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(Untouchable #2)

4.09  ·  Rating details ·  2,828 ratings  ·  157 reviews
Annalisa believes she finally has a chance to share forever with Micah, but her fear that something will destroy their happiness grows stronger every day. He changed everything to be with her, leaving his horrible past far behind as they begin to see a bright and beautiful future together. Unfortunately, someone in the mob isn't willing to let go of their best hit man.

Kindle Edition, 364 pages
Published December 30th 2011
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Aug 25, 2013 rated it it was amazing

Sweet Jesus. After finishing Untouchable I was both excited and reluctant to start Unforgivable, and it was with good reason. This series is completely blowing my mind. I was not sure what I was expecting to find in the pages of the second book but it sure as hell was a shock to my emotional system. Very few characters in a book can cause your brain to switch from love to hate and back to love. I found myself struggling at times to find my own forgiveness in my heart for Micha. This book pulled
Chantal ❤️
Nov 26, 2016 marked it as read-when-i-am-brainless
This book is not for me because of this....

If this is your thing then go for it.
The religious themes in this book, like the first, were a little overpowering for me. I get that Leese's religion informs her choices and the way she lives her life, but it is so in your face - especially toward the beginning of the story. Putting that aside, I couldn't put 'Unforgivable' down. I considered it to be better than 'Untouchable'. The character choices and emotional reactions seemed to be much more realistic and raw or perhaps just better written... I was really happy to see a lot mo ...more
Nov 13, 2012 rated it it was ok
Wow hard book to rate

First let me start by saying there is rape in this book. Brutal rape.

I wish it hadn't been played out the way it was because without it I would have given the book a higher rating

Minus that distasteful scene it's another whirlwind book about love, hit men, The Family, danger an forgiveness.

It starts out beautifully with the planning of Micah an Leese wedding. Then it all goes to hell in a hand bag.

What we do get is to see Ryan shine in his own right.

Overall it's a good boo
May 31, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 1-favourites
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Jacqueline's Reads
Feb 18, 2014 rated it it was ok
2.5 Frustrating Stars

Where do I begin with this? Unforgivable was such a disappointment.


There are so many things that went wrong in this book and excuse me for my slightly spoilerish review.

One of the reasons why I enjoyed book 1, Untouchable so much was because it was just so action back and there was this crazy love story. Unforgivable starts off where Untouchable left off. Annalisa and Micah are engaged and plan their wedding.

For the first
May 07, 2012 rated it it was ok
Right now I am holding myself back from continuously smashing my kidle over a counter top.

I dont like leaving bad reviews, I swear normally I just wont write anything. So heres me not writing anything..

Na fuck that. I will say SCREW YOU for hooking me. I read this in 2 sittings because I just had to see how this all panned out. So Props to Lindsay Delagair and I honestly mean that, hooking someone into a book is never easy and there was no way I could put this down.

However!!!!! Holy. Fudgenuts
Apr 30, 2012 rated it really liked it
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Amanda (Hootie) Clark
Feb 24, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
Before I start my review I want to warn you that if you haven't had a chance to read book 1 Untouchable then you need to turn around and go back to "GO" and Collect $200 dollars because below lies spoilers!!!









So when Untouchable ended we learned that the new guy Evan Lewis was really Micah Gavereen, the s
Aug 05, 2012 rated it liked it
Unforgivable begins with the wedding plans. What begins as a happily ever after soon becomes a nightmare. The young couple is forced to separate, and both of them are utterly devastated. Leese relies on Ryan, which leads to a lot of confusion on both their parts as emotions escalate and cause Micah to believe she's cheating on him, while Micah turns to his old habits and anger to get him through. For most of the book they are apart. There's no reconciliation at all until about 85% of the way thr ...more
Why? Why?
I just didn't get this book. I was soooo enamored and happy when I finished Untouchable that I was dying for the second book and when I was reading it, after the first 100 pages, I was literally on the verge of tears because the story line was very very very frustrating and not something I could ever go for again. I hated HATED absolutely loathed Leese in this book. Everytime she spoke to Ryan or whenever she was with him, the one word that came to my mind was -- S**t or W***e. I know i
Sep 15, 2013 rated it really liked it
★★★✩ 3.5 stars!

