Thursday, May 27, 2010

Book Review - Almost Forever by Deborah Raney

I had never read any Deborah Raney books. but this one sure didn't disappoint me at all. some parts were so heart wrenching and others were so sweet you'd almost want to cry. this is about a shelter, firemen/women and spouses. it has a lot to follow and sometimes it can get a bit confusing. in one part it really sort of frustrated me only cause i wanted the characters to see that it was an accident. (hah i won't tell you what! that would be giving away the story). but all in all this was a really great read, super fast and sweet i cannot wait for the next book in the series to come out!

Book Description:

Unearthing a lost memory may cause her to lose everything she holds dear… but could it also set her free?

Bryn Hennesey, a volunteer at the Grove Street Homeless Shelter, was there the night the shelter burned to the ground and five heroic firefighters died at the scene. Among them was her husband, Adam. Like the rest of the surviving spouses, Bryn must find a way to begin again. But Bryn must do so living with a horrible secret.…

Garrett Edmonds’s wife, Molly, was the only female firefighter to perish in the blaze. As her husband, it was his job to protect the woman he loved.… How can he go on in the face of such unbearable loss and guilt?

And what started the fire that destroyed the dreams and futures of so many? Investigators are stumped. But someone knows the answer….

Check it out here on amazon!

i received this book free of charge in exchange for my review. glassroad publications didn't compensate me in anyway.


  1. These are my type of books. I am going away in Sept so will keep this in mind :)

  2. Thanks 4 the compliment on my blog, it means a lot! :)

    I'm a new follower of your blog now.

    I see you said that you have a giveaway coming up in september - are you doing blogfest? blogamania? If you want help getting sponsors for that, and/or if you're interested in doing review/giveaways for stuff let me know and i'll be glad to help. If not that's cool too but I know sometimes people want to and just don't know how and can't get anyone to help them.