**Please, keep in mind that I wrote the gist of this novel when I was fourteen through sixteen. I hope it can still serve as a light, clean, if not somewhat cliche read :)** Maureen Carvelli, a young, pretty but socially inept heiress, has only recently been thrust up the social ladder defined by fame and wealth. Her large family has surfaced a state of poverty and obscurity, and with the starkly contrasted life of ease and luxury come certain privileges - like having an around the clock chauffeur for your every beck and call. Maureen reluctantly agrees to her father hiring her her own personal driver but it's only when she claps eyes on him for the first time that she thinks it was ever a good idea. Ryan Adams is young, charming, and handsome; almost instantly, he seems to take an interest in his new employer, the beautiful, wealthy heiress, Maureen. The two hit it off but neither realizes just how quickly they will tumble into, what is, to Maureen, not allowed. Maureen finds herself spinning in circles, battling her conscience and the growing love she feels for Ryan, wavering between the great mediums of right and wrong. She will ultimately have to make the decision. The question is... once she makes her choice, what will be the consequences? Forever Yours is an unorthodox tale of love, that includes family, friendship, faith, hope, heartbreak and the momentous journey growing up entails.