Title: Unforgettable (Able Series #3)
Author: GiGi Aceves
Release Date: March 19, 2015
Book Tour: March 30 – April 3
Hosted by: SBB Promotions
When two people who love each other desire the same thing, but fear hinders one as longing moves the other.
Which path will they choose?
Will they travel the same road?
Will they say goodbye or start a new beginning?
Will fate decide for them?
Once fate decides, will one have a season of mourning and the other a season of celebration?
Will the different seasons cause them to give up or will it make their hearts move to unforgettable measure?
* A review copy was provided by the author for the Blog Tour *
~ 5 Forever without End Stars ~
What an AMAZING and EMOTIONAL story of love, healing and letting go.
Unforgettable is the third book in Gigi Aceves’s Able series. This book was just as GREAT as the two previous books. Gigi has an amazing talent of creating stories and characters that the reader can completely connect with. She makes the reader feel everything the characters are feeling. Each of Gigi’s books are emotional journeys for the couple involved. This book touched my heart deeply because it hit close to home with me regarding the storyline. I thought that she was able to capture the true feelings and fears of Brian and Tami. I thought she gave an accurate portrayal of the ups and downs a couple go through in their lifetime. She shows us that loving someone isn’t always easy, and that there are going to be many ups and downs, but as long as we have faith, we will get through anything.
This story will definitely tear at your heartstrings. You don’t want to read this book in public or without a box of tissues sitting next to you. But never fret….Gigi may test your patience and break your heart a time or two, but she will always put it back together in the end. Each of the books in the Able series can be read as stand alones, but I wouldn’t recommend that. These books are so interconnected that they truly feel like the characters stories just continue on in each book. Don’t get me wrong, each book has a completed ending, but the characters lives are so woven together that each book continues to tell the story of all the previous characters. Plus you get to know more about Brian and Tami in the first two books. I think that those books will just help enhance the connection you have with them once you get to their book.
Brian and Tami have a pretty big obstacle they face in this book, but I loved watching them figure it out. With the help of their friends and family, and their faith in the Man above, they are able to work through everything. I know I am being vague but you really need to experience this book for yourself. Gigi definitely threw an interesting twist into this story. I am NOT going to say what it is or what it is about, but it is something I have NEVER seen in a book before. To be honest it confused me at first, but once I was done with the story it made more sense to me as to why she did it. I have to give her props for going out on a limb and doing something different 🙂
This book will completely suck you in and not let go until the end. If you are looking for a great love story with a lot of emotion, then this is the book for you. Actually this would be the series to read then!!!! I honestly could go on and on about these books, but I’ll just say…..READ THIS SERIES!!!!! You won’t be sorry.
After growing up in the Philippines, I now live in California with my husband and two girls. My husband survived two bouts of cancer, AML Leukemia and Mucoid Carcinoma; hence, the inspiration for Unbreakable. I thank the good Lord for healing my husband, twice. It can’t get any better than that.
Our oldest, Andrea is a junior in APU. When she looks at my computer, the first thing out of her mouth is “Mom! What are you looking at? Dad!” Our youngest, Allysa is a freshman in high school. The few times she passed by me and looked over my shoulder when I was writing, her reaction was, “Mom! I’m telling dad!” There you have it; I have two double agents in my house. What happened to loyalty?
If my husband is the ying to my yang, Andrea is the Marlin to my Dory while Allysa is the Buzz Lightyear to my Woody. I love the beach, but I hate the sand; I love to travel, but I hate to fly; I love to eat but, I hate gaining weight (all women can relate to this); and so goes my little quirks in life.
Am I crazy? Well, the jury is still out on that one; however, I’d like to think if I can make one person smile with my craziness, it’s all worth it.
I’m known as The Crazy Cat Lady. Am I crazy? Well, the jury is still out on that one, but I’d like to think I can make one person smile with my craziness.