Unforgivable (Untouchable, #2)
Annalisa believes she finally has a chance to share forever with Micah, but her fear that something will destroy their happiness grows stronger every day. He changed everything to be with her, leaving his horrible past far behind as they begin to see a bright and beautiful future together. Unfortunately, someone in the mob isn't willing to let go of their best hit man.The second book in the Untouchable trilogy takes you on a journey of love, passion, sacrifice, heartbreak, and hope. She touched his heart, but what happens next should be…Unforgivable.

Unforgivable (Untouchable, #2) Details

TitleUnforgivable (Untouchable, #2)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseDec 30th, 2011
Rating
GenreRomance, New Adult, Young Adult

Unforgivable (Untouchable, #2) Review

  • Michelle
    January 1, 1970
    Sweet Jesus. After finishing Untouchable I was both excited and reluctant to start Unforgivable, and it was with good reason. This series is completely blowing my mind. I was not sure what I was expecting to find in the pages of the second book but it sure as hell was a shock to my emotional system. Very few characters in a book can cause your brain to switch from love to hate and back to love. I found myself struggling at times to find my own forgiveness in my heart for Micha. This book pulled Sweet Jesus. After finishing Untouchable I was both excited and reluctant to start Unforgivable, and it was with good reason. This series is completely blowing my mind. I was not sure what I was expecting to find in the pages of the second book but it sure as hell was a shock to my emotional system. Very few characters in a book can cause your brain to switch from love to hate and back to love. I found myself struggling at times to find my own forgiveness in my heart for Micha. This book pulled out all the stops with the tension and drama of both an intense love story, a love triangle and a suspenseful angsty romance. Annalisa and Micha are finally together, he has freed himself from the reigns of the mob and is ready to start a life with the woman that changed his entire world. But when you are just that good at what you do, escaping the mob is not as easy as it seems. With the reality of what is at stake. Annalisa has a choice to make.And although I seriously had some major issues with Micha's actions I just could not find it in my heart to let go of all the goodness we had seen in him. And I know that Ryan is serious swoonworthy material, but my heart was already in lock-down mode for one particularly fucked up hit man. There is so much more to this book that would just give way too much away by even trying to get into minor details. But lets just say that their romance however intense had quite a detour that left you in knots through the start, middle and ending. You got moments of sheer happiness when you felt everything would just work out perfectly and before you could even process that tightness in your chest - it was all ripped away from you.Annalisa loved a man that never thought he was worthy of her love, that he was too much of a monster to ever deserve her innocence. But what Micha never imagined was the lengths that Annalisa would go to because he was worth it.Much in the fashion of Untouchable, we are not left with a cliffhanger ending. But there is enough hanging in the air to give you a gut feeling that this is far from over. And now that I am sitting here at two in the morning I am seriously having to restrain myself from starting book three. Part of me wants to enjoy the ending of this book for as long as possible before I put myself through the wringer with Untraceable because I have a feeling that this series might just go out with one hell of a bang. The author does an amazing job of telling their story and bringing out so many emotions as you read the words on the pages. This is one of those books that you can just picture scene after scene in your head as you turn the page.
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  • Chantal ❤️
    January 1, 1970
    This book is not for me because of this....https://www.goodreads.com/review/show...If this is your thing then go for it. NOT FOR ME!
  • Megan
    January 1, 1970
    The religious themes in this book, like the first, were a little overpowering for me. I get that Leese's religion informs her choices and the way she lives her life, but it is so in your face - especially toward the beginning of the story. Putting that aside, I couldn't put 'Unforgivable' down. I considered it to be better than 'Untouchable'. The character choices and emotional reactions seemed to be much more realistic and raw or perhaps just better written... I was really happy to see a lot mo The religious themes in this book, like the first, were a little overpowering for me. I get that Leese's religion informs her choices and the way she lives her life, but it is so in your face - especially toward the beginning of the story. Putting that aside, I couldn't put 'Unforgivable' down. I considered it to be better than 'Untouchable'. The character choices and emotional reactions seemed to be much more realistic and raw or perhaps just better written... I was really happy to see a lot more of Ryan in this book. He is such a good guy and I just adore his character! Leese going back and forth to L.A. for the show - I could take it or leave it. The plot line is one we've seen before - girl leaves boy to save him/his family because she loves him SO MUCH! Obviously, she doesn't tell him the real reason and they're both heartbroken for a while trying to go on without each other until somehow their love/fate/God brings them back together and the truth of her sacrifice and love is revealed. Then, they face whatever came between their love together and stronger than ever. What made it new and refreshing was Delagair's writing and the emotional ride she brings the reader on. There are a few moments in this book, especially in the latter third, that were absolutely gut-wrenching. I was tearing up quite a few times, which doesn't happen too often when I'm reading so you know it's GOOD. I'm glad it had a HEA, but after the false sense of security I had after finishing the first book, I know better than to assume all is well for Leese and Micah... and I'm still holding out a teensy little shred of hope for Ryan.
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  • Tracy
    January 1, 1970
    Wow hard book to rateFirst let me start by saying there is rape in this book. Brutal rape. I wish it hadn't been played out the way it was because without it I would have given the book a higher ratingMinus that distasteful scene it's another whirlwind book about love, hit men, The Family, danger an forgiveness.It starts out beautifully with the planning of Micah an Leese wedding. Then it all goes to hell in a hand bag.What we do get is to see Ryan shine in his own right. Overall it's a good boo Wow hard book to rateFirst let me start by saying there is rape in this book. Brutal rape. I wish it hadn't been played out the way it was because without it I would have given the book a higher ratingMinus that distasteful scene it's another whirlwind book about love, hit men, The Family, danger an forgiveness.It starts out beautifully with the planning of Micah an Leese wedding. Then it all goes to hell in a hand bag.What we do get is to see Ryan shine in his own right. Overall it's a good book.(view spoiler)[ I couldn't rate this higher than two stars because that brutal rape an battered body of Leese by the hands of a man who " loved" her made me sick to my stomach.The fact she got pregnant from it made her happy. The quick forgiveness she gave Micah was unacceptable.He freaking DRUGGED her when he found her jeopardizing her an the baby. Then they run off to the doctor,like one big happy family, to make sure the drugs didnt do permanent damage.Uuggghhh (hide spoiler)]
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  • Sam
    January 1, 1970
    Totally loved this series! It had the perfect amount of romance and action in it to satisfy any reader. The relationship between Leese and Micah is so intense, angsty, and swoon worthy. This book has twists and turns that you do not see coming etc there is one event in here that totally takes you off guard and you're thinking man did that just happen but trust me no matter how horrifying it really does add to the plot of the story. (I have read all 3 in the series and totally loved them all but Totally loved this series! It had the perfect amount of romance and action in it to satisfy any reader. The relationship between Leese and Micah is so intense, angsty, and swoon worthy. This book has twists and turns that you do not see coming etc there is one event in here that totally takes you off guard and you're thinking man did that just happen but trust me no matter how horrifying it really does add to the plot of the story. (I have read all 3 in the series and totally loved them all but felt the need to comment on Book 2!)
