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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Jay McLean is the author of the More Than Series, the Road series, and the Combative trilogy. Jay is an avid reader, writer. More Than Forever book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. -LUCY-There is a love so fierce it cannot be measured. A hea. More Then Forever* #4 Forever. Everlasting. Eternal. There is no measure of time. No sounds of the ticking of a More Than Forever - Jay McLean (4).epub.
Then there were times I needed a cold shower, and then tears were shed. I have not emotionally gut wrenching sobbed cried because of a book in so long. And my choice to chase her the second. A forever love. He shakes his head, then laughs and moves next to me. Each book in the series has been better than the last, and this is my favorite by far. Approx kindle pages.
Beyond adorable. His six-foot frame and the manly muscles that take residence there seem so out of place with his current demeanor. I want him to laugh with me, as if he finally realizes how ridiculous this entire thing is. Especially for him. I guess even big, macho jocks get afraid sometimes. He steps toward me, his fingers linking with mine. I pull back so I can see his face. His eyebrows pinch and his teeth clamp harshly around his bottom lip.
I kiss his cheek and start pulling him away, just enough so we can get a decent run up. I stop at a suitable spot and turn to him. He tilts his neck to either side a couple times, relaxing the muscles I can see pressing out of his tanned skin. I laugh, not at him, but at the situation. Taking his hand and gripping it tight, I face the edge. I jump. A resonating thud fills my ears. Loose gravel hits my shoulders. And I fall. Dylan A year and a half later. Maybe your lungs are dying. Quit smoking.
Dave chose to turn the tables that night… So, with Drunk Dad now in lock up it was on Dave or Davey, as his mom calls him to take care of shit. At barely eighteen, he found himself stuck with me twenty- four seven. He asked once why I chose this life. I told him a half- truth. I said I was avoiding. He said he was doing the same.
I was too much of a pussy to admit that his version of avoiding and mine were on completely different spectrums. Now here we are: Leroy shakes his head, never once looking back.
We open every door, flip over every piece of furniture. Dave and I eye each other in the small, dark kitchen —the only source of light coming from a crack in the pieces of wood nailed over the window. Gone is the frustration in his words, now replaced with something no one should hear, let alone show.
Especially here. Amidst a fucking war.
I walk past him, nudging his elbow with mine as I do. We walk side by side through the narrow hallway, our weapons drawn, until we get to the other side of the house. Then another voice. A different one. One of a kid. Five of my brothers cramp in the space, all facing the corner just to my left, their weapons aimed, fingers on their triggers. My gaze quickly moves to their target—to a boy no more than twelve holding a semi-automatic, his eyes frantic as his weapon moves from my brothers to me.
I was wrong. The air is thicker here. Only here would this situation make any fucking sense. I smiled, fell in love, relived first times, and cried so hard. But, I loved it all despite the hurt. They had so many ups and downs throughout their years together, but their love only got stronger. I loved it! The ending and epilogue were beautiful. Like I mentioned before, this is now my favourite of the series. I just can't stop saying how much I truly loved this book.
So, you are just going to have to read it for yourself. Now, I can't wait to read he next! View all 40 comments. Sep 10, Wendy rated it it was amazing Shelves: While I am waiting for some awesome books to be released, I am re-reading some all time favorits of mine. This one is definitely in my "all time" top 5. I have read this book so many times already, yet it never gets old. The reason I am so in love with it, is because it gave me so many feels One minute I was laughing my ass off and the next is was crying my eyes out.
Laughing, crying, cursing, swooning I loved every single second of it. These two were the best!! So let me introduce you ; Lucy is just a teenager 15 when her life completely changes, when her mother dies. She is trying her best to keep her family together, but everything is falling apart.
Because this is when Cameron comes in. Even at 15 years old, this boy stole my freaking heart. He is her little brothers baseball coach and he also goes to the same high school. He has seen Lucy aroud and he knows she is struggeling. From the moment he saw her, he knew that she was it for him and he tries his very best to be the rock that she needs His eyes drift shut. He lets out a groan. And then I touch it. What I also loved about this book was the supporting cast.
