Sempre: Forever

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Createspace Independent Pub, 2012 - Fiction - 529 pages
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This is a story about sacrifice... death... love... freedom. This is a story about forever.Haven Antonelli and Carmine DeMarco had vastly different childhoods. Haven, a second-generation slave, grew up isolated in the middle of the desert, her days full of hard work and terrifying abuse. Carmine, born into a wealthy Mafia family, lived a life of privilege, never having to answer for anything he did.Both now seventeen, a twist of fate causes their worlds to collide, making them question everything they ever believed. Entangled in a web of secrets and lies, they learn that while different on the surface, they have more in common than anyone would think.In a world full of chaos, where money and power rule, Haven and Carmine yearn to break free, but a string of events that started before either were born threatens to destroy them instead. Murder and betrayal are a way of life, and nothing comes without a price-- especially not freedom. How much will they have to sacrifice? Can they escape their pasts? And, most of all, what does it mean to be free? Not everything is as it seems, and no one can possibly come out unscathed, but maybe, just maybe, it'll be worth it in the end.

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User Review  - Books007 - LibraryThing

Haven...what a messed up childhood she has had! Never free. Carmine..part-time jerk, part-time hero for me. Throw in the rest of his family whom I hated at the beginning but grew to like as the story ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kate.Good - LibraryThing

4.5 super stars!! I loved so much about this book. The characters were so...real. How JM Darhower did such an amazing job at getting inside the head of these people, I will never know. It takes an ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Ever since she was young, JM Darhower has found writing to be therapeutic. Her passions include crafting, mothering, politics, books, and speaking out about human trafficking, and she can often be found on twitter, sharing her random thoughts and opinions on those subjects. She lives in the Carolina's with her amazing family, and she'd love to hear from you. You can visit her at JMDarhower.com.

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