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With his raven hair and snow-white skin, Lord Ansil Eirwin draws unwanted attention wherever he goes. After his father’s untimely death, Ansil is set to become Duke of Ravenswood on his next birthday. The gallant and timid lord would never dream of shirking responsibility, so he subverts his desires in order to please his mother and new stepfather, Reginald.

Orien Moore, known as the Huntsman, lives on the fringes and has forsaken close bonds with anyone, even the misfits he has taken in. When Orien is called upon by his brother, Reginald, to kill the pampered future duke, it is the perfect opportunity to seek revenge against his power-hungry brother. Orien formulates a plan to use Reginald’s vicious request to his advantage by kidnapping Ansil and holding him hostage until he can fulfill his birthright.

Soon Orien realizes that Ansil is nothing like he’d expected. Kind and joyful, Ansil enchants Orien and his ragtag group. And Ansil, in turn, cannot help but be curious about the gruff huntsman as Orien’s vulnerabilities are exposed. Their mutual interest transforms into affection, followed by overwhelming desire. But they are living on borrowed time.

With Reginald seeking power in Ravenswood, they have no way of knowing what will transpire once Orien returns Ansil to his proper place in society. The only certainty is that the odds are stacked against them. Will the young lord and his huntsman ever have the chance to experience the happily ever after they’ve found in each other’s arms?

Please note: Forever Moore is a romantic fairy tale - minus the magic - that features one reluctant lord, one brooding huntsman, and plenty of angsty, forbidden love. It’s loosely based on a treasured fairy tale in a make-believe setting that isn’t part of any specific time period and doesn’t play by any traditional rules.

It also completely stands alone from the first book in the Forbidden Love series. You do not have to listen to one to enjoy the other. They are completely separate worlds.

©2019 Christina Lee and Riley Hart (P)2019 Christina Lee and Riley Hart

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My own fault for buying this

I did read the blurb before buying this, so I'm not sure why I thought this would be anything other than a straight woman's gay abduction/rape fantasy. I guess that's on me.

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A visit to Cheese City

I alternated between reading and listening to this book. I enjoyed the story until about half way in when it took a left turn into Cheese City. I’m not sure if it would have felt that way if I was reading it, but the sincerity of the narrator made me cringe while listening.

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Snow White Re-imagined.

Ending 💖Happily Ever After Comedy Level 😄Minimal Comedy Romance 💜Slow Romantic Build Up 💘Forbidden Love Sex 🔥Short Sex Scenes Series 📘Stand Alone Misc 💫Age Gap 👑Royal/Famous Narrator 💩No Distinct Voice for Each Character 🎭Voice acting on point and matching emotion of story 🎤Wonderful Voice

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It's okay.

Before I go into my review, I have to admit that I am pretty harsh when it comes to M/M Romance books; I do not read regular romance at all, but I'm a gay man, so I like the occasional story about love. Forever Moore is the story of Snow White and the Huntsman where Snow White is a guy. Ansil Eirwin is to become the duke of Ravenswood; for the past few years, his mother has reigned as the duchess after Ansil's father past away. Ansil's step-father, Reginald, has never been a caring person toward him, but he never got a sinister feeling from him. Eventually, he finds out that his step-father has been lying to him and his mother the entire time. The book switches perspectives from Ansil to Orien, Reginald's brother, who's the huntsman. Reginald hires Orien to kill the future duke, so that he will become the duke instead of his step-son. Orien hates his brother so, instead of killing Ansil, he kidnaps him and brings him to the manor where he lives until Ansil's birthright at the age of twenty-one comes in a few months and then return Ansil to his mother. At first, Orien seems like a terrible person and is a monster, keeping Ansil prisoner for reasons he won't divulge and keeps him locked away. Eventually, Ansil becomes friends with everyone in the manor and even Orien starts feeling a kinship toward the "little Lord." Then, the lines blur between their relationship and it becomes apparent that there is definitely something between the future duke and the hunstman. I can get a book like this size finished in usually two weeks at the most, but it took me six months to get this one finished. My problem is that nothing really happens besides at the beginning and then at the end. There can be romance books with actual things happening. Eighty percent of this book is the transition of Ansil being a prisoner to the relationship. Even the "exciting" parts are so-so. Now, all of this sounds like I hated the book, but it's not true. I liked the relationship between the two and it fit into the fairy tale-esque story line. I found it entertaining and good, in a cheesy sort of way. The book, overall, gets a B- from me and the narrator, Kale Williams, did a wonderful job and gets an A-.

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Enchanting, and absolute romantic perfection!

