Whatever force made Lucky, either God or the Universe, wrapped him so tightly around my heart that sometimes I’m suffocating. Biologically, we are made of too many similar parts, yet our chemistry is like a meteor shower, raining bright sparks of light into the dark night. But it’s not our biology or chemistry that worries me the most, it’s the physics of our love that goes against the cosmos.
Ahhhh! The moment I finished Maldeamores (Lovesick) I immediately wanted to jump into this story because I needed these two broken souls to finally get their happily ever after especially after reading that epilogue. While many readers had to wait patiently for the next book I luckily didn’t discover this series until the release day of Malentendido (Misunderstood), which was so ideal because I don’t think I would have been able to wait. Less than a minute after finishing the first book I was already loading this one on my kindle. I still can’t believe that I managed to read both of these captivating stories in less than five hours. Lucky and Belén have to fight long and hard for their love because it is considered taboo and therefore forbidden, but these two were absolutely one hundred precent right for each other even if others didn’t think so. This was hands down the most beautiful ending to their story.
Before I started blogging last year I never saw myself expanding my horizon and trying books that are a little more taboo then my normal genres. Discovering little gems like this is the reason I love to blog and the reason I will continue to for years to come. No more will I be fearful to try new genres, especially when my new book besties recommend them. Mara White you have instantly become one of my new favorite authors and I will surely go back and read all your books – I recently purchased the Heightsbound series and now I can’t wait to fall in love with Jaylee, who we know as Lucky’s best friend.
About Mara White
Mara White is a contemporary romance and erotica writer who laces forbidden love stories with hard issues, such as race, gender and inequality. She holds an Ivy League degree but has also worked in more strip clubs than even she can remember. She is not a former Mexican telenovela star contrary to what the tabloids might say, but she is a former ballerina and will always remain one in her heart. She lives in NYC with her husband and two children and yes, when she’s not writing you can find her on the playground.