Review: Forbidden

Posted 27th November 2013 by Emma in Reviews / 1 Comment

Review: ForbiddenForbidden by Linn B Halton
Also by this author: Falling, A Little Sugar, A Lot of Love
Series: Angels Among us #2
Also in this series: Falling
Published by One More Chapter on 14th November 2013
Pages: 108
Format: eARC
Source: I Won it
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“I’m in a tunnel—it’s dark and yet little rays, like pinpricks of sunshine breaking through foliage, seep towards me from every angle.”

Love is a powerful emotion, but can it change the course of someone’s destiny?

This is a romance story that explores the possibility of there being something more than just the ‘here and now’.

I loved it. I thought it was much better than Falling. You can really tell the author has grown and so has the story.

Ceri has changed a lot since the first book. She has a better understanding of what is going on, of who she really is.

I trust Mark a lot more now. I don’t think he is going to take advantage, I think he has really helped Ceri. the group sessions were an excellent way for her to complete the mission she was born to do.

Alex clearly loves her. He is very sweet. He would do absolutely anything for Ceri. I hope that they stay together and thing’s do not go terribly wrong as the dreams have warned him.

I truly loved the scene at Versailles, it was so sweet. It sounds like a very pretty place. I hope I get to visit it one day.

Linn has left this book with another cliffhanger ending. Damn you Linn!

Only 2 months and 4 days til Forever is published. Not that I am counting. Obviously.

About Linn B Halton

Bristol-born Linn lives in the Forest of Dean, in the UK. She resides there with her lovely husband and cat, Ziggy. She has been writing novels since 2009 and has written short stories for a number of magazines. She is also known for her series of ‘Home by Design’ articles wearing her former interior designer hat.
“I’m a hopeless romantic, self-confessed chocaholic, and lover of coffee. For me, life is about family, friends, and writing. Oh, and the occasional glass of White Grenache …”
An Amazon UK Top 100 best-selling author with A Cottage in the Country in November 2015, Under The Stars also became a best-selling novel in November 2016. Linn’s novels have been short-listed in the UK’s Festival of Romance and the eFestival of Words Book Awards. Linn won the 2013 UK Festival of Romance: Innovation in Romantic Fiction award.
Linn writes chick lit, romantic comedy, women’s contemporary fiction and psychic romance. Publishers include Harper Impulse, Choc Lit and Endeavour Press.


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