Forever Friday invites you to travel back in time to the early twentieth century Texas Coastal Bend where a young couple—Gabe and Pearl Alexander—are swept up in a miraculous love. As the heartwarming, pulse-quickening story of their relationship develops through Gabe’s poems, the Alexanders reveal a new way to consider what it means to be truly devoted to each other. Could the secrets of their love affair, laid to rest twenty years ago, hold the key to one man’s future?
This is the kind of love that was portrayed through the book, very inspiring. The book had a nice flow to it that was not rushed yet did not linger to long in any aspect. The characters are all well written and grow as the story progresses. Each chapter starts out with a lovely post card and poem that captivate you and make you wanna guess what will follow. There were a few parts of the book that felt a little odd how the story moved from one set of central characters to the other, but overall it still flowed nicely. The book had a wonderful christian theme throughout and centered itself of spiritual truth and hope. I am one of these people who need the cover to catch my eye for me to want to even read the back of the book, much less the whole thing. The cover can ruin a book for me. This cover was soft, romantic and had this comforting old-timely feel to it that makes you want to pick it up an investigate. I am so glad I did. I look forward to reading another book by Timothy Lewis.