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The New Ever After

The New Ever After After becoming a widow with three small children Heather Meadows is starting a new life She has a sexy new husband newborn twins and a blossoming career as a writer But with the advent of summer co

  • Title: The New Ever After
  • Author: Julie Farley
  • ISBN: 9780989222723
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Paperback
  • After becoming a widow with three small children, Heather Meadows is starting a new life She has a sexy new husband, newborn twins, and a blossoming career as a writer But with the advent of summer comes an avalanche of worries about doing it all and being enough In her quirky style that drew readers to Tripped Up Love, Heather works through her new challenges and surprAfter becoming a widow with three small children, Heather Meadows is starting a new life She has a sexy new husband, newborn twins, and a blossoming career as a writer But with the advent of summer comes an avalanche of worries about doing it all and being enough In her quirky style that drew readers to Tripped Up Love, Heather works through her new challenges and surprises with the fortitude she found she had when her first husband died Only this time, her strength is put to the ultimate test as she faces losing not only her best friend but her new happily ever after as well.

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    1. Great continuation of Tripped Up Love. Peter is even hotter in this book! Heather is so easy to identify with if you're mom and your life is a little bit crazy. Great job Julie!!

    2. The New Ever After is the sequel to Julie Farley’s book “Tripped Up Love” and it follows Julie’s tradition of being sweet, not too angsty and full of love. What I enjoy about these books is that they portray a normal life and normal people that go through things that while challenging and difficult can absolutely happen to normal peoples. Heather is imperfect, but she is a good mother and a good friend. She has flaws, but she is relatable and a well-rounded character. She has suffered so [...]

    3. In The New Ever After, the sequel to Tripped Up Love, the story continues with widow Heather Meadows marrying famous author Peter Adamson, and their family grows from three to five children with the birth of twins. The reader follows along as Heather and Peter adjust to married life with kids while trying to balance their writing careers with the daily family struggles that life brings. As Heather works through the challenges, she encounters dramatic events that will test her closest relationshi [...]

    4. It's not often when you love a second book as much as the first in a series, but Farley did just that with her second book in her New Ever After series. I was wondering where the author was going to take the story line after the first book, but it gave us a nice continuation to see where Heather & Peter ended up after their shocking news at the end of book one. It also gave us an even greater in-depth look at Heather's pain of losing her first husband, Hank, in a beautiful, tender, and emoti [...]

    5. I didn't enjoy the first book yet had to read the sequel. It was just as cloying and really made me dislike Heather--from her reaction to Peter's first love to the way she dealt with catching her nemesis making out with her best friend's husband to the HORRIBLE Facebook post/Facebrag at the end (who would EVER post about sex in their status???)We get it. Peter is hot, Heather is selfish and has low self-esteem. Despite the hardship she's been through, I wouldn't be her friend. And, she is a horr [...]

    6. If this book teaches you anything it's to live your life to the fullest, embrace craziness, and cherish family and friends. I loved the first book and loved this one just as much. Heather ( the heroine) isn't perfect, never claims to be and over analyzes every situation, which I'm guilty of myself. Peter ( the hero) is simply perfect. I wish we all could have a man like Peter. The two of them balance each other out and that's what makes this story work. If you've read the first one, you definite [...]

    7. The second book in this series wasn't a feel good read at all. Kinda the opposite of book 1 with lots of very serious situations that left me a little depressed at times while reading it. The storyline was solid and well written. The characters just had so many complicated things going on that I had a hard time connecting, but in reality life is complicated. Loved how Julie finally let Heather breathe and let stuff roll off of her. I absolutely loved the epilogue and thought it was a perfect end [...]

    8. Imagine my surprise when I purchased a freebie from bookbub and after reading the first page realized it was a sequel to one of my favorite books of 2013!! I absolutely love the Heather & Peter. They are an amazing couple and Julie Farley's writing so like talking to my best friend. I love watching Heather grow, Peter hit suburbia head on and the kids adapt to their new life.

    9. Liked book 2 even more than 1. Found myself laughing quite a bit and relating to Heather. Will definately read book 3 when its out!

    10. This is a continuation from Tripped Up Love (Click here to read my review). For those who have not read Tripped Up Love - STOP READING NOW. The New Ever After is not a stand-alone novel and follows Tripped Up Love directly. ReCap:Heather was a happily married mother of three who lived the perfect suburban life. Then her perfect husband has a heart attack and dies. Her world is thrown into complete dissaray and she struggles to cope. In comes Peter. A 40 something, unattached, baggage free, world [...]

    11. Everything and nothing happens in this. but somehow I kept reading.Starting where book 1 ends, widow Heather has married Peter, the famous and hot 40 yr old writer and has birthed their twins. so this already-crazy family gets crazier because that's just the prologue.We then have to slog through the everyday life of an upper middle class family and an upper middle class suburban enclave outside of Richmond, VA. Which was terribly boring. And what makes matters worse is that this woman can't even [...]

    12. I really enjoy reading this series. I do suggest that you read the first book in this series before you delve into this one. I can relate to the life that Heather and Peter have. I have never lost a husband like Heather, but I can feel her pain. Peter is such a Godsend to her. He is the man that every women would love to have. Great dad, great husband, great friend!!!! I did get a bit upset with Heather at times for not just going with the flow, but I suppose all moms with 5 kids can get stresse [...]

    13. The New Ever After by Julie Farley authorHeather's husband passed away and left her with three small children. She meets Peter, a well known writer, three years later.They marry and have added a set of twins to the family. Peter has a close call with his sailboat and Heather is afraid she will again be a widow. The story builds as you read , you can't put it down till you know how it all ends.

    14. Book 2Another good read. As with the first book, this one also had some very funny parts. I like to see busybodies get what they deserve, and this book has some extremely busy bodies.

    15. I'm in loveI'm in love with this series & didn't think the second book could be as good as the first-I was wrong & cannot wait to read the third! Keep them coming Julie

    16. I like itI like itlike Ray Stevens said it's life one tragedies . Do you have any more of those books to read they were inspired me to read some more.

    17. Cute story, but not the best writing. Stuck with it because I was invested in the characters, but not sure if I'll continue with the series.

    18. Exciting and lovingJulie is a brilliant author with a great combination of real life. I laugh, cried and was angry right along with Heather.

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