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I thought he d always be mine,even when I was forced to say goodbye We were never meant to let go, but it happened anyway Too bad I didnt know someone was waiting to take my place, or I would ve held on a lot tighter.Two years later, we were exactly where we d always planned to be I d kept my promise.He d forgotten all about his Not only had he moved on, but the person he d moved on with was my best friend, leaving me to begin college with a broken heart.I guess this is the part where Im supposed to tell you some other guy stepped in, repaired my shattered pieces, and made me smile again This isn t that kind of story My heart might have been broken, but it refused to fall out of love.WARNING this book contains cheating.NOW AN BESTSELLER...

Title : Suddenly Forbidden (English Edition)
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ISBN : B0799NMGD5
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Format Type : Other Book
Language : Englisch
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Number of Pages : 203 Pages
File Size : 696 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Suddenly Forbidden (English Edition) Reviews

  • Alexandra
    2019-05-08 19:29

    A few weeks ago a dear friend recommended to read Ella Fields.Yeah, this happens a lot, I know. But if someone recommends a book or an author there's always a fat chance, that you don't like it. Not with Ella Fields!And Suddenly Forbidden is no exception. This book is the story of Daisy and Quinn, who've known each other since they were kids. First they were best friends and then they were childhood sweethearts. Inseparable until the day Daisy had to move away with her family. They promised each other to meet again and let their love grow and last forever. Daisy did, but Quinn moved on (asshole). But did he?Until chapter 22 I was constantly crying. I couldn't stop, I felt so sad. I couldn't believe that Quinn made Daisy responsible for leaving two years ago. It wasn't her choice, she was a child and had to leave with her parents. And I couldn't believe he broke his promises to her!!! I've never had my own heart broken, but Quinn broke not only Daisys heart, but mine too. The whole story was gut-wrenching and I loved every minute and every word.Thank you for sharing this story!

  • Claypot2850
    2019-05-03 18:34

    Daisy and Quinn. I tell you. These two. They were determined to try and break my heart from the very beginning of this story. My chest was hurting from around the 5% mark and didn't settle down until the epilogue. I absolutely loved every second of this book.Ella Fields totally nailed the NA genre. She captured the tummy butterflies, the pain, the confusion, the guilt, the genuinely overwhelming emotion of teenage love perfectly. This Story is Wow! Simply Wow! Daisy and Quinn's love story is everything you didn't know you could have in a New Adult book.Best friends Quinn and Daisy were always sure they would be together forever.📚 "You and me ... like the moon and the stars, we’re permanent.” ❤️❤️❤️Until they weren't. Until circumstances and dishonesty changes their paths forever.📚The moon and the stars. It didn’t seem right for one to exist without the other. Yet here I was, being forced to do so anyway. 💔💔💔Ella painted such a vivid picture of the pain the characters go through that my chest was genuinely aching. My emotions were all over the place during this story - alternating from feeling broken-hearted to furious, from laughing to angry, from sad to hopeful and back again. So many feelings.Along with the generous dose of teenage heartbreak, that had me ranting and sniffling, the story also has a healthy dose of humour and a lot of it comes from Daisy's new best friend Pippa. Their relationship is everything that's good about the fierceness of teenage girl friendships and I have everything crossed we get Pippa's story next.📚"A brave girl who gave her heart away to someone she felt worthy of it. That’s who does it,” Pippa finally said. “You and me, we’re going to be friends.”You also get a perfect example of a "best friend" who everyone encounters at least once in their life. The kind of female I despise. Ella wrote her so well I personally wanted to climb into the book and punch her in the face. Boyfriend Stealing Ninja 👊🏼Daisy and Quinn both make mistakes, big ones. That's what teenagers do. The messy teenage angst in the story is so believable you find your wiser adult self shouting NOOO DON'T DO THAT!!!, but if you're honest, your inner teenage self would have done the same thing. You have to make mistakes to grow. They just hurt A LOT to read about.The characters are so realistic and lovable that I didn't want the book to end - I wanted to spend more time with each of them and I know I will reread this story again very soon.This love story is definitely not an easy one, but if you're looking for a NA read that will make you feel EVERYTHING then you need to read this book. I would give this story 6 stars if I could ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

