Inseverable (Carolina Beach Novels)

Inseverable (Carolina Beach Novels)

by Cecy Robson

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BN ID: 2940153226927
Publisher: Cecy Robson, LLC
Publication date: 06/21/2016
Series: Carolina Beach Series , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 2,071
File size: 554 KB

About the Author

Cecy Robson is an award winning author of contemporary and new adult romance, young adult adventure, and urban fantasy. A double-nominated RITA® Finalist, Winner of the Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence, and published author of more than twenty titles, you can typically find Cecy on her laptop or stumbling blindly in search of caffeine.

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Inseverable (Carolina Beach Novels, #1) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Caroles_Random_Life 3 months ago
I just loved this book. I am really new to Cecy Robson's writing, having only listened to one other audiobook before starting this one. I loved the first book that I read from this author so I was really excited to get started with this one and I must say that it lived up to every one of my expectations. It was a really great story and the audiobook production took everything to the next level. I knew from the very start that this was going to be a different kind of romance. The book opens with Callahan in the middle of a mission which was a bit of a surprise. It was a really quick scene but it gave me a whole lot of insight regarding the things that he had seen and the things that he had done. Trinity is spending one last summer working with her friends after college before heading off with the Peace Corps. Callahan is working as a bartender where her Trinity likes to hang out with her friends and there is no going back after their paths cross. I loved Callahan from the very start. I must say that he was a bit of a grump at the start of the book but that just made me like him more. What can I say? I just love a grumpy Hero. Trinity was really perky and at the start of the book, I thought that she might be just a little bit too much but she quickly grew on me. I thought that both characters had a lot of depth and had been through a lot. I felt like these two belonged together. They had great chemistry and seemed to be exactly what the other needed. I thought that Tara Langella and Lucas Webley did a phenomenal job with this audiobook. They put a whole lot into their performance and I enjoyed the fact that the audiobook was more dramatized than the average book. Tara Langella performed all of the female voices even when the chapter was being read from the males point of view and vice versa. I have only listened to a couple of audiobooks that use that format but I think that it is quite effective and helps the dialogue feel much more natural. There were also a few well-done sound effects added to the book. I thought that both narrators had voices that were easy to listen to for hours at a time. I would recommend this audiobook to fans of contemporary romance. It was a great romance featuring two characters that I couldn't wait to see reach their happily ever after. The audiobook was a fantastic experience and I do recommend trying to listen to this one if you get the chance. I can't wait to read more from Cecy Robson. I received a review copy of this audiobook from the author via Caffeinated Services.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The first half of this book had me LOL! The second half alternating between smiles and tears. Very well written and impossible to put down. Hated for it to end!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book and can't wait for the next one to come out. Loved Callahan and Trinity. It was hard to pit this book down and sad when it was over. Great read!
lorijo42 More than 1 year ago
Love this story. Now I need Hale's story next.
BuckeyeAngel More than 1 year ago
This is the last free Summer for Trinity and her close friends before they start the real world come September. On a ritual trip to the local bar, Trinity notices the new bartender and can’t keep her eyes off of him. After an evening of trying to make him smile, or at least acknowledge her, she’s pretty sure he’s pretty close to hating her. However, it just makes her more determined. I am a big fan of this author, so I was pretty excited to read a book from the new series. Overall it was a great book. The author tends to write books with so much heartbreak and drama that you want to pull your hair out and beg for the HEA to get there. While Callahan was in a bad place personally and had went through so much, this wasn’t as heart-wrenching as a number of her other books. My only issue with this was how cheerful (determinedly cheerful at that) Trinity is. I totally understand why she is, I’m just not a huge fan of cheerful people. BUT, since it saves Callahan I did forgive her this annoying trait. I look forward to reading more from this series. I highly recommend. **I recieved an ARC of this story in exchange for an honest review
BooksAndSpoons More than 1 year ago
