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- Print Length: 290 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: November 24, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B016FWMGGW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,966 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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In "Forbid Me" , book two of The Good Ol' Boys Series, we meet Jacob. Remember him, one of Lucas' biggest cock blockers in "Complicate Me"? He's the oldest of the good ol' boys, the bossy one. My, my, my how the tables have turned in "Forbid Me".
"Forbid Me" picks up where "Complicate Me" left off, however, both can be read as standalone novels. In "Forbid Me" we get a good look into Jacob and Lily's relationship. NOW, what I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, about M. Robinson's writing is that you meet her characters as youths. It's brilliant, because you are drawn in from the very beginning, relating and loving the characters. Even in their worst moments and worst behavior, you can't help but to sympathize with them. When you know where they've come from, you can almost justify their actions. Anyway, we meet Lily and Jacob at the tender ages of ten (Lily) and sixteen (Jacob), and how we meet them is HILARIOUS! (THIS IS A NO SPOILER ZONE, YOU'LL HAVE TO READ FOR YOURSELF) Lily is definitely crushing on her big brother's best friend, and constantly looking for every opportunity to impress him and be around him. Jacob is often times impressed, and dotes on her every chance he can get. He adores the little girl. He's nicknamed her KID. It's all very sweet and innocent.
As the book continues, and time progresses, these characters mature and feelings evolve into something that neither one them can fully handle. Actually, Jacob can't fully handle. (YOU'LL SEE WHEN YOU READ IT). There are some major obstacles standing in the way of their love and attraction for one another. For one, her age. Then there's that minor detail of her being his best friend's BABY sister. Through out "Forbid Me", there are other moments that deter these two to get it right and just be together.
SO, I LOVE THIS SERIES.. I LOVE THIS BOOK... I LOVE THESE CHARACTERS!!!!!! First of all, "Forbid Me" took me thru so many emotions. I felt a sense of nostalgia, during parts of their childhood. Lily's innocence, but fresh ways, with her eaves dropping on the boys conversations, or her revealing her curiosity for kink with her movie choices. Lily's humor and snark also had me stitches. Like her mother and her book of Lily's made up words, I was ready to write down everything she said to Jacob. (LILY-ISMS) Her humor was infectious. The banter between she and Jacob seemed to be push and pull at times, but she knew how to bring Jacob to his knees, literally and figuratively. I loved it. Lily could be a pretty little liar at times, when it came to getting Jacob right where she needed him. I loved how he tried to resist her every time, but she proved to be stronger, in the their battle of wills. And when you thought she'd defeated him, he resorted to that alpha male behavior we all love and yearn for. I loved the anticipation, and the build up to every intimate scene, even when it resulted in them walking away from each other. The chemistry between these two was off the charts. "Forbid Me" has some extremely, panty soaking scenes (OR BEARD DRENCHING SCENES... WHICH EVER YOU CHOOSE) !!!!!
But, what is a M. Robinson novel, without a teary moment or two. While, I was not an emotional wreak through out the read, like I was with "Complicate Me", there are moments that pull at your heart strings, and make your throat all lumpy. REMEMBER, SHE'S MADE YOU LOVE THESE CHARACTERS. YOU LAUGH WHEN THEY LAUGH, LOVE WHEN THEY LOVE, AND DAMN IT, YOU WILL CRY WHEN THEY CRY.
I received my arc 4 days ago and I have already read it twice. I am sure I'll read it at least one more time before book three is released. I am in love with these characters, this book, and the series thus far. 5 STARS FROM ME :-)
It is a basic plot - best friend in love with the little sister except this time the age gap puts her in her teen years when he is collage age. Yes, it has been done before and heck - I have read it before but rarely do they act on it. Pretty taboo to be pretty sexual active when 15/16
There is a big secret that keeps them apart for WAY too many years in my opinion ... When you read it I am sure you will scratch your head why it took 3 years for him to talk to her.
This is labeled a standalone within a series. I believe that is true but the other books a def teased in there - no really a summary so I felt I need to read them, which I guess is a good thing. This one ends with the set up for Dylan's story and you wince in THIS book why Aubrey would stay with someone like Jeremy for years! And her friends let her ... I guess, I have to read it to find out.
I enjoyed the book, but 3.5 stars for unnecessary drama IMO.
This book is also too long. Things are dragged out which would have been better written if they were more concise. The big build up to the crisis moment where we find out why the walk away happened had me expecting something much more dire...anti climatic.
Jacob and Lily are interesting characters and the book is worth reading but I strongly recommend you read Lucas and Alex's story first so hopefully quite a bit of this one makes more sense.
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