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Love Everlasting

Brides of Seattle, Book 3
Narrated by: Alyssa Bresnahan
Series: Brides of Seattle, Book 3
Length: 9 hrs and 16 mins

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Abrianna Cunningham has always viewed her longtime friend, Wade Ackerman, as a protective brother. Lately, however, she's begun to see him differently and finds herself attracted romantically to him. But she's confused and overwhelmed by these unfamiliar feelings.

Wade, on the other hand, has loved Abrianna for some time and has been waiting for her to realize they are more than just friends. When he asks her to marry him, she asks for time to adjust to their changed relationship.

And then there's Priam Welby, who has been relentlessly pursuing Abrianna. Will his underhanded tactics succeed in luring Abrianna into marriage with him?

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  • Laura from Houston
  • 20-06-2019

Great end to the series!

It took me a minute to get into this book because the first few chapters are mostly Abrianna’s struggle of figuring out she loves Wade. But quickly enough I was again pulled into this book more than I was with the other two. I enjoyed the whole series and since all 3 were really about Abrianna, with supporting characters falling in love, I was glad to have her story come to fruition. I was also glad that it didn’t end abruptly as soon as the conflict was resolved like many stories do. Loved all the eccentric characters in these books!

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  • Amanda
  • 30-07-2016

Great listen

Romance, adventure, suspense, conflict, humor and great character development. I love the quirky Aunts, who add humor to the story. The narrator does an excellent job bringing consistent individualism to the characters, drawing you into the story.