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Your best friends are what life is all about. They make you stronger. Happier. Ready to face the world. Just ask 18 year-old Evelyn Sanders. With her friends at her back, she’s poised for all of her dreams to come true. She’s not looking for a guy to make her complete. Especially not a football player sexy enough to start a fan club and a dimple that stops girls in their tYour best friends are what life is all about. They make you stronger. Happier. Ready to face the world. Just ask 18 year-old Evelyn Sanders. With her friends at her back, she’s poised for all of her dreams to come true. She’s not looking for a guy to make her complete. Especially not a football player sexy enough to start a fan club and a dimple that stops girls in their tracks.Luke Rogers just wants to have a good time. His loyalties lie with his brothers on the team. But he can’t resist the girl that sees beyond his practiced smile and victories on the field. The heat between them is like nothing they’ve ever felt. But devastating circumstances can break even the strongest bond. Will the heartache and manipulation that change their lives bring them closer together or tear them apart?*This book contains sexual content*...

Title : Feels Like Forever
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ISBN : 32738660
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Number of Pages : 197 Pages
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Feels Like Forever Reviews

  • Katie Michaels
    2018-11-06 04:35

    I wrote this book and therefore have no idea how to review it objectively. But I can say there is some steamy sex, at least one character you'll love to hate, and possibly some crying before it's over.If it sounds like your cup of tea, I hope you'll give it a try!

  • Kenya Wright
    2018-10-16 00:18

    I don't read much YA and NA, so when I do. . .it should be Sexy and Smart as hell.The A Lot Like Love series reallygrabbed me and kept my attention!       (Without giving away mega spoilers)In Book One a new love begins between an alpha football playerwho has really really really had a rough childhood.This cutey meets an unlikely (yet quirky) girl that knocks him off of his feet.Now here's where things get different from the usual romantic plotline---->you have all of these friends that cause or stop trouble between them.   And you have TWO MAJOR EVENTS that rock everyone's world (including mine).Book One was an emotional roller coaster ride.You'll need to light some candles for this book and maybe have a bottle of wine resting next to you.     .

  • Kelly
    2018-10-20 02:11

    Man, this book was good. It gave me all the highs and lows of being a teenager with a hearty dash of ...err, how to put this without giving everything away? Let's just say that THINGS HAPPEN and leave it at that, shall we?THINGS HAPPEN! Sometimes those things are little things that get thrown out of proportion and sometimes they're terrible things that no one should have to deal with.And sometimes they're the things that a boy and a girl trying to figure out how to start a relationship have to deal with as they struggle with finding themselves.Seriously, there was a lot packed into this book. IT WAS GLORIOUS!I am HIGHLY intrigued with the thought of what the next book will bring. Because a certain someone (who is not Luke or Evelyn) somehow wormed their way into my head and I REALLY want to see them find some happiness. Really. Like, super bad. Make it happen, Ms Michaels. PLEASE!-Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal

  • Nina Life of a Bookworm
    2018-10-28 00:19

    oh how I cried for last 30 pages or so, but I loved the story

  • Karin
    2018-10-23 23:24

    This book was honestly just okay to me, I did finish the book and also read book 2 because it did start to get better for me towards the last few chapters but my major issue was I just couldn't get into the characters. I like to feel stronger emotion towards a book and unfortunately this just didn't pull me I like I had hoped.I voluntarily reviewed a copy of this book

  • Kiara
    2018-10-30 06:27

    I received this book in exchange of an honest review, and it unfortunately will not be a very happy and exciting review. So I find it very essential to express how much it sucks to write this review because I hate the idea of upsetting people. 2.5 stars. The review is actually supposed to be more for book 2, but book 1 was provided additionally. Though since I didn't really enjoy book 1, it wouldn't make sense to move on further.I didn't have a problem with the writing so much as just the story and progression. I liked the dual povs thing going on. Everything with the plot just felt very rushed to me and like everything was just happening so fast. There was insta-love. A lot of the story I just found unrealistic.. for example, a bunch of teenagers going out partying to a CLUB (of all places) or party basically every other day or week or so and just being out so long and getting drunk without so much as getting in any kind of trouble at home. Overall, most of everything was just pretty cliché to me, and I couldn't get any real emotions from this book. In fact tbh, I don't know if I've ever skimmed through a book so much. I'm glad I finished it, but my feelings didn't really change from when I first opened the book to when I finished some hours later.The book just wasn't for me.

