Thursday, July 24, 2014

Review: Unforgiven by Elizabeth Finn

A mistake made long ago…

Pain buried so deep…

When Bailey Trent returns home to her small little Ozark mountain town after being away for nearly six years, she knows she’ll face the ghosts of her past. It does not mean she’s prepared to come face to face with the cruelest of those memories.

Darren Cory’s life is a shell of what it once was, and when he’s forced to endure the cause of his agony, hatred abounds quickly. But hating Bailey destroys him too.

Can Darren find a way to move past the pain and forgive the woman he once cared so much for before his anger consumes them both? Or will he drag them into the hell of an unforgiven past.

Hatred comes quickly, while forgiveness takes time to give. This is the case with Darren as he struggles to work through his mixture of confusing emotions towards Bailey - the woman he is supposed to intrinsically hate for her reckless driving which led to his sister's death, but at the same time he cannot suppress his romantic intentions towards her. Both main characters were equally flawed in different areas, but they ultimately show that love can prevail if you are prepared to forgive the past, fight for the other person and together pave a path for a brighter future. Unique plot, broken characters, a chance for redemption and love.


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