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Unruly

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This is not a simple story. This is not even just one story. There’s a boy, and there’s a girl. But there’s so much more than that.

I was going home. Not forever; only long enough to watch my eternally irresponsible father marry a girl who happened to be my childhood enemy. There were no plans to embark on some crazy sex odyssey with a wild 19-year old baseball player. Easton Malone is insufferable, crude, and far too close. The hot, reckless days we shared should never have happened. I would forget him. Yes, I had to forget him. Through the years, triumph or heartbreak would bring us together. Only to shatter us once more. It was never over, though. It never will be. In the beginning we found lust. At the end we found each other. Along the way we found everything else.

©2015 Cora Brent (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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heart breaking.

On the practical side, I loved the two narators. Both , in particular Richards, have terrific tone in their voices. And both performed their chapters with great flair, affording a fabulous imagery to a very moving story.

And the story. The story just bleeds emotion for Anya and Jack..the secondary couple...while drawing stark comparison to the younger less wiser main leading couple who have their own journey to travel thats as frustrating as it is normal.

This story and it's performance is an easy recommendation to anyone wanting a bit impact, more thought,far more depth and more impact to their romance story other than just another romance with a dash of naughty, while knowing the leading couple will be ok. It's beautiful while achingly sad in its HEA.

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  • Leah
  • 27-12-15

Slow start, but good overall.

It took a LONG time for me to get into the story. At a high level, the plot was surprisingly compelling, but it took way took long to get there. It was also confusing how the author jumped around from first to third person, depending on who the chapter was about. Ultimately, it made sense. Still, I think it would have been more fluid if she had kept to third person omniscient. I also felt it wasn't well edited. While I listened to the book instead of reading it, I still caught some problems. In fact, the saying that grates on my nerves the most, "could care less," was included. I know, I am nitpicking, but any editor should have caught that. Back to the big picture... I think that if this book was half as long as it was, it would have been a lot better. The last couple of chapters were what changed my opinion from questioning, "Why am I continuing to listen to this," to "I'm glad I listened."

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  • I Hate Everything ;0)
  • 18-08-19

Almost more than a romance novel.

This was almost a complete story but it lacked the confrontations and the calling of accounts that occur in real families. This was so close to being more than a romance story, it was fresh, heartbreaking, redemptive but still sexy. It was just incomplete. I had a hard time with one of the couple"s choices which made me less invested in their outcome. No spoilers but wow how a character depicted as selfless makes the most selfish decision of all. Also, the tough daughter with dad issues never gets her deserved confrontation with her father. Primarily raised by her grandparents, Claudia's father was an absentee dad who lived in the same house. Even the most rational daughter would be bothered by his successful relationships contrasted with his inability to parent her. Maybe he gets a pass as a 15 year old dad but what about at 25 and 30? Last, two characters are robbed of confrontations with their estranged parents. Life is messy. It would have been nice to see some of the satellite relationships play out. With all that said, this is slightly more than a typical romance, the story has substance.

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  • NikNakbzz
  • 06-01-16

I wanted to like it more

I DID like this book. I liked the characters & even the story line, but something just didn't get me over the "hump" to really liking this book

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  • BreReader
  • 13-11-15

Nice read

Found this one in my KU and was able to listen as well as read! I liked it but I didn't love it. Story was just ok. Very emotional though. Had some sexy time. Without giving spoilers....I just feel like I need more info about Anya.