Unbelievable

Unbelievable

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by Sherry Gammon
     
 

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Deliah Lopez Dreser’s in town to take care of family business. They say the apple doesn't fall far from the tree, but there’s more to Lilah than meets the eye. Cole’s in danger of losing his heart when this firestorm throws sparks his way. However, is she simply playing him for the fool in order to exact revenge for her brother’s murders?

Overview

Deliah Lopez Dreser’s in town to take care of family business. They say the apple doesn't fall far from the tree, but there’s more to Lilah than meets the eye. Cole’s in danger of losing his heart when this firestorm throws sparks his way. However, is she simply playing him for the fool in order to exact revenge for her brother’s murders?
Maggie and Seth’s reaction when the truth is revealed pushes friendship to the limit. And this time around it won’t be a Dreser causing an uproar in Port Fare. It will be Cole's good friend Booker.
But does Booker have it all wrong? Usually not!

Editorial Reviews

http://lepgold.blogspot.ca/ - Carrie Carrie
(Sherry) reaches right out of the pages,grabs you around the neck and holds you there until you've read every last word. It’s magical really.I don’t even have to turn the pages-they do it all by themselves-I swear! Her words are perfect, the tempo and pace are perfect and the climaxes are perfect! The character building is just beyond all reason amazing! It's like I personally know these people. There’s an abundance of humor, which is just awesome.I can’t say enough.L
http://jamiecanosa.blogspot.com/ - Jamie Canosa
There were so many things to love about Unbelievable. Lilah, oh Lilah! I love this girl. There's nothing bad about a lil kick-ass in a heroine, either. This girl has a whole host of her own issues to deal with, but she's not afraid to meet them head on and to do what needs to be done to protect the people she cares about. I think possibly my favorite thing about this book is that, though it revolves around Lilah and Cole's story, Seth, Maggie and Booker all have big roles in the story.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044438385
Publisher:
Sherry Gammon
Publication date:
03/30/2013
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Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
696 KB
Age Range:
13 Years

Meet the Author

Sherry Gammon’s debut novel Unlovable quickly rose to the top seller list on Amazon. She has added five more novels to her body of work. •Not so Easy, book one of the Souls in Peril series. A poignant story of Max Sanchez who is on a journey to help the struggling JD Miller survive high school. •Unbelievable, book two of the Port Fare series, which takes us on the bumpy pathway of love for Cole Colter. •Pete & Tink, a fun, light-hearted novella about a manga-loving geek and a five-and-a-half inch fairy. •The Experiment (co-written by two other authors). It is a speculative fiction novel about morphs, and is set in the future. •Loving Marigold, a fun romantic story about a witch that is part of the Christmas anthology A Fantasy Christmas Sherry and her wonderfully supportive husband, currently call Upstate New York home, which is also the setting for her novels. It is where they are raising their family. Sherry has a degree in Legal Assisting, and served as a medical technician in the Air Force. She and her husband worked in foster care for a number of years, from which they adopted their youngest son. She has worked in the education system for a number of years, and is currently lucky enough to be teaching teenage girls, ages 12-18. She has lived in Michigan, California, Utah, Texas, Pennsylvania, and the beautiful, but over-taxed state of New York where she has spent the last eleven years, and now considers home. It is where she spends her nights writing instead of sleeping :} Her Blog is:www.WordpaintingsUnlimited.com Unlovable Video book trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGsz1q_DYZM Souls in Peril book trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZoHO_sfP8c

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Unbelievable 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wasnt as good as unlovable. I felt like som parts were rushed especially the ending. She put too many storylines in the book and none of them were developed. I would loose track of who was talking and what day it was. Could of been a fantastic book but i feel like the author just wanted to hurry up and finish it
GeekGirlWriter More than 1 year ago
I'm a fan of Sherry's books. She's one of my favorite YA authors. The first time I read Unloveable (which is an awesome book and will soon be a movie! You can read my review from Amazon at the bottom of this post) I completely fell in love with Cole. You can ask Sherry how gaga I've been over him since then, and how excited I was when I found out she was writing a sequel starring the hunky, klutzy doc. I had a hard time liking Lilah with him, but that has more to do with the fact that no one could be good enough for my Cole than any dislike of her character. I actually really liked Lilah. For growing up as a Dreser, the girl has an amazingly high sense of morals and knowing right from wrong. And while her reasons for heading to Port Fare are a bit devious, there's some sympathy for a girl who's being forced to do something she doesn't really want to do. As for Cole . . . *sigh* Cole. Let me wipe the drool from my chin and calm my heart. I can't say enough good about this particular character. Is it weird to be in love with a fictional character? Cole is not just swoon-worthy. He's beyond swoon-worthy. He's dream-at-night-about worthy. A brilliant doctor who's a klutz constantly getting hurt and without much coordination, he is also gorgeous, kind, giving, and caring. Also, forgiving. He manages to find it in his heart to forgive what most people would find cause for hate. Hold on a minute while a have a little Cole fantasy . . . Okay, I'm back. Their love story is a cute one. I loved watching Lilah try to remain distant from Cole even as she tried to play him, but unable to resist the utter charm that is Cole. I won't give away too much of their story other than to say Sherry manages to play with your emotions and heartstrings throughout the book, and the ending was perfection (for me anyway). It was great to see Maggie and Seth again, and to watch them as they marry and begin their life together. It was also fun to see Booker (who I hope to see starring in his own book soon) and to see that Maggie hasn't let up on her teasing of him at all. You don't necessarily need to read the first book to read Cole and Lilah's story in Unbelievable, but you might be a bit lost as to who some of the supporting characters are and why it means anything that Lilah is a Dreser if you don't. I suggest you read Unloveable, then immediately follow with this one. Lucky you, you won't have to wait as long as I did for the sequel!
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This book was unbelievable. I fell in love with cole this was a great book i loved that maggie and seth was in the book as well. Can't wait for booker's book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really liked this book and if it was a stand alone then i would have loved it, but i was madly in love with unlovable. This book did a good job with booker and cole but i missed maggie and seth. I just felt i never got closer on their relarionship. I wanted to see more of them. But the book made me fall more in love with booker and cole. I cant wait for the movie to come out for unlovable!