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A Forever Kind of Love (Choices Series Book 2) by [Wade, Ellie]
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Book Two: Jax’s Story

I believe in soul mates. Why? Because I have one and her name is Lily Madison.

I’ve loved Lily my whole life; she’s all I’ve ever known. I didn’t realize how deeply she was ingrained into the fabric of my soul until I felt her absence.

Sometimes in life, once choices are made and paths are altered, it is often impossible to go back.

I know this because I stand here with a two-carat engagement ring in my hand, waiting to ask someone to be my wife. I’m ready to love and cherish her ‘til death do us part. But, there’s just one problem.

She isn’t Lily.

Will the choices that have been made change our path forever or can fate find its way?

*This is the second and final book in the Choices Series. Book one, A Beautiful Kind of Love should be read prior.
*Intended for readers 18+ due to sexual content

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This is the second offering of the story about Lily and Jax who have known each other all of their lives. We saw them go through their childhood years together and into young adult life in college. We learnt how nothing ever works out how one would expect. This is told a lot more from Jax’s point of view with also parts of Lily's. It starts off with the prologue when Jax delivers news to Lily that sends her world crashing down around her. It then goes back in time showing why Jax decides to do what he does leading up to where he told Lily.

Quote ~ Lily: "You already lost me. I just didn't know it."
Stella: "Hey." "You okay."
Jax: "Yeah, I'll be fine."
Stella: "How did it go?"
Jax: "Horrible." "But I guess as good as it could have."

Back in time and in college, Jax is having a tough time juggling his college work, football and the long distance relationship with Lily entwined from the added pressure of his father. He makes a decision as something has to give, but it’s a heart breaking one. His roommates who make an appearance, are great characters, as does Stella who is the study partner of Jax. When we met Stella in the first instalment, I thought there was more to her. Jax's POV gives us an incite into that. Let me tell you I was in floods of tears reading this. Ellie has a habit of reducing me to tears with her stories.

Quote ~ Jax: "How long have you known?"
Stella: "Since Monday. I wanted to wait until I had all the information before I told you."

I had a very heavy heart writing this review and so much to say but as always, not wanting to give too much away.
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This book was fantastic together with A Beautiful kind of Love. Couldn't put them down. If I could rate these books higher than a five I would gladly rate eleven. Just couldn't get enough.
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took my breath away.....and lots of tears. C*
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1.0 out of 5 stars Once Upon A Time and HEA! Not a Lily & Jax Love Story 10 July 2015
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****Spoilers*****This series would have to be a fairytale because it sure would not be real life. I love books. I love book series. Books are my happy place. I had recently been rereading some of my book series because additions had been added, enjoyed every minute. So, I decided I needed to read something new, maybe a new author. That is the reason I read this series over the 4th of July weekend. Little did I know what I was in for. First, I wish I had read the reviews for both books before I purchased them. This series made me want to throw my kindle up against a wall. Or just break something to release some of the frustration caused from reading this series. Ellie Wade, you truely know how to make a reader hate your characters.

Saint Stella takes the honor of most hated character in this series for me. The first time Stella showed up in book 1 I knew she was going to be a problem. Stella chased Jax all through college until his stupidity allowed her to catch him. Lily was right to have uneasy feelings about Stella as soon as she met her. Ellie Wade tries to use smoke and mirrors to make Stella appear as pure as the driven snow. I never bought into that. Stella always had and ulterior motive where Jax was concerned. She was a munipulative little b*tch! She deliberately took Jax, when she knew he was in love with Lily. But, she didn't care because she wanted him. Wow! She was angry because she wasn't going to get her HEA, so she took Lily's. "But if a dying woman cannot be selfish, who can?" Stella, sweetheart, everyone is dying from the day they are born. So that just makes you a selfish b*tch! So you had cancer. I did not care! That says a lot about how strongly I disliked this character. I wish you would have died before you got engaged to Jax. You took, through guilt, Jax from Lily. You married him in the fall just like Lily wanted to do. You had Lily & Jax song played at your wedding. Ellie Wade wants readers to believe you are this good, sweet, and wonderful person. NO YOU ARE NOT! I could not read the Jax and Stella love fest. I skimmed over them. Which meant I did not read a large portion of book 2 due to the fact that it all about Jax and Stella. Ellie Wade you love Stella so much and it is obvious. You should have done what other authors have done. They write their books. They include their, "I cause problems for the main couple (Lily & Jax) girl" (Stella). The author lets the main couple get back together. If the author still has not gotten over their love affair with "I cause problems of the main couple girl", then the auther writes a novella about this character. No one reads this novella because they hated this character to begin with. But the author is happy because her beloved character got her own story. Oh wait, Stella did get her book, it's "A Forever Kind of Love."

