The Consequences of Forever

  • Title: The Consequences of Forever
  • Author: Kaitlyn Oruska
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Consequences of Forever Alternate cover edition of ASIN B DA D OThe first book in a series of five Getting pregnant two months shy of her sixteenth birthday was never part of Lainey Winslow s plan Then again meeting Adam
    Alternate cover edition of ASIN B00DA72D6OThe first book in a series of five.Getting pregnant two months shy of her sixteenth birthday was never part of Lainey Winslow s plan Then again, meeting Adam Montgomery on a cool summer night wasn t either.Faced with the hardest decision of her life, Lainey chooses Adam and their baby But motherhood in high school isn t somethinAlternate cover edition of ASIN B00DA72D6OThe first book in a series of five.Getting pregnant two months shy of her sixteenth birthday was never part of Lainey Winslow s plan Then again, meeting Adam Montgomery on a cool summer night wasn t either.Faced with the hardest decision of her life, Lainey chooses Adam and their baby But motherhood in high school isn t something that can ever be handled with ease and Adam s promises of forever only do so much to help With summer long behind them and an uncertain future looming ahead of them, will Lainey and Adam figure out how to make it work The Consequences of Forever is a story about first love, friendship and the meaning of family.

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      Published :2019-06-06T03:19:39+00:00

    About Kaitlyn Oruska


    1. Mission Statement I might never become your favorite author, and I don t always believe in happy endings.I don t know how to play the game, and I don t want to learn.But I promise this Every story I write will have pieces of my soul embedded in the pages.Every character I breathe life into will exist forever in my heart.And I will love my art with an aching intensity that will never fade or cease.I m a work in progress, but aren t we all


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    1. I am so breathless after this book. I have never read a book so close to my heart as this one. The story is of Lainey and Adam and how they cope and deal with teen pregnancy. There are so many fractured pieces of life that came together to make the book have life of its own. There were many times I felt Lainey was thinking the same things I have thought. The story was so beautifully written I am still in awe. I found myself falling for Adam and his absolute faith in his love for Lainey and their [...]

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    2. I enjoyed this book overall. There was quite a few typos and sentences that could have used some thorough editing, but overall it didn't affect the quality of the writing.I feel that Kaitlyn Oruska portrayed teen pregnancy fairly acurately, and the love between Adam and Lainey was touching. They were very committed to each other, as well as the baby depite all of the fear and uncertainty. At the end of the day, no matter what life threw at them they were going to face it together, which is somet [...]

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    3. I really liked this book as it belonged to the genre of books I like to read (YA romance/Teen pregnancies). The characters I liked the most were Hannah (funny and defended her stepsister), Adam (sweet and caring) and Lainey (she was different, in a good way). I hated Nora because she wanted to be the boss of Lainey and make all the decisions for her and that wasn't fair. She didn't want Lainey to make her own choices with Adam. The pregnancy was difficult for Lainey because of various things/peo [...]

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    4. This book was fantastic going through all the stages of laineys trials and tribulations I felt her pain her fears her happiness her angst Adam was an all round mr wonderful and I felt the situation they were in not many teenage guys would stick around but he was different he was a real man his family were loving and accepting I couldn't stand Nora or Michael they were so selfish and def no role models Lila was and has always been about herself and I felt heartache over her treatment of lainey lu [...]

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    5. This book was so engaging and really good. It is a young adult so don't expect any hot/sexy scenes; however it is sweet and romantic.It is about teenage pregnancy and deals with the effects of being young and thinking that this couldn't happen to you. The characters in this book (Adam and Lainey) are young 18 and 15 respectively) and well they seem very mature for their age. I loved the fact that he was so supportive. In contrast, Lainey's parents who were so not there and unsupportive. This boo [...]

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    6. Actual rating - 3.5This was a decent read.I felt sorry for Lainey because of the situation she was in. Being pregnant at 16 would be a hard and scary thing to go through, especially when your own mother walked out on you as a baby. I was really glad that she had her step sister Hannah and Adam's mum that she could turn to, as her father and step mother weren't much help at all. I'll defiantly be reading the rest of the series soon.

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    7. This book reminded me once again to never judge the content by the cover. At first glance of the young couple holding hands on the beach, I thought "Oh great, another 'chick lit' novel." I was pleasantly proven wrong, as this author has written a witty, genuine, and heart-warming story about a pair of love-struck teens thrown into parenthood that you don't have to be a teenager to appreciate. Granted, I've never been a teen mom, so I can't comment on the accuracy of the whole pregnancy process, [...]