  • Meghan
    2018-10-20 22:16

    Feels Like Forever by Katie Michaels is the first book in the A Lot Like Love series and tells the story of Evelyn and Luke. Evelyn is an 18 year old high school student who cherishes her relationships with her best friends. When she meets Luke at a football game, they instantly take an interest in one another. The book goes on to tell the story of their relationship and their emotional senior year that follows. This book surprised me! I went in thinking it was going to be an easy, nice little read being just under 200 pages. But boy did the author pack a punch in those pages! This book dealt with some heavy issues very well. I loved the way it was written and was easy to follow with no holes in the story. It hooked me from the first page and I loved watching how the relationship intensified between Evelyn and Luke. I also like how friendship was just as much an important theme as romance in this novel. The supporting characters seep into your heart just as much as the main characters do which is something that is rare with a book. The plot twist towards the end of the book definitely was one I never saw coming. I found myself thinking "What?? No, no, no!!" It's amazing how many emotions this book touched on and I believe it's a book that any high school student can relate to in some manner. Overall, Feels Like Forever was a great book. I am looking forward to continuing on with the series to find out what happens next!*This book was provided in exchange for an honest review*

  • (Nat) Reading Romances
    2018-11-06 01:37

    This debut by Katie Michaels had some issues but I’m happy that I didn’t give up and read until the end. The book had a strong beginning but as the storyline developed I wasn’t sure where it was going. I felt like the friendship in Feels Like Forever was just as is important, or even more, than the romance itself. However, my biggest issue with this book was that I didn’t relate to the characters, so I didn’t feel invested. And it didn’t help that the POV switched almost every couple of pages. It’s not like the main couple didn’t have chemistry, because they did, and the sex scenes were OK, but I didn’t feel a connection between them, I didn’t feel like they were in love. Could’ve been a better approach if the story was told entirely from Evelyn’s.I was glad with the turn of events by the end of the book. What I enjoyed the most were the secondary characters and how this YA embraced sex as part of the teenager’s lives. In the end I felt like I would read another book by the author, because I liked her voice and I strongly believe that with some experience her next books might be promising.I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.

  • Heather Book Savvy Babe
    2018-10-31 22:23

    I admit, I was a little nervous when I began reading this book. This is the author’s debut novel, and debut novels can be a hit-or-miss experience. I’m happy to report that I truly enjoyed Feels Like Forever. Feels Like Forever is a thought-provoking story about a young woman who has a really tough year, but through it, she learns invaluable life lessons.I am an avid reader, and I have noticed that sometimes getting into a new story can be challenging. This was the case with Feels Like Forever. I felt the beginning of the book was a little choppy here and there, it took some time for the story to flow for me. But, the characters were interesting and I really wanted to see where the story was going, so I happily continued reading and the story got better and better.Evelyn is an 18 year old high school student, struggling with that final year of high school, boys, and friend dramas. This group off teenagers were very believable, they each had unique personalities, situations and it was easy to identify with the group of friends. Feels Like Forever took me by surprise, there was much more depth to the story and the characters than I was expecting. The situations Evelyn and her friends face are very real, difficult situations. I was impressed with author Katie Michaels, she handled the difficult situations with real emotion.Overall, Feels Like Forever is a great read. I will definitely read more by Katie Michaels in the future and I recommend this read for New Adult contemporary romance readers.

