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Seven Weeks to Forever (A Love Story) by [Farwell, Jennifer]
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Length: 333 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Cassidy Jordan won't open her heart to anyone, and with good reason. She's a second-timer, returned from the afterlife after a devastating romance caused her death. All that stands between her and eternity is finding Riley Davis and helping him get his life on track. But nobody told her helping Riley would mean dating him.

When Cassidy realizes she's falling for Riley, she's faced with a choice: give him the life he's meant for and leave this life when it's time, or give up eternity for the true love she's never had, knowing Riley will die the same way she did in her first life and that her entire existence could end at any time.

Love can be unstoppable, but will it be enough for Cassidy and Riley? Readers who enjoyed books like If I Stay by Gayle Forman may find their perfect summer read in Seven Weeks to Forever.

"Candid first-person narration helps draw readers into Cassidy's mind, inviting them along on her journey of discovery—both of herself and of what it means to be in love. Lovely imagery..." -Publishers Weekly

"Farwell writes with verve...Appealing characters and a warm, sparkly love story tinged with wish fulfillment." -Kirkus Reviews

An excerpt from Chapter Five:

It's as though I'm under a spell as I put one foot in front of the other, feeling Riley's hand pressed against the small of my back. My body is going crazy with the tingling I feel. I must stumble, because he steadies me and we stop a few feet away from my front door. I find myself moving even closer to him, and for a moment, I'm not Cassidy. There's something familiar in the energy I feel. Riley's face blurs in front of me, and then there's the outline of a face I used to know well.

The outline I can see looks like David. The last time I stood in a driveway about to kiss someone, it was him. I want to say his name, but I can't move my lips. Then my vision clears and it's Riley in front of me again, his head bending down and his eyes holding mine. The energy pull between us is magnetic, and I hold my breath when his fingertips come up to my chin.

This can't happen. I try to tell myself that, but the rest of me isn't listening. My eyes close and every nerve in my body seems to hum as I wait for what's coming.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 333 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00JQUD69M
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #597,738 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Young Adult Fantasy Romance 26 May 2016
By Lorna - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
(RabidReads.com)I found this book on Naomi’s Reading Palace Blog a couple of month ago, she loved it, and I just got around to reading it. I ended up being really pleased that I read it, because it’s a good romance with a different sort of fantasy element than I usually read about. And, it’s a standalone!

Cassidy is seventeen going on eighteen, and is spending the summer at her deceased parents home in Los Angeles, by herself. She knows that she is finally due to leave this world shortly after her birthday and go back to The After Life. She’s on a mission to help a young man, Riley, and she has no idea what he needs from her. Cassidy can only go back to the After if she succeeds. She lost her original life many years ago due to a cosmic mistake, so she was able to come back and help someone else. She was sent back to the Before as they call our life, as a little girl. A little girl that knows exactly what is going on. Time is running out when she finally finds Riley, and she has only seven weeks left to complete her mission.

Cassidy as a character was pretty typical for her age if you didn’t know her real story. She goes to concerts, loves vinyl records, and can see peoples energy that surround them. From the energy colors she can tell how people are feeling. Because she has known since she was little that she would be dying at a young age, she has kept herself pretty separate from people, as far as relationships and friendships. She doesn’t want people to hurt when she dies. She has an adviser from the After, named Noah. Noah visits often, popping in at any time he feels she needs him. He never gives her all the information she needs, but occasionally does help with her mission. I liked him as a character, as I did Cassidy. Riley was a guy that has all kinds of things in common with Cassidy, things that start to cause them to run into each other. It’s not long before you know what his problem is. One of the most fascinating characters is Cassidy’s new yoga teacher, Amarleen. She’s a sort of higher being, but still of the Before, and not part of the After, although she knows Noah. I am still not really sure what exactly she is, and that was okay.

I enjoyed the unique premise, and really liked all of the different characters. The romance was sweet and pretty close to being G-Rated-necessary since Cassidy is leaving soon. This authors idea of what the After Life looks like was pretty fascinating-another plus for this book. There’s a lot of talk about energy. A lot. At times I got a bit lost in all the talk about it, but I just kept reading and didn’t stress about it. Not a major problem, and really the only thing that bothered me even a bit about the read. Other than that, it was a really quick, and fun read for me.

