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Forever Kansas

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Description

“She will be the death of me one day. I swear, she will.”

In this companion novel to the best selling Ruby Blue Series, Brennan Kaelin, Fairy Prince and Heir to the throne of the Earthen Royal Court in Fey, reveals his inner most desires and struggles. In a world where the four Royal Courts and three Realms collide, an even deeper connection is unearthed as more secrets of Fey are exposed. Relive Ruby’s adventures through Brennan’s eyes as he searches to discover the mysteries shrouding the prophesy of the One with The Elements.

*Author’s note: This novel is meant to be read after “Forever Blue” (Book 4 of the Ruby Blue Series). It discloses additional information to Ruby and Brennan’s story, however, some key plot points of Ruby's story are intentionally left out.

Customer Reviews

Forever Kansas Forever on my Mind

Ms. Cassar, you have truly given me a challenge for a review on Forever Kansas! How do I put into words how Brennan makes me melt even though I know he is but a character, and what a character he is! I can see him clearly in my mind. His stance, his mannerisms, his cute dimples and when he runs his hand through his dark hair when he is exasperated or amazed by something Ruby has done......SWOON.......
I like where the author chooses to jump into Ruby and Brennan's story, as far as the whole series goes. This last book could go on and on forever as far as I'm concerned!
It was good to hear the excitement build up in Brennan's mind and heart for Ruby. It really shows just how much he loves her and that she is his "Gra' mo chroi' go deo" It was sweet to picture his side of what was going on even when he wasn't with Ruby. He truly shows how deeply his connection to Ruby goes when he explains that he can wait for her to be ready to fully commit to him even if it means he has to sit back and watch, completely frustrated, Ruby date other people like an normal teenage human would, but that always he would stay devoted to her.
I wish I was a painter or that I knew how to draw, because the images of Fae that I have in my mind are breathtakingly Beautiful. If only we all could soda-pop fizz and appear in the lush garden of flowers and smell their beautiful scent....
The only question I am left with is.....how is Ruby's Aunt Suzette connected to Fae and what is the story behind Brennan's Uncle giving her a fairy cross?

THIS IS MY FAVORITE BOOK IN THE ENTIRE SERIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!

~~I received this in exchange for my honest opinion~~

THIS IS MY FAVORITE BOOK IN THE ENTIRE SERIES!!!!!!!!!!!!! Why you ask? Not only do you get to relive everything that went on, but you get to hear it from Brennan's point of view! You get to feel what he is feeling, and see what he is thinking! That is all I am going to tell you, because if you haven't read this series, you are totally missing out! If you have read this series, this makes the entire series perfect! That is all I am going to say because I don't want to give ANYTHING away! Perfect book!!

Forever Kansas
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  • $3.99
  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Fantasy
  • Published: Nov 14, 2014
  • Publisher: Julie Cassar
  • Seller: Smashwords
  • Print Length: 471 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Requirements: To view this book, you must have an iOS device with iBooks 1.3.1 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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