Unforgettable (Cloverleigh Farms, #5)
Back then, I had it all.Wicked fastball. Killer instinct. Cocky grin. Full package. (And believe me, I knew how to score.)My senior year, I was a first round draft pick with a two-million-dollar signing bonus. Before I could even legally buy myself a beer, I made my Major League debut. Point is, I was invincible.Until one day I wasn’t.After tanking my career—during the World Series, no less—the last thing I want to do is return to my hometown, where every jerk in a ball cap has an opinion about what went wrong with my arm. So when my sister drags me back to town for her wedding, I vow to get in and out of there as quickly as possible. Then I run into April Sawyer.In high school we were just friends, but I’d always wanted her, and I’d never forgotten her—the red hair, the incredible smile, the crazy, reckless thing we did in the back of my truck the night we said goodbye. It’s been eighteen years, but one look at her and I feel like my old self again. I can still make her laugh, she can still take me down a notch, and when the chemistry between us explodes, it’s even hotter this time around—and I don’t want it to end.But just when I think I’m ready to let go of the past and get back in the game, life throws me a curveball I never saw coming.Don't miss the final book in the Cloverleigh Farms series!

Unforgettable (Cloverleigh Farms, #5) Details

TitleUnforgettable (Cloverleigh Farms, #5)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseMay 4th, 2020
Rating
GenreRomance, Contemporary Romance, Sports Romance, Sports

Unforgettable (Cloverleigh Farms, #5) Review

  • Melanie Harlow
    January 1, 1970
    ☘ PREORDER NOW ☘In high school we were just friends, but Id always wanted her, and Id never forgotten herthe red hair, the incredible smile, the crazy, reckless thing we did in the back of my truck the night we said goodbye. Its been eighteen years, but one look at her and I feel like my old self again. I can still make her laugh, she can still take me down a notch, and when the chemistry between us explodes, its even hotter this time aroundand I dont want it to end.But just when I think Im ☘️ PREORDER NOW ☘️In high school we were just friends, but I’d always wanted her, and I’d never forgotten her—the red hair, the incredible smile, the crazy, reckless thing we did in the back of my truck the night we said goodbye. It’s been eighteen years, but one look at her and I feel like my old self again. I can still make her laugh, she can still take me down a notch, and when the chemistry between us explodes, it’s even hotter this time around—and I don’t want it to end.But just when I think I’m ready to let go of the past and get back in the game, life throws me a curveball I never saw coming.If you are looking for...➜ Small town love story➜ Second chance romance➜ Sports Hero➜ Standalone➜ All the feels + serious heat...Then Unforgettable is for you!☘️ Preorder UNFORGETTABLE today! ☘️✦ Amazon → https://harlow.pub/Unforgettable-amazon✦ Amazon International → http://mybook.to/unforgettablemhVisit my website → https://harlow.pub/UnforgettableREAD CHAPTER ONE of Unforgettable here → https://harlow.pub/Unforgettable-chap...
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  • Bookgasms Book Blog
    January 1, 1970
    AHHH!!! I swear Melanie Harlow's stories are like coming home for me. I have loved the Cloverleigh Farms series since book one and finally getting April's story is just icing on the cake. I knew it would equally gut me and make me swoon but seeing her and Tyler together, their past and their present just rocked me to my core. I loved their passion and their emotional connection and could not get enough of their beautiful love story!! Harlow did it again!Gah!! Tyler Shaw was everything I love in AHHH!!! I swear Melanie Harlow's stories are like coming home for me. I have loved the Cloverleigh Farms series since book one and finally getting April's story is just icing on the cake. I knew it would equally gut me and make me swoon but seeing her and Tyler together, their past and their present just rocked me to my core. I loved their passion and their emotional connection and could not get enough of their beautiful love story!! Harlow did it again!Gah!! Tyler Shaw was everything I love in my book heroes and then some. He was grumpy, cocky and arrogant but also with a heart of gold. And April Sawyer was the kryptonite that flayed him. There is just something about the way Harlow pens second chance romances. I felt the draw and attraction between them right away down to the depths of my heart. I equally rooted for and wept for them and what they went through in the past but could not love them more. Both Tyler and April not only had to face their pasts before even thinking about their future, but they needed to reconcile the issues within themselves. This beautiful story touched me like only a Melanie Harlow story can. It was sexy, emotional, poignant and filled to the brim with the sexy chemistry and banter I live for. This was another gold star hit in this incredible series! Bravo! 5 stars! ~Ratula ***Sweet lord, Unforgettable certainly ended the fantastic Cloverleigh Farms series with one hell of a bang! From the start, I knew April’s story would be the one that broke me—and it was, when I needed tissues at about 10%! I loved how April grew in strength and love of her family and herself throughout the series, but not more than when she finally admitted her past and confronted it too. I loved April’s resiliency and ability to finally forgive herself for decisions she made when she was a teenager. And for keeping her secret from her sisters. And, wowza, did I love April together with Tyler Shaw. Tyler’s got his own cross to bear too. He’s the town baseball star who can no longer play. His whole self-worth is tied up in playing ball—at least in his own mind. And it’s April who finally helps him realize he has much more to offer than being known for choking on the mound in the World Series.I loved seeing April and Tyler fall in love—for real this time around. To finally give into what they both thought were unrequited feelings. Their attraction to each other—even after eighteen years—hadn’t lessened and I loved their passion and deep-rooted connection.Unforgettable is truly a second-chance story. Second chance to make things right. Second chance to make a different choice. Second chance to share secrets. Second chance to find love and live the life that’s finally within grasping distance. And be sure to have some tissues handy—you’ll need them! ~ Missy, 5 stars
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  • Elle's Book Blog
    January 1, 1970
    Release Date: May 4, 2020 Actual Rating: 4 stars Friends to Lovers | Second Chance Romance I am so bummed that this is the final book in the Cloverleigh Farms series. This entire series makes up some of my favorite books over the past few years and knowing I wont be getting another one makes me so sad. Dont get me wrong, Im excited to see what she brings us next, but I have sentimental feelings for each of these novels. Sigh Unforgettable is the 5th and final book in the series. This one Release Date: May 4, 2020 Actual Rating: 4 stars Friends to Lovers | Second Chance Romance I am so bummed that this is the final book in the Cloverleigh Farms series. This entire series makes up some of my favorite books over the past few years and knowing I won’t be getting another one makes me so sad. Don’t get me wrong, I’m excited to see what she brings us next, but I have sentimental feelings for each of these novels. Sigh… Unforgettable is the 5th and final book in the series. This one features April, one of the 5 sisters within the series (each have their own book) and an old friend (and one-time lover), Tyler. April and Tyler haven’t seen each other in 18 years. But when they reconnect at his sister’s wedding old memories surface and the two are forced to face old feelings and traumas that link them together. Melanie does a wonderful job at weaving a story about two emotionally unavailable people, both who suffer differently but can connect on their feelings because they may be similar than one would originally think. Tyler is a wounded hero; he used to play ball but can no longer do so because of an arm injury, and April is an emotionally wounded woman who suffers from past transgressions. Can the two come together again and build more memories that will this time last a lifetime? You’ll find out in Unforgettable. Once again, Melanie Harlow delivers an emotional and sweet tale of two people who belong together. She writes her characters with relatable characteristics and uses care when it comes to the issues they are facing. I am so glad to have read, loved, and enjoyed each one of these stories and hope she’ll write something similar in the near future. I highly recommend this one!
