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Sunday, June 19

Review: Unlovable by Sherry Gammon

unlovable

Title: Unlovable

By: Sherry Gammon

Series: The Port Fare Series Book #1

Publisher: Word Paintings Unlimited (January 19th, 2011)

BookWhisperer Rating: 5 button copy

About the book:

Seventeen year-old Maggie Brown is truly the poster child for Heroin Chic, complete with her jutting bones and her dark-ringed eyes. She’s struggling with her growing feelings for the new guy at school, Seth Prescott, and fears he is just another person who will let her down, like everyone in her life has done thus far.
Seth Prescott is an undercover cop assigned to Port Fare High, and despite his job, he’s developed strong feelings for Maggie. Seth’s working tirelessly to flush out the sadistic heroin peddlers that have invaded the small town of Port Fare, New York, while Maggie fights to stay alive as the search turns deadly.

Reviews Plate Unlovable is a remarkable love story. Captivated within the first pages, this was a thrilling and quick read. I have found myself to be a sucker for the undercover ops men, but this was much more than the mysterious undercover gorgeous man. It was a story about Maggie, and her alcoholic mother. It was about this young woman's courage to overcome everything that she should be and could be; to become something exceptional. More importantly it was about this young man's ability to see the superficial layers, and fall in love this poor abused girl that is too stubborn and hard headed to accept charity from anyone. Readers will envy the relationship of these two love birds. Individually they are giving and wonderful people, but together they are awe inspiring and exceptional. Both with difficult pasts Maggie and Seth are mature beyond their years. The level of commitment in the store with stop readers dead in their tracks. I loved every heartfelt minute of this story, and I am distraught to see it all come to a close. Although, the highlight of my day was finding their will be two more books in the series. Book 2 will be the story of Cole, and book 3 will be the story of Booker. Though I must say that I believe I might stay a little partial to Seth and Maggie; I hope the next books will somewhat include them as well. I would recommend this read to anyone that liked books such as: Perfect Chemistry, The Girl I Used to Be, anything by Jennifer Echols, or Leaving Paradise. This was a truly breath taking love story that you don't want to miss.

Name Plate copy

4 comments:

haleyeliseread said...

OMG I'm so glad you liked this! I LOVED this story!! (: Great review! (:

Sherry Gammon said...

Thank you so much for the great review! I added it to my Book's blog (WordpaintingsUnlimited.blogspot.com) If you don't want me to, please let me know and I will remove it!
Thanks again!

Italia said...

This book is incredibly good. With a bit of mystery/crime scare laced throughout a couple relationships this book tells the story of one girl and her fight to survive. This book is more realistic that others in its genre because you actually see the process of falling in love for the girl and you see how dysfunctional parents can have a truly profound effect on their children.

Redspect said...

"If you haven't any charity in your heart you have the worst kind of heart trouble" to cure it help people, let's unite for one good cause, be a volunteer"save lives"!mawaddainternationalaid