The Problem with Forever (Harlequin Teen)
This is an absolutely magnificent book! This will be a fantastic summer vacation read for readers. The Problem with Forever starts with the protagonist who is a girl named Mallory “Mouse” Dodge. She learned at an early age that silence was the key to survival in the foster care system. Then, the story jumps where Mallory is homeschooled with loving adoptive parents. She decided to spend her senior year of high school at a public school. There, she meets Rider Stark, a childhood friend. Rider can be described as friendly and protective. Rider and Mallory still hold a strong connection toward each other. As their relationship grows, Mallory learns Rider still carries the horror of his past. Mallory is put an extremely difficult position as she watches Rider’s life spin out of control. She faces the major choice of speaking up or keeping silent on the truths that need to be heard, for the person she loves, and ultimately the life she desires.
The Problem with Forever has strong character development for Mallory and Rider, as readers will see their growth in life and in their relationship. I suggest to readers to prepare your heart for a roller coaster of love, happiness, and growth. I highly recommendThe Problem with Forever by Jennifer L. Armentrout for others to read.
Jennifer L. Armentrout