Posts Tagged: Diane Rinella

REVIEW: Time’s Forbidden Flower by Diane Rinella

REVIEW: Time’s Forbidden Flower by Diane Rinella

REVIEW: Time’s Forbidden Flower once again has us visit the lives of Lily and Donovan, siblings who fell in love as teenagers and have denied their love because they had to conform to the norms of society.  The first book, Love’s Forbidden Flower was a heartbreaking look at how forbidden love can destroy a person.   Lily, always the strong one in this relationship, was willing to put it all on the line, live a lie and deny their sibling relationship, while Donovan was always being pressured by his mother and father to stay away from Lily or they would have him declared a pedophile. That book tore me up.  The second book is just as touching.  For such a taboo subject, it is handled with class.  Lily and Donovan have moved on, they each have families, they each have children, they each have jobs that fulfill them.  But when… Read more »

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REVIEW AND GIVEAWAY: Love’s Forbidden Flower by Diane Rinella

REVIEW AND GIVEAWAY: Love’s Forbidden Flower by Diane Rinella

Love’s Forbidden Flower by Diane RinellaPublication: November 28th 2012by Midnight to Six Genre: Edgy/New Adult Romance The heart cares not what society forbids. Lily nurtures a secret love for a flawless man—the one who is her soul mate. Donovan is gorgeous, charismatic, and delights in all of Lily’s talents and quirks. Their innate knowledge of each other is almost telepathic. Together they interlock like fine threads creating luxurious silk. But society dictates this picture-perfect adoration is the ghastliest of all possibilities. As Lily embarks on a quest for the romance the heavens intended, her suitor turns reluctant. Desperate to uncover why Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hiding decayed from a tender-hearted gentleman into a ferociously self-serving, cocky bastard, Lily is prepared for battle when it comes to the salvation of her soul mate. However, Donovan traps Lily in a mental game of chess, leaving her to question his sanity. When Lily’s… Read more »

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