Forbidden: The Revolution

Forbidden: The Revolution

by Samantha Sommersby
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Forbidden: The Revolution 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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Emptrix More than 1 year ago
Excellent third book and best so far book in this wonderful contemporary erotic vampire series. Erotic sensual heat, dry and droll humor, and intelligence in the characters and by the author. I am definitely hooked on this series and this author. Other reviewers have provided well written story summaries; I won't be redundant with too much detal. I loved the premise in the first book, "The Claim" and fell into the story line immediately. This third book is a continuation of the story from the first and second books. Ren Renfield is in charge of an organization and hundreds of billions of dollars he is using to integrate vampires into human every day life, while keeping the villians locked up or at bay or by getting rid of them. Ren's and Violet's son, Randall, "Dell" Renfield is 24 or 25, and is definitely his father's son, as he frequently states of himself. Dell, like his father, is everything you could want in an Alpha male vampire hero; sexy, very hot,and very intelligent. He also is a very strong Mage, and magic an intergal part of him. The author's web site has a free story "Its Magic" about a Halloween event Dell briefly recalls in this story at It takes Dell longer to sort out the reason for his need of and attraction to Alexandria, "Alex", who is really someone else we met in book two, than it took his father to decided about his mother. Dell is engaged in continued conflict about his youth and life time commitment, and sex versus love. His conflicts between his thinking head and "Mr Happy's" desires are hysterically funny at times. The tension and attraction between Dell and his HEA Alex is drawn in a way that keeps you wondering and interested. A really good, amazingly hot love story. Alex's character is also well drawn and developed. She, like Dells mother Violet, is an Alpha female. Alex more overtly and physically so. Alex and Dell balance each other in a more physical and action oriented way than do Ren and Violet whose connection is more mind action based. The cast of characters incorporated from Ren's and Violet's story,follow to this book, and new characters are added here, all of whom, one hopes, will be developed in future books. I downloaded all three books of the series on the same night from and read all night. I cannot wait for the next, fourth book in the series. I am hoping for a long relationship with this series.