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  • Jacqueline's Reads
    January 1, 1970
    2.5 Frustrating StarsWhere do I begin with this? Unforgivable was such a disappointment. WHAT HAPPENED?! WHERE DID THE STORY LINE COME FROM?There are so many things that went wrong in this book and excuse me for my slightly spoilerish review.One of the reasons why I enjoyed book 1, Untouchable so much was because it was just so action back and there was this crazy love story. Unforgivable starts off where Untouchable left off. Annalisa and Micah are engaged and plan their wedding.For the first 2.5 Frustrating StarsWhere do I begin with this? Unforgivable was such a disappointment. WHAT HAPPENED?! WHERE DID THE STORY LINE COME FROM?There are so many things that went wrong in this book and excuse me for my slightly spoilerish review.One of the reasons why I enjoyed book 1, Untouchable so much was because it was just so action back and there was this crazy love story. Unforgivable starts off where Untouchable left off. Annalisa and Micah are engaged and plan their wedding.For the first 30% I was pretty annoyed with the religious references. I kind of skimmed the bits and pieces that were mentioned in Untouchable, but oh LORD, it was so apparent in Unforgivable. If I read another “it was God’s plan” I think my eyes would have rolled back to my head.Then to see how “innocent” Annalisa was, I was like, is this girl for real? She’s never masturbated nor does she even understand what that means? Is she what 12? The whole doctor visit was just odd and of heaven sakes, Micah is 23, what 23 young man, who’s had sex a lot is uncomfortable at the gyno’s office?Then, all hell breaks loose at the 30% mark and sorry for saying this, but I am pretty pissed off, but of course, what happens?! The main character’s separate!!!!! I can’t tell you what a pet peeve this is for me. You have no idea how many series I read, where in book 2, the two main characters separate and do not interact until….. the last 80% mark? There are some scenes here and there, but really, that’s it.I wanted to die. I wanted to throw my tablet across the room and curse this nonsenseThen, Ryan comes into the picture and I’m like WTF? Why is Fucking Ryan coming into the picture? Is this a love triangle book? Annalisa can’t sleep without Micah, so Ryan sleeps with her. ARE YOU FUCKING SERIOUS ANNALISA?! YOU WHOREAm I harsh? Yes, but it’s true. Look, maybe if Annalisa and Micah were not together for like 4 months, I get why she needs comfort, but for five days?! I think you can make do without a warm body for five fucking days. Annalisa is a dick tease, she keeps on telling Ryan how much she loves Micah, but gives Ryan mixed signals. I just basically started to hate her.Then and you will laugh, but Annalisa goes on a show like American Idol?! Where the fuck did that come from? What happened to my crazy action pack mob story? Why am I reading pages of Ryan and Annalisa kind of hooking up and Micah going into the deep end? I didn’t sign up for this shit and I don’t appreciate.The ONLY saving grace was the last 10%,where things started to go into the direction I wanted, but by then I was so hurt, confused and emotionally spent from reading, I just don’t know if I can forgive Lindsay Delagair. Yes, I’m emotionally hurt. I can’t believe Ryan was written in and had such a HUGE character in this series. I wanted a love story between Annalisa and Micah, them against the mob kind of story, not some loose girl who can’t decide between two guys.Give me a break. I’m not sure if I can go on. I will have to seriously thing about it.Series Order REVIEW | AMAZON AMAZON
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  • Meghan
    January 1, 1970
    Right now I am holding myself back from continuously smashing my kidle over a counter top. I dont like leaving bad reviews, I swear normally I just wont write anything. So heres me not writing anything..Na fuck that. I will say SCREW YOU for hooking me. I read this in 2 sittings because I just had to see how this all panned out. So Props to Lindsay Delagair and I honestly mean that, hooking someone into a book is never easy and there was no way I could put this down. However!!!!! Holy. Fudgenuts Right now I am holding myself back from continuously smashing my kidle over a counter top. I dont like leaving bad reviews, I swear normally I just wont write anything. So heres me not writing anything..Na fuck that. I will say SCREW YOU for hooking me. I read this in 2 sittings because I just had to see how this all panned out. So Props to Lindsay Delagair and I honestly mean that, hooking someone into a book is never easy and there was no way I could put this down. However!!!!! Holy. Fudgenuts. Thats all I can say without offending anyone. I really dont know what Im feeling right now. Theres a lot of emotions actually, shock, horror, devestation and most of those feelings are just because Leese's awesome porche didnt make much of an appearance. The WORST thing about this odd feeling I have inside is that I know for a fact, Im going to read the third book. FML.And once again, HOLY. FUDGENUTS.
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  • Sam
    January 1, 1970
    I love this story. I love Micah and Ryan. Who wouldn't want two hot guys dying to be with them? I love where the story line went with Ryan. I have had a Ryan (only not as hot)so I really "got" their relationship.I just wish Annalisa wasn't so perfect. She is filthy rich, size zero, sweet as can be, a fantastic singer, a super driver, knows how to kick ass. Then we find out in this book that she has a super hymen. Really? She is that wonderful and has to have a magic vagina too?
