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I cried huge tears of sadness and joy reading this book. I love how this book is so gritty and true to life. It was so good I couldn't put it down. Highly recommended
“Sometimes, the journey might not be what we expect, but the destination is that much sweeter, for how hard we had to fight to get there.” - Neil
For me, some of the best books I've ever read are the ones that don't shy away from the realities of life or the battles people face. Unforgivable ticked all the boxes for me and has jumped straight onto my favourites list. I loved this book from start to finish and couldn't put it down. I was sat until 3am reading the remarkable story of Anna and Wesley who allow us to share and experience their journey to finding love and finally being together. However, it's not an easy journey as Isabel Love introduces topics that some readers may struggle with, but Unforgivable isn't a book to be missed!
“So are you, Anna. No one is one hundred percent good or one hundred percent bad. Good people make mistakes and do bad things. Bad people do good things, too. One mistake doesn’t define who you are,” - Wesley
Unforgivable is written from a dual POV, which allows us to fully understand both Anna and Wesley. The book also covers the past, present and future with this couple. Chapter 1 jumps back 14 years from when the prologue is set. It then brings us up to date about what's happened over those 14 years until we get back to the present in chapter 29 before seeing what's in store next for the couple in the remaining chapters. I was able to relate to Anna's story due to things that happened to me personally. Having dealt with similar feelings of guilt and shame, I can honestly say that Isabel Love shows so well the ‘consequences’ of making decisions that you know in your head are right but your heart tells you are wrong. I think reading Unforgivable was therapeutic for me as I feel more at peace with my decisions than I ever have before, so thank you Isabel Love for writing such a beautiful but challenging story about self-forgiveness and love.
‘Our story isn’t simple . Our past is riddled with pain and mistakes. But it brought us to each other. To this very moment.’ - Wesley
After reading Unforgivable, I went straight to Amazon to download Untouchable and Unconventional as we're given excerpts of both at the end of this book and I couldn't wait to read them. Due to Isabel Love being a new author to me, I didn't realise at the time that this was only her third book. Unforgivable is so well written that I assumed she was an author with several books ‘under her belt’. If Isabel Love can already write at this level, then I can't wait to see what she gives us as her amazing talent continues to grow and develop.
*I voluntarily reviewed an advance complimentary copy of this book and all opinions expressed are my own
There's a select group of authors that always manage to surprise me. Each one of their stories brings something new to the table and just completely overtake anything else surrounding me. Ms. Love is one of those. There is no question that she has talent and her writing is unquestionably outstanding. She is simple in delivering her heart-wrenching and consuming stories. Her characters are empathiseable and loveable, even when you don't feel like you will endear to them. Her words are carefully crafted and meticulously chosen to draw you in and give you pause. And in this book, she has achieved all those things and so much more.
Unforgivable was impossible to put down. Even when the story got bleak and broke my heart, I just couldn't stray from it not even for a second. I'd be lying if I said there were times that I didn't struggle, because I did. In a completely good way. I didn't just empathise with the characters, but I felt like I lived their story with them. I felt like I was in their shoes. I felt like I was a part of them.
When I went into this book I was already familiar with the elephant in the room. I already knew Anna's sin and I never in a million years thought that i could grow to understand or love her. I thought that the most that I would feel was pity. I was wrong. I fell in love her at the very beginning. I fell in love with her courage and her heart, and when I saw her struggle through her eyes...I felt ashamed for having loathed her so much in Unconventional. From just that little snapshot I got of her that didn't really show her for who she was. I had judged her before I even knew her reasoning or her heart, and I am so sorry for it. And actually in this book I found myself almost shouting at Charlie (Unconventional) for his attitude and his hate.
I feel that the topics in this book are darker than what I've grown accustomed to from Isabel. I can't fault her followthrough or even the brutality in which she picks apart every little fibre in the fabric of those issues. For me it's what made this book so great. The honesty and the rawness of it made it something extraordinary. You know, people make wrong decisions for the right reasons. People make mistakes and live to regret them. But for me what stood out was that as much as I wanted to berate her for her choices, as much as I wanted to shame her...I couldn't. I couldn't because at the heart of the matter and at the cost of my morals I could understand her reasoning. There were times that I had to question myself and who I was because I had never thought that I could sympathise with something of that nature.
As a friends to lovers and as a brother's best friend romance, this book ticks all the boxes, however it is original and punchy. It is different to every other book I've read within those tropes. This isn't your usual romantic comedy that has those storylines. It is the farthest thing from a Rom Com. Yet, there are moments of unadulterated humour and moments of pure swoon that balance out the darkness. I can't praise this book enough.
Unforgivable is unputdownable, it is risky and it is harsh. Its ability to make you second guess yourself is unnerving and the way in which it disarms you of all your preconceptions is awing. For me, this book is one of the best I have read this year, and I just know that it'll be in my top handful for 2018. This is that book that you can't not read.
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