Review Where Forever Ends by K. Street

Friday, July 05, 2019

Title: Where Forever Ends
Series: Maplewood Falls #1

Author: K. Street
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: June 28, 2019


My life is split into two parts—then and now.

I was a wife.
Married to a man who was my world and the father of my child. Then, one day, half of my heart was ripped out of my chest.
I’m a widow.
A single mom who has spent the last nine months trying like hell not to drown in an ocean of grief.
I survive in the in-between, but surviving isn't the same as living, and I’m not sure what living looks like anymore.

That is, until Jase Turner, my older brother’s best friend and my former crush, comes back into my life.

We’re two people tethered together by strands of similar sorrow.

My husband had my past.

Jase wants my future.

And maybe where forever ends is just a different beginning.



“Time doesn’t heal all wounds, but when enough of it passes, it gets easier to breathe.” 

This was an emotional and poignant story,   Saylor was a strong heroine I was aching for her and her son. It’s a story about a woman moving on with her life after her husband’s death. It was an emotional journey.

Jase was sweet and I liked them together.They have a great chemistry together.

“Grief is constant but fluid. The form of it might be altered by the passing of time, but grief itself is infinite.”

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Author Bio

K. Street has been making up stories since she was old enough to talk and began writing at the tender age of eleven. She resides in central Florida with her husband and daughter, as well as a tiny menagerie of pets; including a dog, a cat, and a bearded dragon. K is a foodie with an affinity for coffee, peach Moscato, and dark chocolate. When she isn’t plotting her next story K enjoys reading, spending time with her family and cheering on her favorite hockey team, the Chicago Blackhawks.

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