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  • MELISSA *Mel Reader*
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 Stars!(ARC provided by author)-Something about being here feels right to me, and I havent felt that in a long time. Tyler Shaw was a high school baseball star and a first round draft pick who skyrocketed to fame making millions as a MLB pitcher. He was invincible until he wasnt. One moment at the word series shatters all his dreams. One minute hes on top of the world, and in the next minute, its all gone, and he goes from feeling like a winner to feeling like an embarrassment. Baseball was 4.5 Stars!(ARC provided by author)-“Something about being here feels right to me, and I haven’t felt that in a long time.” Tyler Shaw was a high school baseball star and a first round draft pick who skyrocketed to fame making millions as a MLB pitcher. He was invincible until he wasn’t. One moment at the word series shatters all his dreams. One minute he’s on top of the world, and in the next minute, it’s all gone, and he goes from feeling like a winner to feeling like an embarrassment. Baseball was his life, and his destiny. He was never more himself than when he was on the field. With his confidence and career shot, he didn’t know what to do with the rest of his life. Without baseball he didn’t know who he was. He’s now a reclusive loner in California who prefers to be at his cabin in the mountains hiding out and brooding. Then his little sister calls and summons him to come back to their hometown in northern Michigan because she’s getting married. He isn’t thrilled about it, but Sadie is the only family he has left. He’s determined to get back home to San Diego as soon as possible, but then he runs into April Sawyer and things take a detour. She was a high school friend he’d always wanted and never forgotten. He hasn’t seen her in eighteen years, but one look at her, and he feels like he’s a teenager again. She familiar and feels like home. She makes him laugh, and tells it like it is. As they reconnect he feels comfort in the fact that he can be himself with her. Will she give him hope for the future, or will life throw him another curveball? April Sawyer is the second oldest of the five Sawyer sisters. She’s an event planner at their family owned business Cloverleigh Farms. She loves her job, but feels like she has an unfinished chapter in her life, and wants to work on herself. She has regrets, and struggles from her past, and wants to get married and have a family someday. She wants to find her person like her sister’s have. Then she crosses paths with Tyler Shaw. She hasn’t seen him since they graduated high school, but he’s still just as gorgeous as she remembers. Things heat up between them as they rediscover their chemistry. The emotional connection that had always been there is just as strong, and being with him felt easy. She quickly realizes this beautiful man matters to her, but will he be able to give her the happily ever after she deserves? Unforgettable by Melanie Harlow is the fifth and final book in the Cloverleigh Farms series. April and Tyler’s story is a heartwarming, emotional, friends to lovers, second chance, sports romance that will capture your heart. It’s the perfect ending to an amazing series!!! ***NOW AVAILABLE***https://amzn.to/3bXE02B
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  • Jo - •.★Reading Is My Bliss★.•
    January 1, 1970
    April and Tyler were friends as teenagers and she often helped him out with his schoolwork but there was never anything romantic between them. There was definitely a mutual attraction but he was a talented baseball player and completely focused on going to college and being drafted. Tyler lived a very disciplined life when he realised his passion for playing baseball was going to lead to a career. The night before Tyler heads to college he spends it with April, one thing leads to another and he April and Tyler were friends as teenagers and she often helped him out with his schoolwork but there was never anything romantic between them. There was definitely a mutual attraction but he was a talented baseball player and completely focused on going to college and being drafted. Tyler lived a very disciplined life when he realised his passion for playing baseball was going to lead to a career. The night before Tyler heads to college he spends it with April, one thing leads to another and he ends up doing things with April he’d been fantasising about. Eighteen years later and April is working as the events coordinator for her family business, Cloverleigh Farms and is single. Truth be told she is at the point in her life where she would dearly love to meet some, settle down and have a family. All of her sisters have found love in the past couple of years and she really wants that too. Tyler has just recently retired from baseball. He has had an amazing, successful pitching career and then one day it all just ended. Things just didn’t click anymore and after trying everything he could to turn things around, he retired and secluded himself away from the world. Now his sister Sadie is getting married and he is returning to his hometown for her special day. April is planning Sadie’s wedding and is really happy to see Tyler again. Damn that man has gotten even more handsome with age. It is great to catch up with her and remember all the fun times they had together. For him, it’s nice to be around someone who isn’t pestering him about what went wrong with baseball and he can just be himself. The more time they spend together he begins to question what he really wants for the rest of his life. Tyler had been feeling like his life was over but being with April is showing him that life has only really just begun. After being so focused on his career for so long, he had lost the feeling of contentment. Being happy, comfortable and just enjoying each day without the added pressure of his career is something he is getting used to. He is beginning to envision a completely different future for both of them. Real life means that not every day will be smooth and when things get tough again Tyler’s insecurities lead him away from April. However, once he is alone he realises that she is truly unforgettable to him in every way and it takes him being away from her to realise it.This is the fifth story in the Cloverleigh Farms and it was loving getting glimpses of the lives of the characters from the previous books
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  • Wendy'sThoughts
    January 1, 1970
