Unforgettable You

Unforgettable You After months working on an oil rig in the Atlantic Ocean engineer Jo Blaine can t wait to get home Her job is tough and she is desperate for some long overdue girl time The last thing Jo needs when

  • Title: Unforgettable You
  • Author: Georgina Penney
  • ISBN: 9780857977700
  • Page: 119
  • Format: ebook
  • After months working on an oil rig in the Atlantic Ocean, engineer Jo Blaine can t wait to get home Her job is tough, and she is desperate for some long overdue girl time The last thing Jo needs when she walks through her front door is to find a strange man staying in her house When she learns that her uninvited guest is none other than Stephen Hardy, she s tempted to hAfter months working on an oil rig in the Atlantic Ocean, engineer Jo Blaine can t wait to get home Her job is tough, and she is desperate for some long overdue girl time The last thing Jo needs when she walks through her front door is to find a strange man staying in her house When she learns that her uninvited guest is none other than Stephen Hardy, she s tempted to head straight back out to sea.Stephen has always felt guilty for the part he played in ruining Jo s life years earlier and immediately jumps at the chance to make things up to her by looking after her apartment and her giant cranky cat It takes some fast talking, but Jo is finally convinced to let him stay And by the time she leaves for her next shift at work, they re both eagerly anticipating her return.But as they grow closer, it soon becomes clear Jo is hiding something about her past that is coming back to haunt her After a lifetime of taking care of herself and her sister Amy, Jo isn t used to sharing her problems, especially when they involve her messy family history But when threats start to escalate, Jo must decide whether to trust Stephen before her stubborn independence places them all at risk.

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    1. Returning home after a long flight from work the last thing Jo Blaine expected to see was a naked man fast asleep in her bed. Knowing only too well this had something to do with her best friend Scott. Scott had been looking after her apartment as well as her cat whilst she'd been away.The day Jo and her sister Amy run away from home when they were teenagers was the last time Jo saw Stephen Hardy. Jo maybe shocked to see Stephen after all these years, but it seems Stephen still carries the guilt [...]

    2. Completely exhausted after a long flight home from her job out on the rig, Jo Blaine was looking forward to collapsing into bed after a long hot shower. She certainly didn’t expect to walk in to her usually pristine home with it looking like a bomb had hit it. Then to top it off, there was a naked man sprawled out asleep in her bed. She was furious – and she knew who was at fault. Phoning her best friend Scott; the friend who was supposed to be looking after her apartment and cat – she let [...]

    3. I was uber lucky to score myself an ARC of Unforgettable You. I absolutely loved Amy's story (this author's debut) in Irrepressible You, and this book is about Jo, Amy's older sister. Interestingly, this book predates Irrepressible You, so technically, it's the first of a series of three books, with the third to be released later this year. I think I know who Book 3 is going to be about. ;)Georgina Penney has a style of writing that is full of warmth and wit and sass. I am a huge fan of her lang [...]

    4. Fly In Fly Out by Georgina Penney was first published by Penguin's digital romance imprint, Destiny, as Unforgettable You, as a prequel to Irrepressible You. Fly In Fly Out features thirty something year old Jo Blaine, an engineer who lives in Perth, Western Australia but works on an oil rig off the coast of North Africa. Her brutal schedule requires she spends a month off shore living on the rig, longing for the few weeks R&R she can enjoy in her Fremantle apartment with her cat before havi [...]

    5. First of all, I have to say I love the fact that Georgina Penney uses the word "arse". I see ass, I think donkey.I adored book 1's heroine Amy, and I was super fascinated with Jo, Amy's bolshy, ian sister. Perched on the edge of my seat, awaiting the release of Unforgettable You, I was so keen to see how Georgina would address Jo, seeing as if you've read book 1, Irrepressible You, you will know Jo as she is now. Unforgettable You is Jo's story then. Oh, and if you haven't read book 1, go to you [...]

    6. Unforgettable You, Georgina PenneyReview from Jeannie Zelos book reviewsI loved Georgina's first book Irrepressible You, so was keen to read this one. Its actually set prior to the first book, Amy is still with the jerk boyfriend – just- and Jo still working as an engineer on the oil rigs. I enjoyed this book, Georgina's writing and plotting is excellent, but it didn't grab me the same way as the first book. I think the magic of that for me was the chemistry and wit between Amy and Ben. Here, [...]

    7. This is my first by this author and I was pleased to test the waters with a netgalley arc. The heroine Jo is a FIFO worker on an oil rig, a hard job for anyone, never mind a woman. The fact that Jo is 6 foot tall and appears tough as old boots probably helps along with a reputation as a volcano that can erupt at any time.Last thing she wants when she gets home is a naked man in her bed, (maybe) and definitely not Mike the brother of her high school crush that went horribly wrong. Next thing she [...]

