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  • Posted December 30, 2013

    have written many reviews and some of them have been hard to do.

    have written many reviews and some of them have been hard to do. This one physically hurts my heart. I read the first book Undescribable and I loved it so much. Slade was one of my favorite BBFs. I was so excited to get the next installment of this series.

    I know that the first book ends with a lot of emotional things going on, it broke my heart. Unbearable starts off right where we left off. I understand that we all had to experience what Sam was going through, I wanted to feel it and go through it with her. Now with that being said and this is where my chest constricts, I unfortunately did not connect with it at all. I felt no emotion; I felt that the characters did not portray their feelings with enough conviction to make it believable to me.  Most of the beginning of this book left me feeling confused. I wanted more depth and communication. The two of them finally realized they were in love; I wanted that to be what brought them together and really start to feel happiness among all the sadness that was going on. I wanted the strength of Slade to be what Sam needed to help her deal with her pain and start to heal. Slade just did not seem to know what to do. Relationships are a new thing for him, but he had a support system of a loving family that should have shown him the way.

    Slade is a huge Alpha type of man. He likes to get kinky and be in control and Sam loves it too. That is what she needed and Slade was always in tune to her needs. But neither one of them seemed to know what to do for the other. Slade was so held back in such a large portion of this book, I was screaming to get the man I fell for back. I felt the story lacked the content and connection that the first book gave us. It took me days to get through the book which never happens to me. I wanted to put it down and not look back, but I felt as a reviewer it is my responsibility to read the entire book till the end, so that my review is based on my full feelings.

    I did like the two POVs of the story, but at times was even confused at to what was going on. The story lacked its usual cohesiveness. There are some interesting developments within the story, which I can see will not be resolved until the third book. I am still invested in these characters. I know they have to be in there somewhere. I still plan to read the third book when it’s released hoping that what I came to love about the characters in the first book is brought back. So it is with a heavy heart that I had to write a poor review. It was not until the very last few chapters where the best part took place. I could give this book a higher rating based on those chapters alone, but in all fairness that would not be right, because in my opinion, a few chapters are not what makes a book a good book.

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