Here to Stay

Here to Stay You can t sort of do this Fish Draw a line and get on one side or the other Love is never so sweet as when it receives a second chance In the sequel to her award winning novel The Man I Love Suanne

  • Title: Here to Stay
  • Author: Suanne Laqueur
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  • Page: 402
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  • You can t sort of do this, Fish Draw a line and get on one side or the other Love is never so sweet as when it receives a second chance In the sequel to her award winning novel The Man I Love, Suanne Laqueur continues the story of Erik Fiskare s romance with Daisy Bianco Though separated for twelve years, the extraordinary bond forged in their youth has endured But You can t sort of do this, Fish Draw a line and get on one side or the other Love is never so sweet as when it receives a second chance In the sequel to her award winning novel The Man I Love, Suanne Laqueur continues the story of Erik Fiskare s romance with Daisy Bianco Though separated for twelve years, the extraordinary bond forged in their youth has endured But when your soulmate has caused you indescribable pain, how easy is it to forgive How much trust is needed to place your heart back into the hands that once broke it How much faith does it take to ask the question, Do you still want me and believe in the reply I still want us Erik and Daisy commit to creating a new life together They are separated by geography, loyal to career commitments and burdened with lingering pain from a decade spent apart Yet despite the challenges, Erik knows Daisy is the best thing to happen to him twice Slowly Erik earns back Daisy s love as well as the trust of his incomparable friend, Will Kaeger Both relationships grow deeper and complex, as do Erik s ties to the past Unexpected contact with distant cousins offers new insight to the cruel childhood desertion that shaped so much of Erik s adult life With Daisy at his side, he travels back to his hometown to meet his people, explore his family s history and learn about the men who wore his heirloom necklace before him.The cathedral once burned down is rebuilt But a love affair is never a finished thing Life is never without its tragedies Daisy and Erik soon face a threat harrowing than gunfire, sorrowful than the lost years With Will at his back and family close by, Erik must fight for the things he once walked away from and prove his love is here to stay Because of Laqueur s ability to smash you inside the heads of her characters, you feel and experience everything right along with Erik and Daisy Here to Stay is honest and authentic Never fake, forced, contrived, or overwrought It s a perfect conclusion a love story fully told, nothing left unsaid or undone Emma Scott, author of RUSH Suanne Laqueur s writing is deeper than real, than just truth Her words are a ribbon winding themselves around you, over and under until you re tied up tight in the story Not sure where it leaves off and you begin Words in the hands of such a skilled writer are a powerful thing, and Laqueur proves time and time again she s worthy of our trust Terri Lee, author of The Bootlegger s Wife

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    • Suanne Laqueur

      A former professional dancer and teacher, Suanne Laqueur went from choreographing music to choreographing words Her work has been described as Therapy Fiction, Emotionally Intelligent Romance and Contemporary Train Wreck Laqueur s novel An Exaltation of Larks was the Grand Prize winner in the 2017 Writer s Digest Awards Her debut novel The Man I Love won a gold medal in the 2015 Readers Favorite Book Awards and was named Best Debut in the Feathered Quill Book Awards Her follow up novel, Give Me Your Answer True, was also a gold medal winner at the 2016 RFBA.Laqueur graduated from Alfred University with a double major in dance and theater She taught at the Carol Bierman School of Ballet Arts in Croton on Hudson for ten years An avid reader, cook and gardener, she started her blog EatsReadsThinks in 2010.Suanne lives in Westchester County, New York with her husband and two children.Visit her at suannelaqueurwritesHer Facebook page on.fb 1TVNBrpFollow her on Twitter suannelqrAll feels welcome And she always has coffee

    868 thoughts on “Here to Stay

    • The third book in 'The Fish Tales' series, 'Here to Stay' chronicles Erik and Daisy's new beginning. After everything that they've been through and all the pain that they've inflicted on themselves and each other, they are finally trying to work things out. However, a past like theirs is not easily forgotten. It will take a lot of understanding and forgiveness to move past the hurt that they've hung onto for so long.As happy as I was to see one of my new favorite couples find their way back to o [...]


    • I have a confession. So, please allow me to go on a tangent.Here it is. I'm in love with the idea of Will and Erik because while you all were reading the epic love between Erik and Daisy, I saw only Erik and Will. AM I ALONE OUT HERE?!!“You keep staring at me like that and we’ll have to take it inside,” Will said.Erik’s face was warm around his smile. “What happened in Germany?”Will blew his breath out, looking up at the skies. “Long version or short version?”“Short.”“Short [...]


    • ~Now Available~amazon/Here-Stay-Fish-~5 Take My Breathe Away Stars~"Don't leave me.""I can't, I'll never breathe again."Here to Stay is the third book in The Fish Tales Series. In order to fully appreciate the masterpiece of Here to Stay, you must read the first book in the series The Man I Love. In The Man I Love, my emotions were pressed, pulled, twisted, turned, and stretched to the limits. Here to Stay offered an unforgettable journey of healing. In The Man I Love, Daisy and Erik fell in lov [...]


