How Long Is Forever by Erin M. Leaf

How Long Is Forever by Erin M. Leaf
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (140 pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

Too tall, too smart, too fat—Eva is sick of guys treating her like crap because they can’t handle her curves or her brains. It’s time for her to ditch her pesky virginity, and when she needs help, there’s only one man on her shortlist: Charlie Greenwood, her dad’s best friend. So what if he’s too old for her? So what if he’s the guy she’s been crushing on for years? He was her rock when her parents died, and he’s the only man who treats her like a human being instead of a joke.
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Charlie knows he shouldn’t look at Eva the way he does, but she’s got curves that go on forever, and he’s a sucker for a smart woman. So what if she’s too young for him? So what if he can’t stop imagining her in his bed? In his arms? Looking isn’t doing, right?

When Eva propositions him, suddenly looking isn’t enough. Lust has a way of wrecking the best intentions, especially when love lurks around the bend.

Life has thrown everything at Eva and she is still standing, albeit not feeling very strong. She has lost both her parents, she’s never had a date, and men complain she is too fat or too tall. The only one she wants is fixated on her being a little girl, and Eva fears she will never get Charlie to see her any other way.

This is a sweet and steamy read that makes you wish for a happy ending even before you get there. Charlie fears his dead best-friend would hate him for being with his daughter, whilst Eva thinks her dad would be happy for them. It takes some time for Charlie to act, but once he does, the gloves come off and Eva has a smile on her face. I did want to give Charlie a clip around the ear at times as he seemed almost happily blind about his feelings for Eva, but it was all good in the end.

Exceedingly well written, with no spelling or grammatical errors that I noticed, this was an easy read, full of steam, hope, and a little bit of angst to get you going. Definitely recommended by me.

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