  • Susan Trewick
    2018-11-01 06:24

    I really enjoyed this book, I was hooked from the first page! Your taken on an emotional roller coaster and spat out at the end. There's a lot of highs and some terrible lows, I really didn't see some of the twists coming. I really liked Luke and Evelyn, I was invested in their relationship and was rooting for them to get a HEA. The background characters seep into your heart ( well apart from one!) one especially, I hope we get more about him. Overall a highly enjoyable read and I would highly recommend it. Can't wait for the next book. ** reviewed for sweet and spicy reads-ARC provided for honest review **

  • Laura the Highland Hussy
    2018-11-07 22:25

    I think this cover is fantastic! It really works for the genre

  • Vanessa Haley
    2018-10-24 00:23

    I received this book in return for an honest review.Katie Michaels is a new author to me, however since reading her book "Feels Like Forever (A Lot Like Love, #1)", I am anew fan to her writing and this series. Beyond the synopsis of high school best friends, and girl power, this book has so many more layers than I expected. The author follows Evelyn, who at first, like many of us at 18, shows many vulnerabilities about appearance, personality, and love. As I remained captivated to learn more about Evelyn, the author took me on a fabulous journey, following Evelyn as she became a self confident woman in her own right, one who allows herself to fall in love to a footballer, a man in the past she never would have looked twice at, mainly due to her own issues. It's this love (which in itself is a beautiful part of the story), and the love for her friends and family, that allows Evelyn to continue to grow and develop, even when the unspeakable soul destroying moments happen (no plot spoilers). If you are looking for a book that isn't just about high school moments, but something much deeper, then please read this book. Its a must!

  • Marissa Manning
    2018-10-31 01:14

    When I started Feels Like Forever I wasn't sure what to expect. Maybe a simple love story with a life lesson thrown in..but this book was so much more. It was an emotional rollercoaster. It touched on every emotion from love to heartbreak to absolute devistation, and I felt every one of them like I was the character experiencing it. I loved the dynamic of the girls, they were so close and were there for each other no matter what. I think that's a kind of friendship that everyone strides for. The love story between Ev and Luke started off a little slow but as it gained momentum I couldn't help but root for them..and feel what they were going through. This is Katie Michael's debut novel, which are usually hit or miss with me, and I'm so glad I gave it a chance. She did an amazing job writing a story that you can't help but feel as you read. Although there were times I hated it (that emotional roller coaster thing) there were so many more times that I loved it. I will definitely be looking for her next book.

  • JMV
    2018-10-19 04:19

    Received from the author for a honest review. Feels like Forever is the first book I have read from this author. I had a tough time following where the story was going at times but I was glad I stayed with. Evelyn and Luke and their gang have a lot of teenage problems: from anorexia to abuse but try to make their teenage love work. The author surprises us with some pretty dramatic events that make you draw some tears. I'm not sure as a parent I would be so casual with what my kid was doing. All in all, I did enjoyed it'd end if I feel the author tried a little to hard to cover to many teenage problems in one book.

  • Jessica Petrucci
    2018-10-30 01:23

    I really didn't know what to expect when I started reading Feels like Forever, but by the end I can tell you I want to read more! This book literally touched on every emotion possible. I was happy, heartbroken, sad, and feeling alive reading this book. I don't even know what to say that wouldn't give spoilers!! I am going to read this book again and look out for the next one!