Recommended to young adult readers, 14+ to adults.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars such a cool concept! 2 May 2015
By Meredith Schorr - Published on Amazon.com
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I easily got lost in the story of Anna, an 18 year old girl who died but was sent back to life ("The Before) as Cassidy to help a boy in order to be allowed in the Life After (what we call the after-life). When the two fall in love, Cassidy has to decide if she really wants to go to the Life After if it means leaving Riley alone in The Before.

I find theories about what happens after we leave this world fascinating and so I absolutely loved the concept of this book and thought the author did a great job in following through. I've had too many experiences not to believe there is "something else" after we leave here and so I found the reality that the author created regarding the Life-After and The Before easy to embrace. I loved the characters of Cassidy and Riley as well as Cassidy's spiritual guide Noah. I thought the romance was sweet and appropriate for the Young Adult genre yet not so innocent to be unrealistic. I would have liked a bit more information/background regarding the first 18 years of Anna's second life as Cassidy and a bit more development of her relationship with her aunt and uncle who raised her, but it did not take away from my enjoyment of the story. I really liked it and highly recommend the novel to fans of Young Adult and paranormal!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful love story 28 January 2015
By JessieBear - Published on Amazon.com
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Every once in a while I find a book that's not well known, but have luckily stumbled upon. I found it on Amazon and the cover really drew me in. Seven Weeks to Forever is just that kind of book. It's like a rare jewel that has been hidden in a box diamonds.

I found myself glued to the pages and loving the world that Jennifer has created. Cassidy's perspective was very enjoyable, but I have to say that my favorite characters ended being Riley and Noah. I just loved those guys. This was a wonderfully unique novel about reincarnation, the after life, the ultimate act of true love and second chances.

"Thank you," I murmur, my voice coming out muffled since my face is pressed into his shoulder. I feel him put his arms around me.
"Welcome back to life." ~ Cassidy and Noah
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It was such a beautiful read, and I was swept away with the fantastic writing and the story that Jennifer created. 23 March 2016
By Naomi @ Naomi's Reading Palace - Published on Amazon.com
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4.5 Stars

I grabbed Seven Weeks to Forever when it was on sale because I loved the cover and the description had me hooked! What would I do if I knew I was going to die and had a chance to help someone before I left? I would think that I would help, but who knows what could happen! So of course I had to read it, to see what Cassidy had to do. It was such a beautiful read, and I was swept away with the fantastic writing and the story that Jennifer Farwell created.

When I first met Cassidy, she seemed quite closed off. She knew the date of her death and had pushed most people away, because she didn’t want to hurt them. She had started over in L.A. to put distance between herself and her Aunt and Uncle, but little did she know that the guy she needed to save lived there. The more time she spent with Riley, the more she opened up. He was able to get details out of her that most people haven’t been able to.

Riley, well he has his own history and I could see he was struggling with his feelings for Cassidy and what happened in his past. When these two were together, it was sweet: they would fumble through dates, say the wrong thing, but their connection became stronger.

What I really enjoyed the most was the second chance at life. Cassidy had already lived a short life before; this was her second chance and she was able to help someone before she left. She had an advisor, Noah, a kind of angel who helped her after she died, and he would appear out of nowhere to guide her on the right path. This whole aspect of what happens next, after we die, intrigues me. Just imagining that I may be able to come back, and what I would do if I could is just mind blowing!

I loved the way Jennifer Farwell pieced this story together. Cassidy gave me glimpses to her past, as well as being Anna, so I was able to understand her better. I could fell Cassidy’s frustration with the decisions that she had to make and the love she felt for Riley. It was a beautifully written journey of a girl trying to make things right before moving on to the Life After.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sweet story, quick read 26 March 2016
By M.Mak - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This was a sweet book. One of those easy reads I like to indulge in occasionally. I actually picked it up for my young teenage daughter and did a pre-screen reading of it to make sure it was appropriate for her age. I ended up finishing it in one sitting and was quite happy with the story, the characters and the book overall.

There's nothing explicit in it, so I happily recommended my daughter read it. It's good for teens, but also a nice adult, sitting on the beach, afternoon indulgent kind of read.

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