The Forbidden Claim

The Forbidden Claim

by Kelly Gendron

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940014338158
Publisher: Red Sage Publishing, Incorporated
Publication date: 03/01/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 552,460
File size: 278 KB

About the Author


Writing, what other way is there to describe it- it's my conviction, I've been faithfully writing for three years but started about eight years ago. My other full-time job, when I'm not writing, I'm a nurse who represents a group of nursing facilities in the WNY area. I live in North Tonawanda, New York- a small suburb between Buffalo and Niagara Falls. I have recently remarried after being single for the past ten years. Yes, I can finally say I found the right one! And I have a beautiful son, teenager, who continues to color my world with pride and laughter.

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The Forbidden Claim 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was late in discovering Ms. Gendron, when I came upon the Declan Brothers series and got hooked! Needing more lead me to The Forbidden Claim, and I'm so glad it did. Jed is one Hot Alpha! I'm sorry I missed this when it was released, but I definitely recommend reading it now!
KrisMack More than 1 year ago
Not sure where all the good reviews are coming from. This book is terrible. I'm about half way through and if it doesn't get it together soon I'm trashing it. I'm really shocked since I've read several others from this author and really liked them. but every great author has a donkey of a book in their closet. This is it. It keeps reminding me of bad "after midnight" programing on Showtime. Also known as spankovision. I've also found a few mistakes that only someone who isn't really enjoying the story would pick up. But whatever. I kinda want my 5 bucks back.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The author created captivating characters, great story with a perfect mix of intrigue and lust.
ImogeneNix More than 1 year ago
I don’t mind a good Romantic Suspense, so I put my hand up to review this title, little did I know I was going to find a seriously sexy title landing in my inbox! US Marshall Jinx Collins is an outspoken, free-spirited, and fearless woman. It’s that same fearlessness, however, that tends to get her into trouble. Jinx has lots of questions about her life including the man who could be her the key to her past. Jed Kane has worked undercover in the human trafficking ring for years. When Jed accepts a job to disguise himself as one of his worst enemies and take a ride from the correctional facility to a secured location, he certainly had not planned on being abducted by Jinx Collins. There was nothing about the relationship that did not immediately explode into life. From the first encounter of Jinx and Jed we were left in no doubt that this couple would be ending up together by the end of the book. The interludes are regular and very very hot. So make sure you wear oven mits when reading the intimate scenes! There was a range of themes contained throughout the story, including assumed identities, abducted children, reunited sibling, well you get the idea, anyway. I did think the suspense came very secondary to the character/couple development throughout the book, which is a shame, because I do think it would have strengthened the tale a little and by the end I was a little let down that it really felt almost unfinished. I ended up asking myself if there will be a follow on book? Verdict: At the end of the day, it is an erotic tale that should leave you warmed on the inside. I would suggest it for those looking for a weekend or holiday read with the added benefit of a little naughty pleasure. 4 stars
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a do-not-miss book. Well written, with a strong alpha-male, and a sexy, sassy lady. Get caught up in a beautiful twist of fate. It will leave you laughing and crying. Great read