Unwritten (Woodlands, #5)
After years of trying to hit it big with his band, Adam Rees’ dream is finally about to come true. A new lead singer brings with him a hot tour invite, but with a catch—his sister has to come with them. Despite an off-limits edict, Adam is instantly attracted the smart and beautiful Landry. But if he wants to claim his woman, it might be at the expense of all his ambitions.Landry Olsen has had success at every stage of her life, except when it comes to men. She’s put her heart on the shelf, but one look at Adam and she’s a goner. The hot rocker heats her from the inside out, and she wants him as much as he wants her. The only thing standing in their way of their happiness is Landry's brother—she ruined his musical hopes before, and she won't do it again. Even if it means saying no to the one guy who makes her believe in love again.There’s no fruit more tempting than the forbidden kind…

Unwritten (Woodlands, #5) Details

TitleUnwritten (Woodlands, #5)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseMar 6th, 2017
Rating
GenreNew Adult, Romance, Contemporary Romance, Music, Contemporary

Unwritten (Woodlands, #5) Review

  • Astrid - The Bookish Sweet Tooth
    January 1, 1970
    Review @ Vanilla & Spice BooksDon’t catch feelings for Adam Rees.I am a huge fan of this author's writing and I would like to start this review by saying that you please take it with a grain of salt. The things that didn't work for me might totally be your thing.Adam is mastermind and head of FMK, a rising star in the world of Rock bands. He is pretty much everything you can expect from a rocker, minus the drugs. At a gig in a bar he sees his future, a beautiful redhead who turns out to be h Review @ Vanilla & Spice BooksDon’t catch feelings for Adam Rees.I am a huge fan of this author's writing and I would like to start this review by saying that you please take it with a grain of salt. The things that didn't work for me might totally be your thing.Adam is mastermind and head of FMK, a rising star in the world of Rock bands. He is pretty much everything you can expect from a rocker, minus the drugs. At a gig in a bar he sees his future, a beautiful redhead who turns out to be his new frontman's sister. When he sees the bruises and cuts in her face and on her body he can barely tame his anger.Landry feels the instant connection with Adam as well. She has come to the bar because she didn't feel safe at home. She is a walking disaster and a catastrophe to happen. Her stalker came to her house and scared her. Unfortunately her brother is soon leaving for a tour, her parents are on a second honeymoon. Neither Adam nor Davis want to leave her behind. To take her out of the danger zone the band takes Landry with them on tour. While Adam loves having her close for the next two months she is his singer's sister and he and his bandmates have been warned to not touch Landry. How are Adam and Landry supposed to ignore their growing attraction when they are going to be locked up together in a tour bus for the next weeks?I loved Landry and Adam separately. They were lovely and sweet. Adam is super protective and possessive of the girl he has fallen in love with. There are men sniffing around her, though. She’s drawing them, like hungry wolves circling a rare piece of meat. I growl into the mic that she’s mine, all mine, that her kissing, her loving, her touching is mine, all mine. He is also a bit arrogant and follows his gut feeling. Landry is the funny and nerdy heroine you can relate to. There was actually one situation she had experienced in her past that happened to me too and I had a deja vu and I giggled for a couple of minutes at the memory. When I was fifteen, I went for an entire period with my skirt tucked into the back of my tights until a teacher, not even one of my damned friends, pulled it out for me. Yup. that right there is me. She is also innocent and naive when it comes to men and her attraction to Adam is a little bit inconvenient since she has been warned that he isn't the relationship kind of guy. It was so sweet to see Adam pine for her. And right there was the problem - you don't get much interaction between the hero and the heroine until you reach the 40% mark. While I can totally get on board with insta-love here it didn't work for me because there was no relationship build-up. There was a lot of band drama and talk about Landry's stalker but not much one-on-one between the main characters which took away a lot of the plausibility of their growing feelings. All this distracted from the romance aspect.Landry is still traumatized from her experience with her stalker and and this setup in the storyline had so much potential. Marrow’s stalking did a number on me, scarring me mentally and making me wary of all penis owners. The execution was, unfortunately, a little bit lame in the conclusion. I expected more tension and action but that didn't happen. It was over so fast that I had to blink twice and wonder if that was it.In the chemistry department these two definitely worked. Once they give in to their mutual feelings and attraction it is explosive. Adam is quite the dirty talker! Whew!This book can be read as a standalone, in case you were wondering. I am definitely going to read the other stories in this series!Overall I did enjoy this story, as mentioned I loved the main characters, I just didn't feel the love between them. Still, Jen Frederick has a fan in me - she knows how to write likable and relatable characters. I am looking forward to her next book and I would love to get a story about Davis! Love is a crazy little thing, but I get to share it with the best man in the world. I caught feelings for Adam Rees. He caught them back.
