandpa and all of the sisters made me laugh until I cried!) The emotions that come from this book are balanced between tears and laughs, and you just can’t help but love the Summer Clan!