An astonishing story about growing, growing as a human being, to be the person you are meant to be, growing in a relationship, as you hopelessly, helplessly, and utterly are falling in love. Such a beautiful tale, it took my breath away, and left me in awe, needing a moment to regroup myself. The story is told in first person, and from both, Trinity and Callahan's point of view. As often with the 1st POV, the angst, the tension is high. You feel the pain, the hurt, the joy, the fear, and you feel it so much more intensely. And there's lots of the pain, that both Trinity and Callahan carry with themselves, though very different kind. Trinity's self esteem was low, because of her past relationship and the way it ended, with betrayal and lies. Callahan, he is in pieces after his experience in the war, as a sniper. Together, they grow, their wounds heal, the feelings get deeper, and love blooms, so fragile, yet there. But it isn't all smooth riding, without any waves. The story, it doesn't only break the heart, it felt like it shattered the soul, and then brought it back again, anew, better, healed, stronger. There are moments of such deep pain, sorrow, hurt, yet they are balanced with joy, glee, lust, and passion. There's heat, that makes you blush, and moments that got a deep belly laugh out of me. Laugh that just continued on and on, because Trinity, her mother, and really Sean as well, all provide some comic relief at times. I loved the respect the author paid to the servicemen and women, the pain and wounds they carry after their experiences, are deep, and often overlooked. I loved how the necessary care for them, and their needs, were highlighted in the story. The bonding between Callahan and Trinity's father was beautiful, as two men, who has faced the unthinkable, helped each other heal, deal with the past, and be whole again. This is a story, that no two people will read the same tale, one will see it as an incredibly hot and sexy love story, that it is. Other, will see it as the story of a wounded soldier, the healing process that is needed after all the pain and death of a war. There's the fun summer on the beach, lifeguards, the human interactions, the poor boy falling in love with the rich girl in the south, and the consequences of that, the reactions of their families. There's so much in this story, that it truly filled my mind, my heart, did good for my soul. ~ Five Spoons
jeniNY More than 1 year ago
There are so many things I loved about this book I almost don't know where to begin. First I was in love with Callahan the entire time from beginning to end. Trinity was so cool such a funny sweet girl who thought she was invisible to the opposite sex but found out later that she was totally wrong. Trinity was the perfect match for the tough, damaged ex-Army Ranger Callahan, he needed her in his life and she was determined to show him how much. The chemistry between these too was explosive from the start. Trinity's ability to make Callahan smile or groan in agony when she went off on a tangent telling one of her outrageous and usually inappropriate stories was just too funny. The more serious parts of the book regarding Callahan's PTSD issues were so incredibly well written I was glued to the page as I read the horrible things Callahan and his military brothers had to endure. Another epic love story from the amazing Cecy Robson. I adore her stories and will always drop what I am doing to get lost in her world of love, passion and finding what is missing. Great job girl, you have me hooked on the Carolina Beach Series from book one. I can't wait for the rest of the gang's stories. Such a terrific group of characters.
Nicolerko More than 1 year ago
4.5 Stars A very good engaging book. This is the first book in the series and I can already tell you I'm already in love with the series. I so loved the characters, They're a mixed bunch with all different personalities, but loyal to one another. They're enjoying their last summer together before they go their separate ways towards their futures. Trinity is their fearless leader and she's gun shy when it comes to men for a good reason. Betrayal is one of the hardest things do move on from especially from those closet to us. Now Callahan appears in her life and she can't stop the instant lust. Callahan has some of his own demons to work through from his time serving overseas. Trinity is exactly the person he needs in his life. He's a closed off, keep to himself type, but slowly Trinity works her magic. That was one of my favorite parts of the book reading Trinity and Callahan's first interactions. Callahan comes off as a jerk, but trust me right away you will be won over by him. Everything is going good for them until the bombshell Trinity delivers. Can their relationship survive it? The ending is truly beautiful and the epilogue just accompanies it so well. I definitely recommend giving this one a read.
JenPH More than 1 year ago
Trinity Summers and her four best friends are enjoying their last summer together before they all go their separate ways, with varying pursuits after college. She's already signed up to join the Peace Corps wherever they assign her in a couple of months' time. She never planned to meet a brooding man with countless demons that he prefers to deal with in silence. He scowls and makes it clear that her presence is annoying him to no end, but Trinity makes it her quest to make Callahan Sawyer smile. She disrupts his routine, and while Callahan doesn't do perky, there's something about Trinity's persistence and sunny disposition that chips away at his hard exterior. Neither one was expecting to fall for the other, but fall they do, and the summer proves to be even more memorable than Trinity could have ever hoped for. Callahan begins to trust her and sees her as his light and his home. But Trinity hasn't told Callahan about her Peace Corps plans. With a love is intense as theirs, will it all come to an end when summer does too? Okay, I could so relate to Callahan. I like my solitude and I am not a fan of perkiness in whatever shape or form. So clearly, there were times that I found Trinity a bit grating in the first half of the book. Later on, though, when we see the very heart of this young twenty-something (I'm thinking she must be twenty-two or twenty-three since she just graduated from Princeton and is about to talk her board exams), Trinity proves to be more than the girl with the perma-smile who wants everyone to bask in the same sunshiny aura that seems to surround her. Her feelings for Callahan (who I wish had a nickname) were deep and she was fully invested in him, not merely because she saw him as a broken man who need fixing but because she saw beyond the brokenness and yet wanted to be