Jax is a character I grew to detest. He obviously does not understand soul mate. Soul Mate: Noun. A romantic partner with the implication of an EXCLUSIVE life long bond. I hate the way he treats Lily after he went to college. He is a total hypocrite. He would treat Lily one way and then turn around and do the opposite with Stella. It gives you whiplash. Jax is just plain stupid a lot of the series. Another reviewer wrote that they kept reminding themself that he was only 21 over and over. I kept reminding myself that he was stupid over and over. Jax only got engaged and married Stella after he found out about the cancer. He loved her like a friend. He was in love with Lily, big difference. After Stella dies he goes on his guilt trip for about as long as he was married to her, which was maybe six months. What part of "til death us do part" did Jax not get? Jax knew Stella only had a year to six months to live. They waited six months from learning the news to get married. It took a letter from Stella to give him a kick in the seat of the pants to get him to move on. Really? That letter should have pissed Jax totally off. It proved how selfish Stella was. I started to wonder if Lily had died would it have fazed Jax at all.

Lily is the poor dog that Jax keeps kicking throughout the series. And Lily keeps coming back for more over and over. I cried for Lily everytime I had to read about Lily's heartbreak at Jax hands. I wanted Lily to find her a guy who would love her like she deserved to be loved, but Ellie would not allow that to happen. I had high hopes for Rob. Lily was an afterthought in book 2. Strange considering she is one half of the soul mate couple.

I did like the way Jax proposed to Lily. Why didn't we get to see their wedding?

The Epilogue was too little to late.

This series could have been epic.
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1.0 out of 5 stars You can't force me to love Stella. I don't care if she's so AMAZING she's practically a SAINT. 6 June 2015
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**I was provided the final copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.**

*I have a longer and more detailed review on Goodreads. Due to Amazon's policy, I'll be giving a short version of my review here.

This book did not live up to expectations. Expectations that were already low to begin with. But I can't even begin to imagine my visceral reaction to this book. It made me so mad because I couldn't understand why a story that's supposed to be about soul mates ended up like this.

AFKOL started where ABKOL left off with Lily learning about Jax's engagement to Stella. The first 30% or so of the book was a rehash of what happened in ABKoL albeit in Jax's POV. We also get to read about Jax and Stella getting closer and closer to each other despite Jax pining for Lily. Right up until 60% or so, we get to witness Jax fall in love with another woman, married her, lost her and then felt guilty about losing her. 67% until almost 92% was spent in Jax's head while he pushes away Lily again and again all the while feeling guilty for betraying Stella. At this point, I couldn't care less if they end up together anymore. To add insult to injury, Jax didn't want to move on from Stella until after he found her letter basically giving her permission to move on.

Listen, that would have been okay with me if this was sold as a story about a widower named Jax finally moving on with his life with the other woman, Lily. But no!! This was supposed to Jax and Lily's story but it ended up being a Stella love fest. Maybe the author fell in love so much with Stella's character that she decided to crap on Lily's to make Stella look good. After awhile I got sick and nauseous reading about how good, and kind and beautiful, and wonderful and amazing—how perfect Stella is. Or how much good she's done in her short life compared to others. Or how much she makes everyone around her happy. Or that her sh*t doesn't stink and how she poops rainbow on a daily basis.

Srsly. Stahp. You can't make me like her. In fact, the more Jax or Lily or every other person tried to convince me otherwise, the more I hated her. And newsflash: giving her cancer doesn't automatically make her a sympathetic person to me. NOPE. She's a selfish person knowing that she was keeping Jax away from Lily. If she's really a good person like the author would have us believe, she would have made it her mission to get Jax and Lily together. She didn't do that. Nope. But according to the narrative the author tried to sell, Stella was this good, sweet and AMAZING person. Please.

