Forbidden by Amy Miles

Forbidden by Amy Miles
Publisher: ????
Length: 203 pages 
Genera: Horror
Subjects: romance, paranormal, vampires, escape

Summary:
Roseline Enescue didn’t ask to become an Immortal, to have all of the guests at her wedding slaughtered, or be forced into marriage with a man whose lust for blood would one day ignite the vampire legend.

Willing to risk everything for a chance at a normal life, Roseline escapes to America. Terrified her husband Vladimir will find her, Roseline enrolls as a senior in Chicago’s elite Rosewood Prep school. Mingling with humans is the last place he would look for her.

But her transition into the human world isn’t easy. Mortal men flock after her while cutthroat girls plot her demise. Yet Roseline remains relatively unfazed by the petty hysteria until she falters into the arms of Gabriel Marston, reluctant MVP quarterback, unwilling ladies man, and sensitive artist in hiding.

Troubled by the bond that pulls her towards the mortal boy, Roseline tries to ignore him, but Gabriel is persistent. As their lives entwine, Roseline begins to realize that Gabriel is much more than he appears. His ability to toss a football the entire length of the field and grind concrete into dust pales in comparison to the glowing blue cross tattoo that mysteriously appears on his forearms.

Despite the forbidden bond between them, Roseline can’t help wondering what Gabriel is: He’s not human. He’s not Immortal. So just what is he?

Review:
Why did I pick up this random book? It was part of the Kindle Lending Library thing. And I needed to use up this month’s  library use. And I apparently I didn’t do much research. I really don’t get how the average rating is 4.10 stars.

The book is about a vampire Immortal who is married to Dracula Vladmir. So, somehow Roseline escapes and moves to a town. She instantly gets lots of friends and finds a boy. And then its Tru Lv 4ever and stuff (that’s by fifty percent mind you). They fight some and guys and then it’s over. The end.

This book was average in the sense that it was the average old bad vampire book.

Characters:
Roseline was pretty, smart, kind, proper, and all around horrible. I hate Mary Sues, which meant I should have hated her. But most of the time I was indifferent. I didn’t care about her or anyone else. Then she decided she was in lust love with Gabe (I’m sorry, that name was ruined by Percy Jackson), then I finally hated her. With a passion.

Gabriel was the sensitive football player who loves art and strolls in the park. From the moment he saw Roseline, he loved her. Not like, love. Like, Twilight Love. He was like super-duper, amazingly awesome /sarcasm

The secondary characters were unremarkable and I didn’t really care much about them.

Plot:
Plot:
Is this a vampire book or a teen drama? I’m pretty sure it’s just a teen drama with the main character is a vampire Immortal. I picked this up because I was bored it was about VAMPIRES.  It’s not. It’s about true lust love.

I didn’t find anything different, shocking, or wonderful. It was either a mindless, thoughtless read or an infuriating, horrible read.

Writing:
Either it had horrible formatting or this author needs an editor. I’m hoping for the first.

A comma:
A punctuation mark ( , ) used to indicate a separation of ideas or of elements within a sentence.

Commas save lives.

 What I liked and disliked:
Liked: 

  • …. nothing O.O

Disliked:

  • Plot
  • Writing
  • Characters
  • The Romance
  • The cliché mean girl

In conclusion:
This book was bad. Like kill me now bad.

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Favorite Character: N/A
Favorite Quote: 

N/A



Rating: ★☆☆☆☆

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3 thoughts on “Forbidden by Amy Miles

  1. Amy Miles says:

    Wow. I guess it is safe to say you hated my book all around haha. That’s perfectly ok. I know Forbidden isn’t for everyone. But I appreciate your honest review.

  2. Amy Miles says:

    As an author, I appreciate hearing the negative reviews as well. It is through in-depth reviews like that this I can grow. I realize I can’t please everyone, But I am grateful for book bloggers who are willing to take the time to point out areas they feel I need to grow in. Thank you for your time.

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