Format: Available for eBook
Series: book 4 Ella/Micha series
Rated: 18+ Language, sexual situations
Genre: Romance/New Adult
Goodreads page: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18164292-the-ever-after-of-ella-and-...
In this book, we follow Ella and Micha as they prepare to get married. Micha is all ready to do it, but Ella has doubts that are brought on from the journal that she receives from her maternal grandmother that she never knew.
Ella tries to deal with the dark thoughts that her mom had when she wrote the journal and the struggle with whether or not she will make a good wife for Micha.
Ella and Micha return back home so that they can have a wedding with their families. Ella continues to struggle with what happened with her mother and the fact that she won’t be there for the wedding.
During the story, there are flashbacks of when Ella and Micha were younger and how their friendship built their strong foundation and how they fell in love with one another.
While they are home, Micha learns that he can follow his dreams and go on tour, but he’s worried what it will do to Ella or if he would be able to be without her for 3 months.
As the book comes to an end, Ella finally comes to grips with her past and looks to build her future with Micha. Micha is finally happy to see the little girl that he fell in love with as a boy turn become the confident person he knew she could be.
This book has a lot of flashbacks and at first I liked it because it helped paint a better picture of their friendship when they were kids. It got a little tiring though when they replayed the same things that happened in the first book, but from Micha’s point of view. I’m not a big fan of knowing both sides of a story after the fact because it’s taken out of context. There is such a big gap in between both sides that I would have to read both of them at the same time to really get a good feeling from that scene.
For me, I didn’t really need this book to be satisfied with the ending. I liked how the third book ended and I was happy with it. This one is nice and kind of wraps up their ending in nice bow but it didn’t seem necessary.
Recommendations: The Coincidence series by Jessica Sorensen, The Thoughtless series C.S. Stephens, Left Drowning by Jessica Park