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Saving Forever

(The Ever Trilogy #3)

4.06  ·  Rating details ·  4,093 ratings  ·  473 reviews
Ever and Cade,

Sorry I vanished like I did. I’m not sure I can even explain things. I don’t know when I’ll be back. IF I’ll be back. I’m not sure of anything, except that I love you, Ever. You’re my twin, my best friend, and leaving you was the hardest thing I’ve ever done. I know you don’t understand. Maybe you never will. I hope you don’t, honestly. It would b
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Published February 14th 2014 by Jasinda Wilder
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OMG and not in a good way.
Spoilers BIG FAT ONES so if you don't want to know stop now......
Spoiler rant approaching, getting closer, closer.....
And .....begin rant:
WTF. First Eden gets away with everything, doesn't even get yelled at or have it out at all with Ever. She gets a man and a marriage and gets to enjoy her life with no consequences or responsibilities. ( I'll get to the 'no responsibilities in a bit)
She sinks her claws into a man who is sad and lost his wife while
Wow! This series has been one screwed-up, emotional ride! I'm still trying to come to terms with everything that transpired in book 2. I definitely have a love/hate relationship with Eden and Cade. I'm not sure if I want to hug them or punch them.

This book tells all of their stories, running in parallel. Eden has "ran away" to her mother's old lake cabin. While she tries to bury her shame and reinvent herself, she befriends Carter, who is also living with the tremendous burden of guilt. As thei
Geri Reads
I promise myself I won't go off the rails with this review but I really can't help it. This book just made me sad. :(

First, Jasinda Wilder will always be one of those authors who will push the envelope, and chuck the rule book on romance writing out the window. I admire that but more often than not, it can either be a hit or miss with most readers. And this one was big miss for me.

Second, I started this series with a full knowledge of its controversial "themes" so to speak. So in a
My first thoughts after finishing this book, REALLY? That's some BS.


Let me start by saying that I am one of those readers that couldn't give two shits about saving these relationships so if you're one of the people that want the HEA for everyone then
Oct 13, 2013 rated it really liked it
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After it’s all said and done, this nerve wracking trilogy is over. The first book, I really loved it. It kept me interested and I fell in love with Ever and Caden. Their story touched me. The second book. Holy hell. I have no words. It messed with my head and my emotions. This third book wasn’t quite as angsty or hard to read as the second, and we get a lot of closure. Written from the point of views of not only Eden and Ever, but Caden and Carter, too, you really get to see whats going on fro
Mar 05, 2014 rated it did not like it

Well this was a disappointment. I finished this one quick as I skipped a lot of the chapters dealing with Carter and Eden. Eden did not deserve a HEA and I had no interest in reading about her finding love and redemption. Fuck her!

As I said in my review of book 2, I don't mind infidelity in fiction. But I need to see fallout and consequences. Infidelity destroys lives and I was hoping this book would deal with the consequences of Caden & Eden's betrayal in a realistic fashion but this was not the
Jan 27, 2014 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition

I skipped most of Eden and Carter's story because I have never disliked a character so much and didn't really care what happened with her. I just wanted to know how it ended. and i didn't like it So this book gets one star from me.
Feb 14, 2014 rated it it was ok
2.5 stars. I'm not really sure how I feel about this book or series.

I hated the second book but wanted to see how things would end. I guess they ended okay. I didn't buy into the HEA though. Ever was made into this saintly character that had an unbelievable forgiving ability. I was blown away that after the truth finally came out, all it took was a week and then BAM! Caden and Eden are forgiven completely by Ever. It felt like what happened didn't really matter and I hated that. To t
❤ Alex is❤ Loving-This-Book ❤
I am giving this book 1 start because I didn't connect with the story or the characters.

My most hated quote:

"I just want to forget it ever happened, in some ways. But in other ways? It was all that kept me sane" - Caden

Yep, I don't think Caden feels regret...

(view spoiler) ...more
Feb 15, 2014 rated it did not like it
Shelves: cheating
I do not understand the glamorization of cheating in some of the YA/NA books I've read.

No honor among thieves and all. I could not believe the excuses both Eden and Cade used to justify the unjustifiable. No, it is not okay to cheat because you're scared and lonely and you're afraid your wife/twin sister is going to die.

