- File Size: 4841 KB
- Print Length: 289 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: November 14, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LYREI43
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,553,818 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I really enjoyed this story and I was ecstatic that she continued her story from the box set because it was one of my favs in the set. I can not wait to see what happens next with this group..
The characters in this book were charming and loveable. Andel was one of the major characters of this book, and he made me swoon so many times. Andel was kind, considerate, romantic, and protective. I like him as soon as he was introduced in the book. I am so excited to see more of him in the next book! The main female character, Evelyn, was great. Evelyn was compassionate and dedicated. I also enjoyed her sense of humor! Some of her jokes and sayings seemed a little immature, but I appreciated that she was trying to lighten the mood. I hope that Evelyn will be a little more mature in the next book.
I thought the romance in this book was predictable, but still very sweet. I was shipping Andel and Evelyn from their first interaction! I thought they made a very cute couple. I am interested to see how their relationship will develop in the next book. I hope that their relationship continues to develop positively because my heart would break if they don't end up together!
The plot of this book was entertaining. I enjoyed going on this journey with Eveyln and Andel. I definitely did think there were some slower parts of this book that had me craving some more action. However, thought the author did a pretty good job with pacing overall. I am looking forward to seeing how the events of this book will effect Eveyln and Andel in the sequel.
Overall, I thought Unbreakable was an enjoyable read. I think this is a promising start to a new YA series. I am looking forward to reading more books by this author!
3.5 / 5 Fangs
*This ebook was given to me in exchange for an honest review. *
Evelyn Bowden had an obsession with sugar. As a heavenly being, she couldn’t cuss, so every intended profanity that came out of her mouth was a sugary treat. It was entertaining and added a lot to her character. Also, because heavenly beings can’t cuss, and there were only a handful of mortals in the entire novel, it was a clean read and could easily extend to any age. It was easy to like Evelyn and laugh at and with her from time to time. I would have liked to have been inside her head more, as the book is told in third person, but I got a good read on what to expect from her. She had a big heart and an even bigger appetite and made me crave a brownie or ten.
Third person is such a tricky way to narrate a story. Either you get the characters or you don’t, since you’re not in their heads completely. I thought at the beginning that the entire story would be told in third person limited, with Evelyn as the focus, but it did switch to other characters, like Andel Lambros. I had trouble picking up which character was the focus every time the switch occurred. There were some idiosyncrasies, but the story made sense. I just would have liked for it to have been more distinct. However, I got a good feel of almost every character I met, so there was a deeper connection in some cases.
Andel and Evelyn had a strange relationship. It started as mentee-mentor and moved into friendship. The romance was not heavy, which sounds weird considering this was a book about cupids. They didn’t have a lot of time to concentrate on themselves when they were trying to save the world. However, there were moments when their attraction to each other seemed unprecedented. There is a novella before book one, and I’m going to read it to have a better understand of Evelyn, her life before death, and what she and Andel mean to each other. That being said, because I did not read the novella before diving in, I had some disconnect from the characters toward the beginning, even though past events were explained.
I liked Andel, though. He’s not at the top of my list of male leads, but he and Evelyn made an interesting pair. While I didn’t feel as connected to their romance as I had hoped, I wanted them to end up together. They were sweet. Andel got her addiction to all things sugar, and she understood his occasional uptight behavior. They clicked as friends, and I can’t wait to see how they continue their relationship.
The ending shocked me, partially because I still had over twenty percent left on my Kindle when “To be continued…” popped up. What will happen next? Where will this adventure lead them? A gargoyle searching for love, Roscoe, was too darn adorable, and the suspense that shaded the e-Harmony supernatural edition that was going on kept things light and interesting. I love love, and what better way to celebrate than with a sugar-obsessed millennial with a job to make that happen?