“Eternal Bloom” is the sequel book to “New Bloom” by A. E. Gamrat, so make sure you read “New Bloom” first! Gwen’s mother was rushed to the hospital at the end of “New Bloom” and “Eternal Bloom” picks up right where “New Bloom” left off, with Gwen and her father nervously waiting for information. I don’t want to give anything away but I felt like I was holding my breath the whole book, waiting to see how things would go for Gwen and her family. I’d been wanting her to stand up for herself and tell her parents what she was really feeling! Her new relationship with Kame being rocky and her relationship with her parents being about the same, I was worried how things would turn out. This book was a lovely ending to the story, but I feel like there is more to tell with Gwen’s best friend Lena and their oldest friend, Tyler. Hopefully, A.E Gamrat has more in store for us! This really was a lovely book that showed me that what you don’t know about a person can be just as important as what you do know. So, I give “Eternal Bloom” four stars!
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