Sunday, May 29, 2016

Book Review: I'll Take Forever by Barbara McMahon

I'll Take Forever 
by Barbara McMahon

Paperback: 180 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (February 1, 2013)

Kindle Edition
File Size: 2169 KB
Print Length: 181 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publication Date: December 21, 2011
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC

Ratings: ★ ★ ★ 

My thoughts:

Liked the first half of the story. I thought Jenny and Kyle looked a cute couple bantering from dawn til evening. Loved that part. Then it became annoying as I realize the hero is a manipulative bastard. The kind of cop you'd want to be killed in duty! He's rarely shown a soft side, always intimidating the heroine with a few 'trying to woo scenes'. I decided to stop reading when the crime story became a love and lust story. Jenny is a widow, for only a year, yet she's acting as if she never had a dead husband!

About the book:

When Jenny Warwick is asked to provide cover for a DEA agent so he can infiltrate the small town where she lives, she protests none of her neighbors would be involved with drugs. Reluctantly agreeing to provide a cover story for the agent, she soon finds the man expects more than a mere place to stay. Before long everyone in town thinks there’s a romance blooming between them. Only Jenny knows it’s part of Kyle’s cover. Or is it?

About the author:

Bestselling, award winning author Barbara McMahon has written more than 80 novels which have sold more than 16 million copies world wide in more than fifty countries in twenty-eight languages. Known for her heartwarming, emotional stories, she excels in capturing those feelings when first falling in love. She has won or been nominated for every major award in the romance genre from a double nomination in the RITA to winning the Bookseller's Best, National Readers Choice Award and the prestigious HOLT Medallion, among others. 

Barbara lives in a rural county in California's gold rush country. She loves the history of the place and is involved in the county's genealogy group and historic cemetery preservation in addition to volunteering one day a week at the local Animal Shelter. For a complete list of books or to contact Barbara, visit her website:


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