    8. First of all, I have to say I love the fact that Georgina Penney uses the word "arse". I see ass, I think donkey.I adored book 1's heroine Amy, and I was super fascinated with Jo, Amy's bolshy, ian sister. Perched on the edge of my seat, awaiting the release of Unforgettable You, I was so keen to see how Georgina would address Jo, seeing as if you've read book 1, Irrepressible You, you will know Jo as she is now. Unforgettable You is Jo's story then. Oh, and if you haven't read book 1, go to you [...]

    9. Unforgettable You is a second book in the series of three, the first one being Irrepressible You, which sits comfortably on my kindle although I haven't got to read it yet. Which is a shame. Although I must admit right here: when I started reading this book I didn't know it is a part of the series and also, through the whole book I haven't had a feeling that I'm missing something, that there was a story before, so Unforgettable You can be absolutely read and enjoyed as a stand - alone novel.Our [...]

    10. *A copy of this book was received from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*Written as a prequel, ‘Unforgettable You’ goes back in time to tell the story of Jo Blaine, sister of 1950s time-warp, Amy Blaine, who featured brilliantly in Ms Penney’s debut novel, ‘Irrepressible You’. I loved ‘Irrepressible You’ and was looking forward to this author’s second contemporary romance/chick lit novel. I was especially keen to see how a feisty oil-rig engineer tom-boy would be wooed b [...]

    11. There were so many things I liked about this earthy, energetic little number. I found it a fabulous, totally fabulous read.The book is set mostly in Australia and in the time before Amy's story (in Irrepressible You) which makes it a prequel. The story centers around Jo, Amy's older sister. Jo is an interesting character who works on an oil rig as an engineer. Her speciality is lubrication. (No sniggering or jokes, please.) I found the detail about life on the oil rigs fascinating, along with th [...]

    12. I was uber lucky to score myself an ARC of Fly In Fly Out. I absolutely loved Amy's story (this author's debut) in Irrepressible You, and this book is about Jo, Amy's older sister. Interestingly, this book predates Irrepressible You, so technically, it's the first of a series of three books. Georgina Penney has a style of writing that is full of warmth and wit and sass. I am a huge fan of her language and her characters and her all-round author awesome-ness. Amy and Jo Blaine are inseparable sis [...]

    13. Georgina Penney does it again with this book. She is truly a spectacular author with a talent of bringing you a great story with amazing characters. I will admit I was a little worried about this being Jo’s and Stephen’s story seeing that they were shown in Irrepressible You, which is Amy’s story, as being together. I should have known not to let that worry me because even though you knew they were together in the future finally reading and picturing how their love story unfolded makes it [...]

    14. The good: I'm sure there was a good story here, I just didn't relate to it, "Negotiations will commence on our way down the stairs." Which leads me to the Meh:The language/dialect differences. Google was my friend reading this book. I don't usually mind looking up words as I read, in fact I feel enlightened. However, I felt the writing pretentious at times and I don't know if that was because of the differences or intentional?.?.I did not connect with the characters. It was a struggle for me to [...]

    15. I loved 'Irrepressible You' and grew very attached to Amy Blaine and her sister, Jo, so was super excited to see Jo have her own story. Ms Penney's quick wit and fresh take on writing results in an easy, engaging read. Her characters, including the cat, Boomba, are real, and that makes me bond with them. I don't want to read about millionaires and supermodels, I love the authenticity of Penney's writing. I'd love to see each character get their own book because I know them all now and want to re [...]

    16. Customer Review5.0 out of 5 stars A terrific read, August 30, 2015This review is from: Fly In, Fly Out (Paperback)I have to admit I don't read a lot of chic lit, and picked this book up at a book stall on a whim. That said, gee I enjoyed this book. What I thought would be a light read had unexpected layers. The heroine Jo reminded me so much of a tomboy relative of mine. The hero Stephen was the guy all guys wish their guy would be. The descriptions of life on the oil rigs in the Indian Ocean ha [...]

    17. Loved it! Hooked as soon as things started to heat up between Jo (not your typical heroine) and Stephen (#whatahunk). Beautiful ending.

    18. Full review to come Georgina doesn't fail to impress with her wit, insight and a delicious amount of spice!!!

    19. Living in Western Australia, you can’t help but be absorbed in the FIFO (fly in, fly out) lifestyle whether you work in the industry or not. You get used to the sight of hi-vis shirts everywhere, the Qantas Club continuously expanding to meet demand for flights to mine sites and sadly, a cup of coffee being a minimum of $4 (expect to pay around $5 for the good stuff). The mining boom has sent Perth into overdrive and it’s impossible not to reap the benefits (hello Topshop) but it’s only re [...]

