Title: Forever in Love
Series: City Love #3
Author: Susane Colasanti
Publication Date: 7/11/2017
Sadie is trying to find the strength to confront a past family trauma and forgive the boy who broke her heart. Darcy needs to figure out how to make it on her own for the first time and finally accept the love she deserves. Rosanna’s boyfriend might still be in love with his ex…and she can recognize the abuse of her past reflected in a girl who needs her help. As the summer comes to an end, will they learn to love themselves and support one another with a bond of sisterhood that will never be broken?
Told from alternating points of view, Forever in Love celebrates three girls who will be forever in love with the endless possibilities their futures hold.
Can I just say that DarSaNna is my ultimate girl trio of all the YA Contemporaries I’ve read. What I also like about City Love is that it is actually a Contemporary Trilogy, which are few. Usually only the fantasy and fiction books are released by series.
I have not reread Lost in Love before reading this one so I was kinda lost. I thought Sadie was done for good about Austin, I was like ???? Also compared to the last two books it was harder and heavier to read emotionally, not a good way to end a series but it was still as good as I expected, still.
I kind of don’t ship Sadie and Austin but some part of me tells me it’s okay because I also ship a couple in real life in which the girl actually is divorced with her husband and is dating a soft co-star so, who am I to judge right? I shipped Darcy and Jude but the book actually gave me nothing but a confused Darcy the most of the book. Rosanna and D was supposed to be my ultimate ship in this series but it’s just sad that they’re not really for each other. I’ve come to realize my love for iced watermelon because of them somehow.
The character development or you could say change was very much for the girls I think. Being in college changes you, in a good or bad way, you will know when you experience or read it yourself. Rosanna has the biggest character development. She learned to be open and rather be a fighter after all that she’s been through; assaulted, mistreated.
What I loved about this last book is that it openly dealt with the issues all the girls were facing and that whatever happens they will always be together no matter what; and that is what girl power is. Also city love, I loved Ney York through reading this book and I wish that someday I’ll find my own city love as well. The things that would stay with me from this book is too always be kind and make warm fuzzies for everyone.
I’m sending it warm fuzzies with 4 stars. I really hope I’d see New York in this lifetime with the three books so I can read them at the places that’s been written on all those three books, I dream of walking around New York City with City Love, Lost in Love and Forever in love in my bag.