Story continues where it left on the first book... this time Annalisa (a.k.a. Leese) and Micah is all excited and happy to get married. But Leese can't help feeling her happily every after is gonna be short lived.

Then D'Angelo happened. D'Angelo, Micah's previous mob boss will do anything to get Micah back.

This is one hell of a roller coaster ride and I "almost" enjoyed the whole ride... I say almost cause the sort of "american idol" contest going on was cool at first but it drag
May 05, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 4-stars
Fans of Untouchable won't be disappointed by this novel. Just like its predecessor, Unforgivable was packed with romance and suspense. Unforgivable was a great addition to the Untouchable series.

Unforgivable picks up where Untouchable left off. This story was just as good as, if not better than, Untouchable.

Both of the main characters make unforgivable - extremely hard to forgive - choices in this emotional novel. And in the end, - after the drama, heartache, and tears - the characters have to
Akanksha❤ Søren♰
Found this book a litte dragged in the middle, but overall I loved it.

Love Ryan!!
I wanted to stab Micah at a point, but still loved him
I hate Candace, Stupid fucking bitch.

The cars in this book totally make you drool! Like seriously, they are FUCKING HOT!!
Nov 01, 2013 rated it did not like it
He rapes her??!!!

OMG!!! he rapes her, she ends up pregnant, and she still goes back to him, coz that was gods will??!!! WTF!!!!!! what is wrong with these people??!!!!
May 13, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Can't wait till the 3rd one comes out!!! Hurry Lindsay, I'm dying here :)
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Sep 23, 2012 rated it really liked it
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Wow! Unforgivable! What a book!

I was hooked from the get go with the first book, Untouchable in the series and continued right away with Unforgivable. Just like the first book, it was filled with romance, mystery, passion, and suspense. I wasn’t expecting the two characters to be apart for the majority of the book. I usually HATE that when characters spend the entire book separated but not in this case, I actually think both characters really ne
Jun 08, 2013 rated it really liked it
So there were a couple things that irritated me about this book. In the beginning Leese seemed to have an issue about wine. Really the man can't have a glass of wine. I mean he didn't shoot you like he was suppose to, dropped out of the mob and agreed to wait until the wedding night and your going to pitch a fit about wine! Oye. I found it a little presumptuous of her. And I mean really it's ok that your brother in law is shacking up with mom, the same one that tried to kill you twice but wine i ...more
Jul 04, 2013 rated it it was ok
As a reader, I tend to like my books drama filled. But there's a definite line to cross where it becomes too much, too wrong. Unforgivable definitely crossed that line. The title is 150% accurate.

The beginning makes you feel pretty good and giddy. Everything is perfect. Theyre getting their lives together, theyre in love, theyre happy. Cue the sighs.

My only complaint was Leese controlling whether he could drink a glass of wine or not. I didnt understand her anger or problem with a glass of wine
Apr 11, 2013 rated it it was ok
I thought Leese was an idiot for leaving. She showed such courage in the first book and then in this one she just takes off on Micah, days after they marry.

Oh and I hate how this book picked up only 5 days after he asks her to marry him. I wish the author would have made the time longer. Don't know why it bothers me, but it does.

Also, the whole thing leading up to the marriage was so annoying. They were so freaking lovey dovey it was sickening. A lot of the stuff seemed like filler.

