Series: Unexpected

Unintended by Amity Cross

Posted September 12, 2014 by Kate in Liked It, Review / 0 Comments
Unintended by Amity Cross

I have to say that I enjoyed this book of the series more than the other two, but then again I am always a sucker for a good conclusion. Book two in this series ended in a bit of a cliffhanger so it was good to get the conclusion, plus I actually felt like this book wrapped up the story really well, I was satisfied with the ending (and we all know how much it sucks when you don’t like the ending of a book series, thankfully not the case here). So beware of spoilers if you haven’t read the first two books. So when we start in book three, Blair and West aren’t together anymore, in fact more than that Blair has started her life over from scratch in a completely new place. Only West isn’t willing to let Blair go, he wants her back, he has to find her and convince her that the two of them belong together. So West comes up with a plan, and it’s a great plan, and it’s super fun to read it all unfolding. West has put so much of himself into this plan to get her back,and he is really putting himself on the line, and things could end up not paying off, but he does it anyway. The pacing is really fast in this book, its like a whirlwind of will they end up back together, will West’s big grand gestures work? This is a great conclusion to the series. […]

Unexplainable by Amity Cross

Posted September 3, 2014 by Kate in Liked It, Review / 0 Comments
Unexplainable by Amity Cross

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 […]

Unexpected by Amity Cross

Posted August 25, 2014 by Kate in Just Okay, Review / 0 Comments
Unexpected by Amity Cross

  Unexpected is quite a short read, I’m pretty sure that all the books in this series are relatively short reads as well, so I will keep this review on the shorter side so I don’t give too much away. I normally am not a fan of shorter books, what can I say I liked books that are apically long, but as it turns out I do on occasion need a book that’s shorter in length, and so I turned to this series. I actually liked the character of Blair, she wasn’t exactly the standard heroine, and I loved that about her. She has some past history that she copes with by finding available men in bar, learning nothing about them, and having her way with them. But hey this is a romance so of course one of these guys gets hooked on her. Enter West, who it turns out is not just some random dude, nope he is the lead singer in a rock band. This book definitely is steamy, so if that is something that you are looking for then this is so your book. And I liked West as the hero of the story. He seems to have his own damaged past he is dealing with, so maybe the two of them aren’t exactly the best people to be together, but then again I liked that about them. There are some interesting events within the book, but I really don’t want to ruin anything for future readers. […]