Book Reviews

Book Review: Hello Forever by Krista Noorman

29Maggie James spent years all-consumed by her wedding photography business, hiding out from love after a painful breakup. When fellow photographer and consummate rogue Simon Walker came into her life, she held him at arms length to protect her fragile heart from being broken again. But after discovering how he selflessly helped her business in a very big way and admitting her mistaken assumptions about him, she is finally ready to give him a chance. Will fear keep her from truly opening her heart to him? Or will secrets tear them apart?

From small town Michigan to the sunny shores of Malibu, California, Maggie and Simon must navigate their budding relationship, survive family drama, and come face to face with the past to see if their faith and ever growing love are enough to get them to forever.

What I Loved: Is there anything greater than an author who listens to their fans and writes a book just to please them? But that’s exactly what Krista Noorman did with Hello, Forever. She took a small moment from book one of the Cornerstone series, Goodbye, Magnolia, and expanded it bringing to us a novella with new drama, new hardships, and new romance. Noorman does a great job exploring what insecurities can do to a relationship and the type of struggle involved to overcome them. Fans of Simon and those who love to hate Maggie’s ex, Ben, will gobble this one up because these two aren’t finished fighting over Maggie. Hello Forever fits nicely between Goodbye, Magnolia and Until Then.

Rating and Recommendation: I recommend Hello, Forever and the rest of the Cornerstone series to anyone who enjoys Christian Fiction and I’m giving it 5 stars.

~I received a copy from the author. I was not compensated for my review. All thoughts are my own.

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