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From the author of The Girl Before comes a tense and incisive work of psychological suspense that examines how easy it is to fall into the wrong relationship . . . and how impossible it can be to leave.In the wake of a painful breakup and struggling to prove herself at work, Julia feels adrift. When Bryce blows into her life, he seems like the perfect anchor. Handsome, chaFrom the author of The Girl Before comes a tense and incisive work of psychological suspense that examines how easy it is to fall into the wrong relationship . . . and how impossible it can be to leave.In the wake of a painful breakup and struggling to prove herself at work, Julia feels adrift. When Bryce blows into her life, he seems like the perfect anchor. Handsome, charming, secure, and confident, Bryce brings out the best in Julia, sweeping her off her feet with attention and affection while grounding her with his certainty and faith. Together they embark on a path guided by the principles of his family and their church, each step a paving stone leading to happily ever after.But this is no fairytale.Step by step, one small concession leading to another, Julia is slowly isolated from her job, her friends, and her family, until she comes to find that her dream come true is a cage. Then one day everything changes . . . and Julia is faced with no choice but to find a way out....

Title : With You Always
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ISBN : 36595974
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 352 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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With You Always Reviews

  • Jillian Doherty
    2018-11-06 21:12

    OMG i Loved Olsen's first title The Girl Before like a 14 year old fan girl. Now with her latest release I feel like I've returned to my teen giddiness after finishing; such astounding storytelling!If you also enjoy I-can't-believe-how-this-could-be-true psychological writing style - preorder now. From page one you know it's going to have elements of Sleeping With the Enemy, while equally getting sucked into the fairy tale love story that most young girls dream of. You stay on this wild ride of situational irony until you yourself feel the emotional turn and want to step into the pages to stop what you know is coming. I was glued to the story right up until the brilliant ending (and could still use about 50 more pages ;)