- File Size: 3157 KB
- Print Length: 339 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 16, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B018COSNP4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,953 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I am really enjoying this series, that being said I loved this book. The only thing is I wish that there was more to the ending. I would have loved to have seen more after everything got resolved, but that's just me, other than that great book!!
Dylan McGraw is has by far stolen my heart. He has raised the bar for all future book boyfriends. His loving ways with Aubrey and everyone else was amazing. My heart heart was full of love for join and Aubrey. It was shattered to pieces along with theirs.
I loved Aubrey. Her spitfire ways with Dylan had me laughing and cheering her on. Her story was heartbreaking, encouraging and everything in between.
Everything that Dylan and Aubrey went through was emotional and heartfelt. I didn't know who to cheer on more, Dylan or Aubrey. Together they went through hell and fought for their love. Their story kept me on pins and needles. Their sacrifice to get to the end was gut wrenching. I hated what they went through, but I LOVED every minute of their story.
If a book is going to contain a brutal rape scene in graphic detail, I think there should be a warning at the beginning of the book. Not only is this a trigger for some, but some people might just not want to read about something like that. I've read books with violence and dark themes before, but I was warned at the beginning. I don't like being blindsided by something like that and I almost decided to stop reading the book at the 60% mark. However, I really wanted to see this couple get their HEA and they did at the very end. There was just too much angst and tragic circumstance in between and the book left me feeling sad. Just not my cup of tea!
Update- while I'm not going to change my rating, I feel that I need to give this author credit for the ability to create characters and a story that stays with you long after you've read the book. Months later and my heart is STILL broken for these characters. I would recommend Undo Me to book lovers who love deeply emotional stories with lots of plot twists.
Aubrey and Dylan met in high school. As a transplant from California, Aubrey is new to the North Carolina beach town where friendship and family are the only things that matter. Dylan is a cocky surfer who is loyal to his friends lovingly known as The Good Ol’ Boys. The fire and sharp-witted banter exchanged between Aubrey and Dylan at their first meeting was only the prelude to what promised to be a long relationship full of push and pull and twists and turns.
From the previous reads, Dylan and Aubrey appeared to be a standard high school romance that just drifted apart. Those preconceived notions could not be further from the truth. Aubrey and Dylan experience a trauma that rocks their relationship and breaks them apart. That, with the combination of Aubrey’s insecurities, are simply too much for the two young lovers to overcome. But how can you possibly move on when the only person you have ever loved is right in front of you?
Told in dual POV, Undo Me lived up to its title (and then some). I was completely undone emotionally, physically, and mentally by the sheer magnitude of events, these characters endured. The pacing of the plot was well crafted, and the twists and turns were completely unexpected. I can honestly say that I am not a fan of angsty reads.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really enjoyed the novel. It is not a traditional romance novel. It follows the characters across many years and through many trials and tribulations. Read morePublished 12 hours ago by Red-Headed Reader
M Robinson never disappoints. Her good ol boys always make for some good reading.Published 2 days ago by Jessica B Winters
Holy buckets of feels! What just happened? That was a whole lot of something in one book. I couldn't get enough.. I honestly don't feel it's a standalone.. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Jackie
Amazing book to read! It's been a while since I've actually picked up a book to read and honestly after reading this book I continued to read the remaining series of books.Published 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is a great story taking twist and turns I did not expect. Dylan and Aubrey's story is full of emotions that span more than a decade. Read morePublished 7 days ago by June49
Unbelievable writing. I have no clue how M. Robinson can put these thoughts, feelings, and emotions into words. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Cheryl
I loved this story, keeps you guessing how the story ends. Very well written, I loved how it showed both sides of the story.Published 10 days ago by Blair Wright
Ok now that my heart has slowed down from beating so fast I can write this review.
This is my favorite book of this series. For So Many reasons.
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A beautiful teenage love story and then tragedy happens. How can you save yourself, when you can't look at the solution? A story filled of love, angst, and absolution. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Missey