Forever Passionby Angela Winters, Kensington Publishing Corporation Staff
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Sydney Tanner has always been something of a loner. As a graduate student struggled to make ends meet at Howard University, Sydney is determined to complete a genealogy project that will earn her $500. When fellow classmate Gabrielle Hart volunteers to let Sydney trace her family and offers her home for the summer, Sydney reluctantly agrees.
It turns out that Gabrielle�s family is the Baltimore equivalent of the Kennedys. Sydney pursues her genealogy study much to the dismay of Gabrielle�s parents. She also falls for politician Marcus Hart.
As Sydney unearths secrets, she finds her life threatened by a member of the very family she is trying to research. She runs, as she has done all her life, and for the first time she has someone there to offer her support and love.
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In A Forever Passion we met Sydney Tanner. A hardworking college student trying to forget the uncaring, crazy people who raised her. Her biological father was in prison. Her mother and her husband were just down right hateful toward her. Sydney decides to take a fellow student (Gabrielle Hart) up on her offer to stay at her home and research her families history to win $500 in one of her college classes. Well Sydney got more than she bargained for. She meets Gabrielle's older brother Marcus. Sparks fly. This story had so much drama, I couldn't stop turning the pages. Everything was woven together and the characters were something else. We all know that every family has secrets and people don't like it when something or someone threatens to reveal the family secret. Members of this family took desperate measure to ensure their family secret was not told. It actually backfired, because nothing is a secret for long. If you have not read this book, please go out and buy it. You will be glad you did.
I would definitely say that this book is a lot more than a romance book, which was a very pleasant surprise. Learning about people's family backgroud, a woman's struggle to let go of a sense of vengence for her parents (which I can personally understand), and a love story destined for happiness comes together for a very interesting tale, to say the very least. Extremely intriguing would be more appropriate.