Eternally Complicated (Her Billionaires #6)

· Her Billionaires Book 6 · Julia Kent
12 reviews

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Josie was not one to pray, but lately she had begun having whispered, fevered conversations with God.

With her legs up in the air and her husband’s baby paste inside her.

Please let me get pregnant. Please let me get pregnant. Please let me get pregnant.

* * *

Laura turned her head away from the bathroom mirror, her eyes lasered on her smartphone, counting down the timer until she could look at the little plastic stick.

Please don’t let me be pregnant. Please don’t let me be pregnant. Please don’t let me be pregnant.

The timer dinged.

Laura looked.

Closed her eyes.

And had a whispered, fevered conversation with God, too.

Eternally Complicated is the final (yes, for sure, really, no more books ever, I really mean it...) book in the long-running New York Times bestselling Her Billionaires saga. What started in 2012 as a short novella called Her First Billionaire has turned into an eight-year journey through the lives of Laura, Mike, Dylan, Laura's best friend Josie and her love, Alex, and so many other characters (including Darla from the New York Times bestselling Random series).

As best friends Josie and Laura wrestle with very different reactions to their pregnancies, they find that one bond endures: friendship. 

And with plenty of peppermint sundaes at Jeddy's Diner, of course!

Read all the books in the Her Billionaires series!

In Your Dreams (Her Billionaires #1)

Her Billionaires (Her Billionaires #2)

It's Complicated (Her Billionaires #3)

Completely Complicated (Her Billionaires #4)

It's Always Complicated (Her Billionaires #5)

Eternally Complicated (Her Billionaires #6)

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12 reviews
Jammie Bebout
September 29, 2021
Oh, my. I have such bittersweet feelings about this book. I’m so sad to say goodbye to these characters. But at the same time, I couldn’t have asked for a better ending to this series. I feel as if I’ve grown along with these characters over the years. Not exactly the same life experiences, but enough to be relatable, anyway. That’s the thing about these characters. They are all so very relatable. It doesn’t matter if you’re not a doctor or a billionaire or part of a throuple. The issues we all face in life are universal, and Julia Kent does such a wonderful job of highlighting these universal similarities in her characters and her stories, while throwing in just enough ridiculousness to keep us on our toes. And my gosh… all the feels. Like every damn feel there is, she’s making you feel it. It’s not unusual at all while reading her books to find yourself smiling, then crying, then laughing out loud the next minute. I think Julia Kent must have attended the Steel Magnolias school of writing because she’s definitely made laughter through tears my favorite emotion. This book was like coming home, like a family reunion where I actually like all the family members. I hadn’t realized how much I’d missed these characters. These characters and these stories, they make you feel connected. They make you feel, period. And what more can you really ask for in a book? This book makes me want to go back and reread all the books in the series. I truly cannot recommend this book or this series highly enough. Just absolutely phenomenal. * I was given an ARC of this book and voluntarily chose to review. All of my opinions are honest and entirely my own.
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Kristen Lewendon
September 28, 2021
It’s the end of an era, and reaching that end is bittersweet. If you hadn’t already guessed, that was a hint to keep the tissues handy, because it’s highly likely you’re going to need them too. There’s lots of the snark and silliness we’ve come to expect from this series, but as the characters have matured, so have their storylines. There is a depth of emotion to this book that is at times a bit daunting, yet it also carries so much hope for all their futures. The extended epilogues are absolutely beautiful, even if they did leave me bawling my eyes out. I hate that we’re saying “goodbye” to these characters, however it’s been one heck of a ride while it lasted. I received a complimentary advanced copy of this book from the author.
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Stephanie V
October 1, 2021
This is Eternally Complicated, book 6 of Julia Kent’s Her Billionaires series. This is an amazing end to this series! Josie and Alex are still trying to have a baby. Laura, Mike and Dylan are enjoying life with their 3 kids UNTIL the pregnancy tests say PREGNANT! Things change for both couples, and not always in a good way. Secrets are kept while things progress. I have to say that the ending and the epilogues gutted me. These people brought me joy and laughter just as they brought me sadness. I will always remember them fondly. Thank you Julia Kent for introducing them to us! It has been a pleasure!
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About the author

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Julia Kent turned to writing contemporary romance after deciding that life is too short not to have fun. She writes romantic comedy with an edge and books that push contemporary boundaries. From billionaires to BBWs to rock stars, Julia finds a sensual, goofy joy in every book she writes, but, unlike Trevor from Random Acts of Crazy, she has never kissed a chicken.

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