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10 March 2009


Forbidden by Suzanne Brockmann is one of her earliest works of romantic suspense – as opposed to romance alone.

Kayla Grey goes to Asylum, Montana to find her best friend’s brother. Her friend, Liam has been dead for two years – killed in a bus bombing on a small island in Central America. But now Kayla has information that Liam is not really dead.

Being unfamiliar with how quickly the weather can change in the mountains of Montana, Kayla gets lost in a storm. The man, Cal Bartlett, who rescues her is instantly drawn to her and is more than willing to meet her in town the next night for dinner as a thank you. Before he can meet her the next night he finds out that she is the woman his brother asked to marry him. He is upset that she lied to him – if only by omission since she did not know who he was – and feels guilty for being attracted to his brother’s love.

When she convinces Cal to travel with her to Central America to find out what really happened to his brother, but is will be one tense trip where his battle between lust and guilt fight for his attention.

Brockmann, Suzanne. (1997). Forbidden. New York: Bantam

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