The Forbidden by Jodi Ellen Malpas

The ForbiddenThe Forbidden by Jodi Ellen Malpas
Rosa's rating: 5 of 5 iScream Cones


When your hard limit becomes your addiction...

Jodi Ellen Malpas blew my mind and forced me to consider something that most everyone consideres to be FORBIDDEN. She was sneaky about it. She put me inside the head of the character and took me on her journey. Allowing me to experience it from her perspective.

Annie is a workaholic that loves her career as an architect. She's blessed with a job she loves, a supportive family, and close friends. When she has time to let loose, she hangs out with her friends. She's not looking for love, she's too busy. Actually, she's never been struck by that spark that everyone talks about. That instant chemistry that knocks you on your ass. That magnetic connection that scrambles your brain and makes you forget all of your resolutions. Well, at least not until him. What he did to her was beyond brain scrambling, it was permanent. Etched into her memory bank and unwilling to give her any peace. Replaying over and over and over again. She didn't know anything about her one-night-stand other than his first name. She didn't plan to ever see him again, but she wanted to. But it was too late. She got scared and ran off without sharing any contact information. Isn't that just her luck to finally find the one that makes her forget her own name and she doesn't have any way of contacting him? She will later wish he had stayed stuck in her mind rather than showing up at her apartment.

The Forbidden will make you reconsider what you thought you knew about yourself. It might turn your black/white into gray without asking your permission. You might fall, in spite of your determination to stand. You might fall in love with this book, just like I did. Since all of her books are best sellers, I've come to the conclusion that the author just doesn't know how to write anything else. The line forms here...

$7.99 Amazon (Coming August 8th)

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