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Posted September 2, 2014
This was a little different read, it was interesting. It was about angels and demons fighting a war. Who ever goes to the castle never returns. The author is very creative in creating how the world ends with the last humans on earth. The best I can give this book is a 3. I would say unless you are into BDSM and nightmares you shouldn’t read this.
The author did tell a wonderful story, there is a lot of pain. I would even call it a rape. But the main character did come to enjoy the dark green eye person and what they did. I felt very sorry for the main character and a lot of other people.I am sorry I just did not care for it. Had I known it was this type of book when asked to read it I would have turned it down. This is so out of my genres and I can’t do a bias review. I have read Erotica , BDSM and gay books that I did enjoy this was not one of them.
However I do know there are people out there that love this type of thing. I am sure they will enjoy it and think it is a wonderful story.
Posted July 30, 2013
4.5 Star Review
Forbidden is a powerful opening to what I hope will be just the beginning of a compelling series. The short story opens with the introduction to a fascinating, albeit dark world, where women are breeders, men warriors or simply cannon fodder to the terrifying demons lurking on the outskirts.
We are introduced to the main character Jax. A warrior who begins to struggle with his role, his position in the world that he is living. He begins to question the sanity of the life that he is leading. J.V.K effectively opens up this captivating character to us, allowing us to feel compassion towards his cause.
It is when Jax is at his weakest, when he begins to doubt the world around him, that he meets an intriguing and somewhat cruel man. A man that turns his world upside down, and sparks desires in him that he wasn’t prepared for.
Forbidden flows smoothly and has lovely moments of real tension. Moments that are almost palpable. J.V.K has effectively developed a world that came to life, and characters that were terrifyingly real. Bex ‘n’ Books rated 4.5 sassy fairies.