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  • Amanda (Hootie) Clark
    January 1, 1970
    Before I start my review I want to warn you that if you haven't had a chance to read book 1 Untouchable then you need to turn around and go back to "GO" and Collect $200 dollars because below lies spoilers!!!************SPOILERS BELOW IF YOU HAVEN'T READ BOOK 1 UNTOUCHABLE DON'T READ ANY FURTHER!!!*************************LAST CHANCE TO TURN BACK BEFORE YOU SPOIL THE BOOK, JUST SAYIN'****************So when Untouchable ended we learned that the new guy Evan Lewis was really Micah Gavereen, the s Before I start my review I want to warn you that if you haven't had a chance to read book 1 Untouchable then you need to turn around and go back to "GO" and Collect $200 dollars because below lies spoilers!!!************SPOILERS BELOW IF YOU HAVEN'T READ BOOK 1 UNTOUCHABLE DON'T READ ANY FURTHER!!!*************************LAST CHANCE TO TURN BACK BEFORE YOU SPOIL THE BOOK, JUST SAYIN'****************So when Untouchable ended we learned that the new guy Evan Lewis was really Micah Gavereen, the sexy, Italian mob hit man sent to kill Leese. This book picks up where Untouchable left off, with Leese and Micah planning a wedding after he had gotten out of the mob to be with her. I KNOW! Shocker right? I was so happy they fought so hard to be together and overcame the obstacles in the first book. The wedding goes off without a hitch and Leese and Micah spend a very steamy honeymoon exploring each other. Things get so intense between them that Micah has to give her CPR because she actually stops breathing! Talk about hot, that shit had ME holding my breath too! Everything seems to be going so well between these two and they are so much in love that when Leese is briefly kidnapped yet again by the mob I almost held out hope that things would be OK. But this author knows how to keep your emotions in a constant state of FUCKED! Leese is confronted by Micah's old boss D'Angelo and he gives her no choice but to leave Micah so he can have him back. Leese resists at first But when he threatens everything she loves, she decides it would be better for everyone if she did leave. She calls Ryan and explains everything to him and he helps her get away, making it look like she ran off with him. Micah doesn't believe she would just leave and chases her down but she does such a great job hiding that after a while he does exactly what D'Angelo wants him to do. He goes back to being the best hit man in the mob. Months go by with Leese and Ryan living together in his home state of Colorado and the lines between friends and lovers is starting to blur. Leese is bound to honor her commitment to Micah even though their marriage has since been annulled. While in Colorado Leese is approached one day by a mystery man from L.A. who wants her to be in a televised singing competition that is about to begin filming. When she realizes she might be able to vocally sing her apology to Micah in front of the world she agrees and so begins the next leg of the drama. Week after week Leese sings her heart out in hopes that Micah will hear her and every song choice is picked for that reason alone. When Micah shows up after one of her performances she wants nothing more than to throw herself into his arms and be with him again but her promise to keep him safe from D'Angelo sends her running and Micah is crushed yet again. He is determined to get her back and follows her home but he realizes that something is wrong with him and chalks it up to D'Angelo putting something into his wine from his lunch meeting that day. When Micah confronts Leese at her home he does something violent and Unforgivable that just might end their beautiful love for good.This book had me in so many knots just remembering all these things is causing my heart rate to pick up speed. I am in love with this series despite the angst and depth of emotion it has drawn out of me. This book is a beautiful blend of Suspense, Drama and Romance. The love story between Leese and Micah is amazing and at times makes you feel on top of the world and other times takes you to the depths of the sea. I have to say that Leese drove me completely fucking crazy in this book. Her relationship with Ryan made me want to tear small kittens in half. I swear my neighbors are probably pissed off at me for stomping and screaming throughout the whole two days I spent reading this. I literally had to fight the urge to hurl my laptop across the room! While Leese is on the run from Micah she gets way to close to Ryan for my taste. Leese and Micah are one of those couples that you root for constantly and you hate anyone who tries to get in the way. What I did love about her is that no matter what happened with Ryan she knew without a doubt that Micah was who she was supposed to be with.Micah Gavereen is one of my absolute favorite book Boyfriends. Just saying his name makes me giddy just knowing the things this man can do! I loved watching him teach Leese how to have hot SEX! I swear this guy could make the polar ice caps melt! I seriously love him so much I have a hard time with him not being real. In book one he was the torn conflicted hit man who despite his better judgement fell in love with his mark. He had every intention of killing her even though he loved her and seeing him struggle was painful yet beautiful. In this book he was the loving, attentive and hot husband to Leese until that bitch lost her mind! Seeing him so devastated by her abandonment was brutal because you fall so hard for him. Even when he goes back into the mob you can't help but love him, especially when he makes a crucial mistake that ends up being a HUGE catalyst in the story I still loved him. When everything comes around full circle Micah learns exactly what sends Leese running and handles things himself which in turn sets off a ripple effect that is felt well into the next book. I can't praise this series enough because it's been WEEKS since I read them and I STILL can't stop thinking about it. There is a specific moment in this book that involves the song BREATH by Breaking Benjamin that made me stop and listen to it and I'm glad I did because the lyrics are so hauntingly accurate for the situation and will burn itself into your gut so when you hear it again you will only think of that moment. I loved that about this book. It was so gripping and emotional that a SONG can make me feel those emotions all over again. Lindsay Delagair has become one of my top favorite authors and has done such a good job with this series especially being a new author. I hope you give these books a try because you really need a guy like Micah on your boyfriend list!
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  • Aimee
    January 1, 1970
    Unforgivable begins with the wedding plans. What begins as a happily ever after soon becomes a nightmare. The young couple is forced to separate, and both of them are utterly devastated. Leese relies on Ryan, which leads to a lot of confusion on both their parts as emotions escalate and cause Micah to believe she's cheating on him, while Micah turns to his old habits and anger to get him through. For most of the book they are apart. There's no reconciliation at all until about 85% of the way thr Unforgivable begins with the wedding plans. What begins as a happily ever after soon becomes a nightmare. The young couple is forced to separate, and both of them are utterly devastated. Leese relies on Ryan, which leads to a lot of confusion on both their parts as emotions escalate and cause Micah to believe she's cheating on him, while Micah turns to his old habits and anger to get him through. For most of the book they are apart. There's no reconciliation at all until about 85% of the way through. That makes this book a difficult read for two reasons:1. This is Micah and Leese's love story. Everything else seems like "filler" without the interaction between these two main characters.2. The more time we spend with Ryan (and he's more of a main character than Micah in this book), the more we want Leese to fall in love with him instead of Micah. Her life could have been so much different (BETTER!!!) if she had fallen for him instead. Ryan is everything a guy should be--he's gorgeous, smart, honorable, gentle, passionate, and he is willing to do absolutely anything for Leese. Micah, on the other hand, causes a great deal of heartbreak for Leese.Let's talk about Leese for a while. She's still convinced that God allows everything for a reason, even extreme acts of violence. She forgives Micah when he commits an act of violence against her, which I thought deserved a lot more dialogue and suspense. She should have made Micah wait a while before immediately granting forgiveness and expressing her great love for him. He doesn't seem to love her the same way she loves him, and I felt she was the archetypal white goddess--symbol of peace, longsuffering, and love. Which is great for Micah, but I was screaming for her to develop a backbone by the time it ended.Ultimately, I felt the book was ineffective in causing me to root for Micah and Leese. UNFORGIVABLE is aptly named, because I couldn't forgive Micah for his many transgressions. When push comes to shove, Micah proves his weakness by returning to his old, dangerous lifestyle and becoming violent and bitter again. I'd like to believe that he's a changed man, regardless of circumstances, but instead I feel let down. It's a good thing the author's writing style is so engaging, because in spite of the faults with Leese and Micah, it held my interest and I'm wanting to know how their story ends.