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  • Sabrina
    January 1, 1970
    NOW LIVEhttp://amzn.to/2lQma7xAs a very dedicated music junky I greatly appreciated the way this author wrote about music. Jen Frederick created Adam's character brilliantly and the way he spoke about music had me swooning all over the place. I loved that he was so into what he did and that he was very protective over the music he created. Past his love of music he was also amazing with Landry and I adored these two together. Adam became super protective over her very fast and I loved reading ab NOW LIVEhttp://amzn.to/2lQma7xAs a very dedicated music junky I greatly appreciated the way this author wrote about music. Jen Frederick created Adam's character brilliantly and the way he spoke about music had me swooning all over the place. I loved that he was so into what he did and that he was very protective over the music he created. Past his love of music he was also amazing with Landry and I adored these two together. Adam became super protective over her very fast and I loved reading about him pursuing her. I honestly wish we would have gotten more of Adam and Landry together but I think that's just because I loved them a s a couple so much. The hot rocker and the computer nerd, what's not to love? I actually lost track of this series somehow so I haven't read the previous book but I definitely plan on rectifying that soon. I need more of these men! Unwritten Playlist:Heart and Soul - Twin Atlantic Eighteen - Joyce Manor When You're Around - Pity Sex Cave Song - Pretty Vicious Me and My Lovers - All Get Out All That I Really Wanted - Manchester Orchestra The Summer - Citizen ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Christie«SHBBblogger»
    January 1, 1970
    Title: UnwrittenSeries: Woodlands #5Author: Jen FrederickRelease date: March 6, 2017Cliffhanger: No HEA(view spoiler)[Yes (hide spoiler)]In this Woodlands group of friends from Central College who lived together, Adam is the musician of the bunch. He grew up on tour with his famous father, and has music in his blood. Finally on the verge of something big with his band, he's hit with the most inconvenient feelings when he spots Landry at one of his shows. Normally, he'd have no hesitation pursui Title: UnwrittenSeries: Woodlands #5Author: Jen FrederickRelease date: March 6, 2017Cliffhanger: No HEA(view spoiler)[Yes (hide spoiler)]In this Woodlands group of friends from Central College who lived together, Adam is the musician of the bunch. He grew up on tour with his famous father, and has music in his blood. Finally on the verge of something big with his band, he's hit with the most inconvenient feelings when he spots Landry at one of his shows. Normally, he'd have no hesitation pursuing this beautiful redhead, but the sister of his new talented frontman has trouble written all over her. Adam has a serious case of love at first sight when it comes to Landry. He sees her and knows without a doubt, she is the one who is meant for him. I'm not a reader who is staunchly against insta-love. If the author can sell it, then I'm open to it. In Adam and Landry's case, I think it influenced my inability to fully connect to their romance. There was a certain detachment I felt throughout the book that I kept hoping would go away. But I never did seem to get on board with the emotional side between them.When it came to their attraction for each other, there was definitely nothing lacking. Not to mention, plenty of sexual tension and internal longing on both their parts. Adam was the the cutest with his secret desperation to be with her. Constantly having to suppress his desire for her, it became harder and harder to control. Especially when he could clearly see that she was equally as attracted to him. This never happens to me. I'm a computer geek-I don't go around fantasizing about licking a guy's zipper. This attraction to Adam is starting to freak me out. Landry was a great heroine, she had the nerdy thing going for her which is one of my reading weaknesses. In college, she was more than happy to stay behind the computer screen where she felt most comfortable. Now she's financially stable, but completely inexperienced with men. Her one experience with a guy was being stalked and attacked so she isn't exactly eager to go playing the field.After a hint of a threat from her stalker, her brother forces her on tour with the band to watch over her. Adam is assigned to keep an eye on her, it's keeping his hands off of her that's the real challenge. I liked how Landry was open with him about her crush from the start. She wasn't so shy or repressed that she couldn't be honest with him about her feelings. She just wasn't willing to risk developing deeper feelings for him if they were to have a physical relationship. She knew that Adam could have any girl he wanted and she was only traveling with them for a short time. There were a few things that didn't work for me, but that's not saying that didn't like it overall. It was still a solid three star read, I just found that I didn't have the same excitement as I have with most of her other books. I had a hard time getting absorbed in it. I think Adam and Landry needed more alone time, more time to develop their actual relationship and emotions. This story was more band centered, revolving around the varied band members interactions and visits from Adam's college friends. The other thing was that the stalker subplot didn't really do much for me. After having him discussed throughout the book, and having the threat of a reappearance hanging over her head, in the end it turned out to be anticlimactic. Jen Frederick is one of my go-to authors and I'll read anything she writes. While I didn't fully love this one, there were lots of funny moments and plenty of steam and chemistry to get your temperature rising. If you like rockstar romances that's low on drama, than this could be the right choice for you.FOLLOW SMOKIN HOT BOOK BLOG ON:
