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Untouched (A Beachwood Bay Love Story Book 1) Kindle Edition
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No one ever expects anything good from Emerson. He drinks and sleeps with random girls, waking up not knowing where he is and feeling even worse about himself. Until he meets Juliet one day when he is driving back into town. They both just feel there is something between them right from the beginning. It was really sweet. Both think the other can't possibly like them, they have too many issues, but they just work. I enjoyed this read even though it was a quick one. Emerson and Juliet are great together. She is there for him when he needs it, even if he tries to push her away, and he for her. They both have issues at home and are both trying to figure out how to deal with them. Though they haven't known each other for very long they both are head over heels for the other. That doesn't make it easy, they have bumps in the road, but hopefully they can work it all out forever.
I didn't realize when I started it that I had read the next chapter of their story already (at the time I didn't know there was this book) and I hadn't enjoyed that book. Though now that I have the backstory I am looking forward to re-reading it to see what happens as I don't really remember. Emerson and Juliet are just so great together I need to see what happens next.
This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland
Untouched did a lot of character building to give some insight into who Emerson and Juliet really were and what made them fall in love with each other. They each have turmoil in their family lives and demons in their past and those are highlighted here to give us an idea of why they need each other so much and why they will always need each other.
"I know what that's like. I know how dark is seems, fighting to stay above water, when the world is conspiring to pull you under."
Emerson seems to always be pushing Juliet away and Juliet isn't one to give in so easy. She knows how he makes her feel and once touch or look from Emerson brings her un-done. He has never found a girl that makes him feel like she does and as much as he thinks he is no good for her, three little words is all it takes for him forget everything and drag her back into his arms.
I felt like they fell "in love" a little too fast. I understand the way they make each other feel and the attraction that neither can deny but it seemed so fast to say "I Love You" to each other. In the end, we know that summer doesn't end in happily ever after but will they get their HEA in Unbroken?
I wasn't a huge fan of this book or of the main characters. I couldn't really get a good grasp of who they were, of what they wanted, of much of anything other than Emerson was a hot head and Juliet was a hot mess.
The editing is also atrocious. But I can see the good in the author's writing and in the storyline itself so I haven't given up yet....