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  • CBDS
    January 1, 1970
    Why? Why?I just didn't get this book. I was soooo enamored and happy when I finished Untouchable that I was dying for the second book and when I was reading it, after the first 100 pages, I was literally on the verge of tears because the story line was very very very frustrating and not something I could ever go for again. I hated HATED absolutely loathed Leese in this book. Everytime she spoke to Ryan or whenever she was with him, the one word that came to my mind was -- S**t or W***e. I know i Why? Why?I just didn't get this book. I was soooo enamored and happy when I finished Untouchable that I was dying for the second book and when I was reading it, after the first 100 pages, I was literally on the verge of tears because the story line was very very very frustrating and not something I could ever go for again. I hated HATED absolutely loathed Leese in this book. Everytime she spoke to Ryan or whenever she was with him, the one word that came to my mind was -- S**t or W***e. I know its a bit harsh of me and I'm really sorry if its offensive, but its my true opinion. This book was like a duplicate of New Moon in sooo many ways. Leese was Bella unable to decide who she loves and falls in love with her Jacob aka Ryan. My god. I had love triangles like these. I dont why but I hated the story line. I loved LOVED LOVED Micah in this story even though he forced himself on Leese. He was so sweet and considerate and willing to forgive her for everything. I mean, thats amazing.Leese could have taken sleeping pills but NOOOOOO, she needs another man in her bed.. I mean wth! She was such a freaking weirdo in this book that I felt at some point that thank God she isn;t with Micah cause he deserves so much better than this "Oh my god I can parallel park cars-I am size zero-every guy is attracted to me-wannabe bella" kinda girl. Seriously, Micah could have done way way better. The story was really bad. Only the last 20 pages were sort of comforting when they got back together but they kinda lost that special spark which they had in the first book according to me. I really didn't like the Ryan part in this book at all. I didn't see the need for her being jealous when Candace comes in and what not crap. It was frustrating and I honestly, swear to god, got a migraine with her constant bickering and self loathing and pity she had going on for herself. So, I was disappointed alot with this. The only reason I gave it a 3 star is because I know the story is way better in the 3rd book. And that these two get back together.Lindsay, I'm really sorry but I didn't like it :( :'( :(
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  • CasPerfitz~SLiTsReaD
    January 1, 1970
    ★★★✩ 3.5 stars!Story continues where it left on the first book... this time Annalisa (a.k.a. Leese) and Micah is all excited and happy to get married. But Leese can't help feeling her happily every after is gonna be short lived. Then D'Angelo happened. D'Angelo, Micah's previous mob boss will do anything to get Micah back.This is one hell of a roller coaster ride and I "almost" enjoyed the whole ride... I say almost cause the sort of "american idol" contest going on was cool at first but it drag ★★★✩ 3.5 stars!Story continues where it left on the first book... this time Annalisa (a.k.a. Leese) and Micah is all excited and happy to get married. But Leese can't help feeling her happily every after is gonna be short lived. Then D'Angelo happened. D'Angelo, Micah's previous mob boss will do anything to get Micah back.This is one hell of a roller coaster ride and I "almost" enjoyed the whole ride... I say almost cause the sort of "american idol" contest going on was cool at first but it dragged on and I'm like "what the hell am I reading?" I also keep in mind always that Leese is only 18, and yes, there are moments that I still find her thinking quite young, but after everything she's gone through, it made her braver, tougher and mature for her age. And it's quite interesting that this is a romance mafia story with a blend of religion. And Ryan!!! ❤ I love that I got to know him more.... I love him! He is a rock throughout this book. But my heart bleeds for Micah, for Micah and Leese... So much action and emotions... loved it... and I can't wait to see what is next for Micah and Leese. Review also posted here : https://www.facebook.com/SLiTsReaD
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  • Morgan
    January 1, 1970
    Fans of Untouchable won't be disappointed by this novel. Just like its predecessor, Unforgivable was packed with romance and suspense. Unforgivable was a great addition to the Untouchable series.Unforgivable picks up where Untouchable left off. This story was just as good as, if not better than, Untouchable. Both of the main characters make unforgivable - extremely hard to forgive - choices in this emotional novel. And in the end, - after the drama, heartache, and tears - the characters have to Fans of Untouchable won't be disappointed by this novel. Just like its predecessor, Unforgivable was packed with romance and suspense. Unforgivable was a great addition to the Untouchable series.Unforgivable picks up where Untouchable left off. This story was just as good as, if not better than, Untouchable. Both of the main characters make unforgivable - extremely hard to forgive - choices in this emotional novel. And in the end, - after the drama, heartache, and tears - the characters have to decide if they can forgive each other.I gave Unforgivable (Untouchable #2) by Lindsay Delagair 4 STARS. I strongly recommend this novel!
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  • Akanksha❤ Søren♰
    January 1, 1970
    Found this book a litte dragged in the middle, but overall I loved it.Love Ryan!!I wanted to stab Micah at a point, but still loved himI hate Candace, Stupid fucking bitch.The cars in this book totally make you drool! Like seriously, they are FUCKING HOT!!
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  • Nabanita
    January 1, 1970
    He rapes her??!!! OMG!!! he rapes her, she ends up pregnant, and she still goes back to him, coz that was gods will??!!! WTF!!!!!! what is wrong with these people??!!!!