    5 Grown-Up Love Stars* * * * * There is something to be said when a successful series comes to an end...SUCCESSFULLY. Not all of them do. Melanie Harlow's Cloverleigh Farms has had an amazing run and to close it off with this story of Tyler and April was perfect.I am a huge fan of stories that allow the characters to be able to set aside issues in a mature fashion. The first crossing April and Tyler had of friendship to something more happened 18 years ago when both of these characters were 5 Grown-Up Love Stars* * * * * There is something to be said when a successful series comes to an end...SUCCESSFULLY. Not all of them do. Melanie Harlow's Cloverleigh Farms has had an amazing run and to close it off with this story of Tyler and April was perfect.I am a huge fan of stories that allow the characters to be able to set aside issues in a mature fashion. The first crossing April and Tyler had of friendship to something more happened 18 years ago when both of these characters were young, one on his way to his destiny and her going to college. There were consequences and the deep scarring of what was the result impacted both of them equally but in very different ways.April, now successful as the wedding and event planner at the farm has finally been able to work out her issues with the help of her therapist. She has made huge progress and is making strides to becoming free of her pain.Tyler, on the other hand, has not dealt with handling his pain. The pain he experienced for everyone to see...literally was on the mound of the World Series. He was THE MAN in baseball at the time and his pitching was in the record books for his fastball and curveball. He was impossible to hit.And then on network television broadcasted on the world stage, he got the Yips. This is the dreaded term used when a pitcher has no control of the ball...it just doesn't go where it is aimed and is caused by nothing physical. It is a mental thing. Tyler had it bad and there was nothing he could do. From that day on, after trying everything, his arm was gone and he had to quit baseball.Quitting baseball and losing his ability like that was like amputating his legs or arms or cutting out his heart and soul. You see, Tyler felt all he was, was baseball, and what he could do with the ball. He never felt he had any other value and the fans, unfortunately never let him forget it. By living quietly by himself in a big house away from everyone, Tyler thought this was it.Side Note(view spoiler)[ Soap BoxThis part of the story felt very relatable as I have had to reinvent myself many times over the years. During these very crazy stressful times, a lot of us may be asking ourselves who are we now, if we aren't our job or career that we have worked on for years. If this has happened recently, then it is ok to grieve and miss what once was...but what is the most important thing is to accept the love from others and know You are More Than What You Do or Have Done. There is no one like you. Rejoice in you. PERIOD.Ok, I'm Done (hide spoiler)]But sometimes he had to leave his fortress and when his sweet sassy sister informed him she was getting married, Tyler knew he had to drag himself out of seclusion, come home and be there with a smile on his face. He would submit to all the armchair jocks, hear all of their sure-fire remedies for his throwing issues as politely as he could without slamming them against any walls. That was how much he loved his sis.What both April and Tyler weren't prepared for was literally running into each other on the early morning track.April, being Sadie's wedding planner knew Tyler was coming back and had played out seeing him, how she would look and what she would say many times. She would look her most professional, be polite, and just the right amount of friendly. Now he was seeing her sweaty, in running shorts with no makeup and hair messy, drooping down out of her ponytail. For Tyler, he was surprised to see April because he thought she was still in NYC. He was just as sweaty and had been out running but April thought he looked way better than her. If she could have read Tyler's mind, he was so pleased to see April and thought she was looking just fine, in fact cute.They talk for a bit, both easy but careful with each other. When April looks at Tyler, she has a lot happening in her head and how he plays in her past. When Tyler looks at April, he thinks of her fondly and is kind of surprised how she plays in his mind. Now, this is the real start and I was so thrilled with how Ms. Harlow addressed real serious life experiences that happen between people in Everyday Life. She took something very important, had both characters talk it through, and have them work on it together. And they also worked on the attraction they still had for each other. They had humor together, steam together and we could happily see how well they meshed. Now everything wasn't without hiccups for the couple...but in the end, it was resolved realistically for me. Since this was set at the farm, we were able to have interaction with all our favorite couples. We were updated about family growth and loves. This book covered all the bases and felt like a home run to me... Irresistable (Cloverleigh Farms, #1) Undeniable (Cloverleigh Farms, #2) Insatiable (Cloverleigh Farms, #3)Unbreakable (Cloverleigh Farms, #4)https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... Unforgettable (Cloverleigh Farms, #5)https://www.goodreads.com/review/show...~~~~~ Before Reading ~~~~~So excited to be back at the Cloverleigh Farm❤️❤️❤️ ❤️❤️❤️ ❤️❤️❤️ ❤️❤️❤️ ❤️❤️❤️ ❤️❤️❤️ ❤️❤️❤️Oh, He Was the Golden Boy...First Draft Pick...Right Out of High School...Followed the Plan...Signing Bonus, Major Leagues, Hot Women...The Whole Baseball Fantasy Was His Life...Even Got to the World Series...But It Didn't Turn Out the Way It was Supposed to...Now He has a Bum Arm...The Target for Ball Cap Jerks...All In Their Recliner...The Last Thing He Wants is to Go Back Home...But a Sister's Wedding Can't be Missed...Trying to Make the Event a Hit and Run...But Then He Sees Her...April Sawyer...Now there was a Vision...Memories from Eighteen Years Ago...Still as Powerful as Way Back When, but Better...She Makes Everything Feel Normal...She Makes Him Feel Like Himself...Now He Just Needs to Make Her Feel the Same...Like He's...Unforgettable (Cloverleigh Farms, #5)-May 4th 2020 A gifted copy was provided by author/publisher for an honest review.For more Reviews, Free E-books and Giveaways
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  • Amber Sanchez
    January 1, 1970
    I cant say that I have an official favorite book in this Cloverleigh Farms series. Ive found something that I absolutely love in every male and female character; and it is no different with Unforgettable. April and Tylers second-chance is all encompassing, and Melanie Harlow truly hits on all cylinders - AGAIN! Their story of forgiveness, understanding, acceptance and kindness grasps at my heart. It displays both April and Tyler in the some of their most vulnerable moments. That being said, one I can’t say that I have an official favorite book in this Cloverleigh Farms series. I’ve found something that I absolutely love in every male and female character; and it is no different with Unforgettable. April and Tyler’s second-chance is all encompassing, and Melanie Harlow truly hits on all cylinders - AGAIN! Their story of forgiveness, understanding, acceptance and kindness grasps at my heart. It displays both April and Tyler in the some of their most vulnerable moments. That being said, one of my most FAVORITE April characteristics is her ability to call out anyone on their inexcusable behavior, Tyler included. She’s so strong in various ways and on different levels. She manages to persevere. And with everything she had lived with, I really took that to heart and held so much admiration for her. The charge between these two is irrefutable, and every encounter is sigh-inducing. I’m so sad to see this series end. Melanie made this series feel like a big hug, a coming together for a family meal, and familiar place you always enjoy coming back to. It’s “hygge” exemplified. And for me, Unforgettable mimics that feeling 10-fold. An ending like this is certainly bitter-sweet, but honestly couldn’t have looked any better.
