Author: Sara Hubbard
Genre: Contemporary Romance
From international bestselling author, Sara Hubbard, comes a contemporary novel about the choices and consequences of a young woman in a cruel city.Beth is a twenty-four-year old woman raised by the mob. She’s never gotten herself into a situation her family couldn’t drag her out. So when those closest to her wind up dead or missing in action she’s left to her own devices, and she quickly realizes how hard it is to survive on her own.Damien is a corpsman coming home from war with the hopes of starting over. He knows what he wants and he’s accustomed to getting it. So when he finds himself falling for a girl stumbling through life—like he once did—he’s determined to help her, whether she wants help or not.
This was part two in the inCapable Series and just like book one, I could not get enough of unForgivable!! I love this writer’s writing style. It’s so smooth and easy to get lost in. If I didn’t have responsibilities such as being a mommy and wife along with working 40+ hours a week I would had this little morsel of a book done in one sitting *heavy sigh*
Damien was such an amazing hero. He was brave and cared for Beth like she was the most precious thing. And to him she was. He has loved her from afar for years and years. And when it was his time to step up and the man Beth needed he didn’t disappoint.
All Beth has ever wanted was to be seen and loved for who she was and not just for her looks. She has been disappointed by men time and time again. So when she meets Damien and he puts the charm on her, she wants to fall for him but due to her track record of finding scum bags she is hesitant to give into her feelings. Don’t worry boys and girls, she gets smart real quick and it made all the difference for her. She was finally able to see what a good man looks like and how easy life can be when you let the right one in.
This book kinda sorta is mixed in with book one’s timeline and overlaps at parts. I want to go back and read inCapable and unForgivable back to back so can get a better transition from one book to the other, as it has been some time since I read book one.
I recommend this book to anyone who’s ever had a crush and didn’t give up on the dream of a happily ever after.