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 resistance. 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.
I rated Absolutely Unforgivable with Four Leaves! This book was a quick, fun, and easy read. Beside from a few grammatical errors and a bit of rushing in the story line, the book was well put together. From the very beginning of the book, it was very easy to connect with Stacy. She is a fun girl, who is working her way through school. Being from Tulsa, like Stacy, and a college girl myself, it was fun to put myself in her shoes. When Stacy meets Jeromy, it’s hard not to fall absolutely head over heels for him. He is a perfect gentleman in every way. Stacy and Jeromy move to Houston, Texas and that is where we meet Billy, Jeromy’s childhood best friend. Meeting Billy was another exhilarating part of the book. He is the rock star/musician that every girl would love to date. The book did not go in the direction that I thought it would, and I loved it for that. I always love a good surprise. This book has a ton of ups and downs. I would call it an emotional roller coaster, but it is definitely worth the ride!
About the Author
Tracy Tegan is a member of The Houston Writers Guild. In addition, she has spent the last 17 years as a dot com strategy consultant, and online marketing expert. She has also worked as a professional blogger about relationships, dating and issues pertaining to gender equality