Review: Ever After (Chester Falls #7) by Ana Ashley

Review: 3.75 🌈

How To Catch A Happily Ever After by Ana Ashley is the author’s Chester Falls series finale and ties up loose ends for all the series couples.

While there’s one overall story, it really feels more like a series of connected anecdotes or narratives about every couple in the series. It brings the reader up to date with their current situations as each small couple capsule weaves in and out of Tom and Wren’s wedding. There’s also a homecoming and new yet returning relationship to pickup on.

This is a book for those fans of this series only. If you have no idea who these people are, their histories, connecting relationships, then you’re going to be absolutely lost. Ashley is making sure her couples get the send off she wants for each one and that leaves no room for anything but the wedding, filling in the reader on any new major happenings for each couple and the new HEA dynamic.

If you have been following Chester Falls and loving this series, then this is a grand way to say goodbye.

If you’re new to the series, skip this and head to the first story written. Take it from there.

I really enjoyed my time in Chester Falls. Lovely contemporary romances, ending here. Check them out. Recommended! › showHow to Catch a Happy Ever After (Chester Falls, #7) by Ana Ashley – Goodreads

Chester Falls series:

♦️How To Catch a Bookworm #0.5

♦️How To Catch a Prince #1

♦️How To Catch a Rival #2

♦️How To Catch a Bodyguard #3

♦️How To Catch a Batchelor #4

♦️How To Catch the Boss #5

♦️How To Catch a Biker #6

♦️How To Catch A Happily Ever After #7. (Series finale)


You are hereby invited to the wedding of the century.
Yes, you got it, Tom and Wren are getting married this Christmas.

Well intentioned, but meddling friends.
Surprise pregnancies.
This wedding is set to have it all, including a brand new couple who is well overdue for their Happy Ever After.

How to Catch a Happy Ever After is the final book in the Chester Falls series. Told from multiple points of view, this book is not a standalone, but better enjoyed after previous books in the series.

By Scattered Thoughts

At over 50, I am ruled by my terriers, my gardens, and my projects. A knack for grubbing about in the woods, making mud pies, and tending to the injured worms, bugs, and occasional bird and turtle growing up eventually led me to working for the Parks. I was a park Naturalist for over 20 years, and observing Nature and her cycles still occupy my hours. From the arrival of Ruby-throated Hummingbirds in the Spring to the first call of the Snow Geese heading south in the Fall, I am entranced by the seasons. For more about me see my bio on my blog.

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