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Untouchable

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  • Posted December 5, 2013

    A friend of mine really loved this one and wanted me to read it.

    A friend of mine really loved this one and wanted me to read it. So, I bought it and was looking forward to reading it, because she felt so passionate about it. So, what did I think? I liked it. It certainly kept me on my toes. Leese was a little hard for me to connect with, but I loved "Evan". I had a bit of trouble with the religious undertones, but I've been told that in the rest of the series, it becomes less of an issue, because Leese's views change a bit. I really liked the supporting characters. Ryan is pretty great and I loved Leese's friend Jewel. She made me laugh. And I've been told Ryan plays a bigger role in the next book, so I'm pretty excited about that. I also really liked "Evan's" family. They intrigue me. Bottom line: I liked it and I'll read the rest of the series to find out what happens. I'm definitely curious! 
    Side note: It needs a new cover. I wouldn't have looked twice at this one if my friend hadn't told me to read it.




    Quotes:
    -"Can you believe it?" she asked, but didn't wait for anyone to respond. "It's like the gods are dropping good looking guys from the sky! First Evan and now Ryan-who's going to enroll now? Brad Pitt?"-Loc 675




    -"In five weeks, I'm going to put a bullet in you. I've been on a path straight to hell for the last seven years and even though this feels good right now, I'd rather go back to feeling nothing at all."-Loc 2233

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  • Posted May 11, 2013

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    Untouchable had a lot of great things going for it. For one, I l

    Untouchable had a lot of great things going for it. For one, I love romance suspense and it has plenty. Also, the characters were fabulous. Annalisa, is a normal but very rich high school student. Money makes people stupid and greedy, so someone has hired a hitman to kill her. The thing I liked most about Annalisa is that although she comes face to face with the man who is supposed to kill her, and she doesn't falter. She looks him straight in the face and deals with the inevitable, that she is going to die. She also uses the bond between them to her advantage, and gets him to find out who's behind the hit and protect her family. That girl has brains. As for Evan, all around tough guy, has a soft side buried way down deep. Towards the the end he bugged me a bit, got a little bit too weepy but completely redeemed himself in the end. I liked in the beginning you are introduced to two male characters but don't know which one is the bad guy. Made things interesting for a while. This is one of those good fast paced stories that hook you right from the beginning and can't stop reading because the next page just might be even better. Although I listed this as a Mature YA 17+, it does contain violence and sexual scenes. Enjoy!

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  • Posted February 27, 2013

    At it's core, this book is about first love and redemption.  Lis

    At it's core, this book is about first love and redemption.  Lisse is a wealthy, almost 18 year old student and basically in a modified
    witness protection program because her mother believes strange things are happening to the family.  Evan (actually Micah) is a 23 year 
    old mafia hit man who infiltrates Lisse's school in order to fulfill a contract on Lisse's life.  What follows is a tale of Lisse falling for Evan,
    realizing what his ultimate goal is, and striking a deal with him to save her mother and little sister. The plot moved well, the dialogue was
    appropriate and the level of detail for certain components (specifically cars, guns and the inner workings/culture of the mob family) was
    well written.  Micah's inner conflict is described well.  Lisse sees a side of Micah that no one else does and is able to penetrate his
    facade allowing him to know about and experience true love for the first time. The ending was sweet and the reference to a certain song
    was brilliant!.  There are strong professions of faith throughout the book that Lisse uses to convince Micah about a higher power and
    plan for their lives.  Some may be turned off by the frequency and overt references to God. My primary concern about the book is I had
    difficulty believing that a girl of Lisse's age and social status had the depth of maturity she displayed about several situations.  Overall,
    I enjoyed the book and felt it was worth a read.

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