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Publisher Description

From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the This Man series comes a "brave, cutting-edge romance" (Library Journal) that begs the question: what would you do if you fell in love with someone you can't have?

Annie has never experienced the "spark" with a guy -- the kind of instant chemistry that steals your breath and blindsides you completely. Until a night out with friends brings her face to face with the wickedly sexy and mysterious Jack. It's not just a spark that ignites between them. It's an explosion. Jack promises to consume Annie, and he fully delivers on that promise.

Overwhelmed by the intensity of their one night together, Annie slips out of their hotel room. She is certain that a man who's had such a powerful impact on her and who could bend her to his will so easily, must be dangerous. But she's already in too deep. And Jack isn't only dangerous. He is forbidden.

August 8
Grand Central Publishing
Hachette Digital, Inc.

Customer Reviews

RiverKim56 ,

The Forbidden

I’ve read all of Jodie’s novels and this story doesn’t disappoint. I’ve been missing Jessie and Ava so that I’ve had to read This Man trilogy and Miller and Livy waiting for her next adventure. I wasn’t disappointed. I would have been very happy to have a longer fleshed out story of Jack and Annie. Jodi has a real talent to make you fall in love with her men. Thank you Jodi for sharing your talents with the world.

mylie marty ,


Heartbreaking but yet so heartwarming at the same time. LOVE it

Kc0430 ,

What’s forbidden can be had

Anything Jodi writes...I read. She has a true talent for writing stories that we shouldn’t want to love but become consumed with. Jack is right behind Jesse in the JEM Alpha world for me. He is so true to his heart while fighting his conscience for what he truly wants. Jack will consume you and make you yell and cry along with Annie to get her HEA. I have read this story at least 8 times and I don’t see me slowing down anytime soon. As always a JEM must read

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