There are certain things that are unforgivable…
Falling for your brother’s best friend is one of them.
That isn’t the worst thing I’ve done, though.
Not even close.
Shame and guilt follow me everywhere.
Except when I’m with him.
With him, I can breathe again.
Smile again. Love again.
But he has no idea what I've done...
Anna is a character I just want to hug. When meeting her in Unconventional you WANT to not like her....but I just couldn't. I *knew* there was more to her and I was desperate for her story. Well, five seconds into reading Unforgiveable and I just wanted to hug her. Her story isn't an easy one, it had me in tears several times. But she's definitely a character I admire and would want to be friends with.
Wesley? Well this man had me swooning-even as a high schooler! Again, he doesn't have the easiest of backgrounds and it would be easy to write someone like him off, but this author shows you the real Wesley-and I dare you not to fall in love with him. He's sexy, hot, sweet and strong. He is an ideal book boyfriend for me!
The connection these two share is so palpable. You cannot help but feel it right from the very beginning. But this is a slow burn, and it's oh so worth it. Their chemistry and how they come together is 100% believable. Is the sex hot? Oh, absofreakinglutely. But this relationship is about so much more than that and the author portrays that beautifully.
There is some touchy subject matter in this book. I won't go into what exactly it is because it's a spoiler, but yeah, it definitely was emotional. But reading how this author handles it? It was compassionate and realistic. My heart broke but Anna and Wes fixed it.
The writing in this book flowed so well from start to finish that I just didn't want it to end. I laughed, I cried a lot and I absolutely fell in love. This was a fabulous read from this author and I can't wait to see what she comes up with next. I absolutely recommend this book.
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“No problem.” I take my position opposite him, holding the piece of trim in place against the dresser as he drills screws into the underside so that they remain hidden from view. It’s like magic.
I study him as he works.
He tilts his head this way and that to make sure the piece is level before he starts. Then, he lifts the drill, and taut muscles shine with sweat as he drives each screw into the boards with purpose. His forearms flex and jump with every movement. And his tattoo calls my eye to follow the bumps and dips of his biceps and triceps.
Wesley Scott is a perfectly sculpted specimen of man. He’s strong. Confident. Capable.
He catches me staring and winks, rewarding me with his rare, crooked grin. I feel myself flush as I quickly look away, totally busted.
No, I don’t mind helping him one bit.
Isabel Love is a hopeless romantic. She loves reading about two people falling in love, overcoming whatever obstacles they may face, and finding their happily ever after. A husband, two kids, and a full-time job keep her busy by day, but by night, she can be found with her Kindle in hand, reading “just one more chapter”.