Forever, For Always by Sabrina Quinn (Review by Kristin – #NerdGirlSoldier)

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Title: Forever, For Always

Author: Sabrina Quinn 

Published Date: June 29th 2015

Genre:  Romantic Suspense


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Forever, for always. For all of time.

That is what they thought. Little did they know, Dominic would never get the chance at for all of time. Now, not only is Adaline the number one suspect in her husband’s murder, but she is also next on Vincent Rossi’s hit list. She has no choice but to change her appearance along with her identity and go on the run.

Four years and several cities behind her, Adaline is now, Vada Bruno, a lonely shell of who she once was with Dominic by her side.

Isaac, a Miami police officer, is immediately drawn to Vada the moment he meets her in Carlos’s Café. Something about the new barista reminds him of his own past. Vada wants nothing to do with Isaac as she has more important issues to take care of, but that doesn’t stop his persistence. He is determined to break through her tough exterior to find her heart.

Will Adaline live off the grid her entire life, confined to the role of Vada; always in fear for her safety? Or will Vincent finally catch up to her and make her pay for all the trouble she caused to his business?


***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
Reviewer Specifically Notes Attempted rape and adult themes
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***Kristin – #NerdGirlSoldier’s  Review***
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I enjoyed how the pace was not too fast but not too slow either. The plot was very well done and it kept me on my toes. I will admit to crying in a few places, laughing at others and feeling nervous at times for the characters.

I felt that the characters were well developed, even those that didn’t play a huge role in the book. The author took great care in making sure that her characters were ones that a reader could relate to, especially Vada (aka Adeline). Vada was incredible. I felt that she grew a lot in the book. Vada was scared to let people in, but yet yearned for a friend. The moment that she got her sign that it was okay to let people in, it was like all her troubles took a back burner for just a moment and she allowed herself to feel. Yes she loves her son, Benny (who was just absolutely adorable), but she had trouble loving herself and others.

Issac is the perfect man for Vada. Sure he is one sexy cop moving up to detective, but there’s more to him than just his bulging biceps and rainbows of tattoos; Issac cares for people, and his heart is incredibly large. Like Vada, he too had issues with love and letting people get close. Issac learns and grows so much. It was wonderful to watch him fall in love and fight for it.

Overall I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a romance with some suspense. The constant worry that Vada’s past as Adeline showing it’s ugly head was wonderfully woven into the story. You could feel her tension, see her fear when people ask about her past and Benny’s father. You couldn’t help but hope that she’d get her happy ending. Does she get it? Read the book and see for yourself.


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