Review: Forever, Jack by Natasha Boyd


A feisty small-town girl and the Hollywood star who broke her heart

An all-consuming love threatened by fame

One last chance at FOREVER

Keri Ann Butler’s life changed on the night she met movie star, Jack Eversea. She thought she knew a Jack that was very different to the man adored by fans the world over. In the wake of his betrayal and abandonment, Keri Ann has had to pick up and move forward with the life she was supposed to live and has put off far too long. 

Suddenly Jack is back, and his explanations for why he left seem more and more plausible, and his declarations more seductive. But being Jack’s latest tabloid accessory isn’t on Keri Ann’s career agenda, no matter how much she is attracted to him. And how can she can ever trust him again?

Jack knows he let the only ‘real’ thing that ever happened to him slip through his fingers. And his hands have been tied to try and stop it. Until Now.

Jack is now fighting to save his relationship with Keri Ann, even as his crazy life threatens to tear them apart. Again. The question is, can he convince her she can have it all? And have him? Forever?


WOW! I loved this book! 

I felt really bad for Keri Ann at the beginning, because she lost all hope that Jack would ever come back to her. She was waiting for him, and he didn’t show up. Not to mention all of the pictures that keep popping up where Jack is with a different woman every night. 

Their reunion was so funny! 

Keri Ann tries to resist Jack to avoid heartbreak, but she can’t, because she loves him even when she doesn’t want to anymore. 

“Jack Eversea still flipped my insides over and made me feel like a star struck fan who desperately wanted to know him, but couldn’t.”

I felt so sorry for Jack when I read things from his point of view! He really was the victim in this whole situation. I hated that bitch, Audrey. UGH. 


I loved the epilogue. It was satisfying and a good end to this story. 



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