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This is my 2nd book by Rebecca Shea and I can’t express how much I love her style of writing. The words flow and I don’t even know I’m reading…it’s like I exist within the story. But maybe that is because I “get” the characters. I become them even though I might still be very different. Ms. Shea has a way of transporting me and I will read anything she writes.
I loved Landon in Unbreakable and couldn’t wait to get to know him. As soon he saw Reagan he got that special feeling, and I was excited because I could feel it too. The chemistry wasn’t one sided and the sparks flew both ways, but I had to be patient to see them get together. However, it wasn’t that simple and the back stories (the ones we learn about later) are sad and still very raw. Both Landon and Reagan had baggage and secrets that were told to the reader a little bit at a time. Both needed to take a leap of faith and trust the other.
I loved how strong both of the main characters were. At first both characters were skeptical of dating, but couldn’t deny their attraction and just how natural it was to be with the other. Before long though Reagan wore her heart on her sleeve and just straight up told Landon to let her love him. I was fist pumping everywhere. Landon on the other hand, well he didn’t admit to anyone, much less himself that he was ready to love and be loved. That was the part that I savored. Yes I wanted them together, but I love to drag it out! That part was done beautifully.
Landon, oh you delicious man with a soul you. He was FINE. But you know what I could have liked more of? More info on his tattoos. He apparently had a lot of ink on him, and some of them were mentioned, but not enough. And they had to be important to him.
I’m a greedy reader…so I want everything. In particular I wanted to know more about their jobs, as it would have really rounded out the characters. Clearly both Reagan and Landon chose professions because of their pasts, so I knew their careers had to be important, yet were barely mentioned. I wanted to know if they had a good or bad day at work. If Reagan delivered a baby and it made her feel good, if Landon made a bust that got his juices flowing…you get the idea.
So now that you know I loved the main characters, you should know I loved the secondary ones too. Lindsay was fantastic, so much so that I truly can’t wait to read her story. She had plenty of mystery surrounding her, and I know there’s so much more to her than meets the eye. I can’t wait!
I want to touch on one last part of the story, the one about Lindsay and Landon’s mother. Ooh, I definitely didn’t like her and I don’t think I was supposed to. I’m not sure I would have brought her into the picture though. Maybe just had her discussed but no appearance…I don’t know. Or, maybe she needed to be a weaker, more selfish character so that her personality was consistent with her storyline. I’m not sure, but something about that just threw me a little.
However, it really, truly worked out fabulously. The ending was great, a HEA that made my heart sing. It also made me so excited for Lindsay and Matt. I will definitely be ready for the next book the very second it’s published.
This is Landon and Regan's story. Seemingly opposite but their attraction is undeniable. Landon is the ultimate playboy, while Regan is the saint, always helping others. They both know that they are bad for each other. Neither one wanting to get involved. But their needs out weigh their wants. Slowly becoming addicted to one another. But is it worth the risk? They both have had some pretty bad things happen to them in their past. Causing them to have relationship issues. It would be so easy for them just walk away, take the easy way out. But sometimes the hard road is the best road to follow with the most rewards. Could their chance meeting be divine intervention? Have they met their match or will they ultimately hurt each other?
After reading Unbreakable and Undone, I am now a total Rebecca Shea fan! Her books have such an easy continuity to them. She gives you just enough angst but nothing over the top. There are quite a few twists and turns that will keep you on your toes till the very end. All of her characters have an authentic feel with realistic situations. You can not help but develop strong feelings for them. They wiggle their way into your heart without you even realizing it. Leaving a lasting impression....
I'm looking forward to more from Rebecca in Unforgiven. She is on 5 star roll!!
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I did enjoy this series.
I do hate a lot of back and fourth.
but all and all it was an enjoyable read.