Book Title: Beyond Forever (Book #3)
Author: D.D. Marx
Category: Adult Fiction, 200 pages
Publisher: Beyond Dreams Publishing
Release date: December 2017
Tour dates: Oct 16 to Dec 22, 2017
Content Rating: PG 13 (Light sex scenes/not explicit; language (couple f bombs)
Just as their life is seemingly back on track, Finn McDaniel’s gets news that sends him into a tail-spin. He is faced with the prospect of losing Olivia Henry forever. He immediately turns to Dan, Olivia’s deceased best friend, who is her loyal and constant guardian angel from the beyond, imploring him for his help. In the midst of all of the chaos a special package is delivered that changes their lives forever.
While Finn is determined to grow his restaurant to new heights by chasing after the coveted Michelin Star, it is Olivia who finally sees her dream come to fruition in a way never thought possible. Finn is determined to support Olivia through her shocking breakthrough and even has a very special surprise up his sleeve that she never sees coming. Just as their plan is set in to motion and they settle in to their new normal, they have an earth shattering encounter. In that moment it is revealed that they have much more than just a spiritual relationship with the beyond.
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My Review: 4/5
The last book to the trilogy of the Beyond Series did not disappoint. It picks up right where the second book (Beyond Love) left off. Even though it is a sequel, the author does a great job of filling the reader in on details from book one. While you should read them in order, it would make it easy to read them as standalone’s as well.
Like Believing, Forever is a fast read. We discover Liv and Finn are happily married and expecting their first child. In this book, their love grows deeper and deeper as they are both drawn in separate direction with their careers. However, they never lose sight of what’s most important: each other and their new baby.
Danny and Christine’s spirits are still right along with them. Signs appear when most needed.
The only negative I have about the book (and I can also view it as a positive) is that it seems nothing bad every happens to them. Everything works out as planned. On one hand it is a bit refreshing from other books I read, it is also a little unbelievable. I also felt the depth of the characters was a little lacking in this book as compared to book #1. As mentioned before, I wouldn’t necessarily classify those items as negative, it just didn’t quite work for me.
Overall, the book left me with a sense of hope, and a sense of love.