Tag: Forbidden Love


Review: Fates by Lanie Bross

Review: Fates by Lanie Bross

Corinthe, who hails from Pyralis Terra, is a fate. At least she used to be until her thirst for answers got her exiled to Humana, more commonly known as Earth. On Earth, Corinthe carries out her punishment by ensuring that the fates of certain humans go according to plan. After ten years of suffering on Earth Corinthe’s chance to go home is finally here. All she has to do is complete one more assignment. Corinthe must kill a boy named Lucas. But for the first time ever, Corinthe hesitates...


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Review: Return of the Ascendant by Raine Thomas

Review: Return of the Ascendant by Raine Thomas

Kyra, a college junior, is starting her night like any other by getting ready to go to a frat party with her friends, Sam and Avana. But what starts out as a regular night, transforms into anything but when Kyra is attacked, only to be saved by a mysterious, handsome stranger known as TaeDane. To make matters even stranger, her friends seem to know her savior, who claims he is the bodyguard to the Ascendant of Alemetria. When Ty attempts to convince Kyra that she is the Ascendant he...


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Review: Stone Cold Touch (The Dark Elements #2) by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Review: Stone Cold Touch (The Dark Elements #2) by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Two weeks out from the crazy events of White Hot Kiss, Layla is not doing so great. Her more than just a friend, Roth, is in a place she doesn’t even want to think about and her relationship with Zayne is growing more complicated by the second. Add to that the fact that people are acting seriously crazy at school and you have the perfect recipe for a bad time. But the going can only be tough for so long. Things start looking up when Roth returns, but with...


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Review: White Hot Kiss by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Review: White Hot Kiss by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Seventeen-year-old Layla is just about as unique as they come. As a half Gargoyle, half Demon, Layla has some one-of-a-kind powers. But being unique is rarely easy. Orphaned, Layla was raised by the Wardens, the Gargoyle race tasked with keeping humanity safe. Despite being half Warden, she has always felt she didn’t quite belong. Her sense of isolation is only amplified when she starts to think of her feelings for the irresistible Warden, Zayne. Not only does her half Demon heritage make any hopes of a relationship virtually impossible,...


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Review: White Raven by J.L. Weil

Review: White Raven by J.L. Weil

One phone call was all it took to change Piper’s life forever. After her Mom is murdered on the streets of Chicago, Piper’s Dad sends her and her brother T.J. to live with their absentee grandmother on the picturesque island of Raven Hallow. Raven Hallow is probably the last place on earth Piper wants to spend her summer, but when she sets eyes on the irresistible and dangerous Zane, she decides her summer just may not be so bad. It isn’t long until Piper realizes that something is different...


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Review: Legend by Marie Lu

Review: Legend by Marie Lu

Good-bye to the U.S. of A and hello to the Republic. Fifteen-year-old June is the golden child of the Republic. Born into a wealthy family, she achieved the practically unachievable, scoring a perfect 1500 on her Trial, a test that all 10 year olds of the Republic take to determine their future. Score high and you’ll get to finish high school, go to a prestigious college and have a respectable position in the Republic’s military. Fail and you’re taken from your family and sent to labor camps. Fifteen year...


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Review: An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir

Review: An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir

Martials rule, Scholars drool, at least that’s what you would say if you were a Martial. The Empire depicted in An Ember in the Ashes is, in fact, ruled by truly evil and cold hearted people known as the Martials, who seem like they literally make it their mission to make the Scholar’s lives miserable. Scholars, who once ruled the empire before being overthrown by the Martials, are afforded little luxury in life, being severely punished for the smallest crimes. Laia, a Scholar, has her life turned upside down...


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