Unforgiven by Anne Calhoun

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...both of them are such locked-down people that it's hard to get inside their heads and as a result, the reader can feel somewhat detached from them...it made things drag a little for me.
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For as long as he could remember, he wanted her…

Raised by a single mother, Adam Collins resolved to take no chances with a girl’s future—or his own. That’s why, as hard as it was, he resisted everything he felt for Marissa Brooks. Then one night a reckless challenge left a fellow student dead and changed both their lives forever. As penance, Adam took the boy’s place in the Marines, where he could disappear into discipline and duty, and left Marissa behind to struggle with her dreams.

Twelve years later, Adam is back in Walkers Ford to serve as the best man in his friend’s wedding. The years haven’t diminished the electric connection he has with Marissa. But Adam’s mistake continues to haunt him, and Marissa is stumbling under the weight of her family’s legacy. Together they wrestle with demons and dreams, but if there’s any hope for a future together Adam has to not only find a way to forgive himself, but also ask others for forgiveness—especially from the woman whose heart he broke.
 

About Anne Calhoun

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Anne Calhoun did time at Fortune 500 companies on both coasts. After landing in a _yover state, she traded business casual for yoga pants and decided to write down all the lively story ideas that got her through years of monotonous corporate meetings. She lives in Omaha, NE.
 
Published June 4, 2013 by Berkley. 305 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Dabney on Jun 20 2013

I liked this book, but I didn’t love it. Not because it wasn’t an easy read but because Adam and Marissa are so emotionally locked down, I found it hard to connect with them.

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Reviewed by Lynn Spencer on Jul 09 2013

...both of them are such locked-down people that it's hard to get inside their heads and as a result, the reader can feel somewhat detached from them...it made things drag a little for me.

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