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  • Snow
    January 1, 1970
    4 "love behind the music" starsI liked this "off limits romance" and, for me, the first book I ve read in Woodlands series, cause it was enjoyable and not blindely linked to the previous books in the mentioned series which is definitely a plus! *wink You might think this is just another "forbidden" romance set in a music world background and you would be right, of course but if you'd decide on passing it by, you would also miss out on a fantastically portrayed "presence" of the main character - 4 "love behind the music" starsI liked this "off limits romance" and, for me, the first book I ve read in Woodlands series, cause it was enjoyable and not blindely linked to the previous books in the mentioned series which is definitely a plus! *wink You might think this is just another "forbidden" romance set in a music world background and you would be right, of course but if you'd decide on passing it by, you would also miss out on a fantastically portrayed "presence" of the main character - the band leader songwriter and the lead guitarist Adam Rees, then the absolutely itchy sensation of the angsty anticipation spread through out the story while the main characters, Adam and Landry (who just happens to be the band's lead vocalist Davis's sister, who joined the band trying to hide from the psycho stalker that is threatening her life, and therefore, she's off limits) fight against the attraction towards each other, cause of the fear it might destroy and devide the unity of the band. And then when they finally do succumb to the carnal desires it's too late to control the speed of immense sexual intensity that is even more evident the more they try to hide it from the rest of the band. Even though this is the high point of the storyline, it doesn't only rest on the romance factor, it's also intertwined with reflective insights on the main character's inner search for the meaning and substance (here especially through out the music) in life, while he's trying to do what he loves and what makes a huge part of him as an individual and not fall under the pressure of mainstream superficial hardcore capital by selling himself and his essence in the name of the commercial music industry.But to state again, Jen Frederick can write angsty anticipation and sexual build up like no one's business, and since I'm a sucker for that notion and feeling and I always feel the itchy, vivid rush from it, that alone is worth 4 stars, if not more. *wink****ARC kindely provided by the author in Exchange for an honest review***Release date March 6th, 2017.
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  • Carmen Rae
    January 1, 1970
    The Woodlands series is one of those series that I will literally drop everything for. Since the very first book I fell in love not just with the perfect writing style of Jen Frederick but with all of the amazing characters she produces. So as soon as a new Woodlands series is released I know I am going to sit down with a character I already know and love and get the opportunity to fall in love with another one.I was a little nervous when I saw this one was Adam’s story. See I really love Adam b The Woodlands series is one of those series that I will literally drop everything for. Since the very first book I fell in love not just with the perfect writing style of Jen Frederick but with all of the amazing characters she produces. So as soon as a new Woodlands series is released I know I am going to sit down with a character I already know and love and get the opportunity to fall in love with another one.I was a little nervous when I saw this one was Adam’s story. See I really love Adam but he was such a massive manwhore and I am not a huge fan of rock star romances generally (groupies aren’t my thing) so I was apprehensive about what we were going to get. I knew I would love it I was just scared I was going to tie my stomach in knots dealing with angst and drama.I should have had more faith in my beloved Jen. Adam was just the perfect book boyfriend from page one. He fell so hard and so fast and was so sweet and devoted and just damn I want one BUT then he was also this pierced and tatted rock god who could throw out dirty talk and back it up. I didn’t know if I was going to swoon or spontaneously combust.Then of course there was Landry. She was totes adorbs. I really liked that she was part shy, insecure, computer geek with a streak of steel. Like most of Jen’s characters she was multifaceted and felt so real. Plus we got all of the other band members and their families and a little bit of the original Woodlands couples to just add another great part of this great series.If you haven’t met the men of Woodlands you have no excuses since Jen has them all on sale and if you’re lucky the first one might even still be free. And if you have already met them all then please message me so we can gush over how perfect Adam was as a boyfriend. Oh and you can check out my other reviews for this series right hereCheck out my reviews here
