Love is in the air! —along with anxiety, obstruction, and uncertainty.
Forever Friends, by Sahar Abdulaziz, is the heartwarming finale in The Abernathy & Crane Series. It is a story about the unending pursuit of love, the power of friendship, and the amount of trust and selflessness needed when giving everything might mean having nothing left.
Irwin Abernathy is a walking, breathing, emotional wreck, and his chosen family isn’t faring much better. Harper and Christopher’s wedding is only days away, and the wedding gift Irwin tried to finagle falls through. His late friend’s house next door now has new mystery owners, and even Bones, Irwin’s insufferable cat, is acting like a lovesick jerk. It’s a mess.
Irwin wants to feel happy for Harper and Christopher, but what will their marriage ultimately mean for him?
Will the young, madly in-love couple move far away?
Will Harper’s parents, Irwin’s dear friends, soon follow?
Can Irwin prevent Harper and her mother from killing each other?
And will the family Irwin worked so hard to create now disappear?
Irwin is on a quest, not only to keep his whacky family together, but together in one piece—so he begins scheming. However, time is running out, and he has one last chance to make his ludicrous plan work or risk spending the rest of his interminable, grumpy life alone.