Marsella Talent has been on the run for two years, ever since her father thrust a ledger into her hands and told her to run from the police swarming their family restaurant. Now, with the cops and her father’s men desperate to get their hands on the book, she knows she can never go home.
Jake never thought he’d see Marsella again, not after he helped her escape the night of the sting operation targeting her father, August Talent. So when he stumbles upon a mysterious woman named Cassie, the spitting image of Marsella, he knows he has to gain her trust to finally make up for the mistake he made years ago.
Only the closer he gets to her, the more irresistible he finds her. And soon he realizes he’ll have to make a choice—prove his loyalty by getting back the ledger, or save the woman that he’s growing to love...
I wasn't sure if Forsaken was supposed to be a mystery, a thriller, a romance, or erotca because the content all seems to cross over all of the above.
There are secrets to discover, a past to uncover and more than one tale of redemption to reveal.
I think Jake really became one of my favorites in this book. He was the one that I connected to personally even though "Cassie" has plenty of traits that drew me in. I really like the way Kincade can humanize her characters, she has a fantastic way of bringing her cast to life and that really kept my interest as I read Forsaken.
Although Forsaken isn't quite what I was expecting I wanted more from the background history story and I rather enjoyed reading this book while trying to find out all the Deep Connection secrets hold.
I look forward to seeing what happens in the next installment.
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Krissy's Bookshelf Reviews received a digital copy in exchange for an honest review from Berkley Publishing
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