Unforgivable

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A Romantic Suspense by Tina Wainscott Jaime Rush Katie Malloy takes her kitten to be adopted and a mean bully hurts it She goes to Silas to help her get the kitten to the veterinarian Later she gets mad at her mother when she gets in trouble So she sneaks out and stays at a friend s house Then tragedy strikes Fast forward to 18 years later and Katie is now Katie Ferguson She spent years as a foster child and then married the veterinarian that saved her kitten And now Silas has returned.W A Romantic Suspense by Tina Wainscott Jaime Rush Katie Malloy takes her kitten to be adopted and a mean bully hurts it She goes to Silas to help her get the kitten to the veterinarian Later she gets mad at her mother when she gets in trouble So she sneaks out and stays at a friend s house Then tragedy strikes Fast fo
Creepy, creepy, creepy Everyone in this book, even the hero and heroine were a bit creepy Unforgivable defines the stereotype we give of small town USA Everybody knows everybody else, everybody trusts everyone else, and everybody is in EVERYBODY s business Never in a million years would someone from this small community commit the horrible acts that are happening right under their noses And if it is one of them, well it must be the outsider Unforgivable was a great combo of eerie suspe Creepy, creepy, creepy Everyone in this book, even the hero and heroine were a bit creepy Unforgivable defines the stereotype we give of small town USA Everybody knows everybody else, everybody trusts everyone else, and everybody is in EVERYBODY s business Never in a million years would someone from this small community commit th
Grabbed me from the start kept me on the edge of my seat Loved this book so much I will be readingof her books One of the main characters is just creepy or the book would have even been better Everyone that I recommended this book to liked it. So i read Unforgivable within 24 hours I finished it this morning..and OH WOW That is all i can say If you ask my hubby what I was doing while reading, he d say it was, well it was like I was watching a football game, i guess lol.I was on the edge of my seat, and
UNFORGIVABLE is a story that is hard to explain and really hard to review because while I enjoyed it, it might not be the kind of book that others will like It starts with Katie Malloy as a young girl She is trying to save a kitten that was hurt by an older boy from town She needs to get him to a vet and Silas Koole comes to her rescue Both considered white trash , they come from dysfunctional homes The kitten is fixed by a kindly young veterinarian and the story flash forwards to the pres UNFORGIVABLE is a story that is hard to explain and really hard to review because while I enjoyed it, it might not be the kind of book that others will like It starts with Katie Malloy as a young girl She is trying to save a kitten that was hurt by an older boy from town She needs to get him to a vet and Silas Koole comes to her rescue Both considered white trash , they come from dysfunctional homes The kitten is fixed by a kindly young veterinarian and the story flash forwards t
Overall, I enjoyed the book It has a creepy husband, small town gossip and a swoon worthy lost love My main issue with the book was that it had so much foreshadowing, that if you pay close attention, you will have all of the twists figured out long before the end of the book reveals Even knowing I had pretty much figured everything out way ahead of time, didn t take away from my enjoyment though.At first, I was angered by Katie and her subordinate behavior But when I reminded myself that s Overall, I enjoyed the book It has a creepy husband, small town gossip and a swoon worthy lost love My main issue with the book was
This book had you interested form the begining I was so courious as to who Katie would end up with that I skipped to the end to find out Okay, so now you are thinking that this spoiled the book for me to read Not at all, I still enjoyed how the story was brought about and the twists and turns I didn t know about Gary was a shocker for me, I just thought he was a cop that wanted to throw his weight around Just goes to show you how you never really know the people you live with, or are around This book had you interested form the begining I was so courious as to who Katie would end up with that I skipped to the end to find out Okay, so now you are thinking that this spoiled the book for me to read Not at a
WOW this book was remarkable even i couldn t decide who the killer was i kept changing my mind who it was This book kept me gripped all the way thought i have read a few books by this author now and i have loved them all i will definitely be reading