The past is a murky cloud of nothing and the present a hot empath

Forbidden Fruit (Corine Solomon, #3.5)Forbidden Fruit by Ann Aguirre
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This novella fits in between book 3 and 4 of the Corine Soloman seriesBlue Diablo: Corine Solomon: Book One.
Shannon and Jesse are given an avenue to explore the possibility of a relationship.
I got a teeny weeny bit fed up of the whole Shannon has the hots for Jesse and Jesse can ‘feel’ just how much because he is an empath. Once or twice I get and possibly a third time but it got to the point of repetitive.
You can clearly tell the author has the gift of gab, however the gab must have been bored and overtired in this little excursion. The little content that was there was drawn out like a rubber band and it lacked both detail and character depth.
Novellas are supposed to entice the reader to read the full novel. They need to be hard hitting and leave the reader with a curiosity born of needing to know what happens next. Even an add on to a series novella.
I received a copy of this book via NetGalley

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