Cam's mother was amazing, but it was his stepdad Mark that blew me away These two might have been young when they started their relationship, but they knew exactly what they were feeling and what they wanted. It was awesome watching them grow older and Lucy A book geek with a big mouth!! They go of to collage and hat's when the troubles start. My heart broke into a million pieces reading about them struggeling.
I know Cameron didn't mean to, but he still brok her heart I didn't hate him though I could never hate him.
Because the last thing I ever wanted was to hurt her. He will never give up on Lucy. These two are real soulmates, I don't think one would be able to survive without the other I would!!!! This review is posted on Wendy's Wycked Words View all 20 comments. Nov 20, Brandi rated it it was amazing Shelves: It was beautiful, heartbreaking and hopeful. When Lucy's mother passes, she is struggling to hold on, helping care for her brothers and dealing with her own grief.
Enter Cameron. He is determined to help Lucy. I'm so pre-occupied reading her. They were so ad 5 stars "You still make my world stop, Luce. They were so adorable, I loved everything minute. But as time passes, they face new challenges, life is not as easy as it once was. Watching them struggle, broke my heart.
The pain and the loss that they experience. It hurt. Through everything, their devotion to each other never wavered. They struggled, yes. But their love for each other always shined through. I absolutely adore this series and highly recommend it to everyone!
View all 59 comments. Oct 12, Seena Seena rated it it was amazing Shelves: My review will be a jumble of thoughts because I only just finished the book and all my emotions are running inside my head! Firstly, Jay McLean once again has delivered a book so perfect, enough silly, enough smiles, enough laughs, enough drama and most of all enough love. Before you even open this book, you MUST read the previous 3 titles in the series: Anyway, back to the story We start off when L My review will be a jumble of thoughts because I only just finished the book and all my emotions are running inside my head!
We start off when Lucy was only the wee little age of And the first few chapters of this book absolutely broke me! I have not emotionally gut wrenching sobbed cried because of a book in so long. The first few chapters hit to close to home for me, but McLean does it justice and has so beautifully written a very hard emotion. But McLean you broke me for a little while there!! But it was all worth it, because as Cam mended our Lucy together, I felt as though he mended me in the process.
And Cam, my god there are no words I can use to express the sheer fabulosity that is Cam! When he steps up and faces Lucy's father for her, I absolutely melted for him. That line he says when Lucy laughs for the first time after her mother dies, "You make my world stop, Lucy.
And the feelings! It's a crazy roller coaster ride! I don't drink but I felt like a needed a drink on more than one occasion! Even though you know going in that they had love from the start, it was not an easy ride for them.
At first loss and heartache! Then the firsts! And then the funnies! And then the insecurities! And then a certain picture was drawn and I have never felt so much betrayal while reading a book! I was so emotionally upset, that I had to stop! And then the hurtful words were said! And then the most saddest, heart wrenching heartbreak ever! And that stupid no good for nothing Roxy!
Hands down, McLean can make you hate a character so much that I actually hate the name Roxy now! That thing needed to be bitch slapped! She was just a total Bitch and heartless cow! AND then your heart stops. Because you realize that you now have to wait for the next book. Like a years wait! But McLean will give us some new goodness in the coming months to tide us over until our next installment of the MORE series. View all 5 comments. Jan 05, Geri Reads rated it it was amazing.
They were the quintessential high school sweetheart. Which is also why I was nervous starting this book because no relationship is that perfect, right? And really, what if Jay McLean would ruin their story for me…forever? Turns out, my fears were utterly unfounded.
Not only is their story perfect, their lo 5 Cam and Lucy stars! Not only is their story perfect, their love for each other is even more breathtaking than I could ever imagine. This book gave me everything; love, angst, jealousy, humor—oh, God, the humor—and then some.
I was utterly captivated by Cam and Lucy together. Cameron Cameron is an artist. That sums up Cam perfectly. He is just awesome. Lucy If heartbreak had a face, hers would be it.
