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Preview — Forever After by Catherine Anderson
From the moment Heath Masters lays eyes on Meredith Kenyon, he knows there's something mysterious in this pretty woman's past. True, she seems like a good mother to her little daughter, but as local sheriff Heath has seen his share of liars ... and Meredith is certainly hiding something. But though his romantic gestures are met with suspicion, Heath can't hel...more
Heath Masters is a 38 year o ...more
Another exceptional book by Catherine Anderson, as only she can deliver. This one is nail-biting, edge of your seat, drama. The romance between Meredith and Heath is intoxicating.
Sammy and Goliath will melt your heartstrings.
A must read.
Actual rating is 3.5 stars, but i bumped it
Thought and Plot
Heath Ian Masters is the county sheriff. He lives by himself with his retired police dog on a small ranch with only one neighbor, who recently rented the property down the road. When his dog takes to protecting the neighbor's terrified little girl, even Heath has problems calling him off. Not a good first impression for his new neighbor Meredith Kenyon.
The story plodded along; the inclusion of organized crime and washing out mouths seemed ridiculous. I skip-read hunks of the book because some of it seemed implausible. The st ...more
This book is hard to put down. ...more
Ms. Anderson has written a lot of books. I can't help but wonder if they aren't essentially all the same story. ...more
The forever after was brilliant book to read I would recommend this book to anyone who loves reading dog stories and.
I love reading this book.
I was gripped by the story and felt sorry for Sammy and the dog was protecting her was a brilliant fabulous dog.
Dragged a lot the first half of book.
Then with the mob ties, It got a little ridiculous.
The ending felt rushed, particularly with Heath and his dad.
Overall a decent read and Sammy and Heaths and Sammy and Goliath’s blooming friendship make up for it.
Adeline Catherine was born and raised in Grants Pass, Oregon, USA. She always yearned to be a writer like her mother. The morning that one of her professors asked if she could use samples of Catherine’s creative writing on an overhead projector to teach was ...more