  • Taylor
    January 1, 1970
    Can't wait till the 3rd one comes out!!! Hurry Lindsay, I'm dying here :)
  • Jessica's Book Review
    January 1, 1970
    Read more reviews on my blog | Like me on FacebookWow! Unforgivable! What a book! I was hooked from the get go with the first book, Untouchable in the series and continued right away with Unforgivable. Just like the first book, it was filled with romance, mystery, passion, and suspense. I wasn’t expecting the two characters to be apart for the majority of the book. I usually HATE that when characters spend the entire book separated but not in this case, I actually think both characters really ne Read more reviews on my blog | Like me on FacebookWow! Unforgivable! What a book! I was hooked from the get go with the first book, Untouchable in the series and continued right away with Unforgivable. Just like the first book, it was filled with romance, mystery, passion, and suspense. I wasn’t expecting the two characters to be apart for the majority of the book. I usually HATE that when characters spend the entire book separated but not in this case, I actually think both characters really needed to grow within themselves before moving on in their relationship; especially Annalisa since she was so young and fell so hard for Micah so quickly. I loved that the beginning of the book went straight to the wedding. I wish the wedding itself was described a little better but I understand the book wasn’t about the wedding at all. Especially since it ended so quickly!With the Micah and Annalisa apart, Ryan was more of the lead male in this book. I always thought he was up to something in Untouchable and I really liked getting to know him more in Unforgivable and falling in love with him myself. I actually would have chosen him over Micah any day! What a sweet loving man. He was there for Annalisa, no questions asked. He literally picked up his life and moved across the country for her without much of an explanation. With Micah being apart from a few chapters was in his point of view. I was a little bored with some of his POV’s, I wanted to hear more about the pain he was going through since Annalisa leaving him, not so much his “job”. I think it would have been more interesting reading about his pain since we were the book was 90% in Annalisa’s POV. Some scenes totally blew me away, I did not see coming. I don’t want to give too much away but I was not expecting such a heavy scene.For fans of the first novel, this is a great second book in the series. You won’t be disappointed and will be on the edge of your seats while reading, seeing what will happen next. I could have done without a few things in this book, such as the “celebrity” reality show Annalisa took a part in. It made an interesting storyline but it seemed kind of silly. Also I understand everyone in this story is rich, beyond rich but they throw around money like it’s nothing. It makes me feel the story is even less elastic, but maybe I am just being too picky. I really did enjoy this book as much as the first and am excited to start the third and final book in the series tonight. I really hope Ryan plays just as big as a part in the next book as he did in Unforgivable. I give Unforgivable 3.5 stars.
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  • Shauntise
    January 1, 1970
    So there were a couple things that irritated me about this book. In the beginning Leese seemed to have an issue about wine. Really the man can't have a glass of wine. I mean he didn't shoot you like he was suppose to, dropped out of the mob and agreed to wait until the wedding night and your going to pitch a fit about wine! Oye. I found it a little presumptuous of her. And I mean really it's ok that your brother in law is shacking up with mom, the same one that tried to kill you twice but wine i So there were a couple things that irritated me about this book. In the beginning Leese seemed to have an issue about wine. Really the man can't have a glass of wine. I mean he didn't shoot you like he was suppose to, dropped out of the mob and agreed to wait until the wedding night and your going to pitch a fit about wine! Oye. I found it a little presumptuous of her. And I mean really it's ok that your brother in law is shacking up with mom, the same one that tried to kill you twice but wine is the forbidden fruit? And I'm pretty sure that wine is mentioned somewhere in the Bible. but then he was ok with it? Hello! 45 minutes ago I was reading about you double fisting guns, taking out the other bad guys and now you aren't allowed to drink wine! Where did my tough mobster go?? Anyway and what was with the random singing show? And I understand why she was there and how it played out in the book, but I really didn't need 20 pages of it. And I didn't like how she kept using and then pushing Ryan away. I was waiting for Candace to sock her, she went along with the idea. (insert double eye roll here)The situation between Leese and Micah didn't bother me, bc by that point I was ready to choke her. (yea I know its wrong) but then the reason why he did it was a little lame, and then things were back to normal? I'm gonna need book 3 to be less soap opera drama and for Micah to grow a pair of balls or I'm ending our love affair.
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  • Stormy
    January 1, 1970
    As a reader, I tend to like my books drama filled. But there's a definite line to cross where it becomes too much, too wrong. Unforgivable definitely crossed that line. The title is 150% accurate. The beginning makes you feel pretty good and giddy. Everything is perfect. Theyre getting their lives together, theyre in love, theyre happy. Cue the sighs.My only complaint was Leese controlling whether he could drink a glass of wine or not. I didnt understand her anger or problem with a glass of wine As a reader, I tend to like my books drama filled. But there's a definite line to cross where it becomes too much, too wrong. Unforgivable definitely crossed that line. The title is 150% accurate. The beginning makes you feel pretty good and giddy. Everything is perfect. Theyre getting their lives together, theyre in love, theyre happy. Cue the sighs.My only complaint was Leese controlling whether he could drink a glass of wine or not. I didnt understand her anger or problem with a glass of wine with her mother for relaxation. I thought she was making a big deal over nothing.But...after what happened to get her knocked up...I dont fault her for that anymore. I mean, under any influence, he never should have done what he done. He should of had more control, more sense. It just angers me that a character that I enjoyed I'm disgusted by. That is unforgivable. And this book tore me apart with all the wrong. It was a catastrophe. I read, not for a fairytale but something close to it and this just left a murky view on all the characters.
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  • Yvette
    January 1, 1970
    I thought Leese was an idiot for leaving. She showed such courage in the first book and then in this one she just takes off on Micah, days after they marry. Oh and I hate how this book picked up only 5 days after he asks her to marry him. I wish the author would have made the time longer. Don't know why it bothers me, but it does.Also, the whole thing leading up to the marriage was so annoying. They were so freaking lovey dovey it was sickening. A lot of the stuff seemed like filler. And the who I thought Leese was an idiot for leaving. She showed such courage in the first book and then in this one she just takes off on Micah, days after they marry. Oh and I hate how this book picked up only 5 days after he asks her to marry him. I wish the author would have made the time longer. Don't know why it bothers me, but it does.Also, the whole thing leading up to the marriage was so annoying. They were so freaking lovey dovey it was sickening. A lot of the stuff seemed like filler. And the whole, God has a plan for everything. (view spoiler)[Yeah 'cause HE planned for you to be raped by the man you love, just so you can have his baby. (hide spoiler)] So sick. It felt like the religion was being stuffed down my throat. Not that I have a problem with religion but I got tired of it after like the 50th mention....