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  • Elizabeth
    January 1, 1970
    Spoilers...DNFAre you kidding me? He knew she had the kid and still left her for 18 years!!! And this is a romance book....and I am suppose to root for him to reconnect after 18 years of being a baseball star prob sleeping with a bunch of women. None of the reviews I saw mentioned this!"But I knew that eighteen years ago, April Sawyer had given birth to one. And it had been mine."I read a few more chapters and am disgusted how the heroine was written to just be ok with the fact he never even Spoilers...DNFAre you kidding me? He knew she had the kid and still left her for 18 years!!! And this is a romance book....and I am suppose to root for him to reconnect after 18 years of being a baseball star prob sleeping with a bunch of women. None of the reviews I saw mentioned this!"But I knew that eighteen years ago, April Sawyer had given birth to one. And it had been mine."I read a few more chapters and am disgusted how the heroine was written to just be ok with the fact he never even called her to ask if she had given birth ok or anything. The author just writes her saying she was glad he didn't and it was fine. It's such manipulative writing to make her have no anger over what happened 🙄
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  • Robin
    January 1, 1970
    I received an arc copy of this from the author via Social Butterfly PR in exchange for an honest review.SummaryTyler Shaw was supposed to be one of the best pitchers of all time. But he career ended in disaster when he could no longer control his pitches - the world series nonetheless. Now he hides out in his secluded cabin in the woods avoiding people and their unanswerable questions. He is back in his hometown for his younger sisters wedding and comes face to face with April Sawyer, the woman I received an arc copy of this from the author via Social Butterfly PR in exchange for an honest review.SummaryTyler Shaw was supposed to be one of the best pitchers of all time. But he career ended in disaster when he could no longer control his pitches - the world series nonetheless. Now he hides out in his secluded cabin in the woods avoiding people and their unanswerable questions. He is back in his hometown for his younger sisters wedding and comes face to face with April Sawyer, the woman he's had an unbreakable connection with his high school. Being with her feels like coming back to himself and the chemistry between them is hotter than ever. But life keeps throwing them curve balls and Tyler isn't sure if he's ready to face the past. Overview➸ POV: 1st Person, April & Tyler's POV➸ April Sawyer: 36, Wedding Coordinator at Cloverleigh Farms, 2nd oldest of 5 sisters➸ Tyler Shaw: 36, All-star pitcher, Recently lost his ability to pitch, Quit baseball, Angry, Loner➸ Content Warnings: Adoption, OCD like habits, Bullying, Death of a parentMy ThoughtsI'm not at all prepared to say goodbye to this series 😭❤️Everything about this series just make my heart full. The Sawyer sisters have the most amazing and supportive relationships. I love how much they build each other up and can lean on each other through anything. I truly wish Cloverleigh Farms was real place, I want to be a part of this amazing place.This was the first sports romance in this series, and I really enjoyed it! Tyler is dealing with some really difficult and heavy things and not always in the healthiest way. His character growth throughout this was really wonderful to watch. Not only did I love his relationship with April, but I also adored his relationship with is sister Sadie. Melanie Harlow just really knows how to write amazing sibling relationships!The chemistry between April and Tyler was amazing. I loved the slow build and tension that was created by these two being so determined to not have a physical relationship. It made it so much more impactful when they finally got together! I also really loved adoption story line in here!! I can't speak on the accuracy, but I loved how positive and loving this storyline was. Melanie Harlow has this unparalleled knack for covering heavy topics in beautiful, heartwarming ways.Overall I absolutely loved this conclusion and I definitely teared up near the end at April's speech. This series is criminally underrated in my opinion and I want to recommend it to everyone. If you want an amazing, steamy romance full of supportive familial relationships and a setting you'll want to dive into, pick up this series immediately!
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  • Lauren Luman
    January 1, 1970
    It's official. I'm a sucker for Harlow's broken heroes.Sebastian. Jack. And now Tyler. Secrets. Compulsions. Skeletons. Don't misunderstand. The stories aren't super angsty, but these men are a little tortured and vulnerable. Things men aren't supposed to be. Men are supposed to be strong and built like a fortress, never admitting their feelings. Harlow finds ways to write these men into romantic stories of love and redemption and second chances and sometimes even a secondary topic that It's official. I'm a sucker for Harlow's broken heroes.Sebastian. Jack. And now Tyler. Secrets. Compulsions. Skeletons. Don't misunderstand. The stories aren't super angsty, but these men are a little tortured and vulnerable. Things men aren't supposed to be. Men are supposed to be strong and built like a fortress, never admitting their feelings. Harlow finds ways to write these men into romantic stories of love and redemption and second chances and sometimes even a secondary topic that completely humanizes the characters and the story. Adoption. Autism. Disabled veterans. Mental illness. All with care and research and sensitivity. And this is why she is one of my favorite writers. I loved the chemistry and friendship between April and Tyler. There was heat and passion (not just sexually). There was comfort and trust and honesty. And family.I know I've rambled but the story was so good. Highly recommend
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  • Rhonda Ziglar
    January 1, 1970
    5 UNFORGETTABLE STARS!! Melanie Harlow saved the best for last. April and Tyler's story was PERFECTION....I absolutely loved these two and their story will live with me forever. The series has been the best and will be one of my favorite series ever. You definitely need to read this book and series.
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  • Kahea
    January 1, 1970
    ***4 Stars*** After finding out more about April in Unbreakable, I couldnt wait to get my hands on her book and see her get her HEA and I have to say that I really enjoyed her journey. It was full of heart and hope, even if it was a tinsy bit bittersweet as this is the final book of the series, but still a wonderful way to get lost for a couple of hours.April, I adored. Shes strong, sweet and sassy and I loved watching as she worked through her feelings about choices she made in the past and ***4 Stars*** After finding out more about April in Unbreakable, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on her book and see her get her HEA and I have to say that I really enjoyed her journey. It was full of heart and hope, even if it was a tinsy bit bittersweet as this is the final book of the series, but still a wonderful way to get lost for a couple of hours.April, I adored. She’s strong, sweet and sassy and I loved watching as she worked through her feelings about choices she made in the past and doing what needed to be done so that she could begin to have the future she wanted. Tyler….I liked Tyler, I did, but I have to admit that I wanted to reach into my Kindle and throttle him quite a few times. I got why he felt the way he did about what happened with his baseball career, absolutely understood, but there were a few other things that had me growling a bit. Outside of that, when he wasn’t drowning in grumpy, he was a sweetheart and I liked seeing more of that side come through as the book progressed.April and Tyler’s journey was definitely a unique one based on their shared history, but it made it quite enjoyable to watch as they reconnected. I loved their bantering and how well they flowed together. While they did help each other work through the various issues they were dealing with, I found ~ and liked ~ that April was, I hate to say the stronger of the two, but she was definitely more open and willing to see things in a positive light. The big roadblock wasn’t a surprise, but I was still all kinds of team April and I loved how she handled things with Tyler and in the end I can say, I was happy with how everything turned out for both of them.I’ve thoroughly enjoyed this series and am a bit sad to say good-bye to the Cloverleigh Farm’s crew, but I definitely think that Unforgettable was a great way to say farewell. I loved getting to spend time with all of the Shaw’s and seeing how much closer they have all become as the series has progressed. There are a few issues that come up that some may be uncomfortable with, but I really liked how everything was handled in the end.~ Copy provided by SBPR & voluntarily reviewed ~
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  • Karen
    January 1, 1970
    I have adored this series. I didnt have a sister, just three smelly brothers. I didnt even get a girl child, just three boys made of slugs and snails and puppy dog tails. To read books with lovely close sister relationships makes me happy.So April Sawyer, sister number two by birth but the last to get a book. The sensible one. But the sensible one who made a mistake and that mistake sort of put her life on pause. No spoilers, Im not saying what the mistake was. Tyler Shaw was a local boy who I have adored this series. I didn’t have a sister, just three smelly brothers. I didn’t even get a girl child, just three boys made of slugs and snails and puppy dog tails. To read books with lovely close sister relationships makes me happy.So April Sawyer, sister number two by birth but the last to get a book. The sensible one. But the sensible one who made a mistake and that mistake sort of put her life on pause. No spoilers, I’m not saying what the mistake was. Tyler Shaw was a local boy who became a superstar. Then life crashed and burned and he hid himself away and licked his wounds in private. But then he comes back home. And home means reacquainting with April. Two people looking for the next direction in life.Unforgettable totally had my heart but the end of this book is the key to why this book and this series is so lovely. It’s got love, kindness, forgiveness, friendship and family at the heart of it. It’s about finding your home, I don’t mean a house, I mean finding a purpose and all of the pieces coming together.“It’s not just about the ballfield. It’s not about strikeouts or home runs or the speed of a fastball. In the end, it’s about who’s there for you, and why. Through the highs and lows, the wins and the losses. It’s about the people who love and support you through anything because of who you are, not what you do. It’s about family.”I know Melanie finished writing this book when the world is turned on its axis and I think this quote is so pertinent to what we are going through:“This is a place where family means more than just DNA. It means opening our doors and our hearts to strangers. It means showing up for our neighbors. It means reaching out when you know someone needs it. It means forgiveness, acceptance, compassion, joy. And it’s that feeling you get when you know you’re home.”A beautiful ending to a beautiful heartfull series.
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  • ~Dawn~TUG
    January 1, 1970
    The last book in the Cloverleigh Farms series **insert crying face** NOOOOOOOOO we need to get their kids stories, so many opportunities for me to stay here forevvvvvvver. But alas, the last is here, and I devoured it. April and Tyler's attraction and connection JUMPED off the pages and landed straight in my heart. I loved them. Frustration strangled me at times with poor Tyler and his view of himself and his worth, but I knew I had to hold faith in my little manchild, that he would find his way The last book in the Cloverleigh Farms series **insert crying face** NOOOOOOOOO we need to get their kids stories, so many opportunities for me to stay here forevvvvvvver. But alas, the last is here, and I devoured it. April and Tyler's attraction and connection JUMPED off the pages and landed straight in my heart. I loved them. Frustration strangled me at times with poor Tyler and his view of himself and his worth, but I knew I had to hold faith in my little manchild, that he would find his way to his true self and soul. I cried. People, TEARS, poured down my face at times. This story line always lands hard on my heart, the selflessness of some people and the gift they give because of it has a special place in my being. April was my favorite of all the girls, her strength and softness was so true and lovable throughout the series but shines straight off the pages in her story. Gah Melanie Harlow always delivers but this might be a top contender of all of her stories for me. I really connected with it. She writes the hardship and guilt of the most beautiful gift a person can give flawlessly. Bravo Ms. Harlow. I have read and loved every story you have EVER written but this one, this one is special. Thank you xo
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  • Vanessa (nessreads)
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 StarsI knew this day would come, but Ive dreaded it nonetheless. Ive been invested in the Cloverleigh Farms series and the Sawyer sisters and now thats its time to say goodbye, its very bittersweet. I adore every Sawyer sister and the journey theyve taken in finding love. And after finding out about what April went though, it only made me want her to find her HEA even more.April and Tylers story is about second chances, forgiveness, and coming to terms with past decisions. This heartwarming 4.5 StarsI knew this day would come, but I’ve dreaded it nonetheless. I’ve been invested in the Cloverleigh Farms series and the Sawyer sisters and now that’s it’s time to say goodbye, it’s very bittersweet. I adore every Sawyer sister and the journey they’ve taken in finding love. And after finding out about what April went though, it only made me want her to find her HEA even more.April and Tyler’s story is about second chances, forgiveness, and coming to terms with past decisions. This heartwarming story brought all the feels. April and Tyler’s journey hit me with an emotional punch that I felt to my very core. They both had to overcome a lot and heal in the process. I loved how they brought out the best in each other and the growth they both went through. Their chemistry was electric and their connection was so powerful. I loved them so much.Unforgettable was profound and heartbreakingly beautiful. April and Tyler’s love story brings all the emotions. It was heartwarming and filled with joy. These characters really know how to pull at your heartstrings. I’ll miss these two and all the Sawyer sisters dearly. Unforgettable is the perfect conclusion to the Cloverleigh Farms series.*I voluntarily read and reviewed an ARC of this book*
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  • Nicki - The Overflowing Bookcase
    January 1, 1970
    The only thing that ever mattered to Tyler was baseball. As a MLB pitcher being drafted right out of HS, he was on the fast track to stardom. But when his skills fall away during the World Series, Tyler walks away from his dream. Coming back home for the wedding of his sister he is reunited with April Sawyer, the one girl who held his secret. Will he be able to find something that can fill his heart like baseball did? Or will the secret be the one thing that will cause him to walk away from his The only thing that ever mattered to Tyler was baseball. As a MLB pitcher being drafted right out of HS, he was on the fast track to stardom. But when his skills fall away during the World Series, Tyler walks away from his dream. Coming back home for the wedding of his sister he is reunited with April Sawyer, the one girl who held his secret. Will he be able to find something that can fill his heart like baseball did? Or will the secret be the one thing that will cause him to walk away from his home town forever? Highly emotional and devastatingly beautiful, Melanie Harlow once again creates characters that the reader cannot help but fall in love with. We have watched the Sawyer sisters find their soulmates and I can honestly say with April and Tyler's story that she has saved the best for last. I am sorry to see this series end but what a wonderful journey it was.
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  • Cat Nunez
    January 1, 1970
    I loved reading about the Sawyer sisters, and Im sad this was the last book, but each one was amazing and the heroes were the best too <3I loved April and her relationship with her sisters, and I really enjoyed reading about her history with Tyler. He was amazing too, at first I just wanted for him to be more open but I loved how he opened up to April and let her into his problems and doubts. I love Melanie and cant wait to read more of her. I loved reading about the Sawyer sisters, and I’m sad this was the last book, but each one was amazing and the heroes were the best too <3I loved April and her relationship with her sisters, and I really enjoyed reading about her history with Tyler. He was amazing too, at first I just wanted for him to be more open but I loved how he opened up to April and let her into his problems and doubts. I love Melanie and can’t wait to read more of her.
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  • Jennifer
    January 1, 1970
    * A review copy was provided by the author *~ 5 Red-hair and Dimples Stars ~What can I say.Unforgettable was great and I totally loved the story. Its bittersweet though because this is the last book in the Cloverleigh Farms Series. This is one of my all time favorite series by Melanie Harlow and I am sad to see these characters end.Unforgettable is the 5th and final book in this series. It is a standalone novel that is a friends to lover/second chance romance. It is told in Dual POV. I thought * A review copy was provided by the author *~ 5 Red-hair and Dimples Stars ~What can I say….Unforgettable was great and I totally loved the story. It’s bittersweet though because this is the last book in the Cloverleigh Farms Series. This is one of my all time favorite series by Melanie Harlow and I am sad to see these characters end.Unforgettable is the 5th and final book in this series. It is a standalone novel that is a friends to lover/second chance romance. It is told in Dual POV. I thought the flow and pace of the story worked well for these characters. It is kind of a slow burn, but not too bad. I think the pace this story took, was the right way to tell their story. They had some serious things to overcome.I believe each book can be read in any order but I will tell you this, you do see other couples from the past books, so if you don’t want to know how their stories end, then you should read this series in order. I loved the message that was portrayed throughout this story….family is more than just through blood lines.If you love a romance novel that has humor, sex, banter and two characters that are just meant for each other, then you want to read this book!!! As with all the books in this series, Melanie has a brilliant way of writing her stories that you can’t help but root for the couple to get their HEA. Even if it isn’t smooth sailing all along the way. In this story we follow April and Tyler’s story. April is the second oldest of the sisters. Tyler was a famous pitcher in the MLB….until he wasn’t. Now he is back in their hometown for his sister’s wedding. He is surprised to run into his old friend from high school…..April. April and Tyler have a weird history that unfolds as the story is told. They have some serious things to overcome and it wasn’t always smooth sailing. I loved both of these characters.As always I loved seeing the past couples and sisters in this book. I also loved getting to know some new characters. I am sad to say goodbye to this family :(You don’t want to miss this latest romance from Melanie Harlow!!! This whole series is one you will want to add to the top of your TBR list NOW!!!Follow Us at :: Facebook
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  • Lisa Stinson
    January 1, 1970
    This book was packed full of emotions. My heart broke for April and the extremely tough decision she had to make and follow through with on her own. I couldn't imagine being in her shoes but she truly did what was best for her baby and was selfless so that she could give him the life that he deserved. But she has carried this around with her for 18 years. She hasn't truly been able to live her life because of this unbearable weight. She finally decides to open up to her sisters. She also decides This book was packed full of emotions. My heart broke for April and the extremely tough decision she had to make and follow through with on her own. I couldn't imagine being in her shoes but she truly did what was best for her baby and was selfless so that she could give him the life that he deserved. But she has carried this around with her for 18 years. She hasn't truly been able to live her life because of this unbearable weight. She finally decides to open up to her sisters. She also decides she wants to reach out and see about meeting her son. This way she will know if she made the right choice. She also wants to see Tyler again. When they run into each other, the sparks are definitely still there. At least she knows they are for her.Tyler is dealing with the end of his baseball career. Something he didn't think he would ever have to go through. He has no idea who he is without baseball. When he sees April again, he remembers all the times she was around 18 years ago. When they start spending time together, he begins to feel settled. But she wants things he has no desire for. Marriage, a family, and to meet their son. He will support her decision on the latter but the others are an absolute no for him.This two were so perfect together and I hated that Tyler was so against certain things. But as time goes on and they continue to spend more and more time together, slowly his heart and mind begin to change and he doesn't even realize it. I loved how he was finally able to find his path after leaving the big leagues. This was such a beautiful book and there were a couple of times I got a bit teary eyed. This might be my favorite of the series.
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  • shereads.pang
    January 1, 1970
    I received an arc for a honest review. First, let me say I'm going to miss this family. This series. 😭 All of them were so amazing. Onto the review...What an emotional ride! I have to be honest, there were some scenes that my tears just fall. Then one specific scene legit gave me goosebumps. Lol I love April. She carried a burden with her for so long that all I want to do was hug her. She was so sweet, loving, caring. While reading, I seriously think she is too good for Tyler. Tyler got me so I received an arc for a honest review. ⁣⁣First, let me say I'm going to miss this family. This series. 😭 All of them were so amazing. ⁣⁣Onto the review...What an emotional ride! I have to be honest, there were some scenes that my tears just fall. Then one specific scene legit gave me goosebumps. Lol ⁣⁣I love April. She carried a burden with her for so long that all I want to do was hug her. She was so sweet, loving, caring. While reading, I seriously think she is too good for Tyler. Tyler got me so frustrated. There were so many decisions he did that pissed me off so bad. Lol but looking at the big picture, Tyler and April was each other's home. 😭 Perfect for one another. The chemistry they have was so amazing. I'm not going to say more or I'll spoil the story, but just know that it's one of my favorites out of the series.⁣⁣
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  • gretareadsromance
    January 1, 1970
    The Cloverleigh Farms series and the Sawyer sisters are the best! April and Tylers story though may have become my favorite. Friends in high school and torn apart by life and a heavy secret April and Tyler are reunited when his sister gets married. I loved this second chance romance and their connection that never severed even with all the distance. With a twist I never saw coming towards the end it is really incredible how small the world is and beautiful some sacrifices can be. Highly The Cloverleigh Farms series and the Sawyer sisters are the best! April and Tylers story though may have become my favorite. Friends in high school and torn apart by life and a heavy secret April and Tyler are reunited when his sister gets married. I loved this second chance romance and their connection that never severed even with all the distance. With a twist I never saw coming towards the end it is really incredible how small the world is and beautiful some sacrifices can be. Highly recommended!
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  • Cassidy
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 STARS I always end a Melanie Harlow book with a smile on my face and love in my heart. Unforgettable is a second chance romance. Both the main characters are well into their 30s. They were childhood friends. The hero was a super star baseball player struggling with what do do now that his career was over. The heroine is our last single Sawyer sister. This was a sweet story about love, forgiveness, family, and finding yourself. I voluntarily read an early copy.
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  • jos (sportschicreads) Ochoa
    January 1, 1970
    4.75This was the end of the series and I was not ready to say goodbye.Aprils story was a long time coming. She saw the rest of her sisters fall in love and now it was her turn. To do that she needed to work through her past. She finally revealed her secret to all of her sisters and was on her way to moving on. Crashing in came Tyler Shaw, her childhood crush and father to her child. The disastrous end to his professional baseball career left him a grumpy man and hermit. April was extremely 4.75This was the end of the series and I was not ready to say goodbye.April’s story was a long time coming. She saw the rest of her sisters fall in love and now it was her turn. To do that she needed to work through her past. She finally revealed her secret to all of her sisters and was on her way to moving on. Crashing in came Tyler Shaw, her childhood crush and father to her child. The disastrous end to his professional baseball career left him a grumpy man and hermit. April was extremely selfless and her heart was soooo big. Tyler reminded me a bit of Carson from The Dugout aka my fav book bf. The best book boyfriends are the ones who aren’t perfect.Reconnecting was exactly what each one needed. These two were so passionate. I became so obsessed with them and their relationship. The emotions were through the charts. Together they healed and grew. Love truly mends the soul. Melanie threw some serious curveballs in this book. I literally grabbed the edge of my bed and let out a silent yell. AGHHHHHH! It was pure genius. This book did an amazing job of wrapping up the series. It is my favorite small town series and one of my all time favorites. You are definitely sleeping if you haven’t read this series. Read an ARC in exchange for my honest review.
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  • Luna Sol
    January 1, 1970
    I absolutely LOVED Unforgettable, I was hooked from beginning to end. It is the perfect conclusion to the Coverleigh Farms series. Tyler and April's story is sexy and very emotional. Their chemistry is amazing and I love this type of second chance romance where the couple know each other from a long time and there is some history with them. I can't wait to see what else Melanie Harlow is going to give us.
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  • BookAddict
    January 1, 1970
    Have you ever laid on a blanket in a country field on a warm, clear summer night looking up at the sparkling sky? All those stars brilliantly twinkling and shining like diamonds? This book deserves every one of those stars.The title say it all! Ive loved every story in this series, but April and Tyler are, hands down, my favorite. Theres just something about a broken hero who thinks he has no capacity for love or happiness, and the heroine who helps him find the soft, squishy heart he's had all Have you ever laid on a blanket in a country field on a warm, clear summer night looking up at the sparkling sky? All those stars brilliantly twinkling and shining like diamonds? This book deserves every one of those stars.The title say it all! I’ve loved every story in this series, but April and Tyler are, hands down, my favorite. There’s just something about a broken hero who thinks he has no capacity for love or happiness, and the heroine who helps him find the soft, squishy heart he's had all along. Ahhh, they've completely absconded with my heart, and Tyler and April truly are unforgettable!April is the last of the Sawyer girls to find her special someone, but that's not a big surprise. She's been too busy with her event planning business, and hiding the deepest of secrets for nearly two decades, to even look for Mr. Right. Just as she's trying to get closure on her past by fulling trusting those closest to her, Tyler Shaw comes back to town. Things just got a lot more complicated.Tyler would rather hide out in his mountain cabin than return to the town where he grew up, but he's promised to walk his sister down the aisle at her wedding. Not long ago, he had it all -- professional baseball career, fame and fortune -- until he lost his pitching mojo during a World Series game. Now everyone has opinions and criticism on his failed career, and they’re not shy about sharing.I couldn’t ask for these characters to have been more perfectly crafted! They’re authentic and complex, messy and vulnerable yet strong and determined, and so darn relatable I felt every emotion of their journey alongside them. I adore everything about these two! Tyler broke my heart and then made me want to give him a swift kick or two, and when he finally pulls himself up by the boot straps and gets himself together, it’s as spectacular as it is awe inspiring. And April is one of those females we all aspire to be, her kindness, compassion and generosity allowing her to see beyond Tyler's façade and deep to the heart of him, and making me want to celebrate her through every step of her journey!If there is a formula for penning a exceptional novel, Harlow has not only mastered it but improved on it. I was captivated from the very first page, devouring every word and reading straight through in one sitting because it is absolutely, undeniably impossible to put down! Bleary eyed, I read into the wee hours of the morning, thrilled with the hours spent with these amazing characters but devastated to reach the end.Cloverleigh Farms easily goes to the top of my list of best series ever. It's like the end of an era, reading this final book, but I’ll gladly return to these characters and their stories, once again submerging myself in the emotional ebb and flow of this glorious book world. April and Tyler's story is the consummate cherry on top of this exquisite treat, one you'll want to immerse yourself in and stay in forever. Run to the 1-Click and start reading today! These characters will steal your heart and burrow deep into your soul, and you’ll love every second of their poignant, inspiring, remarkable story!