Neither character showed any ethical backbone. They were narcissistic people who rationalized all their actions. Guess what? We all do have control over our actions and the abi
Stephanie D
Feb 16, 2014 rated it did not like it
Whoa!!! I honestly am surprised with all the four star. I mean, all the emotional stuff tugs the heart strings, but seriously???????? The second book was like.... Whoaaaaaa!!! And I honestly expected repercussions from those actions!!!!! Not sainthood!!!! I know I'm too emotional right now. But seriosuly.. The husband and twin sister??? I know, all the emptiness.. Blah blah blah.. The guilt. Atleast caden's character stuck. But Ever??? I am soooo disappointed at her. You cannot imagine your life ...more
Feb 21, 2014 rated it did not like it
I was so very disappointed in this conclusion to the Ever Trilogy. I loved the first book, accepted the second (even if it made my stomach turn) then was looking forward to the angst, emotions, turmoil, guilt, groveling, redemption, and finally love conquering all ending. We got some angst, there were emotional scenes, definitely thoughts of guilt and inner turmoil, but really no redemption. I needed Caden and Eden to earn their HEA, earn forgiveness, earn the right to still be in Evers (and rea ...more
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Haven't read the first two books? Read my spoiler free review of The Ever Trilogy, the full series:

To read my review of Forever & Always (The Ever Trilogy, #1) go to:

To read my review of After Forever (The Ever Trilogy, #2) go to:

Wow! Oh my God. What a trilogy! This one will stay in my heart and my mind for a long, long time!


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So, I seem to be dishing out 5+ stars like milk and cookies at the moment. I'm so hesitant to do it because I feel like ifCARTER!!
Feb 15, 2014 rated it did not like it
I am at loss for words, can not really describe how i feel.

Spoiler alert:

At the end I really waited Ever to thank Eden for taking care of Cade while she was in coma and being a surrogate mother for her!

If Cade would have pushed Eden as much as he did to Ever in this book, we totally be discussing different topics.

And finally Eden has really short memory about her affair with Cade because it was some confused story that she told Carter. How ca
Ugly and repulsive defines this series. Someone said this is the anti love story. I'd say it's a 101 on how to be the best cheater of all. And worse: makes us women look like doormats, brainless, stupid weak. Who would forgive their sister and husband having lots of sex together with a pregnancy in the package? Ohhh.. but she was in a coma. They were grieving. Really. Selfish despicable people. And for the female mc to forgive?! Honestly, I hope she gets betrayed again. In real life I'd expect i ...more
Feb 16, 2014 rated it did not like it
!!!!!!!SPOILER ALERT!!!!!!!
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!!!!!!!SPOILER ALERT!!!!!!!

I don't know how to review this book. I give it 1 Star because Ever character. I admit that I skipped Eden's POV. I just read Ever, Caden and Carter.
Ever is a really great person. She's really strong. She tried hard to make her body 'free' after her coma. She really love Caden and she want to get better for him. And Caden, he met Ever with guilt all over his face every day since she woke up.
Sharon DeNofa
Feb 18, 2014 rated it did not like it
How can you love book 1 so so much and hate books 2 and 3? Her sister is a jealous b*tch and Cade didn't love her enough if he that. He is not any better than Billy/Will. Book 2 and 3 took away my love for book one. Was a complete waste of my time reading this serious.
Dec 28, 2013 rated it liked it
The ending and actions weren't realistic to me so while I was engrossed in the story those actions took me out of the story and to just someone who was reading a story not living it with the characters anymore.

Yes I figured the story would go in the direction it did, but (view spoiler) I got a very unrealistic ending and as much as it sucked... again the 3 stars were
Brandi {BusyBwith3}
Feb 14, 2014 rated it liked it

Jasinda Wilder, you had us at book one, floored us at book two, and screwed us in book three! Well done,we built it up and sat on pins and needles waiting! You have our cash and you got to spin the story how you chose and there is nothing we can do about it! Well played!!!

That sounded a bit angry, I'm not! Frustrated yes! I have just never experienced the ending of a book with just, feeling, well blah, again I don't know? I could go on and on but don't wan
Feb 16, 2014 rated it it was ok
I give this 2 stars, I was disappointed in this book but come on one week to forgive two people who committed the ultimate betrayal, even in the real world I think it would take a little longer.
Eden and Carter should have had there own book to tell there story, I didn't want to read about Eden I found myself skipping the Eden chapters. I wanted to read about Ever and Caden.
Ever finding out of the truth was long drawn out over nine months while Eden got her story out so the rest was rushed
Aug 14, 2016 rated it did not like it
If I could give 0 stars I would.

Again, major spoilers ahead.

So in the last book, Ever wakes up, Eden is pregnant.

Ok, so if you read my view of the last book, you'd know I hated it. I was sucked (literally) by what Eden and Caden did. So why did I continue ? I wanted to see Cade's attempt at redemption, I wanted to see Ever move on from her cheating sister and cheating HUSBAND.

