From the New York Times and USA Today best-selling author of the With Me in Seattle Series comes the end of a saga... Dominic Salvatore seemingly has everything a man could want. He's found a new relationship with his father and the entire Montgomery family. His vineyard, Cuppa di Vita, is a success. There's only one thing that eludes him: a certain driven, intelligent, and sexy as hell blonde named Alecia. Alecia works tirelessly building her event planning business. It's the most important part of her life. Despite the beautiful, lavish weddings she organizes, Alecia is convinced that the idea of true love is a myth. While Dominic is a sexy, intriguing man, welcoming the handsome Italian into her bed, and her life, is a risk she's not so sure she's willing to take. However Dominic isn't used to taking no for an answer, and it's not long before these two are burning up the sheets and discovering a connection that neither can deny. But will it be strong enough to last forever? "I'm going to eventually make you understand how amazing you are, tesoro." - Dominic Salvatore
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Who does not love a handsome Italian and it is try they know how to romance a woman.
I think Kirsten Proby must have some wonderful,girls nights out and a fantastic humour to write such side splitting stories about these drunk ladies. I want to go drinking with them just to watch the night...
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Oh how I loved this series of with me in Seattle. Every book was to die for... I just wanted so much more.. I laughed in parts it's funny I was ready and in love with this book ... Thank you please I want more stories like this xx
"OH WHAT I WOULDNT GIVE FOR DOMINIC TO BE REAL!!"
This was a fantastic ending to a fabulous series. I've looked forward to Dominic's story because, well, who doesn't love a sexy Italian with blue eyes?!? YUM! This one was one of my favorites in the series. Each book could be a standalone book, but this romantic series has the perfect balance of romance, humor, and super hottylicious sex, so it's easy to go on a listening binge! I highly recommend this book and series for the folks who are in love with love and all the sap that comes with it!
"Love this book.and the series"
I have truly enjoyed this series. The love, humor and forever are such needed in the world today. Family is tough in real life and to have a truly loving one to hear about is wonderful. Thank you KP!
OMG!!!!! CAN THEY READ TOGETHER FOREVER AND MAKE SURE TO SPREAD THEIR READING SKILLS TO OTHER READERS ALSO
MATT PROPOSING TO NICK AT THE BASEBALL GAME
I LOVE THE AUTHOR PLEASE CONTINUE TO GRACE US WITH YOUR IMAGINATION AND EXCEPTIONAL WRITING SKILLS
"Forever with Me.... One of my FAVs!!!"
The Forever with me Series is one of my all time favorites. I'm actually sad to see the series end. But I definitely enjoyed listening to the series and plan to start over listening again.
"very little story"
I have to say, I kept waiting for something interesting to happen in this story. Boy meets girl and they have sex. Thats about all that really happened in this book. I generally like Kresten Proby books but this one was just plain luke warm and pretty boring.
The reading was teeeerrrable, story ok. Skipped most of it. Wasted time on it. And will return it today. Bla
"A must read ending to the series...."
I haven't read the print version, but I love audio books for the depth they add to the story for me!
Dom....and he finally got his HEA! Also, loved the epilogue!
Jennifer Mack and Eric Michael Summerer were amazing for this series. And they certainly didn't disappoint for Alecia and Dom!
"Mr. Irresistible -- Too Good to be True"
Forever with Me ranks in the top 20% of all the audiobooks I've listen too. I like that it wraps the With Me In Seattle series with a glimpse of the future for the entire family.
I would compare Forever with Me to Play with Me because in each book the hot male lead character becomes smitten with a reluctant female. Each man has to woo his girl and prove why he is worth her time.
Dominic was my character performed by the narrators because he had a mysterious air about him with that sexy Italian accent.
While I did not have an extreme reaction, I did have several emotional reactions. I laughed a lot at the family gatherings, I felt teary at Alecia's reaction to Meg and Leo's moment and I felt a sense of contentment after reading the epilogue. I was sorry for series to end.
