August 21, 2017

Review: Unforgettable by Ann Christopher

Review: Unforgettable by Ann ChristopherUnforgettable by Ann Christopher
Series: Journey's End #5
Published by Blue Iris Press on June 26th 2017
Genres: African American, Contemporary, Contemporary Women, Fiction, Multicultural & Interracial, Romance
Pages: 310
Format: eBook
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five-stars

Five brothers. One small town. Journey’s End. Do you believe in second chances at happiness for lost loves? Prodigal son Daniel Harper doesn’t. His only goals upon returning to Journey’s End after fourteen years? To run his family’s winery and get his college girlfriend, beautiful Zoya Thomas, out of his head forever. Zoya’s only goal? To avoid sexy Daniel like the plague. What happens when these two run into each other at a wedding? Come to small-town Journey’s End and find out… If you love emotional contemporary romances that are steamy and emotional, pick up Unforgettable today! “Ann Christopher gets it right every time. Emotional, page-turning reads and characters that stay with you long after you close the book.” —Lori Foster, New York Times Bestselling Author “Ann Christopher’s gift with words will leave you captivated and breathless.” —Brenda Jackson, New York Times & USA TODAY  Bestselling Author

Daniel Harper and Zoya Thomas prove that sometimes there’s a love that’s simply Unforgettable, in Ann Christopher’s latest novel. I have been waiting on these two’s story for what seems like forever and so I was very excited when I saw this book was now available.

Daniel and Zoya were college sweethearts but hadn’t seen each other in fourteen years until Daniel, deemed the prodigal son, returns home. Returning to the small town of Journey’s End isn’t something that Daniel is doing with much enthusiasm. He ran away from home to not only escape his never pleased father and Zoya but demons that he hasn’t quite been ready to acknowledge.

The chemistry between Daniel and Zoya was off the charts. The heat, hate, and anguish between them was so palpable that I felt their emotions clear as day. While we knew that reconciliation was inevitable, I liked that it was a slow build. We clearly saw them struggle with their emotion, confront the past, and go on the journey to not repairing what was lost but trying to start anew. While readers may think we knew why they broke up in the beginning, it’s not what it seems and once we dig deeper we are reminded how a lack of communication can destroy a relationship.

There are no complaints from me after reading this book. A sucker for a nuanced second chance romance, Unforgettable is definitely my favorite from this series thus far.

I cannot wait for the other love stories that will take place in Journey’s End. Isaac! Baptiste! Sean! I thought we may leaving the Harper family soon since Isaac was the last brother left single but I have been proven wrong .With the emergence of new characters in this book that we’re in for quite a treat.

five-stars

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Natalya

Natalya is an Account Manager by day and an editor and author's assistant to passionate creatives by night. When she is not adding to her enormous book collection or stationery supply, she is catching up on her favorite television shows.

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