- File Size: 2114 KB
- Print Length: 198 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Willow Winters Publishing LLC (June 19, 2017)
- Publication Date: June 19, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0725MKJG3
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Unforgiven: (Imperfect Duet Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Most often, I can usually tell the direction a story is going to take. Ha! Just when I thought I knew, okay, guessed, in my head, on how part two would be written, author Willow Winters went ahead and turned the tables on me. She’s completely convinced me that I have absolutely no idea what I’m talking about…. in my head… which is clearly why I review books and not write them (clears throat) ….
I was surprised and thrilled about how the author chose to veer off the road a bit, so to speak, and took the road less traveled. A path, one not easily maneuvered and made Mason & Jule’s really work towards their happily ever after.
Did Jules easily forgive the sins of Mason’s past and ride off into the sunset to live happily ever after with him? No, and that’s why I loved this book. She’s left broken for the second time in her life and will do anything to escape the darkness that is Mason….
When Jules leaves Mason, he was left a broken man. A broken man determined to keep the only woman he’s truly loved. He will not take no for answer and takes drastic measures to keep her.
I loved that even though he is the epitome of an alpha male, he was able to show his vulnerable side. One of my favorite lines in this book was when Mason is at his lowest point, so desperate for her that he says to her…. “I need you Jules. Even if it’s not real… Right now, I just need to feel like you love me again.” That line alone gutted me.
Betrayal, acceptance and forgiveness play an integral role in Unforgiven.
Could you forgive and forget the one you love now, if that person was the very reason your past love and happiness was destroyed?
When Jules’ life is in danger and the person or persons Mason suspects are right in front of you, it’s a race against time to protect Jules and take down that very threat! A threat that could very well be one of the worst kinds of betrayal.
There is a boatload of suspense going on in the story. You will find you don’t know who the good guys or the bad guys are….
Even after all is said and done, can these two put the past behind them, focus on the present and hopefully have a future together or will the sins of the past be too much for both of them to bare?
Poetry is still in motion in “Unforgiven”, the conclusion of Mason & Jules’ romance. Unforgiven is a truly captivating ending to this very powerful story. ❤
I voluntarily reviewed and advanced reader copy of this book but I also purchased my own copy.
To me, this book felt a bit darker than the first, but in IMO that is one of Willow Winters talents.
Since becoming aware of what Mason has done, Julia is now a prisoner in the home she shared with Mason, her conflicting emotions between anger and confusion of love are driving her a bit crazy.
While Mason is teetering on the edge of a breakdown himself. These two are about to test the boundaries of their sanities as they dabble on the brink of right and wrong, love and hate, life and death, and the catalysts for most battles truth and lies.
Fantastic storyline! I love books that get me all fired up over characters, and have me thinking about them and the story as a whole later on, like how would I be in this situation... A must read along with the first book Imperfect
Hero, Mason = 5/5
Heroine, Julia = 5/5
Chemistry = 5/5
Sex = 4/5
Plot = 4/5
Mystery = 3/5
Action = 1/5
Darkness = 4/5
Humor = 0/5
POV = dual
Would I recommend this book = yes
Would I re-read this book = yes
Would I read future books by this author = yyes
Unfortunately i didn't like this one as much as the first (IMPERFECT). The heroine's back and forth about hating herself for loving the man that made such a huge impact on her life, got to be quite annoying.
Things do get wrapped up, secrets and past lies are revealed.
A few errors in writing, but nothing major. There is going to be other "duets" in this series. Looks like Jules friend Kat is up next. Ill probably read it.
This is the follow on book from the first book “Imperfect”, which left us on a huge cliff hanger. In this book Mason takes his obsession to whole new level. At times I thought he had really lost it. Jules was scared of him and did everything to try and get away from him. At each turn he came back as her knight in saving armor. Can she really trust him? Mason loves Jules and will do anything to keep her protected. When a hit is put on her life, Mason does not know who to trust and who to turn to. While Jules try to understand the man who she loves and hates at the same time, she also grows a bit more in her characters. At times I thought she was going to be angrier with her deceased husband but she seemed to cast her anger at Mason. Mason’s father was a very interesting character and at times I was confused by what I should believe of him. Mason was struggling with the darkness in himself and I really felt for him. When an incident takes place and puts Jules in a compromising position it is only then that she can understand what Mason has had to endure. Overall this was a fantastic duet and the author did a superb job of tying up all the loose ends and giving us our HEA.
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