Shep and his romance with Hannah were indeed unforgettable and it was a pleasure to read their story.
Shep and Hannah’s summer romance proved to be more than just a fling, in more ways than one. It left a strong mark on both of them and neither is capable to ever really forget what they’d shared that summer long ago. When they again meet thirteen years later, their chemistry is still there although Hannah tries to fight it at all cost. But Shep is unrelenting. He wants her back and he’ll do anything to keep her this time. This was a characteristic that made me really like Shep.
Hannah, too, was an intriguing character and I could identify with her cautiousness when it came to Shep. She’d been burned before and she didn’t want a repeat of that. But her reluctance to tell him the truth about the events from thirteen years ago annoyed me because she had no good reason to keep it from him. But all that was forgiven when she realized she was prepared to give up her life to stay with Shep.
The emotional development of the characters is intense and will keep you invested in their story even though the pace slumps in the second half of the novel. Although this book is part of a series, it can easily be read as a standalone, but the rest of the characters made me want to read their stories too.
The wealth of emotions in Unforgettable will make you feel with the characters and root for their happy ending.
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