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Forbidden Forever (The Forbidden Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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First, the book was full of the same exact story being told my the H and h. It was completely pointless and annoying. Why read 10 pages of the exact same story being told by two different people with maybe one or two tiny nuances? Utter waste of time and therefore, caused me to skip half the book (every other chapter). It did get a little better midway through.
Second, too much of going to cry to the parents. WTH?! These are suppose to be grown a** adults and they have to solve their problems by talking to the parents and telling on each other? Really?!
Third, the argument that because he did all these great things for me when I was down and out, makes me love him - of course the white knight syndrome. Not that he is a man of substance. True lack of character development and understanding of the depths of a healthy relationship. I understand h did not know what a good relationship entailed, but it still made for a weak argument to the mother on the author's behalf.
Definitely the first-book issues and somewhat immature writing. Expect writing will get better with experience.
I didn't really gel with this book. It didn't rock my boat and regardless of the twists and turns in the book it really didn't have me on the edge of my seat. On the other hand I didn't hate the book either, so I guess I'm a bit of an inbetweener with this one.
I like the way the author has written a love story about `mature' adults. Although saying that there is no confirmation on age only that Laney has teenage kids and Chance has been married 6 years, so at least Chance is 25 and Laney is somewhere in her 30's. It' still makes a refreshing change.
I did like how the author highlighted has highlighted issues surrounding being in an unhealthy relationship and the effect it has on those around you, even if you think you're doing your best to hide it.
The book has a lot of positives but also has quite a few negative. I've already been through some of the positive's above. One of the main issues for me was the dual POV. I love a book that is told in dual POV but not when it is relaying the same scene almost word for word, I found that to be quite repetitive. I found it difficult to connect with the characters and I think that was because we didn't get personal enough with them, for example their age. I felt like an interloper skimming over someone's life rather than being a part of that life.
Like I said the book wasn't bad, it just didn't do it for me.
DON'T DO SPOILERS so you will just have to read it and thank me later. Vampire Elite Jo-An Torres
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