"Very good story and conclusion to the series :D"
This was a very good story. I liked Alecia and Dom and was rooting for them to get together. This story contained a bit more drama/angst than typically seen in this series but it was still what I'd consider low-angst overall.
Alecia is an event coordinator and has a thriving business planning weddings and events for many of the rich and famous in the Seattle area. Alecia grew up in a home with parents that made it clear that she wasn't a priority but rather a burden to avoid as best they could. Because of this, Alecia grew up feeling unloved and ended up marrying a man that seemed to love her at first but then made her feel like crap in order to keep her in line. They got divorced years ago but Alecia hasn't been willing to trust another relationship, thinking that love is a lie.
Dom is the owner of a vineyard outside of the Seattle area. He was born to a single mother and didn't find out his relationship to the Montgomery family until recently (after his mother died and he found information in her belongings). Dom has enjoyed getting to know his new family while still keeping contact with his family back in Italy (where Dom grew up part of his life).
Alecia has been the event planner for the Montgomery/Williams clan for a couple years when the story begins. Dom has been around for about a year or so and has seen Alecia at the events and is very attracted to her. Dom asked her out a number of times but Alecia always turned him down, which didn't go over well with Dom. Alecia isn't impervious to the attraction to Dom though and the longing for him is starting to leak in to her dreams. She won't go out with Dom though because she's convinced that he'd hurt her badly if she ever let herself go there. Dom ends up making the mistake of thinking that her friend, Blake (who Dom is also friends with), was in a relationship with Alecia and almost backs off but finds out the truth before it's too late. He decides to pursue her but some helpful advice from his sisters helps him realize that he has to do more than just ask her out to gain her trust.
Dom starts making it his goal to do things to let her know he actually cares and wasn't just looking to get laid. Alecia has trouble resisting and doesn't for long. Of course as soon as she does let go with Dom, she freaks out and thinks things are going to go to hell. It takes some effort and interference from a well-meaning friend to head the issue off before it causes too much of a problem. Dom makes progress but he has to tread cautiously because although Alecia agreed to give a relationship a try with Dom, she's still very skittish and Dom fears her bolting. They do well together for the most part and Alecia fits in with the other women in the family so things start looking pretty good. There are a few issues though and the main one is mostly a misunderstanding but it causes some major repercussions for Dom and Alecia. Things are messed up for a bit but thankfully some interfering friends and family arrange things so Alecia and Dom talk things out and the story ends with the start to their HEA.
I enjoyed this story very much. Alecia was a pretty good heroine. She had her issues but I liked her and never found her to be annoying. Dom was a good hero (except for 1 bout of relationship dumbassedness) and I liked him. Together they made a great couple and rounded out the Montgomery/Williams clan nicely. Overall, this was a very good story and finish to the series. I'd recommend this story (and series). :D
* note - The book was from both Alecia and Dom's PoVs. The parts from Alecia's PoV had a female narrator and the parts from Dom's PoV had a male narrator. Both narrators did a pretty good job. I was a bit disappointed that Dom's accent wasn't heavier and at first I thought it was a problem with the narrators but later I realized it wasn't because the book mentioned that because of Dom's time in the US, his Italian accent wasn't very noticeable unless he was speaking Italian.
This is the last book in the "With Me in Seattle Series", very good just like the rest.
Oh yes it's amazing and I liked the fact that at the end all lose ends were tied up my telling us about ten years later and what children they all had and how they all were brilliant thank you
At the end hearing how every one was and there children.
There great to listen too and I would look for others that they read.
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"A fitting finale"
I have thoroughly enjoyed all 8 books & novellas in this series. This book is the last in the series & having listened to them over several weeks I'm more than a little bereft that they've come to the end. Both narrators have done a brilliant job all the way through. I am really really tempted to go back to book 1 right now and start all over again which is a first! I almost always listen to my books several times however I've never finished a series and wanted to listen again to it straight away......so that says it all!
"sweet love story"
I enjoyed this last book in the series and the narrators did an excellent job as always
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