Sunday 26 November 2017

Review: I Heart Forever by Lindsey Kelk

The day her husband Alex picks up a backpack and goes travelling, Angela Clark promises to stay out of trouble and keep both Louboutins on the ground.

So when her best friend’s boyfriend confides in her, it can’t hurt to help him pick out a ring at Tiffany’s surely?

And when her fashion magazine announces major changes, being terminally late and arguing with your boss isn’t that bad, is it?

Then suddenly there’s another big secret Angela’s got to keep – and the man she loves is still thousands of miles away. As the wedding of the year looms, and Manhattan switches on its Christmas lights, Angela is going to need her friends by her side as her old life looks set to change forever.


Full length novel.

First Person.

No, but I think a reader would enjoy it more if they'd read the others.


I love this series, I do. I really, really, do but this book fell short of the mark for me.
It's full of Kelk's trademark humour, mad antics and sweet endings but something just wasn't right.
Or maybe everything was perfect and the problem I had was that everything was the same as it always is.
Events in this series may move on - and there is a fab development for Angela and Alex in this one! - but the characters don't change.
They make the same mistakes over and over, they do the same crazy shit, with a slight twist, every time... And it gets old.
It gets old even though it's been a few years since the last book released.
If the series continues - and I assume it will given events - I'll continue reading but I'm scared that the magic that made me love these books is starting to fade.

I LOVE this cover!
I love all the I Heart covers.
They're happy and sweet and just perfect for these books.



  1. I haven't read it but the cover is nice.

  2. Sorry to hear this did not live up to your expectations. I hope the next book will be better.

  3. It does sound good, but then again, the same old stuff would go stale for me, too. Crossing my fingers for you that the next book takes a fresher approach and the characters grow out of their rut.

  4. I've enjoyed this series so far, but if nothing new is happening, then I totally understand where you are coming from.

  5. I've had this happen with a few of my favorite authors recently. It's so repetitive that the magic seems to be gone.

    I'm sorry this one didn't work for you and hope the next goes better.

    For What It's Worth

  6. Aw too bad. Yea, sometimes repetitiveness in books bothers me as well (sometimes I can ignore it) but you have me curious about the first books in this series. :)

  7. I'm sorry it wasn't as good than the other books in the series :( But atleast the cover looks so cute <3

    Vanessa @ Blushing Geek

  8. Cute cover! I can't imagine being terminally (continually?) late at a job! That would be awful! #12DaysOfChristmas

  9. I like the cover and premise. Sounds kind of like Sophie Kinsella's style. Sorry this one didn't resonate.

  10. I love this series. Angela and her friends are oi fun and relatable . Its been awesome to see them grow and change throughout the series. This book had some surprising changes in some of her long-term friendships. Totally recommend for fun breezy read !


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