Companion novel to "Unbreakable" & "Undone" and is the final book in the Unbreakable series -- This is Lindsay and Matt's story.
Lindsay Christianson seemingly has it all—the perfect career, the perfect boyfriend, and the best-laid plans for a perfect life—until one phone call changes everything.
With a moments notice, Lindsay must choose between her perfect life and her professional dreams. The choice momentarily seems clear when the opportunity to propel her career abruptly sends her across the country, leaving everything she loves behind in North Carolina.
Navigating a new city with a broken heart and a job where her colleagues will do anything to sabotage her success, the pressure quickly becomes too great. When old habits resurface, Lindsay finds herself chasing demons she thought were long since buried.
With pain and destruction left in her wake, will Lindsay find a way to erase the damage she’s done, or will her sins remain unforgiven?
**This book is a Contemporary Romance and contains mature subject matter. It is not intended for those under 17 years of age.**
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It's been a long time since I indulged in reading a good love story. It was simple yet heart warming. I loved the great ending, especially since they were topics that are so real and part of everyday lives. Loved it!
Love This Series
All three books were absolutely WONDERFUL!!! I found myself giggling, crying and honestly feeling the struggles of the characters. With each book the stories only got better! You definitely want to read all three books!
A perfect conclusion to this series
The book is tackles the relationship between Lindsay and Matt. Though the two start off in a happy place, that is soon broken by Lindsay quick decision to take a job across the country. Hurt and angry, Matt leaves ending their relationship, but not ending the love between the two. As their story flips back and forth between the two, you see how each is coping with the split. However, it is Lindsay that takes it to a whole new level. After soon realizing that she made the wrong decision, she falls back into self-destructive patterns. It is these actions that become the real turning point for her and the book. Lindsay must set out to see if she can in fact be forgiven for her actions and if she will have her Happily Ever After.
Unforgiven exceeded my expectations and I truly believe that Rebecca gave readers a perfect conclusion to this series. The book is more than emotional and raw. It tackles real issues that are relatable to the reader. What I love most is that the author doesn’t shy away from showing the affect that decisions and actions take upon the person making them. Not only that, she allows the reader to see what those actions do to the people who love them. Rebecca has a gift for getting inside her characters heads and really allowing them grow and learn about themselves throughout the book. Simply stated. This is a must read book for Romance readers, New Adult readers, and anyone who likes a story about real people, flaws and all.