  • Sarah Sentz
    2019-05-19 18:37

    Let’s just get this out the way. I HATE romances that have cheating. I’ve tried them. I end up hating characters. I hate the secrecy, the dishonesty, and the pain it causes. But for some reason, I was continually drawn to this synopsis. It pulled at my heart, and it kept going back and forth between reading it and not reading it . You can obviously tell that I did since a review is coming, and I can say without a doubt that Ella Fields blew my mind. If she never wrote anything but angsty affair driven romances, I would buy every single one. My opinion of cheating in romances hasn’t changed, but if she is writing it then I am reading it. Actual review is below:••••••••••••Words for how amazing this book is will elude me. This I know. The pain, the angst, the hope, and the love that emanates from the words on each page is felt in the soul. It crushed me, had me on the verge of tears, and had me yearning for these two, the moon and the stars, to finally light up the sky.I should hate Quinn. I should be so angry for his choices and his actions, but I can’t. From the time we meet him as a little kid, I was in love. Ella Fields is a genius for using flashbacks to develop my loyalty to man who will anger me to no end, because no matter what he did, my love of him never wavered. Trust me, there are moments I wanted to tell him to get it together, to be honest with himself, to stop being such a good man(that seems ironic and impossible but it isn’t), but then I would be taking a part of his character that made me so attached to him. His poor choices make things worse, but readers have to remember that he is young and tries to do the “right thing” for most of the novel. Even when things go wrong, he still tries to fix it, to lessen the damage, which strangely makes me love him more.Daisy, oh daisy. Her naivety should have annoyed me. The idea that he would be waiting speaks to her innocence, and yet I found her endearing. Like Quinn, I was drawn to her. Her artistry, her purity, and her kindness, even when she is making huge mistakes, had me firmly rooted to her side of this cheating trio. As the novel unfolds, and moments of the past are revealed, my sympathy for her grew. Her pain is palpable, and my pain came from her pain. I felt it, like I was a college kid watching my boyfriend not keep his promises to me, and the pain had me attached to this heroine.So it is time to talk about the best friend, and while I question some of her motives and choices she made, I love that, ultimately Ella Fields did not vilify her. She is a teen, a group of people who are traditionally egocentric, when she makes her first error, and then she is a woman trying to cling to someone she loves. Like Quinn and Daisy, she makes poor choices, her emotions clouding her judgment, and while I didn’t love her for the role she played, I found myself sympathizing with her for the loss and pain she endures.When you finally decide to pick up this book, you should, be prepared to feel a level of angst you haven’t experienced before, and, while it is dramatic, it is a story that centers around college kids. The level of “the world is ending” emotions is real, but there is undo angst. Ella Fields did a phenomenal job articulating the emotions of each character and the predicament they are all in together. The one aspect of the story that I did love is that isn’t overrun with cheating. The characters try to be honorable, and even respect what is established. After the cheating, the behavior only served to make me love the H/h more than I ever thought I could. I found again that we live in a world of grey, and Ella Fields articulated that so well, especially when it comes to matters of the heart.Suddenly Forbidden is decadent angst-filled romance that gutted me. Ella Fields crafted this story in a way that had me sympathize with the plight of the characters, all of them, even when they are wrong. I read this story with my hand clutching at my chest trying to ease the pain it felt, and that my fellow readers is the sign of beautifully composed romance.

  • Jen  Zingaro
    2019-05-09 16:27

    This book is absolutely EVERYTHING that I LOVE in a story. I love college romance. This story takes place in a college setting and you get flashbacks from the characters childhood that make this story so sweet. I fell in love with Daisy and Quinn in the first chapter. It's a LOVE triangle, which is not a surprise if you read the blurb. My heart LIVES for those types of books. The drama and the angst, fuels me. I started this book on a Saturday afternoon and had it done by Sunday morning. I COULD NOT put this down. The plot and the characters sucked me right in. My heart broke at times. It soared at times. I love a good quirky, honest heroine and that's what you get with Daisy. I swear that I have been her at times during my teen years and I could identify with her feelings. I feel like most of us strive to find someone like Quinn. All I can say is that you NEED to read this book.