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  • Beverly
    January 1, 1970
    I definitely enjoyed Unwritten, it has a brother’s best friend vibe in the sense that there is a little bit of forbidden love. See Landry is Adam’s new lead singer's sister, so there is the forbidden element. Plus she has been through some stuff so her brother is super protective of her. That’s how Landry ends up on the road with Adam and the band. Due to the stalking and assault, she has been through, her brother refuses to leave town without. Adam comes from music royalty and has experienced s I definitely enjoyed Unwritten, it has a brother’s best friend vibe in the sense that there is a little bit of forbidden love. See Landry is Adam’s new lead singer's sister, so there is the forbidden element. Plus she has been through some stuff so her brother is super protective of her. That’s how Landry ends up on the road with Adam and the band. Due to the stalking and assault, she has been through, her brother refuses to leave town without. Adam comes from music royalty and has experienced some of his own fame in the past. So you would expect him to be a manwhore and all about the fame, but he is actually a really great guy and knows what he wants. Once he decides he wants Landry he decides to make a move until he realizes she might not actually be interested him. So Adam takes a step back and doesn't want to make her feel uncomfortable or pressured. The story is told in dual POV so you can actually see that Landry is fighting her own feelings for Adam. This back and forth, forbidden element lead to an awesome build up between them and I was hooked. I think a lot of people will enjoy Unwritten and feel the same excitement I felt when reading. I am not a fan of rockstar books, but this one is perfect in the sense that you get this on the road, performing vibe, but you also don’t have to worry with the rockstar lifestyle. For me, that was a huge win since I am not a huge fan of angst. I have really enjoyed this series and I think Frederick did a fantastic job with Adam’s story. ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review.
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  • ~ Stéphanie ~ Tied up in Romance ~
    January 1, 1970
    Well that was such a lovely story. Until a few weeks ago I didn't know anything about the Woodlands series so I had no idea who Adam was. I read Undeclared because I wanted a little background but I didn't have the time to catch up on all the other books - yet. I mention this so you know you can absolutely read this as a stand-alone.FMK is the third band that Adam had created. He's very particular when it comes to music. And the guys with him might be on board or out. Laundryis Davis' sister, t Well that was such a lovely story. Until a few weeks ago I didn't know anything about the Woodlands series so I had no idea who Adam was. I read Undeclared because I wanted a little background but I didn't have the time to catch up on all the other books - yet. I mention this so you know you can absolutely read this as a stand-alone.FMK is the third band that Adam had created. He's very particular when it comes to music. And the guys with him might be on board or out. Laundryis Davis' sister, the new singer of the band. So when FMK has an opportunity to go on tour and Davis doesn't want to let her with a stalker, she has not other option than to join them.While Unwritten is a case of love at first sight, the relation between Adam & Laundry was a slow build. I enjoyed seeing them trying to resist the pull they had. It was a real torture at some point to see such sparks but not one of them could do a thing about it because of Davis. I love seeing how characters grow in a book and it was exactly how it happens in Unwritten. Laundry was a little insecure and became a woman with more confidence. Adam was a little too narrow-minded but he learnt to see things differently.Books about music are often a hit for me because I love to witness the backstage. With FMK being at their debut it was fun to see them progress as Adam's band to a real family where all are taking their right place. I'm attached to all of them. I really hope Jen is considering giving the other members a story because I definitely don't have enough of them all.Unwritten is just the perfect book if you want to snuggle on a Sunday (or any day) with music in your head and love in your heart.~ARC provided by the author in exchange of an honest review ~
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  • ✰ Bianca ✰ BJ's Book Blog ✰
    January 1, 1970
