Before: It was the perfect summer of first kisses, skinny-dipping, and bonfires by the lake. Joy, Tali, Luce, and Zoe knew their final summer at Camp Okahatchee would come to an end, but they swore they’d stay friends.
After: Now, two years later, their bond has faded along with those memories.
Then: That is, until the fateful flash of a photo booth camera transports the four of them back in time, to the summer they were fifteen—the summer everything changed.
Now: The girls must recreate the past in order to return to the present. As they live through their second-chance summer, the mystery behind their lost friendship unravels, and a dark secret threatens to tear the girls apart all over again.
Always: Summers end. But this one will change them forever.
[note note_color=”#BFD1D1″ text_color=”#ffffff”]I received this book for free from Edelweiss + HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.[/note]
First sentence: “Just do it. Now, now, now, Zoe thinks as she blows loose strands of her blond hair off her sweaty forehead.”
DNF-ed at 25%
Proof of Forever is pretty unremarkable, and that’s very disappointing.
Four girls—Joy, Tali, Luce, and Zoe—used to be the best of friends, but in their final summer at Camp Okahatchee, something happens, forcing them apart. A couple of years later, the girls meet up again and are somehow transported back in time to the summer that changed everything via a photo booth. This is like their re-do of their actions when they were fifteen. Will they make it back to the present?