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Unbreakable
     

Unbreakable

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by Blayne Cooper
 

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From their earliest years, five very different girls were as close as sisters—sharing everything, even secrets and lies—until their friendship and their lives were ripped apart by a devastating act of betrayal from one of their own.

Twenty years have gone by, and one woman has more cause to regret her estrangement from the group than the rest. An old

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From their earliest years, five very different girls were as close as sisters—sharing everything, even secrets and lies—until their friendship and their lives were ripped apart by a devastating act of betrayal from one of their own.

Twenty years have gone by, and one woman has more cause to regret her estrangement from the group than the rest. An old promise leads to a reunion, which unearths memories, mistrust, and hidden agendas as the former friends—grown up and grown apart—reconnect and realize the impact they've had on each others lives. Real and perceived betrayals jeopardize the entire event...as well as the hopes of a rekindled romance.

The bonds of love and friendship can be as strong as steel. But are they unbreakable.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781883523763
Publisher:
Spinsters Ink Books
Publication date:
05/24/2006
Pages:
232
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)

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Unbreakable 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
OOSABookClub More than 1 year ago
William McCall lost the love of his life seven years ago and he is still grieving. While drowning his sorrows at the local bar, he meets an interesting young lady. Keisha Gray, a teacher, is visiting her married lover for Valentine’s weekend. When she meets William she is instantly intrigued but realizes that her broken past has no room for an already fragile man. The two part ways but meet up again the next day. The pair embark on a road trip together from New York to South Carolina. Through their travels, they bond and realize they have more in common than they originally thought including a shared love for the music of Michael Jackson. Just as William and Keisha are ready to help each other heal, the past rears its ugly head. Will the two be able to continue on their path to love or will things fall apart? William Frederick Cooper’s “Unbreakable” is nearly 450 pages long. However, the story could have been told in half the number of pages. It could have been a nice love story about two people picking up the pieces of their broken lives. Instead, the author spends a lot of time talking about politics, music, and other topics that have nothing to do with the plot. I really enjoyed reading about Keisha and her issues but became pretty bored with William. This is the third novel that centers on the main character William and perhaps if I had read the other two books, I would have been more interested in his story line. This was a long, confusing read that I struggled to get through. Reviewed by Flashette
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The summary had me thinking this story would be a little more then average and I almost passed on it. But, I needed something to read for my downtime over a long, usually slow weekend at work and it is Blayne Cooper so... I picked up the book and couldn't stop reading it. Needless to say it wasn't a very productive work weekend. A great, great read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago