Book Review: Forever Today by Katie J. Douglas

Forever Today
Author: Katie J. Douglas
Published by: Independent
Publication date: March 22nd, 2019
Genres: Women’s Fiction, Romance

Goodreads Synopsis:

Wyatt didn’t realize it at the time, but the decision to drive his truck down the narrow dirt road behind the lake that quiet afternoon would set his life in a direction he never anticipated. It brought him to her; the rest he would be left to figure out for himself.Charlotte comes to Patagonia, Arizona to escape life with her mother, an addict with a propensity for men and excess. Charlotte moves in with her Aunt Rose, a foul-mouthed, loving, and eccentric psychic who welcomes her with open arms. It is there that Charlotte meets Wyatt, a young cowboy from Tucson, working on a ranch before he leaves Arizona behind him for good. That chance meeting changes the course of both of their lives forever. Their connection is not so simple as summer love. Charlotte feels a tie to him and a recognition of him almost immediately. She spends the summer healing herself from a life of neglect, searching for her own faith and spirituality, all the while guided by her Aunt Rose. Charlotte and Wyatt’s exploration of love that summer changes them irrevocably from who they once were.


Forever Today is a debut novel by Katie J. Douglas. We follow Charlotte and Wyatt on what is more than your usual summer fling.

I don’t usually read women’s fiction, let alone romance, but I found myself falling in love with their story and I couldn’t put it down.

Also, Aunt Rose is the best, everyone needs an Aunt Rose. She’s sassy as can be and everything that I want to be when I grow up.


Rating: 5 out of 5.

What do you think about Forever Today? Are you going to give it a read? Let’s talk about it in the comments!

P.S. Book 2, Snowfall, releases tomorrow October 5th, 2019.

All my love, always



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