Audiobook review of Unforgiven

May 12, 2015 Audiobook Reviews 1

Audiobook review of Unforgiven

I received this book for free from Audiobook Jukebox, Recorded Books in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Unforgiven by B.J. Daniels
Series: ,
Genres: Romance, Romantic Suspense
Published by Harlequin, Recorded Books Pages: 352
Format: Audiobook
Source: Audiobook Jukebox, Recorded Books

Narrator: Graham Winton
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In Beartooth, Montana, land and family are everything. So when Destry Grant's brother is accused of killing Rylan West's sister, high school sweethearts Destry and Rylan leave their relationship behind in order to help their families recover from tragedy.

Years later, Destry is dedicated to her ranch and making plans for the future. Plans that just might include reuniting with the love of her life…until her brother returns to clear his name and the secrets of the past threaten her one chance at happiness.

Rylan is done denying his feelings for Destry. But when clues begin to link her brush with death to his sister's murder, will discovering the truth finally grant them their chance at love or turn them against one another for good?

Also by this author: Rescue at Cardwell Ranch & Wanted Woman, Wild Horses, Lone Rider, Reunion at Cardwell Ranch

I love B.J. Daniel’s romantic suspense novels and I hate reading a series out of order. I have Mercy which is #5 of this series so I had to snatch up the  first one so I can work my way to that one..lol. I was lucky enough to get this one from audiobook jukebox to review! 🙂  I really enjoyed it.

What I thought of this book.

Rylan hasn’t seen Destry since he left after her brother was accused of killing his sister. They haven’t seen each other in years and when he sees her for the first time since he came back it brought up all sorts of emotions. He is convinced that Carson killed his only sister ad Destry swears he is innocent. Until they can figure things out it will always tear them apart.

Now Carson has come back, and new evidence has been found, but will it free Carson or get him arrested. Destry is determined to find out the truth and Rylan is right there with her. Someone has been spying on Destry and it has Rylan on edge. No matter the circumstances that surround them Rylan knows the only woman he will love is Destry, so hopefully they can figure out how to make it work.

Unforgiven was a great romantic suspense and the author gives you a few characters that look like they could be good suspects while just sort of giving a little nudge to who the real killer is. I kept changing my mind as I thought it was this one, but then wasn’t sure, then I was sure..lol. I love it when I have to keep guessing and can’t get it right off the bat even if I do guess right.

I really loved both Rylan and Destry and their story. How hard would it be to love the sister of the man accused of killing your own sister. Rylan is a sexy cowboy with a huge weight on his shoulders and though he thinks Carson killed his sister he was willing to trust Destry. Destry, is spunky and all around cowgirl and loves ranching. She is loyal and never believes her brother a murderer even when sometimes that small doubt would creep in.

Overall I really enjoyed my first look into the town of Beartooth, Montana and can’t wait to try the next one in the series when I get a chance! If you love romantic suspense then you will like this one!

The Narrator:

Graham Winton is the narrator for Unforgiven and he has a great cowboy voice but it took a little while to get use to him and I would have liked his pace to be a little quicker. I wasn’t able to speed him up cause the CD’s I had wouldn’t let me and I was listening on the computer..lol. Overall though he was fair to listen too.

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