BOOK REVIEW: The Problem With Forever


  • Title: The Problem With Forever
  • Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout
  • Reading Status: April 13-April 19, 2017


WARNING: This review may contain spoilers. 


First things first. I might be a little late for reading this book, but still, I want to make a review because I fell in love with it. My first impression upon reading the title was “cheesy and lousy” because why not? This is the first (ever) book of Jennifer L. Armentrout that I’ve read. So I guess, my first impression never lasts (sometimes) and I was so so wrong for judging the title (sorry Jennifer, FORGIVE ME).

This book made me think about the profound and deep meanings of life and how it differs from one another. At first, I was easily attached to Mallory. Not that I have the same painful past but because I related myself with her. I love her transformation until the end. Who wouldn’t? We all know that dealing with that kind of past is hard and it may drag you down for the rest of your life. But she did it! And I admit, I get butterflies in my tummy too whenever Rider tell sweet things to Mallory. I just feel like he was directly talking to me! Hahaha.

I love Ainsley and Jayden’s personality in here because I can really feel the free-spirited vibes from them. I also love the strictness of Carl because he reminded me of my papa when I was a teenager. What I’ve learned from Paige was that people cope up with their fears and painful experiences differently. We should learn to face and deal with it.

Lastly, I just hope that there will be a novella for Hector and Ainsley because I’m sure I will love that!

How about you?


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