(This is the first book to the Endless Love series; "The Neverlasting was the prequel to this book and if you did not read it, you may be slightly confused on the events in this book.")
Kaivar Bellazan, the man that women had lust over since high school, college, and even since they first laid eyes on him out in public. Three years ago, Rosè wasn't excluded and through her journey of falling for him she had grown attached to the man she could never have in reality.
After coming face to face with the truth of "tough love", the abortion being the real smack in the face, Kaivar had to go through the ins and outs of getting over Rosè. In the process, he finds himself overcoming more than just emotions but familiar deaths and even more dead career paths and relationships. Now, Kai is making a name for himself and life doesn't seem that hard until he finds himself in a predicament where his decision could decide the fate of someone's life.
On the other hand, with a guilty conscience and side effects of the abortion, Rosè is trying to move forward so that she can focus on herself and the career but family issues, workplace drama, and the possibility of losing her closest friends seem to rob her of her joy.
Down on their luck, Rosè and Kai can't recall a time where they were happy without seeing each other and after three years, the wounds are still fresh. Is it possible for them to get closure and really move on? Or is this truly the endless love that everyone seemed against?