Unbreakable [NOOK Book]

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*Mature YA*

Book #2 of Tess Oliver's 'Years from Home' trilogy.

Poppy Seabrooke knows one thing for certain; she would rather die than end up married to the warlock, Angus Wolfe. Thanks to Angus, she is a complete stranger to Cade Tanner, the man she loves, and true happiness seems far from reach. But after Cade saves her from nearly ...
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Unbreakable

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Overview

*Mature YA*

Book #2 of Tess Oliver's 'Years from Home' trilogy.

Poppy Seabrooke knows one thing for certain; she would rather die than end up married to the warlock, Angus Wolfe. Thanks to Angus, she is a complete stranger to Cade Tanner, the man she loves, and true happiness seems far from reach. But after Cade saves her from nearly drowning, she senses that he has not forgotten her completely.


Cade Tanner walked out of the jailhouse convinced that something wasn’t quite right . . . as if he’d left something behind. Something he needed badly.

Then an accidental brush with the U.S. Marshal's wife changes everything and nothing in his life will be the same again.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016356198
  • Publisher: Tess Oliver
  • Publication date: 3/14/2013
  • Series: Years from Home , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 292,801
  • File size: 4 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 18, 2013

    "Unbreakable" is a wonderful follow up to "Distra

    "Unbreakable" is a wonderful follow up to "Distraction." Poppy has been living in Montana posing as the wife if U.S. Marshall Wife. However, Wolfe is the warlock who has tricked her into a blood pack of marriage. While she await a decision from the Council of Witches on her fate, Poppy must endure watching the man she truly loves, Cade, ignore her because Wolfe has altered his memories.

    Little does Poppy know but Cade's memory of her and their love for each is still intact. He just has not had an opportunity to see her alone to tell her even though on a couple if occasions he has come to her rescue. When Wolfe is forced to return to Salem to meet with the Council, Poppy is left behind. Soon she is danger when three robbers come to town wreaking havoc. In the aftermath of the chaos, it is discovered that Wolfe is not really a Marshall and the town turns on Poppy.

    When Wolfe returns to whisk Poppy back to Salem Cade manages to tag along. Both Cade and Poppy will be forced to face more trials and tribulations if they truly hope to be together. The writing in this book is rich with vivid imagery and action. I really could see the progression of growth and expertise in the writing of Tess Oliver. The ending promises more surprises and adventure in the third book. No, I will not spoil it for you by giving you a hint. This is one story you need to read and savor for yourself.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 2, 2013

    another one

    Here's another story that could have been much better without the swearing and the explicit sex. it will be deleted from my library

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2013

    Intetesting Story Line

    This book would be recommended for late teens to young adults. The love scenes are tame by today's standard and language is not offensive. What is distracting are grammatical errors and mispelling words.

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    Posted August 16, 2013

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