I loved Unlovable (Port Fare #1). It was the story of Seth and Maggie. And I loved getting to see those two characters again, still in love, and engaged to be married. Even if they were just supporting characters, it was nice to revisit them and see how they're doing.
Unbelievable is Cole and Lilah's story. Cole is a doctor; an extremely kind, thoughtful, and, oh yeah, clumsy doctor. Lilah is the youngest child of Harry Dresser. That's the father of the guys who tried to kill Maggie in Unlovable. And Harry has forced Lilah to gather information on Seth, Maggie, and Booker so that he can kill them. All Lilah wants is to be left alone. She wants nothing to do with her father's business.
I love Cole's gentleness and protectiveness. I never thought about how there were different ways you could be protective until I read this book. Seth and Booker are extremely protective of Maggie, but in a take-action kind of way. Cole is protective of Lilah in a gentle way. Does that make sense? Never mind...
Anyways, I also love Lilah's spunk and attitude. Her father has told her that Maggie murdered her brother in cold blood, that she has no heart. But Lilah starts to realize that her father lied to her, that her brother was this mentally unstable person. And she also starts to fall for Cole as much as she tries not to.
I cannot wait for the third book!!!! I'm soo excited to finally read Booker's story!!!!!(less)
Bridget's father is dead and her relationship with her mother is strange. I wasn't very happy that by the end of the boo...moreOriginal review at Gabic Reads
Bridget's father is dead and her relationship with her mother is strange. I wasn't very happy that by the end of the book Bridge still hadn't repaired her relationship with her. I did love Matt. Gretchen McNeil did a good job developing their relationship. The demons were well written. It would be nice if there was a sequel. But I am eagerly anticipating McNeil's upcoming Young Adult Thriller, Ten (September 18).(less)
I loved the plotline to Angelfire; the main character, not so much. Ellie was written like she had multiple personalities disorde...moreReview at Gabic Reads
I loved the plotline to Angelfire; the main character, not so much. Ellie was written like she had multiple personalities disorder, One minute she was a scarde tennage girl, the next she was a badass warrior smiting everything in her path. Second, she was always manipulating Will, her guardian angel, into doing whatever she wanted. Will always has her back and would do anything for her, but she goes and turns it against him. And she completely neglects her friends once she meets this hot guy. Ellie turns into one of 'those girls.' You know, the girls whose only life is with her boyfriend. I don't believe I'll be reading the sequel.(less)
Let me start this out with Antony got on my nerves. A lot. He had his moments, but for the most part he was a jerk and...moreOriginal review at Gabic Reads
Let me start this out with Antony got on my nerves. A lot. He had his moments, but for the most part he was a jerk and not very likable. And while I liked Amber well enough, she too got on my nerves often. Antony's parents were enjoyable though and I felt they had a good back story. Spill Over never really caught my attention though. I could easily put it down for several days and not mind at all.(less)