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  • Laura
    January 1, 1970
    Wow!Even better than the first one.I really loved this book.And it's going right up there on the top spot in my favorites shelf(after a year of staying there,Thoughtless is going to be second best).I don't even have words to describe it.What I can tell is that it's a MUST READ.I sincerely recommend this series with all my heart!5 freackin' stars!!!
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  • Anna Bonsteel
    January 1, 1970
    I just finished this book and I am so mad! I wish I never read this seires after this book because even before Micah hurt Leese I hated him as soon as she left. He was a totally different charecter in this book. I am amazed at the lack of faith that Micah had in Leese. There was not a single thing I liked about this book. Be warned there were plot holes, the story suck, it was miserable, and it ruined the first book for me. (And untouchable is my favorite book!) Ahhh I am so pissed! Also the thi I just finished this book and I am so mad! I wish I never read this seires after this book because even before Micah hurt Leese I hated him as soon as she left. He was a totally different charecter in this book. I am amazed at the lack of faith that Micah had in Leese. There was not a single thing I liked about this book. Be warned there were plot holes, the story suck, it was miserable, and it ruined the first book for me. (And untouchable is my favorite book!) Ahhh I am so pissed! Also the third book sounds like total trash with more stupid drama which makes me even angrier!
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  • Nance
    January 1, 1970
    The second book in Lindsay Delagair’s Untouchable series was fantastic! Just so riveting and passionate! The novel focuses on wealthy, Annalisa Winslett, and her killer-for-hire lover, Micah Gavareen. While the story did not quite include much of Micah, it brought together the friendship of classmate Ryan and Leese wonderfully. Ryan, who was not too shabby on the eyes with his steller good-looks and fascinating tattoos, was charming and honest. Truly a friend to Leese when the need so drasticall The second book in Lindsay Delagair’s Untouchable series was fantastic! Just so riveting and passionate! The novel focuses on wealthy, Annalisa Winslett, and her killer-for-hire lover, Micah Gavareen. While the story did not quite include much of Micah, it brought together the friendship of classmate Ryan and Leese wonderfully. Ryan, who was not too shabby on the eyes with his steller good-looks and fascinating tattoos, was charming and honest. Truly a friend to Leese when the need so drastically arose. He was her rock. Her savior. And, he would do absolutely anything for her. Her heart, however, still belonged to Micah, and nothing would ever change that. As they are on the run from Micah because Leese was threatened by his mob boss, D’Angelo, they take up residence in an old stomping ground of Ryan’s. There, the reader is now introduced to Ryan’s old high school friends, Andy and Ty, and casual friend Candace. Ryan is so protective of Leese and anyone threatening her happiness will have to answer to him. Their friendship is special and beautiful, and Leese realizes this. She will never be able to repay Ryan for always having her back and taking care of her. Unfortunately, their time is up when their hiding place has been tracked all along and Micah shows up after he thinks Annalisa has had enough time alone away from him. Possibly she could give him a chance because the love between them is still as strong as ever. But, Micah blows it when he destroys their chances of them ever being together by committing an act so violent. So unexpected. So disturbing, that Leese has only one choice left to make – she leaves again. When after months, he finally locates her, he admits that he really has no idea exactly what occurred that tragic night. He regrets everything ugly that had happened. He still loves her so much, though. She has his heart always. And, deep down, Leese knows that there could never be another man for her. So, she divulges to him her secret that is a result of that ultimately fateful night – and he’s shocked but willing to take on the responsibility. This only gives Leese hope that possibly their love will survive all the heartache and trauma that their relationship has gone through. What is next in store for this powerfully passionate couple when the last book of the trilogy is disclosed?Wow! The second part of the trilogy was definitely exciting and gripping! I loved the relationship between Ryan and Leese! They’re friends, but Ryan obviously would love for it to be more. He respects her choice, though, of leaving their relationship in the platonic. He knows that he would never be able to take Micah’s place. He will always have that special place reserved in his heart just for her, and nothing will ever change that.Leese still is that courageous mature-for-her-years woman – relying on her faith in God for his protection and guidance to show her the correct path to take. I still had a tough time with the whole religious attitude displayed in the novel. Just not my thing, and it seemed more frequent in this book than in the first one. But because the novel was so fast-paced and engrossing, I could overlook it. Ms. Delagair does a great job creating characters that are broken but yet redeemable when they are pushed to the limit. Micah realizes that money and power doesn’t buy happiness and love. Nor Honesty. Or Integrity. And, being in it for the “long haul” is what makes a relationship pure and real. You will not be disappointed with the second book to this engrossing trilogy. Looking forward to reading the remaining novel, Untraceable, in this highly-intensive series!
