As I said before, I'm very behind writing reviews and it costing me to really writting them. So I thought about reviewing a whole series instead of book by book. I have sort of good memory, but when you read a series between three or five sittings its tough to remember which scene is from which book. So, lets say that I will keep it simple, but that doesn't mean it will not contain spoilers. Brace yourselves, the following series I'm going to review has a total of six books, but the six isn't out yet and I already read and review the third book (weird, I know).
Aspen Kavanagh and Noel Gamble are from very diferent worlds, you know not from the same circle... let me be clear, she is the professor and he is the student, period. There isn't much, their love is for real forbidden. But nothing can be done, because Karma is a bitch and it fucks you right where it hurts. Noel has a poor background, meaning that everything he does is for a better future for his siblings which are still stuck with their absent mother. Aspen is the only child in a family that doesn't really support her, never have gave her love, so when Noel gives her a little bit of the only thing he can offer, is hard to deny the imposible. Shit hits the fan when they are discover, but loves keep it all together and that is the best. What I really LOVED about this book is all its quotes, like all the literary quotes from books I have read and of books that I haven't. I love them all!
You see, I really really like the series, but what left me thinking hard was the epilogue of Ten's book. Not the part where everyone is happy and established family, babies, jobs, a house and so on. It was the part that there is a new character called Knox Parker. He has a happy ending from what we can gather in the epilogue (and there isn't a name for her parthner), but we don't KNOW him. I thought a LOT and search and everything, but I came up with nothing. What I can suspect is that because Ten and Caroline went to California because his job, then it left a vacant in Forbidden, meaning that someone must take it and maybe that someone is Knox. But then I don't know which girl was left out! Ugh. I wished that Archer (the singer in the band) had a book too, because he was part of Ten's epilogue and we saw him from book three to five, so why can't he have a book too? Just whatever. I'm happy with what I read and I loved them all.