  • Shelly
    2018-10-21 05:31

    I’ll preface this with - I don’t like romances with people this young. I don’t like people this young. They think they know it all and I just don’t have it in me to give a you know what about them. So why did I read this - because I know someone who knows someone and the premise actually sounded promising. High school is a terrible time and most of us won’t remember and will eventually move on, never to remember any of the things that will shape our future. There are some who love high school and who peak during that phase of their lives, everyone else knows that this too shall pass and their future awaits. Evelyn Sanders is a senior in high school and is looking forward to life after. But what she doesn’t know is that before the end of the school year there are actions and consequences that will forever change her and those around her. Luke Rogers is a football player, kicker, that Evelyn is immediately captivated by. Not a fan of the game Evelyn is persuaded by one of her best friends, Shelly, to go and what a lovely surprise she finds in Luke. He’s good looking with the eye lashes/dimple combo that gets to Evelyn every time she sees him. After a conversation, these two exchange information and things start happening, quickly. Think high school quick. Told primarily from Evelyn’s point of view there’s enough going on to keep the pages turning. Evelyn has her group of friends - Shelly, Merrin and Chloe - because how else can you survive high school without your posse, I know I had mine. For this group, the girls really had each others back. Evelyn had a special friendship with each of them but the one she sought advice from most was Shelly. So I looked at their friendship very differently than I saw the others. Shelly had a bravado about her that Evelyn admired tremendously. Maybe because Shelly’s one of those girls who enjoyed sex and wasn’t ashamed to admit it and I think this lended to Evelyn’s mindset that this made Shelly smarter that she actually was. Evelyn and Luke had their own issues. In Evelyn’s not so distant past she was heavier by 30lbs and she’s working hard to keep if off. I wouldn’t recommend either losing or keeping it off the way that Evelyn did and I wanted this to be a much bigger thing that it actually was. I wanted to see more of the physical damage that she’s doing to herself but I know this is high school and this is never really a thought because when we’re young we’re all bulletproof. Here’s the thing, I didn’t like Luke he’s weak. It’s not a physical weakness but he showed signs of a mental weakness that I’m not sure he can really come back from - I hope he does in the future because his rationale for why he chose his group of friends - Jeremy, Nick, and Marcus - is piss poor. Side rant: Jeremy, you’re a douche and one day I hope you get yours. The chemistry between Evelyn and Luke was quite good. There’s not too much sexing and when it did happen it was typical high school setting scenarios. I wanted to love this because it’s my one shot at reading high school drama but as I’m crying in the corner with my thumb stuck in my mouth (you’ll see why), I turn the page only to find out I’d just read the last word and I was never so mad that not everyone got their just rewards. I’m looking at you Jeremy!Happy reading folks!Rating: B*ARC provided by author

  • Renee
    2018-10-20 22:27

    This was such a good book. It was heartbreaking, heartwarming, and devastating There was a cast of characters that were equally as good together. One part I loved was how they were longtime friends. The bond was strong for the female group as well as the male.A lot of relevant issues were included to show both sides in a different light. One example was how a friend can trash talk and start an internal debate about your crush that makes you sort of question a significant other and a friend.I say read it now and grab a tissue too!!

  • Ana O. Feliz
    2018-11-04 03:37

    I received a digital copy of this book by the same author.In truth I didn't expect much from this book, but be surprised with how much loved.This book shows the painful part of life. The part where you realize that not everyone who claims to be your "friends" will always want the best for you. That the fact that you lose people who are part of you life and who love you as much as you love them is painful and devastating. It marks you and makes you consider the importance of the people around you.This book made me laugh and cry at the same time. And I loved it.Love the characters and hate some of them. And I definitely want more of this story.

  • LaShanta Charles
    2018-10-27 03:38

    When I finished this book, I did everything in my power to get to my laptop as quickly as I could so that I could write an amazing review. Now that I’m here writing, I have absolutely no idea what to write. The book has left me … speechless isn’t even the right word. I honestly don’t have a word that fits. All I know is that my emotions have been savaged. Obliterated. In the best way possible. I didn’t like being shredded that way, but the emotional grip, the inherent connection I had to the characters when tragedy struck, is testament to the author’s writing ability.Luke and Evelyn are a young couple trying to balance school, friendship, and a new relationship and because of one friend’s jealousy (I honestly have no clue why Jeremy was such a jerk) they’re nearly ruined. I can’t place the full blame on Jeremy though, Luke has a temper from hell and he lashed out at Evelyn when he should have embraced her instead. I loved the way their relationship developed. It wasn’t an insta-love, but it was beautiful and I loved them together. I have to admit, I was rooting for Evelyn and Marcus (is that bad of me?) to be a couple. I could see them blossoming together because Marcus seemed more mature and level-headed.I also have to point out that this book dealt with an eating disorder that I didn’t recognize at first. In the first couple of pages Evelyn thinks to herself “What did I weigh this morning?” and instead of recognizing it as a tell, I thought it was just teenage drama. I liked that the author shined light on such a serious situation because even the character didn’t realize it for what it was.I know there’s a book 2, which is great because although this book ended without a cliffhanger I feel like there’s unanswered questions. What happened at the party? Where did Jeremy disappear to? What will happen to Marcus???This was my first book from this author, but she has a fan for life. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more from her.**I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.**Lashanta Charles, Kindle Book Review

