Callahan, a former army sniper, wants to make an escape from his past and everything he experienced at war, but most of all, just not feel. Feeling leads to pain and he’s suffered enough. When he inherits a house on South Carolina’s Kiawah Island, he packs his bags, lured by the peace and seclusion he ...more
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Trinity, Becca, Hale, Sean, and Mason. Its their last summer before the real world
“Hey,” he says, examining the bottle. “That's some classy shit there. Hey, Mace, 2014 was a good year, wasn’t it?” “It was, Sean,” he says, rubbing his jaw like he’s trying not to laugh."
I honestly loved how relatable these characters were, literally no one had anything figured out and I was just like *yushh mah people *
This is a book that is relationships and character focused instead of the us ...more
“She’s my brightness, my light, even though I never intended her to be.”
After eight years of service to his country as an army sniper, an emotionally distressed Callahan has gone back stateside to the island of Kiawah wanting to get away from everything and everyone, craving a solitary life avoiding all types of emotion. But everyone knows what they say about the best laid plans though, because Callahan didn’t count on ...more
I just loved this book. I am really new to Cecy Robson's writing, having only listened to one other audiobook before starting this one. I loved the first book that I read from this author so I was really excited to get started with this one and I must say that it lived up to every one of my expectations. It was a really great story and the audiobook production took everything to the next level.
I knew from the very start that this was ...more
What a beautifully heartfelt romance!
I don’t want to feel anything. Maybe that’s why Trinity pisses me off more than she should, around her I feel . . . everything.
Returning from Iraq, Callahan a former Army Ranger Callahan is looking for peace and solitude. What he doesn’t need is an annoying girl bothering him constantly with her chatter, her smiles and her cheerfulness.
Trinity is enjoying a final summer of fun with her closest friends, before she joins the Peace Corps. It’s something...more
Oh my goodness, I loved this story! Can you tell?
Set up: Callahan is back in the states after spending eight years as an Army Ranger. Emotionally scarred and traumatized by what he went through overseas, Callahan is this stoic statue with everyone and every situation. Callahan first meets Trinity while working at a bar that Trinity and her friends frequent. Callahan immediately hates her. Trinity is like this constant positive tornado. Her and her friends are home ...more
I freaking loved this heroine!! My heroine-i-love shelf has mostly 4 or 5 star books which is quite telling! She had me chuckling quite a bit. I loved how she went after the H and didn't let her insecurities of being every guy's "buddy" stand in the way.
I also adored the H, Callahan, but it did take some time for me to. He came back from ...more
A Dirty Chai Latte consists of 1-ounce espresso, 4 ounces chai tea concentrate and 2 and 1/2 ounces milk. I have broken down Inseverable by these key ingredients.
Milk: Set in a small South Carolina Beach town we first meet a group of recent college graduates who have been friends since childhood. They are all lifeguards and enjoying their last summer together before heading off to college. A nice mix of guys and gals, Robson had me laughing, enjoying the ...more
Trinity was spunky, bright, quirky and sssooo funny plus she wasn't afraid to talk about sex with anyone or anywhere. Callahan was brooding, grumpy and very, very yummy. I loved how their relationship developed, and there was no insta-anything. Her friends and family were so great. I can't wait to read more about them. Nice epilogue. ...more
Trinity is ridiculous. SO ridiculous I need her to be my friend. #TrueStory. I had SOOOOO much fun reading her and she balanced Callahan very well. Becau ...more
Girl next door with sunshine oozing out her pores has her sights set on tall, dark, brooding Army Ranger who is hardened from the horrors of war. Yep, this should be interesting...
Trinity ("Trin" to her friends) is a local on Kiawah Island in South Carolina and has come back to the island after college to work her last summer as a lifeguard with her oldest, best-est friends. At the end of the summer, she'll be leaving for the Peace Corps, doing work she's done with her parents her entire life. ...more
She has yet to let me down with one of her books and this series, isn't any different. So glad I finally picked this one up and am kicking myself I waited so long to do so. ...more
Inseverable opens with Trinity and her childhood friends all coming to the beach to work as lifeguards and enjoy their last summer before careers, grad school, jobs, and the peace corps, in her case, pull them apart. Trin comes from money, but she's a selfless, happy person with a huge heart. She can't stand to see someone hurting and in nee ...more
Ive been on a Cecy Robson contemporary roll as of late. I’ve just torn through six of them back to back and I was still ready for more; however, I’m now out of books. Le Sigh… So anyway, I think this was one of my favorites! Ok so at first I was not on #TeamTrinity she was a bit to “peppy” for me.. But like she does with Callahan she really grew on me until I found her quite endearing and thinking I could totally be friends with this chick. She’s loyal, car ...more
Beautiful, heart wrenching, funny are just a few of the adjectives used to describe this story. True love doesn't always come easy. Trinity and Callihan prove that true love will never give up.
At first, Callihan was a closed off, tormented shell of the man he once was. His uncle left him his house on Kiawah Island and he was content to remodel that house while working as a bartender at the local hangout. He was broody and didn't want to deal with anyone. After ...more
As the summary describes, we have Callahan-an ex-army sniper, who has dedicated years in service to the nation and has seen unspeakable horrors that have left him reeling with nightmares and PTSD.He inherits his ...more
So much love for Inseverable, from the first page I knew this was going to be my kind of read.
The storyline was emotional, entertaining with believable, relatable and likable characters.
Callahan was dealing with PTSD and the only way he could get through the day was by shutting down and not feel.
And then Trinity comes into his life...
I absolute loved Trinity/Trin!
She was such a fun and entertaining character, loved everything about her. She was sweet, funny, adorable and had the big ...more
And not just tears of pain or hurt, either. Tears of happiness, too. Of laughter. Because this book had all of those things stitched into its page. I'm a fan of Cecy Robson, her Shattered Past and O’Brien ...more
Callahan is back on U.S. soil from spending years being an Army Ranger. He is still trying to find his footing while being back. He first meets Trinity when he is working in the bar where her and her friends come during the summer. Upon meeting Trinity h ...more
From the characters to the storyline I was hooked and had a difficult time putting it down, in fact I did the whole struggle to keep my eyes open to continue reading thing and failed miserably, Inseverable brought out all the FEELS and I didn’t want it to end.
The description of Trinity was what drew me to the book. I love it when the heroine, or hero, tend to see themselves as only being the nerdy, quirky one of the bunch when they are really so much more and T ...more
I loved the heroine of this story, she was really one of a kind! Trinity Summers is generous, caring, lively and warm. Her family comes from old Southern money, but she was raised with the idea that all good things should be deserved and that life’s purpose should be helping others. She spends her last summer free of life’s demands with her group of friends, serving as lifeguards on Kiawah Island.
When she meets Callahan Sawyer at a local bar, she is attracted to him but their first inte ...more