Unforgettable Love - Kelsey MacBride

Unforgettable Love

By Kelsey MacBride

  • Release Date: 2015-01-04
  • Genre: Religious
Score: 4.5
From 341 Ratings


Unforgettable Love is the second and final Christian Romance book in the Inspiration Point series and continues the story of Julie Petersen's struggle to escape from a controlling mother and the clutches of a rich controlling fiance who won't stop at anything to make her his wife. This story  highlights Julie's miraculous escape from her fiance, her rescue by the Berry sisters, her struggle with amnesia, and her struggle to find Mark, the man she loves.

In this second book, the Berry sisters find Julie Petersen washed ashore on the beaches of Catalina Island and discover she suffers from amnesia. The sisters welcome Julie into their home where their brother Aaron falls in love with Julie and tries to win her heart. But Julie doesn’t love Aaron the same way and she struggles to remember her past and the people most important to her, including Mark. Julie eventually returns home and James is determined to marry her in a matter of weeks, before Julie remembers their troubled past. Julie battles feelings of doubt and confusion as the wedding date approaches.

When Mark discovers Julie is missing, he sets out to find her, knowing her fiancé is up to no good. He finally meets up with James, who puts on a convincing performance of a caring fiancé.  James causes Mark to question Julie’s heart and her intentions, especially after James tell him Julie is involved with Aaron.  Will Mark find out the real truth about James and reach Julie in time to share his real feelings? Or will he return home with a broken heart and miss out on the love of his life?


  • Lovely story, easy read

    By sminglu
    Good story but quality it’s quite poor. It seems this is an unedited version. Grammatical errors, doesn’t flow well at times especially when changing characters’ perspectives, and some holes in the plot. With some cleaning up, it would be great.
  • Unforgettable Love

    By Jd2008gt
    A satisfying read, as well as a delightful story.
  • Waste of $

    By T. D. Ferguson
    The story leaves you hanging. The writing is ok, but the story line is very incomplete. She completely captured the narcissistic personality of the boyfriend and other characters but the story needed to be much longer and give a bit more finality. It's like all this detail and story development only to lead up to nothing. Don't waste your money on it.
  • Free to Love

    By !!!!!!haha
    Enjoyed reading this and following Julia and Mark
  • Jae

    By Kennedy Jordan.Wayne
  • Unrealistic

    By Lb456789
    I found it to be very unrealistic. There were also some mistakes - psoriasis of the liver? I think the author meant cirrhosis. Maybe that's just the nurse in me :) I was entertained by the story but wouldn't read it again.
  • Still 5 stars, but...

    By Trptgoddess1
    This book could (should?) easily be longer and have more in-depth character development. Great story line, great plot, but just a little rushed.
  • Unforgettable Love

    By kr4cg1
    There are some typos and Mark's last name was Taylor in one chapter instead of Stewart. The right guy gets the girl but after being threatened by the "bad" guy, I'd like to see what happens next. I enjoyed this storyline even though it was a bit vapid at times. That she finally found the strength within herself was reassuring and as I said, it would be interesting to see where the characters go from here. I am interested in seeing what else this author has to offer and would read her again.