Unwritten (A Beachwood Bay Love Story Book 11) Kindle Edition
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I truly feel that the author got the balance in this book wrong. I felt that the h was a pitiful girl, who didn't have a lot going for her. Her family doesn't care for her, she's loved the H for 6 years (he has no idea) and now she's pining after him and of course he was her first kiss and she's never given herself to anyone. The H wants to be loved by everyone - he has 3 loving siblings even though he lost his parents whilst a teenager. He is gorgeous and women love him. Total imbalance before we start. Somehow the h gets the H to take notice of her and she uses another character to make him jealous. Eventually the H gives in and starts a 'secret' relationship with her. The more I read the worse it got. The H never really takes a chance on her and she gives him everything. It seems there always has to be a drama before he will make a stand. On the night of her birthday he disrespects her by being photographed out and about with 2 of his beautiful costars despite promising her he'd come back to her. She encouraged him every step of the way with his career and pushed him to go after the role he really wanted and he repays her by treating her badly once again. She finally stands up for herself and he lets her go without blinking. I thought the h was growing a backbone but when he eventually decides he wants her after a few months, she forgives him on the same day that he reappears. The ending was appallingly cliched with many of the characters from the other books being included in the 'make up' moment. It reminded me of a cheesy movie moment. The long and the short of this book is that the h was on the minus side and the H had everything going for him. There is no way to persuade me that these 2 would make it in the long run - the romance totally lacked credibility.
I've come to expect way more from this author and this was an absolute miss for me. I've preordered the next in the series and I'm hoping that Ms Grace will produce her usual fine work in June.
Zoey have two parents that never had any time for her. Too busy with work and other matters, they pretty much leave her alone or ship her off somewhere. She's felt so alone for years. Most of the girls at the boarding school are terrible to her and treat her horribly. Meeting Tegan and becoming somewhat of a part of the Callahan clan has helped her some. After high school graduation, she wants something different so she goes to Paris. She wants to become more sophisticated and confident and not be just the same kid that most people see.
Blake has dealt with more tragedy than most people. When he was in his teenage years, both of his parents were killed in a car accident and there for 4 kids that had to make it through and take care of each other. Ash was the oldest brother and sibling and he did everything he could to keep a roof over everybody's head. They were all dealing with things differently and Blake thought it best to try to make everyone think of other things and not be destructive. He was upset and heartbroken it all but he thought his part was to make everyone happy and think things would be ok.
Unwritten captured me from the beginning. Melody Grace's ability to create real and believable characters is amazing. With every twist and turn, I couldn't wait to find out more. Though this is a stand alone book, I will definitely be looking into other Beachwood Bay books to learn about other interesting characters from this book!
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less from Melody Grace. she has a gift, and I can not see
where that mind of hers takes us next.