Review: Sempre by J.M. Darhower
This is a story with a lot going on ...
In the beginning of the story Haven decides to run for her safety and doesn't succeed; she is than captured and taken to a new home where she meets the son of the household Carmine. As the story progresses Haven and Carmine build a relationship even with the many mood swings from Carmine.
During the course of this book a lot happens that draws you into the story and makes you fall in love with the characters. When Dr. DeMarco has Carmine teach Haven how to drive made me laugh out loud and thankful that I don't have to learn that again.
So much happens in this book with different details that I can't even get into because it gives away the storyline. I enjoyed this story from beginning to end and will definitely be reading the second.