Guest Post & *CLOSED* Giveaway: Untamable by Becca Dale

What is the unforgivable transgression? Is there one when true love is involved? My heroes and heroines are very human. They make some major mistakes but the never – ever make the one that is unforgivable in my mind. They never cheat. It can’t be true love if trust fails. That is not to say that they might not think about it mid snit but they cannot ever cross that line. Yet, there have been many great couples throughout history that have forgiven the unforgivable.

UntamableWhat do you think? What makes a stubborn/irritating man or woman redeemable or irredeemable? Is there a way they could rise above even the unforgivable? If so, how? If not, why not? I will be giving away three copies of Untamable or a book of choice to the three most interesting answers. Can’t wait to see what you all have to say.

To look at more stories by Becca Dale, click here.

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  1. Cheating is absolutely unforgivable. You are right there. I remember reading an old "bodice ripper" and I honestly don't remember the name or author — but I wouldn't tell anyway — but the hero cheated!! With the heroine's friend!! And it made her mad but she forgave them both…….ugh. I disliked them both from that moment on. Really good question!

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  2. Thanks for commenting Jennifer. Wow, I can't believe that ever made it to a romance.

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  3. In my mind, any form of abuse(physical, sexual,verbal, or emotional) is unforgivable and the perpetrator can't be redeemed. And I mean abuse to any living being.

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  4. Personally speaking, I could never forgive someone who cheats. I have never had motive to cheat because I know how much it hurts to know that the person you are in a relationship felt the need to go elsewhere for an emotional or physical connection. I wouldn't take someone back after finding out that they knowingly cheated.

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