    Adam finally found the girl he wants to spend forever with. Too bad she comes with a LOT of baggage. Not only does she have a crazy stalker – she’s also the sister of his new bandmate Davis!! But all that doesn’t stop the insta-attraction they both feel. Even though they think the other could never feel the same …. But they have to fight it – which is not really easy when Landry has to go on tour with them for two months, because her brother doesn’t want to leave her alone with her stalker near Adam finally found the girl he wants to spend forever with. Too bad she comes with a LOT of baggage. Not only does she have a crazy stalker – she’s also the sister of his new bandmate Davis!! But all that doesn’t stop the insta-attraction they both feel. Even though they think the other could never feel the same …. But they have to fight it – which is not really easy when Landry has to go on tour with them for two months, because her brother doesn’t want to leave her alone with her stalker near by!I really enjoyed this book! Rockstar romances are my absolute favorite! I would’ve enjoyed it a bit more, had I known that this was book #5 in a series. But all the old couples just show up a few times, it’s not really necessary to know their stories. But I personally hate it to not know the first books in a series! But even without knowing much about anyone and anything, I really liked Adam and Landry. They were so adorable! I love rockstar romances where we’re really doing rockstar things like going on tour! And here we have all those adorable and crazy guys on a bus with one girl! Too funny! Too bad Davis told everyone HANDS OFF HIS SISTER! Poor Adam! It takes them a while, but of course they can’t deny their attraction forever.I loved reading it! I would’ve wished for a bit more. A bit faster in the sexiness department. Just a bit more. Not much happens. We’re on the bus and fight about music and the band, talk about the stalker and think about feelings. But nobody really does anything. Nothing really happens. BUT, I still liked it… I just wanted a bit more excitement! Not that there’s NO excitement. We have some sexy time and some frustrating moments and funny moments and suspensy scenes. It was a really great romance! A #RockstarRomance can’t do anything wrong in my eyes. It can always be better, but as long as it’s a rockstar romance, I’m pretty happy with it! UNWRITTEN was a really adorable & funny & frustrating & suspensy rockstar romance! Run to your nearest amazon for your own Adam, this one is MINE!
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  • Kim
    January 1, 1970
    3.5 starsI have enjoyed this series and have been looking forward to Adam's book. He is a musician that is finally finding his stride and is ready to go on tour with his new band. But his new lead singer, Davis, can't come on tour unless his sister, Landry, comes with them. For Adam that could be either the best or worst idea since he has been attracted to Landry since he first saw her. She's got a crush on him too. But her brother has already made all of the guys promise to stay away from her a 3.5 starsI have enjoyed this series and have been looking forward to Adam's book. He is a musician that is finally finding his stride and is ready to go on tour with his new band. But his new lead singer, Davis, can't come on tour unless his sister, Landry, comes with them. For Adam that could be either the best or worst idea since he has been attracted to Landry since he first saw her. She's got a crush on him too. But her brother has already made all of the guys promise to stay away from her and also make Landry promise not to get involved with any of his band. So she is off limits and they are stuck in a tour bus together while they pretend they are not interested in each other.Adam is charismatic, talented, but controlling and stubborn. He wants to do things his way. So when Landry and the band challenges that, it causes tension. Landry is more a shy, awkward, geek that does not see her own appeal. And her past has traumatized her. But the more they are together, the more sexual tension, repressed feelings, jealousy, and anger rears its ugly head. Even as they finally admit what they want to each other, Landry still wants to keep them a secret from her brother and the band to avoid conflict.So it is a precarious situation that could unravel at any time. Not to the mention the really good reason that Landry had to go on tour with them in the first place. Adam has to figure out what is best for him, Landry, and the band. I had a bit of a disconnect with this couple and story. I am not exactly sure why. The fact that previous playboy Adam took one look at Landry and basically saw "forever" was a bit much. It was definitely a slow build and took quite a while for them to progress past their insta-attraction. And then the whole hiding thing further hindered them. It was a bit hard to get invested in their feelings when they were hiding them so much.It was told in dual points of view which I did like. I enjoyed the cameos of the other characters from previous books: Bo, Ann Marie, Noah, Grace, Finn, and Mal. And I liked the band Davis, Rudd, and Ian (and his wife, Berry). It was a love-on-the-road-fledgling-rock-band read with an off-limits-friend's-little-sister component. there was also a bit of suspense due to Landry's past. It was enjoyable enough, but was not that angsty or romantic. It did not have quite the emotional hook or turmoil that some of the other books in this series has had. But I do like the dynamics of the group of characters. Their banter and humor is fun. Mal still needs his story and now she has opened the door for a spin off with Davis or Rudd. I was gifted a copy in exchange for an honest review. Follow Me: Reviews by Tammy & Kim | Facebook | Twitter