I love Lucy. She's funny but there's an underlying sadness in her character that I found endearing. She carried the entire world in her shoulders when her mom died. She was forced to grow up very fast. She was utterly alone until Cam. It was a heartbreaking time for Lucy who just lost her mother to cancer. A year old girl suddenly left alone with a big responsibility of taking care of her younger brothers after her own father suffered a breakdown of sorts. Watching them fall in love was just amazingly sweet.
I also enjoyed seeing Lucy and her family especially her brothers. It was full of angst. Some of the things that happened to Cam and Lucy broke my heart.
They knew they were going to be forever. They know they love each other very much but sometimes life happens. They had to go through some rough periods in their relationship. It hurts to read about them but the end result was even better.
They certainly did come out of better people and stronger together. I thought Logan and Amanda was my favorite in the series.
Turns out, I was wrong. This is, without a doubt, my favorite in the series. View all 28 comments. Cameron promised her forever, but will their forever be possible? When Ive highlighted half the book I know Ive got myself a winner. This book has everything I love: Granted I would have liked a little more L 5 stars With the stress of looking after 6 brothers, Lucy finds a little hope in Cameron.
But all those small issues didnt matter to me because the romance between these two were adorable and heart clenching. My fav couple of the series. ARC provided by the Author View all 34 comments. Jennifer Kyle. It just makes her books that much more fun.
If someone gives me more than a minute I am going to be pulling my book out to read even just a page or two. I picked up reading again after college as a distraction and became addicted again. Lucy reads for the same reason: Her mother is dying and she is eldest child and only girl in a family of seven children. Lucy is my favorite female character in this series for many reasons: We share the same love of books, B.
She is so freaking funny, C. She loves with all her heart and takes care of everyone else. Did I mention drunk Lucy is a sarcastic bitch? So yes, I love Lucy. Cam was immediately drawn to the girl who was seemed like she was in her own world, oblivious to things going on around her. While he wwas present he mostly drank and left Lucy with the burden of caring for them. Cam takes it upon himself to step up and help her.
Through this they build a friendship that eventually turns into love. Do you think that is normal? To feel that? To be sixteen and feel like your life begins and ends with one person?
I loved seeing a young Lucy and Cam. I loved seeing their connection and how much Cam loved Lucy and wanted to take care of her. Their connection and story is pretty picture perfect, but things begin getting more difficult as they grow up. They are in college, pursing different careers, working different schedules and real life begins to get in the way.
I will be honest seeing Cam and Luce experience real life really broke my heart. I know we have to have conflict to have a book and I know that it wouldn't be very realistic for things to continue on perfectly, but damn. Lucy and Cam are not perfect people, they are just two people who decided a long time ago to love each other forever. In the end, I absolutely loved this one. I wish somethings had been different, but I have to give credit where it is due.
I am a huge fan of Jay McLean and highly recommend this one. View all 35 comments. It's forever. And just let me warn you In Lucas' book, we find out how happy and in love Lucy and Cameron are but I was really intrigued as to how they got there being so young.
I really wasn't prepared for this intense romance at age fifteen! Cameron coaches baseball for a c 4. Cameron coaches baseball for a couple of Lucy's brothers and he sees her in the bleachers and is immediately smitten.
However, Lucy's life takes a tragic turn and when Cameron sees her Lucy's not too sure about Cameron and what he wants and she can't really spend the time contemplating it. She has her hands full and then some. Cameron makes it easy on her though but it's really their nightly phone calls that connects them. A little drama helps put things into perspective. I was really amazed at how "wise" Cameron was and how he keeps coming up with ways to help Lucy.
I loved their time at the river and how Lucy was able to pay that forward. Soon they're in a full fledged relationship but Lucy wants to take the physical side slow which is a good thing.
This book is jam packed with so many events and situations that it was good to have something slow! And at fifteen, it was nice to have them wait a bit. That certainly doesn't mean that these two don't experiment. It was funny reading about Cameron being so assured with some things and totally inexperienced with others! Thank goodness for Cameron's Mom's boyfriend, Mark.
I loved the relationship between Cameron and Mark and all their antics. Before I knew, these two were off to college and that's where the real angst started.
