Forever Too Far Abbi Glines (Rosemery beach #3)



Rush promised her forever…but promises can be broken.

Torn between his love for his family and his love for Blaire, Rush has to find a way to save one without losing the other. In the end one has to be more important. Letting go isn’t easy.

Blaire believed in her fairytale…but no one can live in a fantasy.

Her love for Rush and desire to have a family keep her believing that they can find a way for this to work. Until she has to make the right decision for her and the baby. Even if it breaks her heart. Can they find the forever that they both want or has it all just gone to far.




Abbi Glines is one of my favorite NA/YA authors. I love everything she writes! This book wasn’t perfect, there are some things that could have been a bit different that could have made it better, I can see where everyone wouldn’t love it. But I sure loved it! Another Rush book? Hell yeah!

Rush is the hottest of the hottest, the swoonyest of the swoonyest. He’s not perfect, but damn… I just love him! He has proved over and over again just how great he is, and just how much he loves Blaire. This book is no exception. But he is being pulled in multiple directions.

“I love you Blaire. I’m so damn proud of the fact that you’re going to be the mother of my son. I want everyone to know that. Never doubt that.”

Blaire is happy. Every thing in her life is starting to ‘fit’. She is pregnant by the love of her life and engaged to be married. She has a few close friends, and she’s trying to mend her relationship with her father. Blaire hasn’t had an easy life, but things are good for her now. Rush and her baby are the most important things to her, and she means everything to Rush

Then Rush’s father, rock & roll legend, Dean shows up. I thought Dean was awesome. But the reason he’s there… not so great. Nan has invaded his home in LA. She is being completely unreasonable and driving them all crazy. Dean’s bandmate is her ‘father’ and he just can’t handle all her drama. So Rush and Blaire decide to go after Thanksgiving and see if they can help…
Deans words:
“You’re sister is a crazy bitch. She’s fucking insane. We need your help.” 
And I couldn’t agree more. Nan is one

She is just all kinds of awful to Blaire. Trying to put a wedge between Blaire and Rush. And she almost does. Rush is trying hard, but its difficult to manage Nan’s crazy, and his fiancee. Something extreme happens, Blaire just can’t take the drama anymore, and that feeling of never coming first to Rush. So she takes off to FL to see her dad. Rush, being the man he is, follows her. Rush realizes he can’t make Nan a priority anymore (than God!) that Blaire has to be number one- always. He can’t let her down again.

From there, the book is just all kinds of sweet and sexy. Rush is hot as hell! The scenes between he and Blaire, even with her being pregnant are really steamy!
I could spend hours tasting her and having her come all over my tongue. It never got old. It was more of an addiction.
And there were some pretty funny lines as well, this is one of my favorites…
“I really wish I could confirm to him that you do in face have a penis. A very big and pretty penis.”
“Please, just call it big. Don’t call it pretty. That hurts its feelings.”

And I’m not going to lie… I got a little emotional at times. This book had me in tears.
“You are going to be the best husband and father that the world has ever known. One day our son’s wife will be thankful that her husband will have had you for a role model. She’ll be lucky because of you. Because you will have raised our son to be the man you are. He’ll love her completely because he’ll know how.”
But my favorite part of the book…The Wedding






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