  • love to
    2018-11-12 02:11

    1st off let me put down my box is tissues as I begin this review. I love a book that pulls such a visceral reaction out of me that it leaves me in sobs and tears pool beneath my neck from the streams of tears I can't stop. By the end of this book, I was a mess. I am still a mess. The book is like a trainwreck in so many ways. I just knew that Michales was leaving clues for me along the way leaving chills up my arms warning me that one box of tissues was not going to be enough. Michaels even warned me in her Goodreads review, but no I had to go ahead and read it, stubbornly. I loved so many things about this book. I loved the female friendships who love so much and so hard that they are more like sisters. It is so easy for girls to be catty, but Evie's crew were inseparable. So, why a 4 you may ask? Honestly, it is mainly for two big reasons. 1st the first 40% of the book read like almost a newspaper or biographical account instead of a story. I didn't feel the build or the connection until later in the book. There was way too much telling than showing. Then 2ndly, Luke blurts out a secret to Evie VERY early on in the book. I know there are people who blurt out things, but this was a biggie and felt that I needed more development.If you can get past that (which I hope you can), then be ready for some serious emotions. This book is about so many lessons in life for any age. Definitely worth a read!I received this book from the author for an honest review.For more reviews and promotions, go to

  • Mary Kate
    2018-10-30 22:39

    Feels Like Forever by Katie Michaels is not your typical love story (and I have read a lot of them). While the plot of the story revolves around Evelyn’s continued relationship with Luke, we never lose sight of her friends. So many people (girls in particular) are guilty of “dumping” their friends for the first couple months of a new relationship as they become obsessed with spending all their time with their new beau. One of my favorite things in this book that you do not see that often is how Evelyn’s friendships with her best friends not only continues, but grows over time. To me, this story was so touching on how deep female friendships can be and how no girl would be the same without her best friends. Michaels had me tearing up on the train as I reminisced all the wonderful adventures I have shared with my own friends. The nights she spends with her girls will touch everyone’s heart because every girl cherishes her sleepovers with her girlfriends. Great read and prepare to get teary eyed.

  • Debby M
    2018-11-06 22:18

    I received an ARC in exchange for my honest opinion. This book was well written, and although the Romance between Luke and Evelyn started out a little slow, their relationship showed progress through the entire story. I also saw growth in many of the other characters. Many times I wanted to punch Jeremy especially towards the end, and the bittersweet ending brought tears to my eyes. There were quite a few tragedies in this book, but the sweet moments were beautiful. Although I could not really connect with either of the main characters, I learned to love them through this story. Overall not a bad way to spend a day.

  • Uzma
    2018-10-22 01:40

    "Feels Like Forever" by Katie Michaels is a high school romance that's actually a lot more than just a romance. It tells the story of Evie and Luke and their friends on their journey of becoming "adults".When I started with the book, the first character I fell in love with was Marcus. Just like that. Even before I started liking the main characters. The side characters are profound and believable.My only reason for giving it a 3.5 kinda stars is the fact that for me, even though being an emotional and valid ride, the book took its time to "reveal" itself and the story it was trying to deliver and somehow I lost a bit of connection I had developed with the characters.I'd definitely recommend the book to the readers who are into coming of age, angsty reads. You won't be disappointed.I was provided with an ARC of the book by the lovely author. Thank you for sharing this incredible story with us. Wishing you all the best for your future endeavors.