So the last book sickened me. This book? Was even worse. If I could take back reading these books, I would in a heart
Kei • fiction court •
Jan 01, 2014 rated it did not like it
Shelves: 2014
I just knew it would turn out like this and it feels like someone published the wrong book.

There is this thing called karma and while not everything in life is about payback and making the slutty/ungrateful/barely able to call her human heroine face the consequences of her actions may not be what the author thing is right for the series, it still doesn't mean that a person can actually get away with everything. Not like that. Not even in books. I refuse to believe that. She didn't want a baby the ot
Deserie williams
Jul 28, 2015 rated it did not like it
apparently I read this out of morbid curiosity a long while back! not safe . book 2 and 3 were a big mess!! yuck! I can't believe how heroine was ok with everything and forgave hero and sister so fast!!!!!!HELL NO!
 Leo (Queen of the Rants)
Now I remember reading this shit. Wow I really didn't gave a shit what I read. Wtf was wrong with me!
Vilma Iris
Nov 23, 2013 rated it it was amazing

The perfect conclusion to a heart wrenching series. Deeply moving, profound and beautifully written, this has been a wholly unforgettable series.


“Sometimes, all you can do is push through. Make mistakes and accept them. You can’t always make the right decision. Sometimes there isn’t one. Sometimes there’s just everything getting all fucked up, and the only thing you can do is go through it and pick up the pieces on the other side. Forgiveness is a choice, and so is love.”

Every now and then, you come acrosseries.
Mar 07, 2014 rated it did not like it
Bleach my eyes out now. This is like a bad Jerry Springer episode except Walt Disney has taken it on and reworked it so it can achieve the 5* OMG, I loved it, it was so emotional, Im glad they got their HEA remarks.

I have never felt compelled to 1* a book/series until now, but this was just plain nasty. This review does not reflect on any of the authors previous work.

I'm not one of those readers that will accept anything given to us by the author in order
Feb 18, 2016 rated it did not like it
Fuck, I'm not even going to lie. I didn't read the book. Just little tiny pieces of it and that was fucking enough.

This is not a stand-alone. You HAVE to read the first one Forever & Always and the second one After Forever.

This is why I didn't even read it: (view spoiler) ...more
Ang (Sizzling Pages)
Apr 02, 2015 rated it did not like it
Warning - Rant and spoilers

Simply terrible

I rarely one star any read. But to sum this trilogy up -

"Forever and Always" was a sweet love story. Cade and Ever were a destined-to-be adorable couple. I loved their letters, and my heart ached for all of Cade's pain. I should have stopped and NEVER continued with this series.

Cade lost me in "After Forever". His character morphed into one of the biggest scumbags I've ever read about, and that says a lot. The sweet guy disappeared and a
Feb 12, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: arc

This book that ends trilogy, like all of the other Jasinda Wilder books I've read, is a roller coaster of emotions and tremendously sexy. I admit I was scared to finish reading the story of these characters after the maceration she performed on my heart in the first two books, but I grabbed my Big Girl Panties, and dove in. Holy shitballs, this book—and trilogy—is amazing. Without a doubt, I highly recommend it to anyone strong enough to handle broken he
Dec 26, 2013 rated it liked it
I hated the last book and in my review I said that I may change my rating if I knew the ending. But, I am not going to change my last review. There still wasn't any need in my opinion and I could have skipped it.

That being said- there was the good and the bad in this last one. In the end, I simply needed more. I really needed more of Cade's POV. I was surprisingly happy with the ending. I was not as happy with the middle. Also, I felt the author got a little preachy and like she was using Ever'
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NEW YORK TIMES, USA TODAY, WALL STREET JOURNAL and international bestselling author Jasinda Wilder is a Michigan native with a penchant for titillating tales about sexy men and strong women. Her bestselling titles include ALPHA, STRIPPED, WOUNDED, and the #1 Amazon and international bestseller FALLING INTO YOU. You can find her on her farm in Northern Michigan with her husband, author Jack Wilder, ...more

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The Ever Trilogy (3 books)
  • Forever & Always (The Ever Trilogy, #1)
  • After Forever (The Ever Trilogy, #2)
“You may be afraid. But the choice to love you is mine. Not yours. You don’t get to make that choice for me. You can choose to not let me love you, but you can’t tell me what’s too much for me to handle. That’s for me to decide.” 5 likes
“I need you to love me. I need you to tell me it’s going to be okay. Lie to me if you have to, and tell me everything will be okay. I’m lost, Cade. And you’re the only north I have.” 4 likes
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