Magical! Absolutely swoon-worthy, incredibly romantic and highly original retelling of Snow White. I was so glad that this particular raven-haired beauty still had one of his parents and grew up relatively happy. The abduction and Orien’s initial rather boorish behavior made for a surprising change of pace in this fairy-tale environment, which I very much enjoyed. I also loved the gradual build-up of sensual awareness as well as the sweet emotional connection that slowly formed between Ansil and Orien. Orien’s sexual orientation was another very welcome surprise. I think it’s great how the authors have once again set their fairy-tale in an imaginary world that offers such a splendid mix of historical & modern day elements. Orien’s seven companions were all brilliant and utterly lovable, though I for one am a fan of Gaius and Arya ;-) The only thing that bugged me a little was the way in which the villain was disposed of, it reeked of cruelty & vengeance rather than justice. I prefer my heroes to aim to be the bigger person. All in all, though, this was an amazing love story. I absolutely recommend it. Kale Williams was the perfect narrator for this book! I loved what he did with it, the way he brought the characters to life and all the unique, distinct voices he gave each and every single character. His smooth, elegant voice and amazing performance made this into a wonderful listening experience.

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it's like a gay Snow White

it's like a gay version of Snow White it has a very good plot. I hope the authors write more of this style of books. and also the narrator has a very sexy voice.

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Beautiful fairy tale

4 Blue Roses 4 Blue Flames Narrator Kale Williams will carry you away to the land of far, far away, where the Huntsman and his Prince find their happily ever after. Kale's extraordinary sweet and smoky voice has me addicted and swooning for all his audiobooks. Lately, the man just gives me goosebumps as soon as he says "Chapter one". Christina Lee and Riley Hart has outdone themselves, bringing a very well known fairy tale to life in the M/M genre. Some of the elements in the book were borrowed and twisted very skillfully, so it kept me guessing and interested in the plot. It's definitely worth listening to. I recommend this audiobook for when you are in the mood for some sweet loving and easy listening. Happy Listening

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amazing

this was such an amazing audio experience!! Kake brought the characters to life with such enthusiasm, I adored reading the book and didn't think it could get better than that, but it did with the audiobook.

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Fun and romantic story

Forever Moore is a great reimagining of Snow White. I loved both of the main characters Ansil and Orien. This was a fantastic slow burn romance. My only criticism is I wish the take down of the evil step father was more than it was. I felt it was pretty lackluster. Otherwise a great story. Narration was enjoyable. Kale Williams did a great job with this one.

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A new take on an old tale

Ever After by Ms. Hart and Ms. Lee is one of my favorite books. Certainly among gay fairy tale books it’s near the top of the pile. And the audio was divine. All that being said, I had high hopes for this book, the second in the loosely associated Forbidden Love series. This book is a stand alone and you don’t have to have read the first one to enjoy this one. And although I did enjoy the book, it didn’t quite capture me the way the first one did. Now, don’t get me wrong, I liked this book. I think it’s good and it stands alone quite well. It’s just that I was pulled in more by the previous book and kept comparing the two. Orien Moore has a problem. His brother has demanded he kill the man’s step-son. Orien has no desire to help his brother grab power, but he also knows his brother will not be dissuaded. If he doesn’t kill the young man, his brother will simply find someone who will. But protecting the young man means kidnapping and holding him against his will. Just for a few short months until the boy is old enough to claim his rightful place. Lord Ansil Eirwin is an attractive young man, sheltered and not knowledgeable in the ways of the world. He whittles and enjoys the company of servants. He doesn’t yet understand the gravity of the role he must ascend to when he turns twenty-one. When he is kidnapped, he has no idea why or what to do. He is powerless in the face of the dominating Orien. Quickly, though, he makes friends with other inhabitants of Orien’s manor. The man has created a found family that is remarkable. Neither man has considered the unnatural relationship of two men. Orien has focused on those he protects and Ansil, although knowing he doesn’t find women attractive, hadn’t ever thought to take it further. Their relationship is slow to blossom, to be sure. But there are supportive people in their lives who make it clear they’re okay with such a relationship. As is necessary, there is a showdown between the two brothers, the ending of which I hadn’t necessarily predicted. Also, this is based on Snow White’s story, so there needs to have an apple. I’ll leave it at that. I enjoyed the audiobook. Kale Williams is a solid narrator who always gives an admirable performance. He differentiated the voices and did well overall. I would recommend this book and was glad I listened to it. Hopefully there will be more to come – especially with those gorgeous covers.

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  • 11-11-19

Great Twist on this Tale, Williams is Perfect!

Very clever story! I love all the nods to Snow White, and the way the authors spin the story is incredibly well done. If you're in the mood for a fairy tale, this one's a winner! Kale Williams performs the audiobook and I have to say I've never heard him quite like this. He maintains a steady pace throughout and it really adds to the effect. He does his gruff, sexy, deep voice for the Huntsman, and this soft, tender, young voice for the Lordling. I don't think any other narrator could have added as much to the experience. a copy of Forever More, Forbidden Love Book 2 was provided for the purpose of my review

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  • The Smut Librarian
  • 07-11-20

sweet and fulfilling tale

Once again these talented authors created a vivid and colourful world where we can get lost in the fairytale story of forbidden love between two very different men. A sweet and fulfilling tale that is highly recommended as a quick release from reality! Narration done brilliantly and adds an extra layer to the storytelling!