4.5 starsI know I sound like a broken record, but I'm convinced Jill Shalvis can do no wrong.She once again hit it out of the park with Forever and a Day, the final in the Lucky Harbor Series. This was a bittersweet book for me to read, because I have absolutely loved this entire series. 4 and 5 stars across the board for all six books is practically unheard of from me, yet Jill managed just that.In Forever and a Day, we go on the romantic adventure of Josh (or as I like to call him Hot Dr. Daddy) and Grace. I really loved both of them, and little Toby (though I'm not a fan of the name). The only person I really didn't love in this book was Anna. I thought she was spoiled and selfish and immature and bitchy. She didn't get quite enough redemption for me to be able to enjoy her character in the end. But then again, this book wasn't about Anna, so I forgave that.I loved the path Josh and Grace took to get to their happily ever after. The swoons, the conflict, the sexy times -- all of it held my attention. And the epilogue? I was swooning all the swoons, you guys.I can say without a doubt this is one contemporary romance series where each book is a good, solid read with a good, solid plot. I'm sad to say goodbye to the Lucky Harbor gang, but I can't wait to see what else Jill has in store for us.