Caroline B. Cooney



  • Title: Forbidden
  • Author: Caroline B. Cooney
  • ISBN: 9780590465748
  • Page: 268
  • Format: Paperback

Bestselling Young Adult author Caroline Cooney heats up the reading for pleasure season with this big, glamorous novel of politics, power, and young love Caught up in a world of dangerous intrigue, a billionaire s daughter and the son of an assassinated senator are drawn to each other by a love so strong it threatens to overwhelm them.

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Warning: This is the version of a book that was originally published in 1993.Imagine my surprise when I read that phones (not sell phones) were amazing, about a Prince Andrew and the phrase "This is the America of the 20th century"!!Even without these hints the story had a feeling of oldness, the feeling you have when you see an old a movie. If I knew that the book was happing in 1993 I would have enjoyed the story more. I think. As for the story I liked it most of the time. The book ended with [...]

Annabel Jayquith and Daniel Ransom meet cute: they’re at a swanky society affair, and each hopes that the other has no idea who he or she really is. See, Annabel is the daughter of a rich hotel tycoon, and Daniel is the son of an assassinated senator. So they have baggage.But they instantly fall in love with each other, and they hope to stay that way. There is the teensy little problem of Daniel’s mother believing that Annabel’s father killed her husband. Who would be Daniel’s father.The [...]

It isn’t often that I give up on a book. I usually put it down and try to start it again. Unfortunately that wasn’t the case with this book. I really like Caroline B. Cooney’s books so when I saw this one on Netgalley I jumped on the chance to read it. The synopsis seemed intriguing and mysterious. Unfortunately I only made it halfway through the book before I had to put it down. The writing felt cheesy and over dramatic. The plot wasn’t too bad but I was just too put off by the writing [...]

I would cast this along the lines of Unforgettable, The Mummy - the more sensationalist books. Definitely not a bad read, quick, I enjoyed Annabel and Daniel. Annabel's resourcefulness was great to read. I'm not sure how I felt about the Jade storyline - it seemed kind of random and wasn't resolved very well at all.

Wow! Recommended to me by a friend- who recalled this book from her childhood. All I can say is I felt like each sentence should end with an exclamation point- it was dripping with emotion. The cool thing is that my own personal illicit favorite book from childhood was listed in the back!

This was a simple romance novel with suspense and mystery. It was a clean romance and I like my books much more spicier. I can't say it was a bad book, it just wasn't my type story. Thank you Open Road Integrated Media and NetGalley for ARC.

I really enjoyed this book. It was a clean romance tied around a murder mystery. I think it would be a great addition to my library.

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