  • Becky Wise
    2018-11-14 01:38

    I highly enjoyed this book. It's a 4.5 star for me. It's definitely a book that pulls at many of your emotions. Evelyn and her friends were simply lovely. You can really feel the bound they all shared. Luke and his buddies, they were the typical high school boys for the most part. My favorites out of both groups of friends were Luke, Marcus, Evelyn and Merrin. There were a lot of times I want to punch and scream at Jeremy and was like why are these boys friends with this guy. You definitely need a box of tissues with this one. I found myself tearing up several times through out the whole endeavor. You feel the pull of Luke and Evelyn and hope for the best that at a young age of 18 they have what it takes to last. I'm looking forward to seeing what happens to this small group in the next book. As a first read for me of Katie Michaels I'm looking forward to her future works.

  • Felicia
    2018-10-18 05:20

    Coz I read the wrong book first (#2 before #1), this book felt more like it was feeling in the gaps in book #2. While you didn't need to read this before #2 (there was sufficient info to not let you be lost), this was the younger version of Evelyn that had yet to grow up. Seeing her find her own feet in this story was lovely; you see her strength shine thru from time to time. Luke, on the other hand, was quite a little boy and there were many times I wanted to reach into the book and give him a knock on the head or two.Personally, I like book 2 better as I feel it has more depth. So this would be a good book to read just to get more background into Luke & Eve's story if you so please.

  • Joan Gallo
    2018-10-25 05:30

    I had a really had a hard time reading this debut novel. I tried so hard to keep picking it up after putting it down many times. The writing was good but the story line was just very hard for me to read. I wouldn't give up on this author just yet. I just think the story was fit for me. I was given an arc of this book for my honest review

  • wendy Shelton(obsessedbybooks)
    2018-11-14 01:18

    this was a great young adult romance about how cruel and real life can be. Evelyn and Luke have a big group of friends who all seemingly get along til pride and egos get in the way but through it all Luke and Evelyn try to hang on and make what they have work. this was a really great read.

  • Cynthia
    2018-11-02 22:30

    I received a copy of this book for my honest review.Let's begin with the positives. This book was a quick read. Once you got into the book, the author begins to develop the characters. It felt like the character's senior year was more typical than what is usually depicted in YA books. Kids drink and sneak out and have sex and they fight with their friends. And all in all the love story was plausible.But....This book was written on a very low reading level. making it seem like a book for a younger audience that your typical New Adult Romance Audience. If it weren't for the addition of the gratuitous sex scene at about 54%, this book could be marketed as a coming of age teen novel. I think that the subject could be relative to teens of the actual age of the character, but the addition to the more than descriptive love scene makes it an 18+ novel. If that scene and the other towards the end where toned down a bit, it think it would actually help market the book a little differently. Don't get me wrong, I am not against descriptive sex scenes, I just don't think it adds anything to the story line. I also think that even after all the tragic events, many characters were left with a big fat (...). I think if those characters lasted till the end and could have been developed even more, they could have been a good addition to the story. In fact, some of the characters, Like Merrin, were actually more developed than Evelyn. I also think that the Bryce situation seemed random. It really wasn't necessary for the story, besides adding some mistimed drama. I am not even sure why it was added if the affected character, Merrin, didn't even make it to the end of the book. Evelyn's issue with weight and eating disorder was also misplaced. That could have been a bigger issue, but it just would pop up randomly and then at the end it became something bigger than it was introduced. I think her being overweight in the past actually did little to validate her problem. I think that focusing on the control aspect of the eating disorder would have put more important emphasis on the problem. And Luke's family. His dad being in prison, brother's death, and the move to i guess a random place- it all seemed to be details that were so big but couldn't be developed fully. His dad's imprisonment could have been more connected if it were for his brother's death or the videos, but the random reason didn't make sense. And his brother's death. The video's seemed like a detail that could have been eliminated because it seems like it is too big to ignore. And why did they pick the town they are in. It would make sense if the mom had family near them. I think that these things needed to make a bigger impact if they were mentioned at all. Maybe the dad killed the brother in a drunk driving incident, could have added to the drama of the wreck at the end.All in all, it kept my attention!