Forever Devoted

Expect heart wrenching scenes in this totally awesome romantic short story. You don’t really see any of these gal pals but the guys in the “Pack” are great. They are family and a family much better than Robbie and Gray’s real families. This story starts when Robbie and Gray were children and ends with them realizing what is really important. The time in between is one of struggles, miscommunication and lessons on what friendship really is. The characters are so very well written. You will feel as if you know them. There is a slight feel as though this is part of another series but who cares? This book is great on it’s own. And, while it is part of a series about zodiac signs, there really is no real mention of them. So, read this story. You won’t regret it and you’ll find yourself falling in love with the “Pack”.

Robbie and Gray have been friends since childhood. Robbie just wishes Gray would see her as a woman instead of one of the guys. In a drunken decision, Robbie leaves a bar with a man who has been drinking to show Gray that she can find a man. That decision ends with Robbie in the hospital fighting for her life. Things suddenly change as relationships evolve. Can these two find happiness?


Book Blurb for Forever Devoted

Robbie Jacobs is content being just one of the guys. For years, she’s run with her 'Pack', a group of rowdy boys she went to high school with, used to party with, and now leans on in times of trouble. She has a couple gal pals, sure, but none of them are as close as the Pack…

Gray Smythe has been the unchallenged leader of their group of friends for years. Stoic, determined, he’s managed to be there for them all through some crazy shit. But when Robbie, the only girl in their group, gets into a car accident, the line between friendship and lover suddenly gets a hell of a lot thinner.

He’s stubbornly determined to help her and love her, while she’s fighting to win back her body and her independence… Can Robbie believe Gray is actually Forever Devoted?

This is a previously published work. It has been revised and edited for Evernight Publishing.


Night Owl Reviews Aug, 2015 5.00