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Book Review – Unforgettable You by Heatherly Bell

Series: Starlight Hill, #4
 Contemporary, Romance
Pages: 286
First Published: December 29, 2015 by Heatherly Bell Books
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A frustrated author recently jilted by her fiancée, Diana wants a life do-over. What she needs is a change of scenery and she just might find that in Starlight Hill. But when Diana is the victim of a fire and rescued by her teenage crush, she’ll be forced to remind her heart frequently that she’s sworn off men. Tough and wild Scott has changed from his days as a love ‘em and leave ‘em type, making it difficult for Diana to remember why she gave up on love in the first place …

Scott is an adrenaline-junkie firefighter with a wild past until a painful mistake changed his life forever. When Diana’s rescue is filmed and goes viral, his first instincts are to protect and fix. There’s something about being around Diana that makes him feel human again, and like he can be the man she believes he is. The kind of man she deserves. But first he’ll have to forgive himself …

Can these two trust each other enough to leave the past behind and find happily ever after in the small town of Starlight Hill?


How would you feel if your ex-boyfriend of six years is getting married to a girl he just met and dumped you like as if six years is just six seconds?! And here’s the catch, you got an invitation to that dang wedding! The nerve of that j*rk eh? Why did I ask? Well, it’s because that’s how Diana’s (female lead) story started. Diana is a creative writing major graduate and a daughter of a bridal shop owner in Los Angeles where she actually works too. But because of what happened, she decided to go to Starlight Hill for a change of scenery and also to prove to her mom that her granny doesn’t need to be put up to a home care. And who would have thought that staying on a small town of Starlight Hill, is where she can find her happiness which ofcourse constitutes to a true love.

This book is so dang good that I even forgot how drained and stressed I am that day while reading it. It started so fun that it erases all of my life troubles and just circle my world around this story. I know, I sounded so cheesy, but I really can’t help it. I love how it was a refreshing read and deym! I even finished it in just, well again, one lying (in bed). Which also turned out an all nighter, haha. (hello there eyebags)

What I also noticed about this book is that it was so properly written. I love the words and phrases the author used here because you can read it without interruptions at all. What I mean is that, she uses very easy to comprehend words that you don’t need to clutch a dictionary with you. And the plot of this story is so brilliant. I haven’t encountered a book that has the same plot with it, so it’s really refreshing to me. The executions of lines and scenes we’re flaw free and it’s not that hard to imagine the story especially its characters. (currently imagining Scott urging me to undress him, haha dirty thoughts)

For its characters, I don’t have any complaints at all. I adore Scott (male lead) and the author also made me fall deeply in love with him! She’s actually the third American author that made me feel this ecstatic towards its main male character. (if you’re a constant reader of my blog, I know you knew who’s the first and the second authors are) And of Diana? Well, what can I say? I just love this girl and I love how witty and bossy she could get. She’s also selfless, strong and you know what I like about her character? She’s not like other female lead that is too perfect. She’s all nice but she also has some flaws, and I really like how realistic it is. I love that both of the characters have their share of dreadful past that they are trying to overcome or should I say forget and move on. And what I also love about this story is that it doesn’t have too many characters that could overwhelm you. I can even proudly say that I know who’s who from who. Isn’t this book so nice?!

This book isn’t just about romance, it also tackle a lot of issues in life especially with family and career. I love how meaty this story is and really provides a lot to its readers. This isn’t just your typical love story, it’s so good that I can’t even describe or convince you how good it is. Well, isn’t my 5-star rating a good evidence at all ? Read this story and be ready to fall in love….hard. And oh, please come back and tell me how it goes with you. *wink

*PS this story is the fourth book of the Starlight Hill series and I have this feeling that the other Turlock brothers (Scott’s brothers) was in it. And I really really want to read them all!

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

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About the Author

Heatherly Bell | Blushing Geek

When early onset stage fright dashed dreams of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame status, Heatherly tackled her first book in 2010, and now the people and voices that occupy her head refuse to leave. She no longer sings unless you count randomly bursting into song to annoy her children (and the dogs).

If she were not an author, Heatherly maintains she would be a detective and a criminal’s worst nightmare. She watches Dateline every Friday night and takes notes.

She lives in northern California with her family, including two beagles, one who can say ‘hello’ and the other who can feel a pea through several pillows.

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