Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Sempre (Forever) by J.M. Darhower

This review will be brief as to not give anything away. I don't think there needs to be too many teasers in order to entice anyone to read this without hesitation as it's such a dense book with a intriguing content and story line.

Sempre gives us an insight into the cruel and shocking reality of issues that still (surprisingly) take place within our global community and modern society. Things such as secret organisations (Mafia's), slavery and human trafficking, physical and emotional abuse and crime.

There are twists, revelations and mysteries revealed throughout the unraveling of the plot as two fates: those of Carmine DeMarco and Haven Antonelli (our male and female protagonist duo) intermingle until the romance between them blossoms into an intense relationship with both heart breaking and beautiful moments. 

It truly is an astonishingly realistic portrayal of what could be; what really goes on behind closed doors. Cathartic and touching.

Personal comment: My god this book is amazing, one of my all time favorites. I love romance based mafia shit. I urge anyone who is reading this review right now, to not hesitate picking this book up. You certainly won't regret it. 

Cazzo, io amo questo libro!

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