Maybe the Stella love-fest wouldn't have been so bad had the author gave justice to Lily's character. Maybe if she'd given Lily a new love, a backbone or some pride and dignity, it wouldn't have been so bad but that didn't happen. Lily was the biggest doormat throughout the book. Jax keeps saying she's his everything but his actions--starting from that moment he broke up with her--says otherwise. It says, he doesn't love Lily enough. No matter how he says he does, he didn't fight for her. When his father started pressuring him to break up with Lily, Jax caved in so easily. And yet, when it came to marrying Stella, Jax stood up to his father. Why? Stella wasn't his everything. He said so himself and yet his actions says otherwise. He was utterly devoted to Steall. Meanwhile, he easily was able to DISCARD his SOULMATE, Lily. Unbelievable.

So it's really no wonder why this book got a one star from me.I mean how can I when even the character in question didn't do enough to convince me of his love for his soul mate.
3.0 out of 5 stars Meh. 1 April 2017
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The first half of this book was like the first book but from Jax's point of view. I didn't think reading it from his point of view was necessary as I felt I already knew his feelings from the first one. Lily was a side character to this story and we saw pretty much everything from Jax eyes. We saw him lose Lily, continue to lose Lily to being devastated about Lily. It wasn't until the end of the book when he got it together and realized what he was doing. I knew Jax did what he thought was right and was there for Stella. Stella knew what she was doing regardless of who she was hurting. Jax finally pulled his head out of his butt at the end and made up his mind. This one did not grab me like the first book did. It was like a long drawn out process to get him there in the end. I didn't care for Stella or her story line. You knew she was going to be a problem from the very first book.
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4.0 out of 5 stars From douche to prince 27 July 2016
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I'm so torn on how I feel about Jax as well as Stella. As much as Jax was a great person he really sucked at his perception of love and happiness. Thanks to Lil being all kinds of wonderful-more than Stella..I mean give me a break on the St. Stella business.. She was as selfish as Trenton just hid it better. Ok I'm a little ruthless with this one. Anyway, I wish Jax would have manned up earlier on. But overall I'm glad how it all worked out.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Was hoping for more Jax and Lily....That's not what I got 23 September 2015
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This was a very difficult read for me. After falling in love with Jax and Lily I was hoping for a book about them finding there way back together. That's not what this book was about. Don't get me wrong they find there HEA by the end but this book was about Jax and his new love Stella. It made me sick to my stomach to listen to him talk to her like he always did with Lily. I didn't want to hear him be sweet and kind and show such profound love for someone else. It seamed like Stella was a nice girl but she was also very selfish. She was always trying to get Jax and then she sucked him in , in the most ugly way when she should have let him go and allowed him to go to the love of his life. She knew were his heart belonged.
I also had a hard time with Jax giving all of his "firsts" to someone else. With him and Lily having been best friends forever and in love in some capacity she got screwed in that department. She wasn't his first kiss, first make-out, first girlfriend, first sexual partner or wife. That's a lot of lost firsts for your soul mate that has been in your life sense the beginning. The only first between them was love. Lily seamed to save all her firsts for Jax. Plus she never fell in love with anyone else either. She thought she was with Trenton but realized later that she wasn't.

The story definitely made for an angsty read with lots of feels but it was a little to much for me. Lily got her heart Broken too many times for me.

Prepare for a very emotional read that was a little more unpredictable then the first book. Prepare to be very angry at Jax and be disgusted with the love scenes between him and Stella.

This book was in Jax's POV unlike the first book in Lily's POV. It also goes back in time to when they first broke up while in college. The first half of the book is stuff we already read in book one. There are a few interesting things that we didn't know about since this is his POV. I was dumbfounded with the amount of time he was spending with Stella. I found myself skimming through a lot of it because it was a rehash and I just couldn't wait to get to the part where he decided to propose to Stella so I could understand what the h*ll was going on.

It was still a must read after reading book one and being left with a cliffhanger.

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