Absolutely Unforgivable was the debut novel of author Tracy Tegan and I absolutely loved it. In fact, I’m still dying to get my hands on the third and final book in the series. The author had made mention of releasing it sometime this year, and I can’t wait.
- Title: Absolutely Unforgivable
- Author: Tracy Tegan
- Genre: Contemporary Romance
- Length: 339 Pages
- Released: May 8, 2013
- My Rating: ♥ 9.8 out of 10 ♥
- Absolutely Unforgivable at Amazon
How do you follow your heart when it feels divided? Stacy Keller had always said no to good-looking guys, until Jeromy wormed his way past her resistances. She discovered that, beneath the handsome facade that had all the other girls chasing him, he was caring and generous. She’d never want to hurt such a kind man. When his job sends him back to Texas, she leaves her native Tulsa to move with him.
If only she hadn’t met Billy Snow, Jeromy’s childhood friend. Her attraction to him feels like water flowing to meet water, a destiny buried deep in her cells. But is it real and lasting? Should she stifle her desire for Billy to save her relationship with Jeromy, the man she thought was perfect for her? While she’s deciding, what does fate have in store for her? She hadn’t known love would hurt so much.
Absolutely Unforgivable revolves around the love triangle of Stacy, her boyfriend Jeromy and his best friend Billy Snow. I have a rule about cheating. There is never an excuse for it and luckily in this book, you don’t have that problem. It handles the issue of the love triangle well, without crossing that line.
Billy Snow is a local rock legend while Jeromy is a businessman and she has to pick between the stability that Jeromy offers and the lust and craziness that Billy brings to the table.
As I’ve said before, there is something about a story that sticks with you. I originally published this review in January of 2015. A year and a half later I still can still remember how I felt when reading this book, both the ups and downs and the one hell of a surprise towards the ending. It’s an emotional roller-coaster but in a good way. It’s a rise you will love every minute of.
When you think of a local band, you think how famous can they really be? But then again once you consider the fact that the story takes place in Houston, Texas the 4th largest city in the US who has almost 7 million people in the great metropolitan area. That’s quite a big potential audience and once you consider that, you start to see how a little, local rock band can get themselves involved in such antics that take place in the book.
Would I read it again? Yes and I have. Would I recommend it to a friend? Yes, I might suggest this book above quite a few others in the same genre. There is just something about the way its written.