Series: Unexpected #2
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotica, Musician, New Adult, Romance
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Blair thought she would never get over her broken past.
West thought no one could ever see past his epic mistakes.
For the first time Blair's given a piece of herself away, picks herself off the ground and moves forward. There's a light at the end of the tunnel and it has bad boy rockstar written all over it. That's something she can work for. Something that makes her believe again.
But West is a part of rock'n'roll band, Affliction. Taking Blair on tour was his idea of heaven, but his time is in high demand and trying to be with her isn't working out as well as he'd hoped.
For Blair, being on the road with one of the most notorious bands in rock is a new kind of messed up. One she's not sure is for her…even with West in her bed.
Jake West has kickstarted her heart, but who will be the one to smash it apart?
Or will their unexplainable attraction be strong enough to save them both?
You probably shouldn’t read this review if you haven’t read the first book in this series Unexpected. Like it’s predecessor, Unexplainable is a rather short read, and picks up pretty much where the first book left off. There will definitely be spoilers for the first book if you read this review, so continue at your own risk.
Blair and West had a hot and heavy encounter that ended up being so much more. Blair and West are both a bit on the damaged side, which ends up causing some issues for them in this book. The book starts off with Blair going on tour with West’s band, since her life in Melbourne didn’t exactly have anything going for her anymore, it was an easy yes. But Blair was not at all prepared for what life is like on the road with a famous rock band, although I don’t think most people would be prepared for it and she has a hard time dealing with it. There’s even an incident with the paparazzi and the manager of West’s band is really not exactly a nice guy and it causes some issues.
West I think has more problems that Blair does. He is way more insecure then I would have thought, and he has a hard time dealing with his own demons, and worse he lets other people kind of put ideas in his head. He really needs to find a way to get his head together.
The one thing really going for this book is that the chemistry between Blair and West is still as off the charts as it was in book one. And surprisingly enough I actually enjoyed reading about their issues, it made me more excited for the next book. I highly recommend reading the first book in the series before getting to this one, but if you like short rock star romances, then this is a series I would check out.