In this thrilling and sexy follow-up to Sempre, two young lovers struggle to keep their relationship intact after they become deeply enmeshed in the dangerous mafia-run crime ring they once tried to overthrow.Haven Antonelli and Carmine DeMarco have been through a lot. Haven was taken in by... show more
In this thrilling and sexy follow-up to Sempre, two young lovers struggle to keep their relationship intact after they become deeply enmeshed in the dangerous mafia-run crime ring they once tried to overthrow.Haven Antonelli and Carmine DeMarco have been through a lot. Haven was taken in by Carmine’s father, and with his family’s help, she escaped a gruesome fate. However, saving Haven from the dark intentions of a mafia family cost Carmine a steep price: he was forced to swear loyalty to them.Now, still passionately in love, Carmine and Haven must face the fall-out of Carmine’s forced service, as Haven discovers terrifying secrets about the family that enslaved both her and her mother—and why she matters so much in this intricate web of lies.
Publish date: December 16th 2013
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Romantic Suspense
, New Adult
Series: Forever Series (#2)
Damn. This was a great continuation. Much like book 1, it was filled with layers. Things were never what you thought they were. Much like in life, nothing is black & white.Unlike book 1, in my opinion the main character in this was Corrado. Yes, Carmine and Haven are there. We follow their sto...
FGMAMTC Blog ReviewI have to start by saying this is the best follow-up book I remember reading. I also have to add that this is the best mob series ever. I loved book 1, but the author really outshines with book 2. I can't sing it's praises enough. It belongs on your Best of 2013 and Favorites ...
Sempre Redemption is the second book in the Forever series by J.M. Darhower. Young lovers Carmine and Haven are trying to keep their relationship in tact while tangled in the mafia ring. In order to save Haven, Carmine had to swear his loyalty to the mafia. Uh oh! Meanwhile, Haven discovers her wort...
It dragged. It was too long and needed a good editing. Also Haeven's innocence/naivete was exaggerated. Actually while I'm at it many scenes were terribly unrealistic, and I don't mean the fiction part, I meant how charterers acted and interacted, they felt like puppets. What else... Here are some p...
Blah. Too long and somehow through all of it, Haven still manages to never find a personality or be remotely interesting in any way. Pretty amazing feat, actually. The only reason I gave it two-stars instead of one was b/c there were a few bouts of interesting thrown in with all the boring. Usually ...