Sydney Richland and Crew Naylor were in their final year of high school make a mistake and find that Sydney is pregnant. They were deeply in love and committed to each other, but could their love weather this error and the storm it would cause in Sydney’s family?
Sydney chatted with her grandmother’s ghost who she’d been able to see since her death whenever she needed support. Figuring out what to do about the baby and telling her parents was the perfect time for a visit with Grandma.
Reality Ever After is a light romantic fantasy that’s also a bit of a wake-up call to young adults who plan on waiting until marriage before that ultimate act of intimacy. Sydney and Crew opened themselves up to a lot of difficulties and problems that they wouldn’t have had to go through if they had been more careful.
What they did about it afterward though was make some hard choices and grow up perhaps more quickly than they otherwise would have. The twists and turns in the story will bring tears of sorrow and joy, but most off all will remind you that a forever-kind-of-love does exist.
This is a wonderful novella. Cami Checketts handles this kind of sensitive issue so well. I gave this book a rating of 5 stars out of 5. Reality Ever After is also included in the boxed set of Love and Magic.
I received this book from the publishers in exchange for a fair and honest review. A positive opinion was not required. All thoughts are my own.
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