REVIEW - UNFORGETTABLE (Undescribable #4) by Shantel Tessier


My name is Tate. And all my life I have kept secrets. The type of secrets that haunt your dreams at night. I wake up hating the world, and I go to sleep knowing that the memories of my past will visit me-reminding me that I once was weak and a coward. I'll never be that person again.
But there is one person who has made me think there may be more to life than hatred and revenge. Missy fills me with hope. But hope is what makes you weak, makes you think you can be better, and it's a lie.
A man like me deserves to be alone forever because one day, I will come face to face with my past, and I will destroy it. Even if that means destroying myself in the process.
But what I didn't know was that she has nightmares of her own-because of me. For the first time in my life, I want to save someone. But how can I save her when I can't even save myself?

UNFORGETTABLE (Undescribable #4) by Shantel Tessier
My Rating 3 out of 5
I was very intrigued with Tate in the previous book and I really wanted to see him and Missy together......or so I thought.

Let's just get to it, shall we. I remember Tate being broody not bipolar. It's understandable that Missy was pissed off with Tate for what happened in Vegas and the fallout afterwards. And it's understandable that Tate feels guilty about what he did, because he loves her but feels he doesn't deserve her. But one year later and they still can't get it together?

Tate and Missy argue, cry, break shit, argue some more, cry some more, break some more shit. WTF!! I got whiplash with the goings-on between him and Missy. Tate's past was the "elephant in the room" in this book. His problems are embedded too deeply for me to really like him. It's a shame because the Sex was Hot but I couldn't get into it (LOL) because I was still mad at Tate.

Missy, OMG..... was killing me.......walk away already!!  Stand by Your Man....... REALLY?? I don't know. Predictable plot, even though it took awhile to get to it and a little trickery at the end (I liked that) and there is a HEA. Not my favorite of the series but it contains some answers and closure for things mentioned in the previous book.