Forever Enough by Kelly Elliott

Forever Enough by Kelly Elliott is now live!

Not long out of college, Mackenzie Reeves has found herself halfway across the country, relocated from Atlanta, Georgia, to small-town Hamilton, Montana. But it’s not just a fresh start–it’s an escape. For years, she’s been trying to steer clear of the abusive stepfather who’s made her life hell and turned her mother into someone she doesn’t recognize. Now, on Dirk and Merit Littlewood’s gorgeous farm, she’s found a bit of peace. Until a certain dimpled, dark-eyed handsome devil walks into her barn and changes her life with a single look.
Not quite twenty-four, and champion bull rider Bradly Littlewood already feels twice his age. He loves the sport, but between the politics, the lonely nights, missing his family…his heart and head are no longer in the game. And when he’s home for the holidays, surrounded by cousins who’ve married and started their own families, he can add jealousy to the mix. He’s missed so much, and he wants what they have. Turns out, one unplanned stop at the family barn and he may have found it…in the form of a pajama-clad angel, singing and dancing for a captive audience of farm animals.

Mackenzie and Bradly’s instant smolder in the barn becomes a blazing wildfire within days, surprising everyone. Both their futures are uncertain for very different reasons. But their love? That’s rock solid. Beyond a doubt.

A love so strong, so unbreakable, even forever isn’t enough.

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Meet Kelly Elliott


Kelly Elliott is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling contemporary romance author. Her bestselling works include, Wanted, Broken, Lost Love, and Never Enough, to name a few.

Kelly lives in central Texas with her husband, Gus, her chocolate lab, four cats, and endless wildlife creatures. When she’s not writing, Kelly enjoys reading and spending time with her family.

To find out more about Kelly and her books, you can find her through her website.

 

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My Review: *****

Forever Enough is the sixth book in the Forever Montana Series by Kelly Elliott. This story is unlike the others in the manner of dealing with social issues such as verbal and physical abuse and murder-suicide.

Mackenzie Reeves, 23, has a degree in agriculture specializing in crop production. When she was twelve, her father passed away, leaving her, her sister, Emily, and her mother, Anna, to fend for themselves. Anna married George, their father’s friend, who became abusive soon after. Mackenzie left at age eighteen when she became eligible to access her trust fund and became the trustee for Emily’s trust fund. Emily left Atlanta for New York for college, where Emily met and fell in love with Douglas Mitchel, a pediatric resident. Mackenzie and Mr. Wiskers left Atlanta for Hamilton, Montana, to work for the Littlewood farm, where she adopted a goat named Pickles.

Dirk and Merit Littlewood grew up together and are best friends with the Shaws. They have two children, Bradly and Avery. Bradly followed in his father’s footsteps and became a professional bull rider for the PBR, and Avery convinced her parents to let her go to Paris, France, to model and work in fashion. Bradly and Avery have been watching their cousins, the Shaws, find love, start a family, and fear missing out on life on the ranch.

While this story discusses issues not generally mentioned in romance stories, I found it refreshing and added a sense of authenticity.

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