Review

Unlovable

By Sherry Gammon

Publisher: Worldpaintings Unlimited   Pages: 364

Rated: 4 stars

Before I rant, I must explain how me reading this book finally came about!

I got a text from one of my friends saying that she was shocked at herself because she hadn’t read one of her yearly reads. Now I was curious, of course, and had to ask what the book was. It turns out that, after a few messages back and forth we discovered I had already bought the book on Kindle… 2 years ago!

I promised that I would read it once I finished my current ‘read’. Well, needless to say, I couldn’t wait and started it for my ‘bedtime’ reading… and ended up not being able to put it down.

This book was anything but unlovable and I adored it!

Seth Prescott is the man for me! Yes, he is hot, but also kind, bright, funny, sensitive and a one-woman man. He pulls at my heart strings. Maggie is someone who needs the kind of love that Seth has to give. Her mum is an alcoholic and they are struggling to survive.

With a major undercover drug operation going on in her school, Maggie manages to get caught up in it all. Plus, with Seth being one of the undercover MET officers, he must investigate Maggie and her mum. All the signs are there that something isn’t quite right, but when it is revealed what is going on, it isn’t what it seemed.

This is an amazing love story with positive and motivating aspects and I loved every second of it, devouring it in a few days.

A warning though – with mental, physical and verbal abuse at home, albeit very well written, I recommend that if you find that type of plot hard to read, sadly not to pick it up.

I can’t wait to get the chance to pick up the second book!

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4 thoughts on “Unlovable

    1. I know and understand what you mean. Some times I wonder if it is about, maybe, relating something in your own life to that character that can make them more so for one person than for another. ☺
      Sorry for a late reply work took over my life last week x

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