- File Size: 3160 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: #22,348 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Undo Me: The Good Ol' Boys Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
This story should come with a WARNING label. The topic in this story is a topic that is difficult to read about. I had to step away several times to regain my strength. The story had many turning points and changed directions unexpectedly.
I'm not a huge fan of second chance stories nor hurting oneself with abuse, alcohol, drugs, or sex. I hate reading strong characters fall into weakness. I prefer the strong character to overcome the hard times with smarter choices. Yet Monica likes to torture me and I've been laying awake contemplating reading the rest after having read a horrible scene that changed the course of Aubrey and Dylan. I know this separation will make them regret the choices made but somehow bring them back together.
"Sometimes in life things happen that we can’t control. That we don’t understand." It's this statement that redeems me to continue reading.
Dylan is cocky, confident, and sexy. Aubrey is a firecracker, spontaneous, and feisty. Together these two are combustible. Dylan is everything she is afraid of yet she cannot deny her body's reaction towards Dylan. It's a story about young lovers living in an innocent bubble of passion and desire until one wrong path in life changed their course.
The story's told from Dylan and Aubrey's POV. The conversation flows from one character to the next with ease. Dylan states his perspective and then immediately follows Aubrey's perspective. It's gratifying when you get both sides.
How does a person play with a playboy? By offering conditions to his game. Aubrey might be the one and only person who knows how to challenge the player. Aubrey knew how to play the game at winning over Dylan. She was his undoing. She undid him. “I’ve been a good ol’ boy playing by your rules.” Quote by Dylan. "I’m justa good ol’ country boy." Another quote by Dylan.
What's interesting with this series is how Monica wrote each story about the guys simultaneously having relationships. Apparently while Alex and Lucas were sneaking around Jacob and Lily were also sneaking around. Here we are with Aubrey and Dylan while they were never not sneaking around like the other two it still is interesting how these couples were all experiencing crazy drama together. I would have liked more bonding from the good ol' boys considering they grew up together like brothers. But when they each took on a relationship with a girl they became so enamored in the relationship that the friendships slipped away slightly. After reading three stories I have to wonder why they were not better at supporting each other during those rough times. I do like how Monica connected all the boys together starting each story from the same point in time where each fell in love and then reclaimed it.
Aubrey, my poor Aubrey, the s*** this woman goes through.. My heart bled for her!
Totally recommend this book! Word to the wise there are some triggers in this book. Keep that in mind before you pick it up.
But if you are looking for that all consuming love, the bleed all over the page heart break, and then the beyond the moon HEA than this book is for you.
Undo Me the book you read and can't get out of your head. Here I am, DAYS later, still trying to form a thought about this book. Dylan and Aubrey go through more than I ever imagined, having had only snippets of their relationship shown in the prior books. Reading the prior books had me kind of neutral regarding Aubrey. I didn't like her much. Why was she putting Dylan through all that crap? Dylan was a sweetie, why was she so mean to him? Then I read this. I was apologizing to Aubrey with tears pouring down my face.
Let me tell you something about myself- I hate crying. Even books that everyone says "oh you are going to bawl!" Don't make me cry. This book had me crying for probably the entire second half of this. It broke me. Mind and soul. This book NEEDS to be read. For full understanding, read the prior books first.
I give this 5 emotional, tear filled, soul crushing stars.