He breaks the heart of the woman he loves to keep her safe.
Private detective Gavin Redford has a very dangerous enemy intent on revenge. When that criminal threatens the life of any woman he falls in love with, he has no choice but to break up with Natasha Garrett—his best friend’s sister and the woman who means the world to him. No question about it, he’d rather lose her than put her in danger. But he hopes with all his heart that the thug is caught soon, because it’s killing him to watch Natasha move on.
She’s determined to forget the man who rejected her.
Natasha Garrett has only ever been in love once—with her brother’s best friend. Unfortunately, Gavin Redford has decided he doesn’t want her after all. So she will move on and forget about him. Even if her heart and body still yearns for him. Even if her mind cannot stop thinking about him. Because what choice does she have? She cannot make Gavin give his heart to her… or can she?
I never know what to expect from a new author to me, but I’m enthusiastic to tell you Miranda P. Charles is a remarkable writer and this novel demonstrates her talent perfectly in her book The Unforgettable Ex. She has the ability for bringing the reader into the world of her characters, Natasha: a smart, beautiful woman and Gavin: an incredibly, sexy man. As they experience the ups and downs to finding the kind of love that only comes once in a lifetime.
The sensual Natasha Garrett had her heart broken by her brother’s best friend, Gavin Redford. The sex between them was scorching and she really didn’t understand why he called their relationship off except that he still loves his old girlfriend. Uncertainty and devastated feelings has caused tension between them even though they try to stay friends, but what can she to do?
Gavin Redford owner of a private investigation and security consultancy firm is still in love with Natasha Garrett. That isn’t wishful thinking. It’s a fact. The only problem is? He’s being threatened by a notorious criminal, along with any woman he loves and that means Natasha.
I enjoyed reading this book because of my love for suspense, and the sexual tension surrounding them was combustible.