Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Review Made, A Sempre Novel by J.M. Darhower

Title: Made
Author: J.M. Darhower
Series: Sempre
Release Date: October 27th 2014


Corrado Moretti.

The world knows the notorious Kevlar Killer, but few have ever seen what lies beneath his armor. The abused child. The neglected teenager. The broken man. He always did whatever he had to do in order to survive.

It's kill or be killed.

Throughout his life, he has been there in the shadows, a witness to everything from beginning to end. Bound by loyalty and honor, there's only one thing he would sacrifice it all for: family.

Never get close. Never get attached. It's a lesson that has been brutally pounded into him since childhood, but they're words the DeMarcos make it difficult for him to follow. Through them he finds love and grieves loss, realizing the world isn't quite as black and white as it's made out to be.


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Books by J.M. Darhower

Forever Series



Sempre: Redemption

Monster in His Eyes Series

Monster in His Eyes

Torture to Her Soul

Forbidden Series

By Any Other Name

Extinguish Series




The Mad Tatter 

Snowflakes & Fire Escapes


Not *exactly* a review, more like updates on how I felt after reading the book. 

Ugh. UGH!

I can't even...

I loved it but I was also disappointed, you can say. No rating until I make up my mind about it.


I can't stop thinking about Corrado Moretti.

4 stars.

Okay, 4 1/2. That's my final offer.

"You deserve to be somebody's everything, not somebody's secret."

There you go. How can you NOT love that man? Despite his nasty childhood - someone should have kicked his mom and sister's ass - and being 'groomed' to join La Cosa Nostra. He found his light in the dark.

***Second update***

Several months later, I'm gazing longingly at my Made paperback copy. 5 stars, people. That's what that means.  


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