I usually don't like sequels. I have said this many times before. But if a sequel can be better than the first, than this is true about Ever After.
Now that Emily Anderson has her parents together, she is looking to her own love life. Justin Baker, a man in her workplace, is the one currently pursuing her interest. Their relationship, to me, was kind of rushed.
Lauren and Shane are having troubles in paradise. The pain their families inflicted on them in their past is wearing on their relationship and threatening to end it.
There's not really much else I can say about this book that wouldn't give away the original end. The characters remained the same as in the first book, which combats one of the worst sequel vices.
I think Karen is getting better and better as she continues to write novels. Once again, she has crafted a realistic story with a plausible and believable end.
This book is one worth reading.
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