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TITLE: Forever Ago
GENRE: Romance
PUBLICATION: May 26th, 2021

I’m alone in the sea of my grief until I meet Zeke, a tornado of complications who leaves destruction in his wake. I fall hard and fast, despite all the warning signs.

Our love story is far from a fairy-tale. But if it hurts, then it’s real.

There’s a monster hiding beneath his tattooed skin, an addiction that will tear us apart. I can’t lose him, but I’m powerless to fix wounds that simply run too deep.

How do you save someone who doesn’t want to be saved?


I’ve been a shadow of my former self ever since the crash, consumed by guilt. A chance encounter in bereavement therapy changes everything.

Hallie invades my life with her soft smiles and fiery passion. She becomes my whole world and for the first time in so long, I have a reason to live.

My demons aren’t so easily beaten. I should walk away, yet I can’t bring myself to leave the woman who took my broken pieces and brought me back to life, one kiss at a time.

I’ll fight this addiction to my very last breath for her, but the road to recovery is never simple. If I’m not careful, I might just drag her to hell with me.


Forever Ago is a dark, M/F romance that contains triggering scenes relating to drug addiction, grief, bereavement and mental health issues. There is explicit language throughout and sexual content only suitable for over 18s. Please bear in mind that there is no guaranteed HEA.

Is a full length romance book by new to me author J. Rose. In this you'll meet Hallie Burns & Ezekiel Rhodes aka just Zeke. 'Spoken in dual perspectives'.

I’m sitting here after closing the last page with a snotty blocked nose and leaky eyes that won’t stop running! Go into this with tissues on the ready!

Hallie: is a twenty three year old, had just recently lost the only other person she could call her own, her dad passed away after the cancer claimed him leaving her all alone. Her dream was to pursue a degree in art. She regularly attends a bereavement group every week. She keeps to herself, doesn't party or have a big group of friends, prefers to lose herself in her painting.

Zeke: has also lost someone close to him, he's struggling on a whole new different level, anything to get his hands on to numb the pain is his for the taking, drugs have always had their grip on him, but lately it's spiralling into a dangerous territory. Bender after bender hurting the ones that stand by his side. Even the one girl who won't turn her back on him.

Even though these two attend the same university they had never laid eyes on each other until the day he walks into group therapy.

Their tale is heartbreaking, emotional and gritty, when these two come together it's like their souls mashed as one.
I went into this with no expectations, new author to me, so I truly didn’t know what to expect, what I didn’t expect was how freely the tears would come, how heartbroken I would become. How immersed in the storyline I would become, life was put on hold for the day as I sat there inhaling this, devouring it at a speed which I normally don't read, hoping, praying that a HEA would come.



These two were so strong in some circumstances but weak in others, their story had my emotions all over the place like a yo-yo out of control, I felt everything that was thrown at me, the angst nearly did my head in as I screamed at her to harden up and walk away, but love had its hooks in her deep, this story packs a hard punch, it shows exactly what addiction can be like for the ones left on the sidelines fighting for the ones chasing their addiction, I think the author did an amazing job with the delivery of this story.

* Teaser used is off the authors facebook page *