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Unstoppable (A Country Roads Novel Book 3) by [Richard, Shannon]
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Editorial Reviews


"4 1/2 stars! TOP PICK! Just start reading and you won't want to put it down. The characters are so real...This is a definitely must read."―Night Owl Reviews on Undeniable

HOT! Richard's tempting second addition to her Country Roads series puts a clever spin on the small-town romance trope with great effect. The chemistry between her main characters is indisputable...a heartwarming story with clever twists that will please Richard's fans and win her new devotees."―RT Book Reviews on Undeniable

"Richard's page-turner marks her as a contemporary-romance author to watch."―Publisher's Weekly on Undone

"4 1/2 stars! These characters are rich and deep, and so expertly written that they feel like friends, and the best news of all is that this small-town series is set to continue!"―RT Book Reviews on Undone

"Funny, sassy, and sexy. Reading Shannon Richard is pure pleasure!"―Jill Shalvis, New York Times bestselling author

"A fine debut novel, Richard's populates her appealing small town with quirky secondary characters, a feisty heroine and a hero to sigh for."―Lori Wilde, New York Times bestselling author on Undone

About the Author

Shannon Richard grew up in the Florida Panhandle as the baby sister of two overly protective but loving brothers. She was raised by a more than somewhat eccentric mother, a self-proclaimed vocabularist who showed her how to get lost in a book and a father who passed on his love for coffee and really loud music. She graduated from Florida State University with a BA in English Literature and still lives in Tallahassee where she battles everyday life with writing, reading, and a rant every once in a while. Okay, so the rants might happen on a regular basis. She's still waiting for her Southern, scruffy, Mr. Darcy, and in the meantime writes love stories to indulge her overactive imagination. Oh, and she's a pretty big fan of the whimsy.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1451 KB
  • Print Length: 393 pages
  • Publisher: Forever (December 3, 2013)
  • Publication Date: December 3, 2013
  • Sold by: Hachette Book Group
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CO7FO9O
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #411,760 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I guess I'm in the minority here, but I wasn't able to finish Unstoppable, unfortunately. I got about 30% of the way through the book before I was so bored, I had to stop. I didn't know when I started it that Unstoppable was the third book in the series, but it became glaringly apparent right off the bat. A good chunk of the early part of the book was recap...what had happened in the lives of secondary characters in this book during the previous two books. This was described in a huge amount of detail, rather than just a tidbit here and there.

There was also a lot of name-dropping, which was a bit confusing. Every new character was named, described, and often some of their backstory and the backstory of even their family described...even if the character (from what I could tell) never showed up in the book again. I found myself trying to absorb all the detail, where someone's brother worked, their parents' relationship, etc., whether any of this was at all important to this particular story. Since the heroine is a teacher, it became a little tedious reading detailed descriptions of every student that showed up in a scene, no matter their importance (or lack thereof). I appreciate that the author knew her characters well, but the pace of the book was severely slowed down by having to tell the READER every detail.

Another thing that really slowed the book down for me was that there was very little action, but a LOT of reaction. Something would happen, usually nothing really big or important, and then the next 2-4 scenes would be short little scenes showing how the characters reacted to the small amount of action...sometimes a little repetively. And any action that was finally built up was shot down quickly.
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Melanie, Mel to all those who love her, is a high school math teacher with curly hair that loves to frizz in the wonderful southern humidity. Since her accident, she had been shot in book two - Undeniable, she'd been getting a lot of attention from a certain somebody who had caught her eye way before her run in with a bullet. Though a nice friendship wasn't exactly what she had in mind when she thought about him.

"Mel was a Southern girl through and through, and there was just something about a guy in a truck that drove her crazy. And Bennett in a truck? Yeah, there were absolutely no words."

But, if you were to ask him he'd simple say: "We're just friends."

When Bennett Hart had been shot down in Afghanistan it had broken more than his body. He decided to never share his pain with anyone. He was better off alone. That is until Mel turns his world upside down.

You can only run so much and so far before the love of a good woman catches up with you.

This book has added additional characters that the others did not have, including ex-military friends of Bennett's and students of Mel's. But my favorite is Hamilton, Mel's younger brother. I love his unfiltered comments to both Mel and Bennett.

"I'm pretty sure they were making out in the supply closet this afternoon," Hamilton announced to the table.

"Your intentions are written plain as day on your face, and it's rather disturbing as it's directed toward my sister. Maybe you should calm it down there, buddy."

My Favorite Part: Mel's "My I Didn't Kick the Bucket List"

I loved everything on it, including the ones Bennett later added. But I definitely loved #6!

My Favorite Moment: There are many, but I'm pretty fond of the locker room discussion between Bennett, Preston, Tripp, and Shep.
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My rating: 4.5 of 5 ⭐️

Since returning injured from active duty two years ago, Air Force veteran Bennett Hart has slowly readjusted to life in Mirabelle, working construction and renovations. He has even started building some furniture and is scheduled to help out at the local high school with a project, something he is looking forward to. He loves working with his hands and he also enjoys hanging out with Mel, the math teacher who spearheaded this project and happens to be a friend.

She's had a bit of a crush on Bennett ever since he helped nurse her back to health, but Melanie O'Bryan isn't quite sure if she is willing to stick her neck out and risk their friendship. Especially since they will be working closely together in her classroom in the near future. If anything happens it will have to be initiated by him, because the signals he is putting out are all over the map. Mel doesn't have a whole hell of a lot of experience with men, but she knows that when there is one as skittish as Bennett, one wrong move will have him running.

Urged on by his friends and unable to suppress his craving for her, Bennett finally makes his move and Mel is cautiously over the moon. It took him long enough and she wants to carefully test the waters. Who is she kidding, her heart was invested long before her mind ever caught up, and Mel knows it. as long as she keeps it to herself because she is quite sure Bennett isn't ready to hear any declarations of love just yet.

For now Bennett is enjoying being with an amazing woman who is doing all kinds of wonderful things for him. In and out of the bedroom. But he prefers not to think too much or too far ahead, he does better when he stays in the here and now.
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