Review: Unforgettable You

Unforgettable You (Silver Springs, #5)

 

 

 

 

Synopsis:

New York Times bestselling author Brenda Novak returns to Silver Springs, where no past mistake is so big the heart can’t find a way to fix it.

Jada Brooks couldn’t have known how her life would change when she fell for bad boy Maddox Richardson back in high school. She couldn’t have known his troubled brother would leave hers forever crippled. Or that she’d be forced to shun Maddox completely–only to discover she was carrying his child.

Although Maddox was devastated by the events that transpired that fateful night, losing Jada was the worst of it. He’s back in Silver Springs, ready to make amends and provide the kind of youth outreach that once saved him. If he’d known Jada was in town, too, he would never have come.

Jada has returned to Silver Springs to be with family after her father’s death. But when she sees Maddox, every tough decision she’s made concerning their now twelve-year-old daughter begins to haunt her. Falling for him again is so tempting, but not only does she stand to alienate her family–if he finds out about Maya, she could lose what matters most.

Rating: 5-stars

Review:

Unforgettable You by Brenda Novak is a powerful story of second chances. Two young people who have made mistakes are now about to see each other after twelve-years. In the time, they had a daughter who is now twelve and the tensions build right back up…only now, there are more risks involved. Losing one person was bad enough, Jada and Maddox may lose again. This time the consequences will be harsher and harder to ignore. Secrets once kept tightly hidden are now bubbling to the surface. Jada has a lot on her plate now as a mother. Her daughter is her whole world. With her love back in Silver Springs, things just got heated.

Brenda Novak created a beautifully told story. I lost myself within the characters. It was completely character driven. Emotionally gripping and heartfelt, Unforgettable You is a memorable book. One that has stolen my heart, soul, and mind. Humor, romance, and forgiveness are deeply entwined in this novel. Making it, the best one yet. Overall, I would recommend this to all who love a good story about family and new beginnings.

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