    20. At First Sight: Jo Blaine just wanted to sleep in her own bed after working in an off-shore oil rig for months and then traveling for 24 hrs straight to get home in Perth, Australia; but when she got to her apartment, she found a man was in residence and had, in fact, taken over her home. The man was none other than Stephen Hardy, whose family owns the big vineyard where Jo and her sister Amy had grown up and who once started a rumor about Jo that ruined her life. Stephen has always felt very gu [...]

    21. I'm not a massive fan of Romance novels. I used to be when I was a little girl and would read books like Sweet Dreams Romances. I could soak those up in a few hours. I was in love with the genre. Now I'm a bit more widely spread.But when I was asked if I would read it as a review book I said yes, because I haven't read a romance novel in years and I looking for a little extra spice to add to my life for a change. Well, I got the spice alright!!Although the writing style isn't what I was used to: [...]

    22. There were so many things I liked about this earthy, energetic little number. I found it a fabulous, totally fabulous read.The book is set mostly in Australia and in the time before Amy's story (in Irrepressible You) which makes it a prequel. The story centers around Jo, Amy's older sister. Jo is an interesting character who works on an oil rig as an engineer. Her speciality is lubrication. (Snigger if you must.) I found the detail about life on the oil rigs fascinating, along with the rig humou [...]

    23. Reviewed for Confessions From RomaholicsFly In Fly Out is quirky contemporary romance from Australian Georgia Penney about a woman name Jo Blaine who is an engineer working in the fly in fly out sector of the mining industry. She lives in Perth but works in oil rig off the cost of North Africa and works on a shift schedule where she fly in for a month and flies out to gets a few weeks of R&R back home. Those weeks are precious to her and her apartment is her castle, her place that she relax [...]

    24. What a beautiful story, the title says it all, Unforgettable You, is simply unforgettable, your leading lady Jo blaine works on an oil rig in the middle of nowhere with a background she hides fiercely! She is a tomboy, tall and beautiful in her own way but when she is finally off her rotation she comes home to chaos, her past is back and its tall blonde sexy and irresistible and his name is Stephen Hardy! Stephen destroyed Jo's life and wants to make it up to her, by house sitting and cat sittin [...]

    25. Unforgettable You is the prequel to Irrepressible You, which deals with Amy's romance with Ben. In Unforgettable you we go back a couple of years to Amy's sister, Jo Blaine. Jo couldn't be more Amy's opposite. Tall, strong, not especially femme, a fly-in-fly-out mud engineer living in Perth and working on a rig off the Mauritanian coast. This character is a little reminiscent of Loretta Hill's engineer books, which can only be a plus for me!Stephen is Jo's accidental housemate and Maine Coon cat [...]

    26. I was attracted to this book after seeing an item about it on morning TV, and being a FIFO wife of sorts, as well as a Romance fan, decided to give it a go. I thoroughly enjoyed it and found it refreshingly different from most modern romance novels available these days.For starters, our romantic heroine is 6ft tall, but is just a normal girl (like me). I find that in most romances the heroine is always cute and petite and the tall girls are the bad guys, because as we all know every woman over 5 [...]

    27. Unforgettable YouBy Georgina PenneyRated 4 out of 5I was provided with an ARC of this book by Destiny Romance via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.This is Georgina’s second book and is about Jo Blaine and her fiancé Stephen Hardy who appeared in the prequel, Irrepressible You.Jo is a tom-boy engineer, working on a male dominated oil rig in Mauritania. She has developed a thick skin working in this environment. Jo returns home after months on the rig wanting nothing more than to coll [...]

    28. Rated 4 out of 5I was provided with an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.This is Georgina’s second book and is about Jo Blaine and her fiancé Stephen Hardy who appeared in the prequel, Irrepressible You.Jo is a tom-boy engineer, working on a male dominated oil rig in Mauritania. She has developed a thick skin working in this environment. Jo returns home after months on the rig wanting nothing more than to collapse into her bed and sleep. What she finds however, i [...]

    29. “Unforgettable you” is the prequel to “Irrepressible you”, where we were first introduced to the sisters, Amy and Jo. Amy is the wild child with her 1950′s pin-up flare and Jo is the sensible, oil rig worker with stoic charm and sensible shoes.In “Unforgettable you”, it explores Jo’s vulnerable side. She is much more sensitive than her tomboy appearance lets on. Jo meets Stephen when she returns home on leave from her oil rig and runs into to Stephen after many years and a lot of [...]

    30. Right from the very first page of Unforgettable You Jo’s strength of character shines. She is exhausted from long hours of travel and a heavy few months away. All she wants is a shower and sleep. Her apartment is a mess and there’s a naked man in her bed. They didn’t call her Krakatoa on the rigs for nothing.No matter how kickass Jo is on the rigs, she is still haunted by her childhood years. Jo goes with her sister Amy to visit her Mum. Although Amy seems oblivious Jo can see her mother s [...]

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