“Forever Friday” Blends Romance in Two Different Eras

When Adam Colby discovers a collection of postcards at an estate sale, he is drawn into the world of two lovers from an earlier era, Huck and Gabe. One romantic poem each Friday for years, from a man determined to continue wooing his wife for the life of their marriage. Can Adam find the clues to his own failed marriage in Huck and Gabe’s story or is he, as he feels, destined to live his life out alone?
Timothy Lewis weaves “Forever Friday” together with an endearing love story and some gently supernatural elements. The transitions from era to era are well done and the characters are intriguing. For me, it belongs in the category I call “Restorative Fiction.” It won’t keep you on the edge of your seat…it’s more like sinking into a warm bath and luxuriating in the story. Fans of romance and Christian fiction will love this book. It’s suitable for romantics of high school age and up.
“Forever Friday” was provided to me by Multnomah WaterBrook for this review as part of their “Blogging for Books” program. The opinions, however, are entirely my own!

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