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  • RO Mejia
    January 1, 1970
    This is the sequel to Untouchable, and the love story of Micah, and Annalisa, (Leese), and their continuing saga. Micah and his family are a part of the Mob, and very connected. Micah is one of the top hit men in the organization. Each and every one of his immediate family members is an intricate part of this organization. Leese comes from old money. She is wealthy, and was brought up in Palm Beach. This story starts with the preparations for the wedding of Micah and Leese. They planned on getti This is the sequel to Untouchable, and the love story of Micah, and Annalisa, (Leese), and their continuing saga. Micah and his family are a part of the Mob, and very connected. Micah is one of the top hit men in the organization. Each and every one of his immediate family members is an intricate part of this organization. Leese comes from old money. She is wealthy, and was brought up in Palm Beach. This story starts with the preparations for the wedding of Micah and Leese. They planned on getting married in September, but there was a mix up in dates, when making the paperwork, and the date was changed to August. Leese believes in divine intervention, and that things happen for a reason. Nothing happens by chance, so they go ahead and move the date of their marriage up by a month. Both of them can't wait, especially since Leese has been saving herself for Micah, and their wedding day.The wedding goes off without a hitch, and the family and friends are all staying at the same hotel for a few days, before Micah and Leese leave for Maui. A few days after the wedding, Leese leaves the suite alone to get the key to the Maui house from her mother. Micah stays in the room to wait till she returns. This is when all hell breaks loose, and the mob gets a hold of Leese, and gives her a proposition she can't refuse. Leese is made to leave her husband that she loves dearly, and make him believe that she has changed her mind, and left him for Ryan, a friend from her past. Ryan has always loved Leese, and will do anything to help her. He makes their running away together believable, to help Leese save the lives of Micah and his family. He is filled with hope that he can eventually win Leese over to his side. Will Leese feel vulnerable enough to fall into his arms? It gets pretty steamy at times.Again, Ms. Delagair, has hit the jack pot! What a roller coaster ride this book has been. From the second I started reading this book to the very last page, I was riveted. What an amazing, horrifyingly scary, head turning ride! It was filled with excitement and character growth. There are parts that will tear your heart out from the roots. There are explanations for every action, forgiveness, and road blocks galore. There are times that the violence will scare the living daylights out of you, and you'll wonder how the character could have done such a thing. I laughed, sobbed, was broken hearted for Micah at times, then at other times I wanted to kill him. I was really happy that Ms. Delagair made Leese a stronger character in this sequel. She was, at times, a bit sappy in the first book, and very innocent. I know she was suppose to be, but honestly, I wanted to strangle her, she was so gullable! There was one thing that I felt was a bit unbelievable in the book, and that was that I didn't agree with the fact that if my husband was a hit man, I would tell people. There is a lot of corruption, some sadistic behavior, and some wild rides in this book, and believe me when I say, it was all necessary to the plot! I think that you will definitely love some of the twists and turns in this book. This story is not predictable, and the plot will keep you wanting more. I give this book 4 1/2 long, lonely, heartbreaking stars! Happy Reading!!! Now onto the third book in this series.For more book reviews visit: A Bookish Escape @ Http://abookishescape.com
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  • ❀ Crystal ✿ -
    January 1, 1970
    SERIES REVIEWAhhh!!!!! OMG, these books are amazing. Imagine the best soap opera ever mixed with the mafia/contract killers and you have Untouchable. It's been a few days since I read these and they are still with me. Lingering. Popping up at the rarest of moments and staying with me until I have either immense anger at certain plot points or want to die with the awesomeness of it all.Book one was by far the best. I will say, for me at least, the books are extremely predictable. Not in a bad way SERIES REVIEWAhhh!!!!! OMG, these books are amazing. Imagine the best soap opera ever mixed with the mafia/contract killers and you have Untouchable. It's been a few days since I read these and they are still with me. Lingering. Popping up at the rarest of moments and staying with me until I have either immense anger at certain plot points or want to die with the awesomeness of it all.Book one was by far the best. I will say, for me at least, the books are extremely predictable. Not in a bad way. At some times the predictability makes it easier to take what's coming. I think what's so special about these books is how raw and real-life they are. Life sucks and this book just proves that. Granted, in a more far-fetched movie-like way.Book 1 is just like expected. It plays out with a familiarity to many movies but in this case we get to become more connected to the characters. Who they are and why they do what they do. At some points I thought maybe Annalisa had a bit of a secret with her evasive driving and all but turns out she's just from an extremely rich family. Which is sorta what gets her in this mess to begin with. They both lead secret lives as if it's fate that they be together.Book 2, was again, predictable and upsetting for that matter. But OMG when he loses his shit and goes on the attack I almost died.He might have been under the influence but HOLY CRAP. I kept thinking to myself, that did not just happen. That did not just happen. It did and I had to refrain from throwing my Kindle. Aside from that I still have to rate it five stars. Everything else, not makes up for it, but alleviates some of the pain so I can remember all the other amazing things that this book offers. Like I said before it's real, it's gritty and not for the faint of heart.By book 3, you just want them to get their happily ever after, finally.One of the worst things about the book is has it's very outlandish and over the top moments but it still maintains that aura of real life. I was a lil upset, okay I lie, extremely furiously angry and appalled by another choice made my Micah. I felt like I was the one int he relationship with him and I was sickened. Had to actually take a break from reading. But not for long. I could not get it out of my head and again, once I got past the harshness of it all I again, had no choice but to give this book it's well earn 5 stars. Can I just say the end was just, ugh, really!!! I mean how everything worked out. I expected it but even in a book the world is not that small. A final truth is revealed and it all just seemed to flow together the ways things can only in books. Her family is just as big of a secret as Micah's.This book, no, this series, affected my life. Even with all the shit it throws at you, I could not help but love it. I could not think of anything but it when I wasn't reading and even when I was done with all three just wanted more and more. I'm tempted to read it again less than a week later even knowing every single detail by heart as if it's engrained in my mind. If romantic suspense and New Adult is your thing, do not miss this book. It's a cross between Captive in the Dark and Sempre.
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  • Joymzz
    January 1, 1970
    ...I wanted to give this book a 5 star rating.. i really did because it's and amazing book and it was almost as good as the first one at first. The reason i didn't give it the 5 stars was because i have always hated the books where the main character(the people i want to know of) are separated for more than half of the book. -_- i only got a little bit of "Micah & Annalisa" at the end! and even then i felt like the happiness was not total. Moving on, after reading this book i felt a little b ...I wanted to give this book a 5 star rating.. i really did because it's and amazing book and it was almost as good as the first one at first. The reason i didn't give it the 5 stars was because i have always hated the books where the main character(the people i want to know of) are separated for more than half of the book. -_- i only got a little bit of "Micah & Annalisa" at the end! and even then i felt like the happiness was not total. Moving on, after reading this book i felt a little bit more connected to each character... even Ryan which i really felt like his pages where i waste of space in the book. i did have a few problems with Annalisa's not telling Micah about everything D'Angelo did to her and told her, and even though i understud why she did it i wanted to punch her in the face for hurting the man that was crazy about her by kissing RYAN-_- CHARACTERS now that i have stormed through the second book i feel like i already kind of picture how The main characters look like a little (IN MY OPINION) :)--->Annalisa MICAH sigh*** i know Micah should look older but I DON'T CARE!this is how i see him. :Pback to the story... my favorite parts were HONEYMOON, AND I DON'T WANT TO SOUND SICK OR ANYTHING BUT I LOVED MICAH ENOUGH THAT I THOUGH IT WAS HOT...."WHEN HE WENT TO SEE HER AT HER COLORADO SPRINGS RANCH" ..(i could have done without the domestic violence, which sort of made me mad at him, FOR A VERY SHORT TIME THOUGH . The when hi finally show himself to her at the club! W-O-W ...but THERE WAS RYAN! messing up EVERYTHING -_- his timing sucked!i liked this book and i am starting to read the next one today because i can't wait to get some more of my Micah :)AWESOME BOOK, BUT BETTER THAN THE FIRST ONE BUT THE WOW FACTOR IS STILL THERE. :-DME -->
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  • Moorina
    January 1, 1970
    I don't even know where to start with this book, I don't know whether I should be crying, screaming in anger or throwing my epub reader across the room in disgust! How about we start from the start? Micah and Leese are all smiles and love hearts, everything is going to plan until everything goes down hill, fast and hard. With the first book, I honestly could not stand Leese - she was weak, annoying and sobbing all the time like a baby BUT thank goodness she grew some lady balls in 'Unforgivable' I don't even know where to start with this book, I don't know whether I should be crying, screaming in anger or throwing my epub reader across the room in disgust! How about we start from the start? Micah and Leese are all smiles and love hearts, everything is going to plan until everything goes down hill, fast and hard. With the first book, I honestly could not stand Leese - she was weak, annoying and sobbing all the time like a baby BUT thank goodness she grew some lady balls in 'Unforgivable', I felt like I was reading an entire new book series she was so different. What probably kept me engrossed with this book was the fact that there was so so so much Ryan and Leese time that I fell deeply in love with their beautiful and delicate friendship. Ryan had won my heart from his bad-ass attitude but I was sad that he didn't get much time within the first book and boy oh boy was I happy to see that majority of 'Unforgivable' was about Leese and Ryan's relationship. There was so so so much drama, mystery, heartache, tears, anger and love in this book that I could not stop reading. However I did not like, at all, towards the end of the book how Leese forgave Micah so easily for his disgusting and vile act he committed against her, Yes ok he wasn't in his right state of mind but nothingness what he did was unforgivable. Leese, so easily forgiving him and openly showing her love and devotion to him made me sick to the stomach, especially after sweet and beautiful Ryan was the one who actually stuck around to help Leese get through what happened. At this point in the book I really wanted to stop reading, and unfortunately the book continued to go downhill. The ending, personally for me, was way to compact and quick. Everything came together way too perfectly and why oh why did the book have to finish with Leese being pregnant? That was another thing that really really ticked me off because, really?! She had already devoted, her life, her emotional and mental state to Micah so I guess why not her body and the rest of her life then?
