Forever and Ever Boxed Set - E. L. Todd

Forever and Ever Boxed Set

By E. L. Todd

  • Release Date: 2017-05-27
  • Genre: Contemporary
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 322 Ratings)


I’m in love with Skye Preston.

The Skye Preston.

The daughter of the wealthiest businessman in the world, and the most beautiful woman I’ve ever known. Her looks don't compare to her golden heart. And her heart doesn't compare to that big brain of hers.

But I could never tell her.

Because we've been best friends for twenty years.

She has a jerk for a boyfriend, and I'm not the only one who thinks so. The rest of the gang can't stand him either. But I'm not the kind of guy to intervene. I respect her too much to pull a stunt like that.

But then I spot her at a party, too drunk to even walk. The men are eyeing her like easy prey so I take her home. But when we get there Skye is different. She looks at me differently. She touches me differently.

And she wants me differently.


  • My opinion only

    By 1Alannah
    Although the story is insightful into feelings and thoughts of it's characters I feel that too much of books three was repeated Without adding context to the story. I do love that this is offered as a box set and will continue to read the rest in this series. I have to know the ending. I'm hooked.
  • Amazing

    By Marathon_z
    I love it
  • Forever and ever box set

    By NolaWin65
    I don't like any of these characters; they are so annoying.
  • Forever and Ever

    By Avidread5
    I will be honest I enjoyed the books. But to continue the series it's 4.99 a book it says it's 600 pages but it's only 250 approximately and there's like 40 some odd books so not wort it.
  • Loved it!!!

    By awalters0322
    Couldn't put it down - or rather neither of the 3.
  • A little strange...

    By crazy4yoy
    I didn't like how 1.5 love stories spanned over three books. The second wasn't even complete when the third book ended and that was very frustrating. The parent-child relationships were also VERY WEIRD. It got to the point with some of the father-daughter relationships that I had to skip over parts because of how disgustingly "close" the fathers were to their daughters and ridiculously (unrealistically) overprotective the parents were overall. If you can get past those elements of the books, the stories are actually very good. I would have rather seen some of the parent involvement omitted and more focus on the kids and their relationships with each other. They are adults after all!