    • Is the romance genre strictly about the pursuit of all things romantical, ending at the happily-ever-after? Or can a romance continue from the ending? Aren't endings really beginnings?I am so excited to bring you the true sequel of The Man I Love. We've examined the past from both sides now and we're ready to move into the future. Together. More than ever I realize it was necessary to write Daisy's POV in Give Me Your Answer True so I could write about her and Erik as a couple.These extraordinar [...]


    • Confession: I don’t ever put off reading books in a series. If all the books have been released, I read them all back to back.But I put off reading this book. Why? Because I didn’t want to cry. And I KNEW when I read it I would cry. All Suanne does is make me fucking cryD BOY DID I FUCKING CRY.I realize I’m cursing like a sailor here. But I don’t like to cry and I rarely cry so when I do cry it’s because I’ve reached a breaking point and the dam has burst and my emotions are over flo [...]


    • *****4.75 STARS*****Let me tell yais was the perfect conclusion for Daisy and Erik.This isn't going to be a "normal" review, it's going to be me sharing some of my favorite moments from the book. I hope you enjoy Oh, and you can find even more on my blog prettymessreading.wordpress.c She was a hundred times more beautiful. A thousand times more thrilling. – Erik?After so many years apart Erik still found Daisy to be the most beautiful woman in the world. Every scar, every wound and every curve [...]


    • “You’re still the one I can tell anything. You’re still the one, when my sentences run out of words, you finish them by looking at me. But at the same time you’re surprising me. I still get to discover you. I love who you’ve become. And I love that who I’ve become still works with you.”This book! OMG it's one of the best freaking thing I've ever read. I LOVED it so much. <3 This series are must read!!! I highly recommend them. ;)And this is my 3rd attempt to write a proper revie [...]


    • I need a moment, or two.Review won't come but it's sufficient to say that even the acknowledgments wrecked me.So much soul in a story!


    • If you are familiar with Suanne Laqueur's work, you'll probably recognize the reaction you are left with after 'The End' "A real thousand-yard stare."(and I am not even sorry for stealing this quote from the author herself!)I finished this book earlier today and I really don't have much to say other than 'READ THIS AUTHOR'! Read EVERYTHING she's ever written! IMMEDIATELY! Her books are art in a book form. They are perfect because the characters in them are not. Just like life, her stories show y [...]


    • 5++++ STARS*****Beautiful and triumphant! This book was everything I wanted and more. I fell utterly in love with all these characters from the moment I started reading the first book . Their struggles, their pain, their victories filled my heart with so many wonderful emotions. This was one of those stories that you learn from, feel from and experience it as if it was your own. Unforgettable!!!! I was so in love with the idea that Fish and Daisy were getting a second chance. Even though they ha [...]


    • This series is epic beyond all my expectations. I feel like I have just watched the most glorious miniseries. So vivid. A story that always shows and always made me feel so much. All three books, in my personal opinion, are essential to experience the full, rich and deeply layered tapestry of the story. A story that spans decades, developed beyond all my expectations and will stay with me forever. It's one of THOSE stories. I loved it and ALL the characters so much. The protagonists and supporti [...]


    • After reading Here To Stay I can finally say that I and the characters have come full circle. This third and final book in The Fish Tale trilogy was nothing more than a masterpiece. The writing was intelligent and there was a purpose for everything that happened in Here To Stay. I have to admit that I was pretty damn angry with the author. It was only after I finished Here To Stay that I can loudly say, that what she accomplished not only with this book but with the entire Fish Tales series was [...]


    • "To the union of fishes and daisies" How utterly fitting!I began on this exhilarating journey nearly a week ago with these beautiful and flawed individuals and immediately started the process of slicing and dicing up my heart into small pieces and handing them over to each and everyone of them. If you do not know who "them" is, please stop! Go back to the beginning of this amazing "experience!" Start with "The Man I Love", proceed to "Give Me Your Answer" and then come back to this spectacular, [...]


    • After reading (and being emotionally pummeled) by both The Man I Love and Give Me Your Answer True, I was honestly a bit wary about wading back into the lives of Daisy and Erik, since doing so always feels like a head-hop. We've been able to see how the couple navigated their beautiful, soul-deep love affair, and the horrible tragedy that split them apart, THEN the amazing journey toward recoveryparately. So with Here to Stay, I was looking forward to seeing how--finally--these two were going to [...]


    • What happens after the happily ever after? How many times have we been left wondering what happened to a couple we've fallen in love with.? What a thrill to realize there were more chapters waiting for me, after I closed the book on 'The Man I Love.' I received an ARC of 'Here to Stay', and practically set my Kindle on fire zipping through the pages. I devoured it. In two sittings. No matter how much I told myself to take my time. Even knowing there's a brain freeze waiting for me on the other s [...]


