Friday, October 28, 2011

Forever Taken by Danyele Nees

Veronica 'Roni' has always preferred older men. Even at her sixteenth birthday party, her best friend Missy tried to make sure a man attended who Roni would find attractive. Fortunately, Missy was able to book a hot DJ who was several years older. Roni instantly fell in love and Mark thought her adorable, but before they could go out on a date, he had an emergency and had to fly back home.

Roni tries to call Mark for years but he never picks up. Now, three years later, she decides to take fate into her own hands and moves out to Los Angeles. There, she can follow her dream of becoming an actress and also find the man she wants to marry, Mark.

She does find Mark and the two begin a whirlwind relationship, even though Mark has to juggle the care of his young daughter as well as time for Roni. But Roni's new landlord, Jeremy, wants Roni for himself. She finds Jeremy very attractive and the passion sizzles between them but she knows Mark is the one she should marry. She struggles with her feelings for the two men and comes to realize that one is not who she thought he was.

Forever Taken is a contemporary romance set in the present time. The characters are great and the love scenes steamy but this book really needs a lot of editing done to it. It gets confusing knowing who is talking since nothing is written with the correct punctuation and there are too many details in some aspects , whereas not enough in another. With a good editor, this could be a great romance instead of good.

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