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4.0 out of 5 stars Unforgettable four star, 9 April 2014
This review is from: Unforgettable Kiss (Kindle Edition)
If I ran into a movie star I'd be like Meghan and have no idea, unfortunately I don't play golf so it's unlikely I'll ever meet my very own Eric Nolan, but isn't it nice to dream. After all that's what books are for to whisk us away from our own lives.
The tragedy of losing a child is not something you get over quickly or simply forget, but for Meghan it's meant locking her emotions up and throwing away the key, and she can do this very easily until Eric comes into her life, now all of a sudden she is feeling again, and she isn't sure whether she wants to or not.
Eric hasn't met anyone like Meghan for so long, someone who sees him for who he is, not what he does but the man not the movie star. I fell for him too not because he was a movie star but because of his love, patience and sincerity that come through with everything he does for Meghan, meeting someone who loves like that makes them a star whether they are in movies or not.
Paige and Michael as Meghan's best friends are having their share of difficulties there is a quote that I found incredibly interesting "The article described Meghan and Paige has two young beautiful happy successful women. It also mentioned they were the envy of most of the women in town. Meghan laughed when Paige read the article to her and said, “It’s a good thing they really don’t know our secrets. We wouldn’t be the envy then.”" How true this is the grass always looks greener but do we really know what the people we are envying are going through.
The story is very good, gets stuck in a few places but moves out of them and on very quickly. The characters are believable and likeable, I loved the friendship between Meghan and Paige, and the way the relationship between Meghan and Eric progressed, it was a natural flow, that lead to the conclusion.
I received a free copy for an honest review.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Expect the Unexpected, 6 Jan 2014
This review is from: Unforgettable Kiss (Kindle Edition)
Great stories are character driven. We have to get to know, like, admire and understand the main character in a book in order to enjoy travelling with them on their journey. Angela Ford achieves this by inviting us into the life of Meghan Eden at the worst time, immediately after the death of her son in a terrible crash in a car driven by her inebriated husband. It destroys the marriage. Her husband is jailed and Meghan throws herself into the health spa she runs with her parter, Paige, whose life in some ways mirrors her own. Paige has suffered a miscarriage and has broken up with her husband. Is love possible or is it just a dream, a fantasy? This is what Meghan asks herself.

Meghan's one pleasure is the fresh air and exercise she gets playing golf. There are moments when she is playing, just snatches of time, when the the past recedes and she lives for a few seconds in the present. At a business seminar at a golf resort in Arizona she is paired with Eric Nolan - handsome, a real gent, there is a moment when they kiss and she begins to wonder if she can ever leave her sad memories behind and find happiness again.

Eric Nolan is in fact a well-known Hollywood actor - well-known by all except her, which he finds oddly refreshing and draws him closer to Meghan. Can they make a life together? While Meghan considers this faint hope, her ex-husband is released from jail without her knowledge. He believes his has some scores to settle, a twist in the story's tail that was unexpected and drives Unforgettable Kiss to an ending that we may have expected but not in the way we expected it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable feel good romance, 4 Jan 2014
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This review is from: Unforgettable Kiss (Kindle Edition)
Angela Ford has written a fast paced story, yet one that slowly builds up things naturally. A book that was hard to put down.
I got drawn into the main character, Meghan, and her world from the first page and I think that the reader can identify themselves with Meghan and why she has built a wall around her heart. She has lost her son in a car accident whilst her husband was drunk and driving, so she sworn never to see him, nor love any man again to protect her heart from breaking again.

When she meets the handsome Eric Nolan, a Hollywood actor-although his films and fame are unknown to her- for a game of golf, it all changes and the real struggle for Meghan begins when their first kiss is 'unforgettable' for both of them. He is in every way perfect, a true gentleman, patient and both loving, romantic and passionate when the time is there. How can Meghan not fall for him? But the big question is can she truly open her heart to him beyond the physical intimacy?
And what if her past still haunts her?

This is also the story of her business partner, Paige and her estranged husband Michael and their problems after their miscarriage. But also of Meghan's and Paige friendship over the years and how they stood by one another.

A well written, well recommended read!

Natasja Hellenthal, Author of 'Call Off The Search'
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