Forbidden Fruit (Forbidden Trilogy) review by JO1...
Forbidden Fruit (Forbidden Trilogy Book 1)
Age Range - Mature Young Adult
Genre - Romance

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Age at time of review - 13
Reviewer's Location - Dorr, MI , United States
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It's been a year since Lily Grace's parents died in the fire. Since then, she's been living with her rich grandmother and going to an exclusive prep school. It's hard enough trying to fit in to a new school as a senior, but that may not be her top priority. With her dreams being haunted by monsters and evil spirits, she always wakes up screaming. It's hard to tell whether it gets better or worse when she falls for a new boy, who knows more about her than she could've ever thought and is determined to protect her, even though it's forbidden.


There were some parts of this story that I liked and disliked. I believe this novel could've been brought to life more, but it wasn't too bad. Some characters I liked, such as Bailey with her brave personality. I didn't like Rose's character though. Rose,Lily's grandmother, only cared about her money and her much younger boyfriends, or "boy toys" as Lily described them as.I also liked the occasional switching of perspectives; it helped balance out what the reader knew and didn't know. Michael was an interesting, mysterious character, but I wasn't sure about Lily falling in love with him. How do you fall for someone you hardly know? Perhaps that will be explained in the next addition of the series, which I will be on the lookout for.



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Content rating - mature content

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Strong language, including the "F"word here and there.

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