with him in spite of it. Callahan is stoic and silent but I loved seeing how he opened himself up to not just Trinity but to her friends and family as well. The two of them become so inseparable that when the inevitable comes around, your heart breaks for both lovers. There were moments in this story that I found myself snickering and those were mostly courtesy of Trinity and her band of quirky best friends. I'm not sure if the series will include all these four other friends, with two already hinted at being paired together and that's definitely the one I'm looking forward to next in the series, but I'm certainly going to hope so. Each one proved to be memorable and the bond they shared with Trinity was both touching and fun to read about and how they welcomed Callahan into their circle seemed so natural and unquestionable. Then there's also Trinity brother Landon, who clearly needs to acquire better taste when it comes to women, so I hope he also gets his story told later on in the series. All in all, I find myself engrossed in the story and how Trinity and Callahan would develop their weird pseudo courtship into a real relationship. I would have liked a bit more delving into Callahan's family background, but I'm still a highly satisfied reader and am excited to read the rest of the series. 4.5 stars for Inseverable. ♥
BehindClosedDoorsBookRev More than 1 year ago
Amount of sex - 3 / 5 How explicit - 3 / 5 Romance - 5 / 5 Overall: 4.5 / 5 I just loved Inseverable by Cecy Robson. Loved loved loved it. The main characters, Callahan and Trinity, were realistic, caring, and I just did not want the book to end. Callahan moved to the small Carolina beach town of Kiawah, moving into his late Uncle’s beach house. He was hoping to relax as he was dealing with post war PTSD. Trinity and her friends went to her family’s beach house for their last summer together before they started the work force. Neither Callahan nor Trinity were looking for a relationship, but Trinity was drawn to him. At first, Callahan did not care of Trinity, but I think she could see the pain he was dealing with. I loved reading about Callahan’s and Trinity’s friendship and enjoyed how it grew, struggled, and flourished into something amazing. If you decide to buy just one book this year, this would be it! I also think it would make an awesome movie! For more info, links, giveaway, and more go to **ARC was received in exchange for an honest review**
Maria-Rose More than 1 year ago
Inseverable is the first story in Cecy Robson's new adult series Carolina Beach. I've read a couple of her Shattered Past novels and really enjoyed them, and the plot (and cover!) of this new story appealed to me so I was quite happy to pick it up for review. Trinity is spending one more summer on Kiawah Island as a head lifeguard, before heading off in the fall for a two year Peace Corps assignment. She's had her heart broken once but it hasn't stopped her cheerful, indomitable spirit. She's determined to enjoy this one last summer with her friends and co-workers. She's not looking for a relationship, but the quiet newcomer behind the bar at her favourite hang out calls to her. Callahan is recently retired from his stint in the army, and using the summer, and the house he inherited from his uncle on the island to take stock of his life. He suffers from PTSD and isn't interested in making any friends. But Trinity manages to slip past his guard and suddenly the future doesn't look so desolate anymore. But what will happen when he finds out the woman he's losing his heart to doesn't plan to stick around? Oh my goodness, do I love Trinity! She has to be one of my absolute favourite female characters that I've read in a new adult romance. Her cheerful indomitable spirit and unflagging optimism, combined with her friendly and generous actions and attitude made her such a sweetheart! She definitely comes across as the friend you can count on in a pinch and the one you can call when you're in trouble. She loves everyone and everyone loves her - well, except for Callahan. To Callahan, who is absolutely not looking for any kind of friend as he sorts through his life, Trinity is like this annoying butterfly that keeps flitting around him. It was so funny the way he kept trying to ignore her, and she just kept coming back to coax him out of his shell, going so far as to show up really early on his morning run routes and making it her mission to coax a smile out of him. I just loved her genuine concern and care for Callahan and how she could sense that he needed someone to be persistent in their attention to prove to him that he was worth befriending. As Callahan starts to return her attentions, things heat up between them and a red-hot summer affair is the result. While the initial part of the story was full of laughs and good humour as Trinity worked her magic on Callahan, it does turn to a more emotional story as Callahan shares his PTSD issues with Trinity (once he trusts her). Your heart breaks for this young man and what he's gone through in his short life, but at the same time there is the hope that Trinity's efforts will be a balm to his soul. I confess there were some tears on my end at some parts of the story to mingle with the laughs - but that just goes to show how involved I became in their relationship and how much I was rooting for this couple to succeed. But Trinity, when she realizes that she and Callahan are really coming to care for each other, knows that she's made a mistake - her friends know she's leaving at the end of the summer but Callahan doesn't. Now that he's found his heart and home with her, how can she rip that away from him? Aagh! So much tension in that second half as you wait for the news to come out and the fallout. It doesn't seem possible that there could be a happy ending but the author skillfully weaves it all together into a truly wonderful (and sexy!) romance with a happy ending. 5 stars!
