• The Forever of Ella and Micha by Jessica Sorensen
  • The Forever of Ella and Micha (Jessica Sorensen)
  • Micha (Christian Andres) "The Forever of Ella and Micha" by Jessica Sorensen

The Forever of Ella and Micha (Secret (Jessica Sorensen))


From the bestselling author of comes a new story of hope, heartbreak, and the power of young love.


Ella is back at school, trying to focus on her future and forget the darkness of her past. Still, her ongoing family drama is making it harder and harder to get through the days. All she really wants is Micha, but no way will she let her problems get in the way of his dreams.

Micha is busy touring the country with his band, seemingly getting everything he's ever wanted. But deep down he knows something is missing. Being away from Ella is harder than he expected. And while he longs to have her with him, he won't ask her to leave college just to be at his side.

When Ella and Micha are together, anything seems possible . . . but lately those shared moments aren't so easy to find. When a new tragedy shakes their already fragile world, one of them will make a dramatic choice that could break them apart forever . . .

I really enjoyed The Secret of Ella and Micha, so of course I was eager to find out what happens next. At the start of The Forever of Ella and Micha, Ella is back at school while Micha has been on the road with his band for about a month. It’s been a tough separation for these love birds, but they’re desperate to make it work. However, personal issues wedge their way between them and threaten to pull them apart. Ella might be turning to her old way of running when things get tough, and Micha reaches for the nearest bottle. I have to say that the second part of their story did not play out how I was expecting at all, but in a good way.


The Forever of Ella and Micha (The Secret, #2) by Jessica Sorensen

I couldn’t wait to read this book. I loved ‘The Secret of Ella and Micha’ and was excited that their story would continue in ‘The Forever of Ella and Micha’. This book is a little more intense; more attention is paid to mental illness, dependency and the ups and downs of the recovery process.