Review: A Love So Wrong: A Forbidden Romance

A Love So Wrong: A Forbidden Romance A Love So Wrong: A Forbidden Romance by Katerina Winters
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Final Score - 4 Stars 

This is my first book ever by the author and I have say - I loved the concept/idea.  

The plot of this story focuses on two siblings, not blood related, who are forced to take to the road in their adoptive dad’s semitruck to survive. Staying home would not work for either of them.  Their mother, a manipulating fragile woman has allowed their abusive, drug addicted adopted brother to move back into the family house - something the father knew would happen.  So he came up with a plan just in case it ever happened.  They take his truck and hit the open road, running his trucking business - and leave their mom behind.

I have long been a reader of the step-siblings romance troupe and this was a new and refreshing take.  I enjoyed that while the parents honestly did love the children, the children knew from the start that they were only one's each other could ever really rely/depend on.  I also enjoyed how sweet Gideon and Jade were to one another - from their foster home to their new home, each protected the other. 

What I did not see coming was that plot twist.  Still don't know how I feel about that.  It kind left me feeling a little on edge that the other shoe would drop and something awful would happen. I still don't know if I liked it, but I can say I definitely did not love it.

I will definitely keep a look for future books and go back and read some previous releases.

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