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THE FORBIDDEN FERRARA
by Sarah Morgan

Genre: Series, Harlequin Presents, Current Series Imprints

2012 Harlequin Presents Award Winner

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THE FORBIDDEN FERRARA (4.5) by Sarah Morgan: Santo Ferrara and Fia Baracchi shared a night of silent passion, despite the age-old feud between their formidable Sicilian families. When Santo walks into Fia’s restaurant months later and comes face to face with the unexpected result of that night, the two realize they must embark on a journey they never believed possible. The sexual desire still burns in their veins, but will the heat heal or destroy them? Morgan is a magician with words, and she thrillingly transports readers to picturesque Sicily, where she spins a modern-day fairy tale of grudges, feuds and forbidden passion. And her love scenes should come with the warning: “Reading may cause hot flashes.”

Reviewed By: Debbie Haupt

Publisher: HARLEQUIN

Published: June 2012

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Couldn't Put This Down

Submitted by Jennie on November 10, 2012 - 1:40am.

Well, I really really enjoyed this book. The second story is about the second Ferraro brother , Santo. He's fabulously sexy and arrogant to match which makes his spectacular fall over Fia all the more delicious.
Fia, the heroine, has had such a tough life, I cried for her but she's a survivor.
Santo ends up doing his utmost to win the love and respect of Fia after a shaky beginning. They both have to learn how to handle this new relatioship.
This story is great, in the usual tradition of Sarah Morgan !

Couldn't Put This Down

Submitted by Jennie on November 10, 2012 - 1:40am.

Well, I really really enjoyed this book. The second story is about the second Ferraro brother , Santo. He's fabulously sexy and arrogant to match which makes his spectacular fall over Fia all the more delicious.
Fia, the heroine, has had such a tough life, I cried for her but she's a survivor.
Santo ends up doing his utmost to win the love and respect of Fia after a shaky beginning. They both have to learn how to handle this new relatioship.
This story is great, in the usual tradition of Sarah Morgan !