Series: Stand by Me #2 (Can be read as a standalone)
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publication Date: January 18, 2016
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Praise for The Fiction of Forever
“It was fun in all the right spots, romantic when needed, and had me smiling throughout the entire read.”
~Mandy of I Read Indie Blog
“I couldn’t put this book down. The chemistry between the characters in this book is great.”
~ Kalpas Book Blog
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My Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
This was my first Brinda Berry book but will certainly not be my last! I devoured this book in one sitting. The story was beautifully written and refreshing original.
Kiley and Gunner go way back, realizing their attraction early on during high school, but fate rips them apart only to place them face to face again years later.
Only now she is engaged and he thinks she is a spoiled brat. Kiley’s fiancé is a prick. He expects her to kiss his ass while he goes off to become some big fancy lawyer.
Gunner owns a successful landscaping business and has been hired by Kiley’s dad to do some work at his mansion. Only thing is he wasn’t planning on haven’t to deal with Kiley, but he finds out that she isn’t the spoiled brat he thought she was as the two are forced to spend more and more time together.
After a huge fight Kiley tells her fiancé to kiss her ass and finds herself running into the arms of Gunner. There is only one problem…Forever. The reality show her dad owns. She has been casted as the matchmaker and the one and only Gunner Parrish will be the star bachelor this season. Her job is to find compatible women to pair him with.
Gunner unknowingly compares all of his potential dates to Kiley and finds them all lacking. After a huge public scandal Kiley and her matchmaking status is on the line as she forced to watch Gunner fall in love with someone else.
But the heart wants what it wants and in the end Gunner must choose.
Favorite Scene: The end (insert swoon)
I should tell her I need to wash my Jeep. Or organize my laundry. Or pick up a hooker. Anything but spend more time getting hypnotized by the poisonous rattler wearing a rock on her finger.”
Our chemistry promises the perfect storm, even when we’re a hundred yards apart. Everything about Kiley is so wrong but so right.”