And the who
May 19, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
Wow!Even better than the first one.I really loved this book.And it's going right up there on the top spot in my favorites shelf(after a year of staying there,Thoughtless is going to be second best).I don't even have words to describe it.What I can tell is that it's a MUST READ.I sincerely recommend this series with all my heart!5 freackin' stars!!!
Anna Bonsteel
Dec 21, 2017 rated it did not like it
I just finished this book and I am so mad! I wish I never read this seires after this book because even before Micah hurt Leese I hated him as soon as she left. He was a totally different charecter in this book. I am amazed at the lack of faith that Micah had in Leese. There was not a single thing I liked about this book. Be warned there were plot holes, the story suck, it was miserable, and it ruined the first book for me. (And untouchable is my favorite book!) Ahhh I am so pissed! Also the thi ...more
The second book in Lindsay Delagair’s Untouchable series was fantastic! Just so riveting and passionate! The novel focuses on wealthy, Annalisa Winslett, and her killer-for-hire lover, Micah Gavareen. While the story did not quite include much of Micah, it brought together the friendship of classmate Ryan and Leese wonderfully. Ryan, who was not too shabby on the eyes with his steller good-looks and fascinating tattoos, was charming and honest. Truly a friend to Leese when the need so drasticall ...more
RO Mejia
This is the sequel to Untouchable, and the love story of Micah, and Annalisa, (Leese), and their continuing saga. Micah and his family are a part of the Mob, and very connected. Micah is one of the top hit men in the organization. Each and every one of his immediate family members is an intricate part of this organization. Leese comes from old money. She is wealthy, and was brought up in Palm Beach. This story starts with the preparations for the wedding of Micah and Leese. They planned on getti ...more
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Feb 13, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2013-read-list

Ahhh!!!!! OMG, these books are amazing. Imagine the best soap opera ever mixed with the mafia/contract killers and you have Untouchable. It's been a few days since I read these and they are still with me. Lingering. Popping up at the rarest of moments and staying with me until I have either immense anger at certain plot points or want to die with the awesomeness of it all.

Book one was by far the best. I will say, for me at least, the books are extremely predictable. Not in a bad way
Jan 17, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: lendable, favorites
...I wanted to give this book a 5 star rating.. i really did because it's and amazing book and it was almost as good as the first one at first. The reason i didn't give it the 5 stars was because i have always hated the books where the main character(the people i want to know of) are separated for more than half of the book. -_- i only got a little bit of "Micah & Annalisa" at the end! and even then i felt like the happiness was not total. Moving on, after reading this book i felt a little b ...more
Jun 15, 2015 rated it liked it
I don't even know where to start with this book, I don't know whether I should be crying, screaming in anger or throwing my epub reader across the room in disgust! How about we start from the start? Micah and Leese are all smiles and love hearts, everything is going to plan until everything goes down hill, fast and hard. With the first book, I honestly could not stand Leese - she was weak, annoying and sobbing all the time like a baby BUT thank goodness she grew some lady balls in 'Unforgivable' ...more
May 17, 2013 rated it liked it
3 Stars

After giving the first book in the Untouchable series 5 stars, I was really disappointed with the second book. I really really wanted to like it but there was just something missing with this book for me. The squeal of Untouchable could have gone so many ways and I'm sad to say this book just didn't go the way I wanted it to. I just found it.. average?

I loved the beginning of the book where Leese and Micah were planning their wedding and when Leese got a lift to the devil D'Angelo himse
The BookWhisperer
Jul 12, 2012 rated it liked it
Shelves: series
Ok! I am such a conflict of emotions at the moment. Micah and Annalisa are allowed a moment of happiness; then just dropped into one heaping pile of CRAP! What to say about this is almost beyond me, but I am going to try to befuddle my way through this review. I really really like this storyline. Micah, one the mob's best hit men, is an instant attraction in this book. He is dark, dangerous, and scary which ironically is what every romance reader loves. Annalisa is beyond perfect, almost to the ...more
Sep 19, 2012 rated it really liked it
I have mixed feelings for this book.

First of all, the drama never ends. The book starts with the wedding plans and Micah's change of heart. About 75% of this book Leese and Micah are separated. Fine, I get that Leese is just trying to save Micah's family by being selfless and sacrificial--yet again.

Second, I hate Micah's personality in this book. He keeps on proving that he will change and all, yet going gets tough he's back immediately in his mob lifestyle. The way he acted after being drugge
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“Why does this have to ‘be it’ for us? Can’t we keep in touch?”

“No one ever does that, Leese. Everyone has good intentions and then they drift apart and the years slip by, and before you know it, we’ll only be a memory for each other.”
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