Release Day Blitz + Review + Excerpt: Unforgivable by Isabel Love

Title: Unforgivable
Author: Isabel Love
Genre: New Adult Romance
Release Date: April 26, 2018


There are certain things that are unforgivable…

Falling for your brother’s best friend is one of them.

That isn’t the worst thing I’ve done, though.

Not even close. 

Shame and guilt follow me everywhere.

Except when I’m with him.

With him, I can breathe again.

Smile again. Love again.

But he has no idea what I've done...

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There's two side of a story and Unforgivable shows exactly that you shouldn't believe what you think you know. I read all of Isabel's books and Unconventional is my favorite. I judged Anna. I didn't specifically want her story, yet Isabel gave it to her readers and I didn't think she could be redeem… I was wrong.

Anna & Wesley's story is not what I expected. Not at all. I couldn’t imagine how tangled their relation was and how well they knew each other when I first met them in Unconventional. I couldn’t imagine for one bit Charlie was just the type of the iceberg in an already complex and captivating story.

If you want to read Unforgivable as a stand alone, I would say go for it. There’s a tale behind this book but you don’t have to know it in order to appreciate Anna & Wes.

I loved how the author gave us a detailed story from how they met to how they finally get together. From friends to lovers with so many ties in between, Anna & Wes were meant to be together but unfortunately life and unfortunate decisions got in the way multiple times.

The first two books written by Isabel Love showed us she can set our kindle on fire. With Unforgivable she shows us how beautiful and sweet her prose can be when you let your heart speak.
Because yes, Wes & Anna together comes from the heart, it comes from a place where nothing is perfect and everything is a battle. I felt so many emotions while reading and I often thought how it was unfair to fight so much for a piece of happiness. These two should have been together long before they actually did but protectiveness and awareness prevent it. Guilt and shame were stronger than feelings. I wanted to set Anna’s free so many times because she thought she had to keep her secret for so long and she couldn’t see how much support she could have had all along. Parts of this story are sad. It raises questions, it approaches subject I don’t see often in books.

The end was surprising. I don’t want to say more. The end put me a smile on my face and it gave me the closure I needed. So Isabel, thank you

~I voluntary read a copy of the book provided by the author ~


“Would you mind keeping this piece steady while I attach it?” he asks, interrupting my reverie.
“No problem.” I take my position opposite him, holding the piece of trim in place against the dresser as he drills screws into the underside so that they remain hidden from view. It’s like magic.
I study him as he works.
He tilts his head this way and that to make sure the piece is level before he starts. Then, he lifts the drill, and taut muscles shine with sweat as he drives each screw into the boards with purpose. His forearms flex and jump with every movement. And his tattoo calls my eye to follow the bumps and dips of his biceps and triceps.
Wesley Scott is a perfectly sculpted specimen of man. He’s strong. Confident. Capable.
He catches me staring and winks, rewarding me with his rare, crooked grin. I feel myself flush as I quickly look away, totally busted.
No, I don’t mind helping him one bit.

Author Bio

Isabel Love is a hopeless romantic. She loves reading about two people falling in love, overcoming whatever obstacles they may face, and finding their happily ever after. A husband, two kids, and a full-time job keep her busy by day, but by night, she can be found with her Kindle in hand, reading “just one more chapter”.

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