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  • Elenasbookblog
    January 1, 1970
    You can also read my review here: http://elenasbookblog.com/new-review-...The final book in the Cloverleigh Farms is here and what an awesome ending it is! Its an enjoyable second chance romance with lots of chemistry and sweet times!April is the last single Sawyer sister and she is yearning for a family and a happily ever after. She has to face the regrets of her past but she is stronger and more determined than ever. A ghost from her teenage years though brings a sexy chaos in her life and she You can also read my review here: http://elenasbookblog.com/new-review-...The final book in the Cloverleigh Farms is here and what an awesome ending it is! It’s an enjoyable second chance romance with lots of chemistry and sweet times!April is the last single Sawyer sister and she is yearning for a family and a happily ever after. She has to face the regrets of her past but she is stronger and more determined than ever. A ghost from her teenage years though brings a sexy chaos in her life and she has to make some decisions.Tyler had everything. He was a famous baseball player, he had lots of money and every woman he wanted. And then… disaster! He lost his athletic touch and his career and he prefers spending his time away from the cruel paparazzi. When his sister forces him to be back in his hometown, he sees again his friend and old crush from his past, April.April and Tyler have lost touch all these years but they have many secrets to share. Their relationship is fun, hot and with no attachments. They both see though that they crave more but are they ready to dig deeper to their emotions so they can move on?I have to say that I expected this book to have more angst but I was glad to see that April was such a mature heroine. The author faces a delicate situation with sensitivity and she sheds a positive light to it, something that I really liked. April is a caring young woman who knows what she wants. She has a really cool and logical attitude.Tyler is funny and flirty and behind his cocky facade hides an insecure boy. I have to admit that sometimes he irked me because of his fixation with baseball and his inability to see beyond that but in the end, he redeems himself. I would have liked to see a more gradual transformation of his character.I love that all the Sawyer sisters found their soulmates but I am surely going to miss them! If you want to read a series about family, love and have a fun time, then go for it!
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  • Laura
    January 1, 1970
    ***ARC Provided by the Author***4.5 Stars I really enjoyed this title. I always enjoy books by Melanie Harlow, but there was something about April and Tyler that I really connected with. I think (this is going to be hard without spoilers, sorry if it doesn't make sense) I was drawn to the way one of the conflicts was handled. I liked that it was a big deal, but it was handled in a really adult way that felt really authentic abut that it was also not turned into a larger drama than it should ***ARC Provided by the Author***4.5 Stars I really enjoyed this title. I always enjoy books by Melanie Harlow, but there was something about April and Tyler that I really connected with. I think (this is going to be hard without spoilers, sorry if it doesn't make sense) I was drawn to the way one of the conflicts was handled. I liked that it was a big deal, but it was handled in a really adult way that felt really authentic abut that it was also not turned into a larger drama than it should probably be.I liked the idea that this was both a second chance and a new relationship, just in the way that it was between them 18 years before. I loved Tyler and his internal dialog was fabulous (the dinner scene, absolutely loved it.)Overall, this book drew me in from the beginning and I really liked it. I am not able to describe why, and possibly it was me, but this book felt a little different for this author. Not in a bad way, and none of the things you love about her are missing, but they felt enhanced. I definitely enjoyed and recommend this title, as well as the others in the Cloverleigh Farms series.
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  • Shannon
    January 1, 1970
    I wont be forgetting the Sawyer sisters and their men anytime soon, that is for sure! Every time a Melanie Harlow series comes to an end I feel a little sad- its like saying good-bye to your closest friends. You know theres a good chance youll see them again, (theres always a reread!), but for now you close the book and do your best to move on.April and Tylers story was a wonderful friends-to-lovers/second chance romance. I loved the premise of their story- its not your typical second chance I won’t be forgetting the Sawyer sisters and their men anytime soon, that is for sure! Every time a Melanie Harlow series comes to an end I feel a little sad- it’s like saying good-bye to your closest friends. You know there’s a good chance you’ll see them again, (there’s always a reread!), but for now you close the book and do your best to move on.April and Tyler’s story was a wonderful friends-to-lovers/second chance romance. I loved the premise of their story- it’s not your typical second chance romance, it’s one I don’t think I’ve read before. I loved that they had a history of friendship, with that one night where they let everything that had been building up between them finally run its course. When they reconnect 18 years later it’s almost like no time had passed at all, with the way they were able to ease back into their friendship. I enjoyed the slow burn, as they worked through their feelings for each other. There was a lot of baggage to unpack, especially on Tyler’s end, but there was never any doubt that these two were meant to be together.Unforgettable was the perfect heartwarming, feel good send-off to the Cloverleigh Farm series. Hopefully we’ll see these sisters in some of Ms. Harlow’s books down the road!
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  • amberreadsromance
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 starsLet me first start off by saying that this is literally an Unforgettable book series! I have loved every single book from the Cloverleigh Farms series. Each story is different. Different characters and backstories that capture your attention from the first few pages. Melanie truly has a way with words. I love how all of the characters are intertwined throughout the series. I love how raw, emotional, and sexy all the couples are as well. In this story, you get two beautiful, yet broken 4.5 starsLet me first start off by saying that this is literally an Unforgettable book series! I have loved every single book from the Cloverleigh Farms series. Each story is different. Different characters and backstories that capture your attention from the first few pages. Melanie truly has a way with words. I love how all of the characters are intertwined throughout the series. I love how raw, emotional, and sexy all the couples are as well. In this story, you get two beautiful, yet broken people who are facing their own demons that started when they were in high school. It isn't until 18 years later that Tyler and April see each other again and a lot goes DOWN! It's beautiful, scary, and romantic all wrapped in one.And if there is any reason to read this book, it's the epilogue! It was beautiful and perfect and the perfect way to end the book and this series!*ARC received by author in exchange for an honest review.*
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  • Erin Lewis
    January 1, 1970
    5 star Review Unforgettable (Cloverleigh Farms # 5) by Melanie HarlowI was hesitant to start Unforgettable, knowing that this is the last book in the series. There is humour and this was such a well written and entertaining read that I was completely captivated from the first to the last chapter.I have been not so patiently waiting for April Sawyers story and it was everything I hoped for and so much more. The chemistry between April and Tyler is off the charts and smoking hot. As their 5 star Review Unforgettable (Cloverleigh Farms # 5) by Melanie HarlowI was hesitant to start Unforgettable, knowing that this is the last book in the series. There is humour and this was such a well written and entertaining read that I was completely captivated from the first to the last chapter.I have been not so patiently waiting for April Sawyer’s story and it was everything I hoped for and so much more. The chemistry between April and Tyler is off the charts and smoking hot. As their friendship develops, the banter and conversations got better and better; Melanie Harlow has saved the best for last . This has always been a series based on family and that is something that Ms.Harlow writes with emotion and love and Unforgettable is certainly emotional and romantic.
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