Forbidden Forever

Adult
Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
A steamy affair hidden with lies and secrets turns into a love no longer forbidden. A love that loves her for everything she is and sees the beauty beyond the weight. A love that lasts forever. More

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Words: 79,040
Language: English
ISBN: 9780989960809
About Christy Dilg

Christy Dilg is a erotica romance author and also is as a full-time medical biller. She has released her first novel and is currently working on her next book Forbidden No More. When she’s not writing she spends her time with her husband and teenage daughter. She is also known as Radiation Girl after beating thyroid cancer and finally living life the correct way and embracing her glow.

Reviews

Review by: Book Nerds Anonymous on Dec. 28, 2013 :
*I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.*

Laney Collins is married with two children, her husband Michael is a douchebag who has been mentally abusing her for years, and she’s only staying with him for the sake of her children.

Dr. Chance Turner has been in stuck in a loveless marriage to Catherine for the last 6 years one that was forced on him by his parents, and Catherine’s.

When Laney meets Chance, there is an instant attraction and sparks fly and as much as they try they can’t keep away from each other and give in to temptation.

I liked the storyline don’t get me wrong I don’t condone adultery in any way, but I did feel sorry for Laney and was glad that she gave into her feelings for Chance. I wasn’t too sure of Chance at first, but he is a good guy, his feelings for Laney are genuine and all he wants to do was to take care of her and her children.

I enjoyed watching Laney and Chance’s relationship develop they are sweet together, and Chance was just what Laney needed to see that she deserved better. I was relieved that once they gave into their feelings, they both ended their marriages. The twists and turns, crazy’s ex partners, and the hot sexy moments are the reason I wanted to keep reading this book.

However the problem I had with this book was the dual POV as you know I love it when an author gives me the perspective of both main characters, but I found myself skimming through Chance’s POV at the start of the book as it was almost the same as Laney’s and I found it too repetitive, thankfully the whole book was not like that. I also would have liked to see some paragraph breaks between the changing scenes as I think it would have made parts of the book flow better.

In spite of those few issues I did liked this book it was a quick read that make me laugh and smile at times. It had some good supporting characters that added to the story. I like the ending I was happy for Laney and Chance, and will certainly read the next book to see what happen in the next chapter of their lives.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Prof. Pradeep on Nov. 05, 2013 :
Forbidden Forever is a masterfully written very touching story. From the very beginning of the novel the magnetic quality of Chrisy’s pen binds the reader’s heart and soul. Once I started the novel I could not put it down. The characters speak to the readers. They are full of life. The intelligent use of powerful language never allows the interest in novel go down. The twists and turns and the skilled way to present the happenings makes the work unique. I have loved this work. I recommend it to every one who wants to read a story brimming with life and vitality. The impact of the novel stays long after we close the book. A five star read. Purchase it today.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Prof. Deepak on Nov. 05, 2013 :
THIS WORK DESERVES NOTHING LESS THAN 5 STARS. Laney Collins, is an immortal character created by Christy Dilg. As a professor of literature I have read and taught many works of fiction. Before writing this review I have closely observed the language used by the writer. I feel, in the portrayal of characterization, she falls in the category of great writers like George Elliot and Virginia Woolf. She know what to write and how much to write in a particular situation. The development of characters and the study of human relationships is presented with deftness. The way of presentation is beautiful. One falls in love with the characters. It is but natural that such mastery over language and story line will make readers fall in love with the author and at the same time cause heart burn for the competitors. Read it; enjoy it; gift it. I assure you, purchasing this work is an investment.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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