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Forbidden Valentine (Forbidden Trilogy) (Volume 4) Paperback – January 27, 2016
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The happily ever after until Rebel got under my skin that I thought for sure he was going to come out the victor on in the trilogy, but that was not to be.
I love this character. Even in this story where he’s nursing the loss of what he believed to be the love of his life, and to his identical twin no less and was more on the darker side, I wanted him happy. And by the time this book is done, he has that and more.
Not only was this a book about him finding happiness and love, it was also about fixing the damage with his family as well. What had torn the two brothers apart, what had kept him drowning himself in booze when the story first picks up, it was a nice touch by the author having this be a part of it. It felt like a real and true ending, for everyone, even though it was primarily focused on Ransom.
This story had a lot of the elements I find in all of the authors work—a fast paced read with engaging characters despite the length of the story being shorter than ones that came before it and I was sucked in just as deeply in this shorter tale as I`ve been in the past with a lot of her others. I enjoyed the interactions with Ransom, Dani and his family the most. They were as humorous as they were engaging, but there was no part better written than the one that takes place between Dani and Ransom alone. (Shower scene anyone?)
My only real complaint with this story was that for me, it was too short. I guess given my love of Ransom, I just wanted it to be a bit longer than it was. I wanted more.Read more ›
See once upon a time Ransom and his twin brother fell in love with the same girl. This unintentional love triangle worked out really well for Rebel but it left Ransom incredibly angry and bitter. He's completely lost faith that there is someone out there for him and he now believes that he is somehow a lesser man because Rebel walked away with the only woman he thinks he'll ever love.
So when Ransom stumbles upon Dani while he's intoxicated at the bar, he's completely surprised at how much she captures his attention and how she ignites his desire to make her his. Suddenly feeling more alive than he has in months, Ransom cannot stay away from Dani even though he believes that he has nothing to truly offer her. However, Dani sees who Ransom truly is and realizes that he is a man worth taking a chance on and loving.
They both understand feeling betrayed and it bonds them together. Their friends to lovers story is an excellent and highly entertaining read. Both characters are captivating and easily likeable. You want them to figure everything out and to get their happily ever after.
It is all kinda awesome but I think what I liked most about this book was that it just left me feeling happy and smitten with Ransom and Dani. Their romance was fun read and I was absolutely consumed by their story in Forbidden Valentine - it made me want to go back and the Rebel's books, too.
Forbidden Valentine is a must read - I completely suggest you check this book out even if you have not read the previous books.
Walking away after losing the woman that his heart wanted to spend the rest of its life with, Ransom is on a path that is leading to one place and one place only…self-destruction.
Swimming through the haze that accompanies the vat of alcohol that he is slowly trying to drown his sorrows in, is the only way he is able to make it through each and every day. Thinking is too much like hard work, he is happy just to exist, that is until Dani.
Dani is in a similar situation to Ransom, her boyfriend decided that he preferred her sister and that put paid to what they had going on, they were two souls cut from the same cloth and bound together by the devastation that being betrayed by a sibling can inflict.
I suppose she really did know what Ransom had swilling around in his head, and not just the liquor!
Dani caught Ransom unawares one night in the bar and remarkably he caught me unawares too because he was actually quite chatty and while she may have been hurtling towards her own drunken oblivion, she enjoyed his company and once they got to know each other a little better, it certainly looked like things might just lighten up for a little while.
I loved fact that despite what he had been through, he was completely resolute in the fact that she was in his life for a reason, being without her was not an option in his mind. Their relationship was littered with secrets and challenges, potholes and pitfalls that seemed to be trying to slip them up but the author had them working hard for their happy ever after and I was rooting for them all the way.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great book and one I truly enjoyed. Ransom and Dani meet at a bar: both have a bitter past. Ransom masks his pain and suffering through drinking. Read morePublished 2 months ago by p leslie
Forbidden Valentine is the fourth book in the Forbidden Trilogy, but don't worry it can be read as a standalone. Ransom finally gets his story in Forbidden Valentine. Read morePublished 3 months ago by bamagirl6286
Entertaining read. There were some moments that make you ask "how is this really a problem?" but other than that, it was funny and engaging. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Meant2B
Ransom is a guy drowning his sorrows a guy who is struggling to move on from heartbreak and although this is a continuation and the the afterlife of Ransom... Read more
I was given this book for an honest review from Netgally. Loved this emotional read. Ransom and Dani are both getting over bad relationship. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Forbidden Valentine is a story of one man's heart-break, and the woman who helps him through it. Of course, nothing is ever easy, and that is the case here, but the events are so... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dawn
Forbidden Valentine is the fourth book in Forbidden Trilogy and the long-awaited conclusion of the same, but don't worry it can be read as a standalone... Read more
Ransom final gets his book. This book is about getting over a love loss and finding your true love. It is about making up with family. I loved it from cover to cover. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kim Sowards
Ransom Scott has had a broken heart since the woman he loved chose another man. He's been hiding from his family, and the world with booze and women. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jennifer Pierson: The Power of Three Readers