Holy cow I knew there would be trouble but I had no idea to the extent. And I don't blame Cameron for any of it except one thing That hurt my heart!
I haven't even scratched the surface to what these two go through. Some things weaken them and some strengthen but it is one wild ride. I enjoyed getting to know the other couples from the More Than series and if THIS book is close to any of their books, I will be in hog heaven.
I've heard Logan's not Lucas' brother book is really angsty and I cannot wait! I already knew how things worked out but I still loved it all the same. It was a great finish! View all 16 comments. I mean I could lie, I could tell you it was the first time we had sex, or the first time she laughed. But I don't know This is the kind of book that leaves you in a rut after reading, and I'm definitely there right now. The first half of the book is the past. It's from when they first meet and most of their high-school years.
It was the sweetest, nicest, the mostfuckingamazing thing I've read in a longassmofo time. This was pretty much me the entire first half: I am not lying when I say I had to get up and pee in the middle of the night while I was reading this, because otherwise I'd have pissed all over my bed.
I was crying, and then I was laughing and then I was doing both at once. And then the dreaded second half comes along. I was terrified to continue, because nothing good lasts forever. Jay Mclean eased us into it, rather than throw in the reader headfirst in a pile of horseshit. Even though the shit that was happening was fucked up, the character from whose POV that was written somehow justified it all for me.
Dramatic irony at its finest right here people. So of course, I was bawling my eyes out again. Cam had me swooning, pretty much the entire time. He's not an asshole - not intentionally, at least; he was the good guy from the very beginning. He didn't have to try to make fall for him; I was a goner from the prologue. No she's not named after the song, but I have the song stuck in my head right now She's my main bitch.
My 1 Girl. I fucking love her to pieces. She can do no wrong. I am absolutely a million percent biased when it comes to her, because she is fucking real to me.
She's the kind of girl that you would encounter in real life, and the fact that she has such an amazing lovestory is what makes me love her. You know what the best part of reading this book was? I could see this happen in real life. Every aspect was just so terrifyingly real that it gives the commonfolk, the hopeless romantic, the cynic all believe in love. Cam and Lucy are one of my favorite couples of all time, and I can see them making it through to the other end if this were to be reality.
This book had me bawling my eyes out the entire time I was reading it. It had me in all kinds of tears: This book made me feel like no other. I have never been so gutted to finish a book. I am on my knees begging for this series to continue, and please please please write her brothers' stories. Lucas, since he's the closest in age to them, and Lachlan - damn, the cutie! I seriously want my own Lachlan. And Little Logan. I also can't help but mention, I've never laughed as much as I did in this book while reading a sex scene.
Just a heads-up if you've yet to read it. That dialogue - goodness, pure gold! I'm not sure, but I think the next book is about Dylan? Please please please. If not Dylan, the Lucas. More Than Enough is its title, and the little "blurb" full of questions has me intrigued. Not being able to read more of their story will be a physical ache for me, so please don't leave me hanging. On the same note, can we please get an extended epilogue for these two?
Or a little novella, or something about them in the future? It had me laughing out loud so many times. Then there were times I needed a cold shower, and then tears were shed. I almost felt like I was in despair during the periods of gut wrenching angst. Through it all, there were many moments of swooning over Cam!! Cam and Lucy are both fifteen and attend the same high school when they meet.
Lucy has just lost her mother to cancer and is deeply depressed and is forced to act as the caregiver to her six younger brothers since her dad is so devastated by her mom's death, that he mentally checks out for a bit. Cam is instantly drawn to her and just starts showing up at her house. He offers to help her with watching over her brothers.
At first she is resistant but soon she gives in to Cam. He helps her to get through the pain and gives her the feeling of hope. Lucy soon becomes attracted to Cam. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us.
And they did. They ruined us and turned our dreams into nightmares. But now we're back.
And we're fighting. A heart so strong it will never slow. There is a promise so sure it can never lie. He promised me that love forever. Even when it wasn't enough. There is no measure of time. No sounds of the ticking of a clock. Just the rising and falling of the sun. And our own sense of forever.