Forever My Girl (Beaumont #1) by Heidi McLaughlinI was never supposed to be a rock star. I had my life all planned out for me. Play football in college. Go to the NFL. Marry my high school sweetheart and live happily ever after.
I broke both our hearts that day when I told her I was leaving. I was young. I made the right decision for me, but the wrong decision for us. Ive poured my soul into my music, but Ive never forgotten her. Her smell, her smile.
And now Im going back.
After ten years.
I hope I can explain that after all this time.
I still want her to be my forever girl.
‘Forever My Girl’ Film Review: This Southern Romance Is a Country Crock
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Certainly, “Forever My Girl"'s overtly predictable plot has more logic than any outing that takes place in what I like to call Sparks-landia, a sort of.
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Call this schmaltzy romantic drama Nicholas Sparks Lite, and you won't be far off the mark.
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Sign in. Get a quick look at the the week's trailers, including Villains , Countdown , Like a Boss , and more. Watch now. A year-old girl suffers from a condition that prevents her from being out in the sunlight. A shy teenager falls for a spirit who wakes up in the body of a different person every morning. A pair of former high school sweethearts reunite after many years when they return to visit their small hometown.
As it turns out, writer-director Bethany Ashton Wolf based her script on a work by another novelist, Heidi McLaughlin, which may explain the lack of a third-act intrusion by the grim reaper. Augustine, La. Flash forward eight years, and Liam Page Alex Roe has indeed achieved fame and fortune as a superstar country music singer-songwriter. And, yes, he has become every bit the spoiled and self-indulgent sybarite you might expect. Of course, he never has answered that message. Writer-director Wolf takes far too long to introduce any sort of impediment to the forging of a father-daughter connection and, inevitably, the formation of a nuclear family. Worse, when that impediment finally does arrive, in the form of a childhood trauma revealed with almost comical abruptness, the plot twist feels exactly like what is, an arbitrary contrivance introduced only to briefly delay happily-ever-aftering.