Review: Unforgettable by Willow Aster (Landmark Mountain #1)

Note: An advance reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author.

Willow Aster's got a new series set in a fictional town in Colorado called Landmark, and talk about one heck of a memorable setting. Unforgettable is the first book in the Landmark Mountain series, and it's a kinda-sorta-maybe enemies-to-lovers romance featuring a disgruntled woman who's lost her dream to be at the helm of her family's lodge and the endearing man she spends one incredible night with only to realize he and his brother are the ones who've purchased the Landmark Mountain Lodge & Ski Resort. Now, she's stuck spending the next three months helping with the transition from current to new management, and he needs to spend six months staying in-house and immersing himself in all things Landmark before he returns to Boston. But what if the Landmark he wants most is the one Landmark who refuses to give in again to the pull between them?

Ah, who can resist a sweet, thoughtful, and lovable guy like Jamison Ledger? Try as Scarlett Landmark might, there was only so much resistance should could offer up. These two just clicked in a way that didn't feel contrived or forced. I enjoyed seeing them getting to know each other and building a relationship, even though there wasn't a whole lot that was certain, what with Scarlett being in Colorado and Jamison in Massachusetts. Then there were the supporting characters, particularly their respective families, with a special shout-out to the super seniors in the group, and yes, bonus points for Lucia and Delgado because fur babies are awesome. I'm definitely looking forward to finding out what awaits Scarlett's brothers on their respective journeys to happily-ever-after. Their sister and Jamison has set the bar high, which is why I'm giving Unforgettable an easy five stars.

Date Read: 21 April 2023

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