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  • Charlie
    January 1, 1970
    3 StarsAfter giving the first book in the Untouchable series 5 stars, I was really disappointed with the second book. I really really wanted to like it but there was just something missing with this book for me. The squeal of Untouchable could have gone so many ways and I'm sad to say this book just didn't go the way I wanted it to. I just found it.. average?I loved the beginning of the book where Leese and Micah were planning their wedding and when Leese got a lift to the devil D'Angelo himse 3 StarsAfter giving the first book in the Untouchable series 5 stars, I was really disappointed with the second book. I really really wanted to like it but there was just something missing with this book for me. The squeal of Untouchable could have gone so many ways and I'm sad to say this book just didn't go the way I wanted it to. I just found it.. average?I loved the beginning of the book where Leese and Micah were planning their wedding and when Leese got a lift to the devil D'Angelo himself! I just felt that it all went downhill from there. I went from loving Leese in the first book to finding her just annoying! I'm really glad we saw a lot more of HOTTIE Ryan in this book though and I think I have fallen madly in love with him. Candace is one lucky lady!The whole singing competition part of the book felt really random to me and didn't fit in with the whole story at all. I'm happy that it had a happy ending though *touch wood* and glad that Micah and Leese overcome all their difficulties and came out on top.Even though I felt the book could have been better, I can't just not finish a series and I'm EXCITED to see what's next for Micah, Leese and bump!!!
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  • The BookWhisperer
    January 1, 1970
    Ok! I am such a conflict of emotions at the moment. Micah and Annalisa are allowed a moment of happiness; then just dropped into one heaping pile of CRAP! What to say about this is almost beyond me, but I am going to try to befuddle my way through this review. I really really like this storyline. Micah, one the mob's best hit men, is an instant attraction in this book. He is dark, dangerous, and scary which ironically is what every romance reader loves. Annalisa is beyond perfect, almost to the Ok! I am such a conflict of emotions at the moment. Micah and Annalisa are allowed a moment of happiness; then just dropped into one heaping pile of CRAP! What to say about this is almost beyond me, but I am going to try to befuddle my way through this review. I really really like this storyline. Micah, one the mob's best hit men, is an instant attraction in this book. He is dark, dangerous, and scary which ironically is what every romance reader loves. Annalisa is beyond perfect, almost to the point that sometime it is unrealistic. The obstacles in this book just roll out one after another, and it is almost overwhelming and unbelievable. The fact that such terrible things happen is not the problem, but whether a conscious act or not it would leave a scar that characters would have to overcome. Now, please don't think me a pessimist. Love can conquer many things, but it is not without it's own lasting mark. I am so emotionally exhausted after reading this book. That I have left myself questioning whether to read book three. My curiosity it churning, and I want to know what happens, but I just don't know that I can ride this rollercoaster again. I hate having to include this, but honesty is the best policy here. Untouchable is thrilling, brutal, and heart pounding but I think I may have over stayed my welcome with this particular story.
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  • Kaye
    January 1, 1970
    I have mixed feelings for this book. First of all, the drama never ends. The book starts with the wedding plans and Micah's change of heart. About 75% of this book Leese and Micah are separated. Fine, I get that Leese is just trying to save Micah's family by being selfless and sacrificial--yet again. Second, I hate Micah's personality in this book. He keeps on proving that he will change and all, yet going gets tough he's back immediately in his mob lifestyle. The way he acted after being drugge I have mixed feelings for this book. First of all, the drama never ends. The book starts with the wedding plans and Micah's change of heart. About 75% of this book Leese and Micah are separated. Fine, I get that Leese is just trying to save Micah's family by being selfless and sacrificial--yet again. Second, I hate Micah's personality in this book. He keeps on proving that he will change and all, yet going gets tough he's back immediately in his mob lifestyle. The way he acted after being drugged was truly unacceptable and I cannot believe Leese easily forgave him for it. She's really the true to God, perfect character and it seems unreal and fake. I wish that for this book she changed her personality and had some angst and "bad girl" in her, just to put Micah in place. She should've gave Ryan a chance or like see how it is to have Ryan as a boyfriend because he truly cares for Leese and it is so obvious in this book. I love Ryan in this book, he's like the boy version of Leese--loving and caring. Lastly, it was nice to see in this book that Leese was able to live her life outside the chaos of the "Mob World". It was really sweet of her to dedicate her songs in for Micah in the Remake show, it showed the depth of her love for Micah. It was nice to see her enjoy her life and just be a normal girl. In the end, it was nice to see them together and happy :)
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