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    8. This book is what I've been looking for all this time!I was intrigued from the summary already but when I read the from the very first sentence, "If anyone would have told me that my summer would start with Adam Montgomery, I never would have believed them." I was hooked! I finished this book in less than 7 hours The story was too sweet and not so tragic and very realistic :) Getting pregnant at 16 is not the wisest situation a girl wants to get into, not when a bright future awaits you, and not [...]

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    9. I met Kaitlyn online when I was 14-15 (so at least ten years ago), and even then, she seemed so mature in the way she expressed her thoughts in writing, so this book shouldn't have surprised me in the least. I should have known she had this in her. But when I read The Consequences of Forever, I was very impressed with her ability to make characters come to life. I can honestly say Kaitlyn is an inspiring writer. Her writing is beautiful and simple, leaving the richness for the personalities of h [...]

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    10. There's a beautiful thing about realistic fiction. It takes the ordinary and makes it extraordinary, the mundane to the beautiful, and those who we never took a second glance at; a neighbor, someone walking their dog, or a person living in a different part of the world, and suddenly they become alarmingly existent. I started this book two weeks ago and finally savored the last drop of it today. This book spoke volumes in its silence and every chapter needed to be pondered as each character was b [...]

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    11. “Girl” books aren’t usually my thing. In fact, I’m trying to think of one I actually finished reading, but can’t. That right there tells you how much I enjoyed this book. I was drawn to it because of the synopsis and once I started reading the first few pages of the book itself, I knew that Lainey and I were going to get along just fine. This book is a mature and realistic look at teen pregnancy. The main character, Lainey, has to endure a nine month roller coaster ride, and I felt li [...]

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    12. I loved this book. I really liked the relationship between Adam and Lainey. I thought they were very sweet together. A little naive on the protection stuff but they are teenagers and lets face it that's how they think.I did not like Lainey's family except for Hannah and Mason. I loved Julia and i was happy that she was so supportive. I am sure not all teen pregnancies end up as happy as this as far as having a good job and a place to live for free but i was rooting for them so i was glad that th [...]

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    13. I enjoy this book! It kept you intrigued and connecting with the characters. You get to see what their struggles were and the difficultly of being pregnant at a young age. The family dynamics was very complex but you get where Lainey and Adam comes from and how it shape the characters. They starts off immuture but as the story progress they become mature. It a great book and hope there be a series with Hannah.

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    14. WowNeed more guys like Adam even though he is young he makes a responsible decision to be there for laney and Harper. Young love story was really good.

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    15. Great beginning to a great series.

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    16. I thought I wasn't going to like this book because it was about high schoolers but it was amazing

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    17. Sweet lovely story!

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    18. Original review can be found at: collegeforthewin.wordpressThe Consequences of Forever is a story about a teenage girl named Lainey whose life changes completely after realizing that she’s pregnant at 15. The novel follows Lainey and her boyfriend Adam as they struggle with the idea that they’re going to have a child.This is my first foray into this type of novel. I’ve always been a mystery and thriller reader, so I was hesitant at first to check it out. However, in an effort to expand my [...]

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    19. This was a good story of a young girl, Lainey getting pregnant at the tender age of sixteen. Her initial reactions deemed true to what a sixteen year old girl in that situation would feel. I loved how Adam (the father of the baby) was so loving and supportive of Lainey and he got major brownie points in my book for stepping up and taking responsibility from the get go.Though there was a secret about Adam that I was not expecting, and it kind of made me wonder whether he ever got "The Birds And T [...]

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    20. This book was ok. Lainey was too bitchy for me. She kept making everything about her, and while I get she was the one who was pregnant, she kept making Adam feel like crap and feel guilty for talking her into keeping the baby, and she never wanted it, but he gave her the choice and told her to have it, and if she didn't want it, he would raise it, so she had a choice. I know when you're a teen, everything seems like the end of the world, but being a bitch to one of very few guys who would stick [...]

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    21. This book surprised me! It was a good quick read about a topic i don't read usually: teen pregnancy. Adam is perfect and I didn't think Lainey felt the same (the way it was portrayed). I want to read the next book about Lainey dealing with motherhood, and where Lainey and Adam are in their relationship.

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    22. Loved this book and the story. It was not typical but it was believable. You will enjoy

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    23. Pretty good. There were so many editing issues that distracted me from the story.

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    24. Very TeenNick/Lifetime

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    25. 4 Out Of 5 StarI really Love the book I was Inspirational and how teenagers become mothers what life with a child. And I was like the show 16 and pregnant

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    26. LoveA must read!! Absolutely loved this book!! Would be a great read for teen pregnancy also!!! Definitely recommend it! Great

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    27. I really really loved this book. I was a teen mom myself and I found this book highly relatable. I fell in love with the characters and felt really connected to them.

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    28. *Re-edited November 2013The second book in the Haven Series, The Heart of a Girl, is now available:/book/show/18

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