IreneC More than 1 year ago
4.5 stars So much love for Inseverable, from the first page I knew this was going to be my kind of read. The storyline was emotional, entertaining with believable, relatable and likable characters. Callahan was dealing with PTSD and the only way he could get through the day was by shutting down and not feel. And then Trinity comes into his life... I absolute loved Trinity/Trin! She was such a fun and entertaining character, loved everything about her. She was sweet, funny, adorable and had the biggest heart. I'd love to have a friend like her in my life. In the beginning I wasn't too sure about Callahan. He was moody, grumpy and not very talkative. He would ignore Trin, he found her annoying and wasn't very nice to her :( But Trin wasn't going to be pushed away. She could see that underneath this cold/rude front was a good man in pain. Trin was determined to bring some sunshine into his life, something kept drawing her to him. So many feels watching this gruff of a man slowly appear from the mile high walls he had built. We got to see this sensitive, caring, sexing man who loved with all his heart.... *swoon* It was heartwarming watching Callahan and Trin connect and fall in love, they were so good together and for each other. I had no doubt these two had a love that would last a lifetime. And that epilogue? I couldn't stop smiling, all the feels!! What a great start to the Carolina Beach series by Cecy Robson. Inseverable was a beautifully written romance that will touch your heart and I highly recommend this book!
MTSmith More than 1 year ago
I loved this story. Trinity is Callahan's sunshine. She's beauty and happiness mixed with a tiny spoonful of quirkiness. She's a one woman army whose mission is to get Callahan to smile and pull him from the murkiness he lives in. Callahan doesn't find Trinity adorable. She's annoying. She makes him feel, a lot, which is not what he wants at the moment. He's come to Kiawah to forget, to distance himself from emotions and feelings, to live alone and in peace. But Trinity's not exactly good for the peace of mind he thinks he needs. She keeps pushing all these buttons that make him want to give her a piece of his mind, lol. I'm not saying he doesn't, but his resistance to her friendliness, her openness, cracks then shatters when he realizes how much he craves everything about her and everything she makes him acknowledge. The same goes for Trinity. She was searching for something in the beginning, a place to lose herself in to escape the heartache she'd been dealt. But she didn't need to go far. Callahan was a disruption to her plan but he became a necessity in her life. This is a story I believe a lot of readers can enjoy and get lost in. You don't have to relate. You don't have to say, "Been there, done that." This is a story of moving on, moving forward, and accepting that change is a great thing, especially when it opens your eyes and heart to a life and love you never dreamed possible. 4.5* Received from publisher via NetGalley for an honest review
JensReadingObsession More than 1 year ago
Sunshine and rainbows meets dark stormy clouds is how I would describe Trinity and Callahan. Trinity is funny, sweet, loving and loyal even though she has suffered heartbreak and betrayal. Callahan's time in the Army as a Ranger has left him emotionally scarred and suffering from PTSD. The last thing he needed or wanted was overly happy girl trying to be his friend. Slowly, she begins to break down his walls with her quirky and loving ways over the course of the summer. But she's keeping a big secret from him, one that threatens the possibility of forever for them. Like all Ms. Robson books, the writing is great and full of funny, emotional and sexy moments. Great beginning to a new series! 4.5 stars I received an ARC via NetGalley for the purpose of an honest review. I was not compensated for this review, all conclusions are my own.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An incredible read! First of all, this is an absolutely fantastic novel. Callahan, a former army sniper, tends bar on South Carolina’s Kiawah Island and prefers to stay to himself. Enter Trinity, a young woman with an overabundance of energy and a sharp wit. Much to Callahan’s dismay, he can’t resist her uncanny ability to get under his skin. After a calamity of mishaps, he finds he actually looks forward to her incredible banter and persistence in pursuing him. Despite his PTSD and gruff exterior, Trinity is determined to help the lost soul she knows is suffering through every day. With outlandish antics and sincere compassion, she wears him down but fails to tell him about the secret that will shortly rip him apart. This is an incredible novel. I couldn’t help but love the characters and be drawn into their world. The story line was great, the characters well developed. Each scene flowed flawlessly into the next, actually no, it pulled me into the next because I couldn’t put the book down. Dialogue was superb. All in all, a fantastic read. Now I’m off to find more books by this incredibly talented author. One thing – this book should come with a warning – Do NOT start reading late in the day – going to work the next day without having slept is a bit*h. Five Stars.