Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Review: Unforgettable (Forehead Kisses #5) by Abby Reynolds

Unforgettable (Forehead Kisses #5)Unforgettable by Abby Reynolds
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Book 5 in the Forehead Kisses series was a really quick and good read. This book was the conclusion to the Scotty and Livia storyline. In Book 4 we learned that Livia was hiding a traumatic event in her past and that Scotty had fallen for her after years of just hooking up with random girls and essentially being a man whore. In Unforgettable we find them learning to trust one another and being truthful about their lives.

What was great in this book is that Livia who was really closed off from people finally tells the truth about what happened to her in her life that changed her. She opens up to Scotty, her boyfriend, and Ash, her brother. It felt like it helped them understand her and her closed off nature a lot better.

This book was intense in the sense it covers heavy topics. Especially that of abusing a person in the worst way. I don't want to say to not be spoilery, but this book had a powerful message, of how important it is to not let traumatic events define you and to rise above them to appreciate the little things in life that make it great.

Scotty and Livia did get really hot and heavy in this book. It gets steamy. But overall, what I love about this couple is how sweet and considerate they are of each others feelings.

I'm looking forward to reading Ash's story in book 6 and 7 in this series. He is a really good brother to Livia but he does act recklessly in his personal life. With that being said, I look forward to seeing him mature and trying to be a better man. He seems to think very badly of all people even though he parties and drinks a lot and sleeps around. I wonder what is lying underneath. And for those fans of the Vampire Academy and Bloodline series by Richelle Mead, Ash reminds me of a non supernatural Adrian Ivashkov.

Rating: 4/5

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6 comments:

  1. I'm glad that this series is still gong strong for you Jennifer and that there was so much character growth in this book. I hope your good run continues with the rest of these books. Great review! :)

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  2. Great that you got to "see" this couple finally opening up and getting their happiness. Wonderful review, Jennifer! :)

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  3. Glad you have really enjoyed this series. I do enjoy a book that leaves a powerful message and isn't shy on heavy subjects. Might have to check this series out!

    Wonderful review :)

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    1. Definitely.
      And thanks so much :)

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