    • ‘Loving her felt like creating something. A cathedral. Spires and stained glass and bells. But she broke one window and I indiscriminately tore the whole thing down…’With tears streaming down our cheeks, we want to give Suanne Laqueur a standing ovation and a big thank you for the privilege of experiencing this achingly compelling, stunningly written, powerful and incredibly moving series of which we’ll never forget. The dramatic threads of this story were so intrinsically and superbly w [...]


    • This is some of the best writing I have read. Suanne has ruined me completely. There was so much soul and so much emotion pouring from every sentence. I am slayed 100%. This is pure art.More and more aware how the past was made up of stepping stones to now. No coincidences. No accidents. You gravitated toward and attracted the people you were meant to have in your life.I kind of regret not reading this as soon as I finished the first book. I wanting to be emotionally ready (which I am totally no [...]


    • 5 stars. Ugh. Big freaking book hangover. This was such a nice way to end the series. Not overly angsty or heartbreaking, just sweet perfection--exactly what I needed after the first two. I'm so sad it's over and so glad there's more by way of The Ones That Got Away. But for now, seriously depressed.


    • "You're the only one I let know me. I never fell out of love, Dais. I just fell out of touch. I'm here now. I'm back and I'm here to stay."I can honestly say that these books are among my all-time favorites. Dare I say they are life-changing? These are the kind of books that stay with you long after you finish the final chapter. And hello, I don't think I have ever SOBBED while reading Acknowledgements, but once again, the author got me with that one.All of the beloved characters in The Fish Tal [...]


    • Dual Spoiler Free review : The Man I Love and Here To Stay‘Loving her felt like creating something. A cathedral. Spires and stained glass and bells. But she broke one window and I indiscriminately tore the whole thing down…’With tears streaming down our cheeks, we want to give Suanne Laqueur a standing ovation and a big thank you for the privilege of experiencing this achingly compelling, stunningly written, powerful and incredibly moving series of which we’ll never forget. The dramatic [...]


    • THIS SERIES SO MUCH. SO MUCH THIS SERIES. As of this moment The Fish Tales Series has taken the #1 spot in my heart. No one dare move it!!It's mine and it's here to stay! 😭🙌🏻😩


    • I feel like I should write something about "The Fish Tales", since I read all three during the weekend (sprained limb, not much to do don't judge me) and loved the whole experience. These books left me bookdrunk. Want a romance of epic proportions? Read this trilogy. Want all of the feels? Read this trilogy. My word-maker seems to be malfunctioning - I can't put together a decent review for the life of me - but, trust me, Suanne Laqueur is one to watch.


    • Umpteeth read - Nothing to add to the below apart from these Fishes never get old. I love them as much now as I ever did*AMAZING* - Gobbled it up as if it were an ice-cream that might melt; so review to come, after second readwhere savouring will allow proper thoughts to form.After Second ReadingHer (Laqueur) goal is to create a new kind of emotionally-intelligent romance that appeals to the emotions of all readers, crossing gender, age and genre.This is taken from the About The Author page at t [...]


    • 1st read, May 20162nd read, July/August 20173rd read, December 2017 "You so much." After almost 30 years of doing this thing called life, I'd like to think I'm getting smarter (or at least less stupid) with each year that passes. Which is why I won't waste time explaining how much of a masterpiece this book is. If you know what I'm talking about – *blows you kisses*And if you don't get it, then that's your loss.


    • I don't know if I can adequately review this book. As I sit here now (close to 12 hours after I finished) I'm writing this with tears in my eyes. I have so many emotions warring inside of me and I feel emotionally gutted. It's as if every emotion inside of me was taken out, arranged on a table, and precariously returned to my body. I'm spent. In the absolute best way possible. The writing in this book surpasses almost anything out there today. The authors use of metaphor and her lyrical style ke [...]


    • Life isn’t perfect. The best you get is a collection of perfect moments.How does she do that?With each part I love this series more.Wonderfully complex and serious, the author devotes herself to topics that are really hard to discuss. Even harder to put on paper for others to read. One could assume, she describes own experiences, so close one feels the story. The topic is implemented very sensitively. And also how one gets to see through her eyes own actions, touched deeply. It is especially o [...]


    • Well, now what do I do with my life? It's been an awfully long time since a group of characters have come to mean so much to me. Not just Daisy and Erik, but all of the supporting characters as well. I just couldn't get them out of my head. Even when I wasn't reading I was constantly thinking about them. Thanks to the author I felt like I was reading about people that I knew. People who were my friends. People who I loved and cared for.Suanne Laqueur is a master storyteller. Her writing is beaut [...]


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    • What can I say? It's Suanne Laqueur. She has ALL THE WORDS. I adore this series and it has to be read. That's all. Don't miss one word!


    • The third (and final?) installment of Fish TalesHere To Staycame at me like a warm spring afternoon. That kind where you’re conflicted. You don’t know whether you should take a nice nap or go walk and smell nature as the warm/cool breeze tickles your skin. All the old characters that are there and making me laugh or even cry. I loved all the new additions with their own little quirks or stories; my heart didn’t know it had more room for more loveys. Sure there were some struggles, some par [...]


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