Review: Promise Me Forever by Sarah Ashley Jones

Promise Me Forever is a follow-up novella to Promise Me This.

promise meJhett and Charlie’s relationship is thrust into the harsh reality of grief and loss. Pulled apart by forces beyond their control, Charlie must make a decision to push through her grief with or without Jhett. Charlie and Jhett make the choice to support one another. As they struggle to persevere through a dark season and overcome the life altering devastation of losing loved ones, they find invaluable strength in one another.   Taking a chance to believe in one another ultimately leads to Charlie and Jhett’s dreams coming true!

Promise Me Forever by Sarah Ashley Jones is an excellent beach read! Jhett and Charlie’s relationship starts out tumultuous and steamy, and evolves into an endearing romance.  I enjoyed following their sweet story from beginning to end.  – Jana

 

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sarah ashley jonesSarah Ashley Jones was raised in San Diego, California, but currently wrangles her husband and three dogs in Clarksville, Tennessee. When she’s not writing she works in a pottery studio and comes home covered in paint on a daily basis. She has a slightly unhealthy obsession with cupcakes and chapstick. She is an eternal optimist and can often be found dancing and singing to music at any given time. It’s rare to see her not smiling or laughing, but if you do, just bring her a cupcake and it will cheer her up. Her huge imagination was always in overdrive as a child and now she is beyond excited to put it to good use as an adult. She plans to write as long as she has stories that need to be told.

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