Forbidden

Lauren Smith

Smith, Lauren; Forbidden Her British Stepbrother
Publisher: Forever Yours
Publication date: 12-Jan-2016
Date Finished: 14-Jan-2016
Format: GooglePlay book
Pages: 198
Series: Her British Stepbrother (#1)
Genres: Romance, Contemporary Romance, New Adult
ASIN: B0169ATM94
Source: Google Play
Rating:4 stars3 flames

“Kat has always been a good girl. She studies hard and never stays out too late. But when sitting in a pub on her birthday, she realizes she’s a nineteen-year-old virgin who’s never really lived. And she wants tonight to be the night that changes.

Then she sees him walk in. He’s tall, dark, handsome, and straight out of her deepest fantasies. His voice makes her knees feel weak, and when he smiles, she imagines him doing wicked things to her in bed. From the look in his eyes, she knows he’s imagining it too. So when he asks if he can walk her home, she hears herself whisper yes . . .  -Goodreads

REVIEW

Honestly, I tend to avoid contemporary romance, particularly adult contemporary romance, but wow, I enjoyed this book. I am hooked and eager for the sequels. Don’t get me wrong it has some flaws, but it was a very intriguing story. I picked this book up (bought the e-book) because I have read the historical romances also written by this author. Plus I met Lauren Smith last year at an astronomy camp in Tuscan.  I really liked her historical romances, so I thought I’d give a contemporary a try, plus it was only $0.99 on the Google Play store.

While the entire story line and the characters’ emotions were very intense and rushed, it was a fun, quick read. It has definitely encouraged me to go to school in England to try my luck with love there!

 WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE type of ROMANCE?

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