Book Review: First Comes Forever


Friendship is strength. Love muddles everything. And a baby would definitely blur the lines.

Amani is keeping secrets. On the surface, she’s envied as a successful influencer with millions of followers, but no one, not even her found family, knows the truth. She’s burnt out, fed up, and devastated over the news that her chances of ever having a baby are slim to none, and she’s running out of time.

Adam’s only priority as a Hollywood agent is keeping his best friend, and client's career afloat. In fact, he works so much that he’s almost outrun his painful past when marriage and fatherhood were taken from him. If Adam has learned anything, love is untrustworthy, and he’ll never make that mistake again.

The timing is wrong, and neither can handle a relationship right now, so obviously, there’s only one way to address the steamy tension between them: just one summer with absolutely no strings attached.

But when Adam falls under Amani’s spell, he finds himself blurring the lines, and even offers her the ultimate favor…

Is a baby between friends really that bad of an idea?


Author note: First Comes Forever is the conclusion of the Real Life, Real Love series. It can be read as a standalone. While it does in end a happily ever after, this story contains mentions of pregnancy, infertility, and miscarriage. Please protect your mental health and read responsibly.

My Review

I absolutely love this book. The emotional journey that Kay took my on with Amani and Adam. My heart was broken but put back together again all while reading this book. These two will have a special place in my heart forever. 

Amani and Adam both were a bit broken. However, through their friendship and love they healed and found their HEA. The moments when Adam was carrying for Amani were very touching. They made the spicy ones better because what Amani and Adam did was not just s#x but love. 

When Adam's dad described Amani and spoke about her, I had the biggest smile on my face. I saw a change in Adam as well and I am happy for him. This book gets an A+. 


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