Forever Mine (The Moreno Brothers)
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A Night Owl Teen Review 5 Star "Top Pick" ~ "I can't even begin to express how much I loved this book. I read the whole thing in less than one day. In fact, it was nearly five o’clock in the morning when I finished, it was that good."
In Between Writing and Reading Blogspot ~ Oh My God I LOVED this book!!! It was amazing!!
Reading Eating and Dreaming ~ It’s great and I highly recommend it for older teens. I have a feeling the Moreno Brother’s series is going to be a sexy series full of drama and romance. I can’t wait to read them all!
YA Indie Princess Reviews ~ WOW Elizabeth Reyes has blown my mind with Forever Mine. Fans of Sarah Dessen & Simone Elkeles will eat up Forever Mine like the total book candy it is.
Sizzling Reads YA blog ~ This book was amazing! I didn't expect to love it as much as I did. From the very first chapter I was as much in love with Sarah and Angel as they were in love with each other.
C.C. Jackson Reviews ~ Forever Mine was heated and exciting. I literally could not got to sleep because I couldn't stop thinking about this book. The best part, No werewolves or vampires anywhere! Finally an awesome book about real people with real circumstances.
Seventeen-year old Sarah’s life is turned upside down when her single mom is sent to jail. She’s forced to move, leaving behind everything she’s ever known, including her best friend Sydney. Lost and bitter in a new school, her one goal is to save money and move back home. Then she meets Angel Moreno.
Enigmatic but gorgeous, Angel is almost too good to be true. Except for one thing, his archaic belief that guys and girls can never be “just friends”. The problem? Sarah’s best friend Sydney is not a girl.
With their unexpected romance intensifying to places neither ever experienced, how long can Sarah keep Angel in the dark about the guy waiting for her back home?
back to him. “I love it,” she whispered. “This is my favorite place.” “I can see why.” She stepped closer to the fence and gazed out into the ocean. The lights on a couple of ships and some small sail boats still out there shined brightly. Angel stood behind her, and he grasped the top of the iron rail, enclosing her body between his arms. His warm body against her back felt good, especially since it was getting cold. His face came over her shoulder next to her ear, and she felt him take
muscles tensed. When he didn’t respond immediately, Sarah sat up and pulled away from him. “Wait, hold on...” He reached for her. She pulled her hand away from his reach. “I’m only telling you, so you won’t think I’m a tease, if things don’t go as far as you’re expecting them.” He sat up, quickly pulling himself next to her again. But before he could respond she added, “I’m just not ready for anything like that, especially with everything that’s going on right now.” Damn it, he felt
talked. Hell, he’d thought about her during the game. He kept glancing up at the stands every chance he got, prompting several disgusted hollers from his coach of, “Get in the game, what the hell’s the matter with you, Moreno?” He hadn’t seen her at the game, but then she did say she had to work. There was still a chance she’d make the party. Looking across the street at the lights coming from the DJ in the backyard, anxiousness crept up his spine. “Hold on, give me a sec.” He downed some of
considerably cold with many of the people arriving in coats and heavy jackets. But Angel felt hot. The yellow Impala was parked across the street. Angel squeezed his eyes shut for a second, remembering that night. He leaned against Alex’s truck parked just two cars away from the restaurants front door. “I don’t have a lot of time.” Angel crossed his arms over his chest. “I’ll make this fast.” Angel did his best to look bored. “Sarah loves you, Angel.” Angel stared at Sydney,
Sarah turned to him, “You sure you’re okay with this?” Not really but he may as well get it over it. As far as he was concerned, Sarah was a part of his life for good now, so if Sydney was part of hers he had to get used to this. “Yep, I’m good.” She leaned over and kissed him before getting out of the car. Angel walked around and met her at the sidewalk. Sydney was already standing on his porch with a blonde girl. He met them at the bottom of the porch steps, greeted Angel first and