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    How happy is the ever after?

    The long awaited sequel to Maybe Baby. In the first book we met Laney who desperately wanted a child. Preferably with her then live in boyfriend Niklas, but when he decided that he wasn’t in the market for a second round of fatherhood (he had 2 children with his ex-wife), Laney decided she would settle for a sperm donor. The natural way. Enters Mads. Who was supposed to be just her sperm donor but they fell in love and had an affair. Laney left Niklas for Mads, got pregnant and married the love of her life. Yay. Ends book 1. In Maybe forever we get to know what happens after the honeymoon is over. It’s 5 years later and Mads and Laney have 2 daughters. Mads is doing extremely well with his furniture company, working overtime and Laney is on maternity leave taking care of the kids. Laney is feeling overwhelmed and in desperate need of a break. She misses her man, whose focus is seemingly solely on his booming business and when he's finally home, on his daughters. Not so much on his wife. And it seems like everyone notice that all is not well with Laney but Mads. Throw in insecurities issues from both spouses, poor communication, temptation at work (yup, there is always that hussy who wants who’s not hers) and all you get is: trouble in paradise. It is a romance, so there will be a HEA but only after Laney takes drastic measures and Mads stops being so self involved and does some serious damage control. What I liked: - That it was so normal. No excessive drama. I mean, we all know that relationships need work. All what Laney and Mads went through are just your ordinary real life challenges. I would love to read more books that tackles what happens after the ‘I love you’s and we will live HEA’. - That Kim Golden has mad story telling skills and makes you genuinely care about the characters. Speaking of those, I loved the secondary characters (with a special shout out to Willem, my fellow Dutchie ☺ who told the before mentioned man-stealer vixen off, good for him!). The secondary characters were key in helping the couple overcome their problems. And cousins Eddy and Henrik will get their own story, looking forward to that one too. - That the story is set in Europe, Denmark specifically. I have much love for the Scandinavian region and will be visiting Copenhagen this year. Will make sure to visit Hotel Kong Arthur, the place where ‘Mads and Laney’ started ☺


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