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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Unforgiven by Sarah Ballance

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Synopsis: Riley Beckett's past just came back to haunt her . . . and this time, he's got a gun.
When Gage Lawton finds his brother shot dead on his back porch, every shred of evidence points to one person: Gage's former lover, Riley. He and she didn't part ways on good terms, and he's not planning to rekindle anything now--not when he's got a revolver pointed at her head and a finger on the trigger.

A year after Riley swore she and Gage were over, he returns in a hail of gunfire. One look into those achingly familiar blue eyes and she knows how wrong she was to let him go, but now far more than their heated past stands in the way. A twist of fate puts them in the crosshairs of a killer, leaving Riley with two slim options: trust her greatest betrayer or face a murderer on her own.

Review: Unforgiven is a wonderfully written romance/mystery novel by Sarah Ballance. I read it in about one sitting and I thoroughly enjoyed it from beginning to end. Ballance has a wonderful way with words and she does an amazing job of building up the suspense in the novel. She kept me on edge and by the end of the novel I was still genuinely surprised to discover who the killer was. I loved Riley and Gage's characters, they balance each other out and the chemistry between them is definitely hot. I was to see that Riley's character didn't play your average damsel in distress. Although Gage was there to protect her through out the novel, it was obvious that Riley was strong and cunning enough on her own. Overall I highly recommend this book, it was great!





Available on: B&N.com & Amazon.com
Format: eBook
Source: submitted for review by author.

Status: READ
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My reviews are my honest opinion. I am in no way paid for my thoughts. Each book I review is either a review copy (ARC) given to me by the publisher or author or a copy I've purchased on my own.




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