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  • Michelle
    January 1, 1970
    ARC provided by author in exchange for an honest review~Full Review to Come
  • Angela (Reading Frenzy Book Blog)
    January 1, 1970
    Jen Frederick rocks the heck out of this rock star romance. All the ingredients are there to make Unwritten an entertaining read, and the result is quite successful.Adam is the lead guitarist/songwriter for an up and coming band. Although women are plentiful and he’s no saint, Adam isn’t a total horndog. When he meets Landry, the new lead singer’s sister, he knows she is the one for him. It’s not technically a case of insta-love since the words, “love,” aren’t uttered. However, literally the mom Jen Frederick rocks the heck out of this rock star romance. All the ingredients are there to make Unwritten an entertaining read, and the result is quite successful.Adam is the lead guitarist/songwriter for an up and coming band. Although women are plentiful and he’s no saint, Adam isn’t a total horndog. When he meets Landry, the new lead singer’s sister, he knows she is the one for him. It’s not technically a case of insta-love since the words, “love,” aren’t uttered. However, literally the moment he lays eyes on her he becomes convinced she’s the woman he will spend the rest of his life with. Insta anything tends to bug me, so I was surprised I was able to overlook it and just enjoy the ride. Landry is an unadventurous, awkward computer geek who is forced to go on tour with her brother and his band. She is oblivious to her appeal, and Davis is super protective of his sister. His off limits edict, Landry and Adam’s growing mutual attraction, and close living quarters make for great some great sexual tension. There’s a side plot to add a bit of drama and a colorful cast of band members.For all of Adam and Landry’s secret encounters, the exposure of their relationship is a tad anticlimactic. Nonetheless, this is a fun story that satisfied my taste for a lighthearted romance.Unwritten is a standalone within the Woodlands series.Recommended for fans of:Rock starsSecret loversIntroverted heroinesBands on tour**ARC kindly received in exchange for an honest review.**
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  • Katy Loves Romance ❤️
    January 1, 1970
    I'm going to stop here! I got to 50% and just can't connect with the characters, so I'm going to stop here and move on. It's probably the case of timing and just me, so don't let this stop you. So until next time. On another note I LOVE Jens writing style on the norm so I will absolutely keep reading her stuff this one just didn't work for me. That. Is. All Xoxo
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  • Tpagirl
    January 1, 1970
    Unwritten was the fifth book in the Woodlands series by Jen Frederick. Although part of the series, it can be read as a standalone without missing anything.Adam Rees was the gorgeous leader for an up and coming band. He was born and raised in the music scene through his ridiculously famous dad. Doors could open as a result, but he dedicated himself to earning it in his own right. He was known as a player and heart breaker, but he always knew once he found "the one" that he would know and would s Unwritten was the fifth book in the Woodlands series by Jen Frederick. Although part of the series, it can be read as a standalone without missing anything.Adam Rees was the gorgeous leader for an up and coming band. He was born and raised in the music scene through his ridiculously famous dad. Doors could open as a result, but he dedicated himself to earning it in his own right. He was known as a player and heart breaker, but he always knew once he found "the one" that he would know and would settle down. He was right but life couldn't be that easy.Landry Olsen was the beautiful sister to the new lead singer, Davis. She secretly crushed on Adam but knew it could never go anywhere. He wasn't built for relationships and she would never ruin the good gig her brother had going. She also had her own baggage, which was a little more visible than she liked.I loved the story. I loved the buildup. The first half of the book was building a friendship and a foundation for the two. It was told in a dual POV but once the stage was set, we heard Landry's POV for awhile, then we heard Adam's for a while and it kept pace so that it wasn't a chapter by chapter volley but more of a time period volley. It kept the pace moving and was an interesting perspective.Additionally, the suspense started early on with Landry's stalker. It set the stage then went dormant but was always near the surface with the expectation that it would come to a head at some point.I loved the sibling interaction between Davis and Landry. I also loved the band mates. They were awesome and interacted like best friends or brothers. It was fun and filled with humor. Frederick set the stage perfectly for a spin off for each band mate to have a story.Although it was well written there were several editing errors, but nothing too numerous. Additionally, I felt it lagged slightly in the middle, but then picked up nicely again near the end.All in all, I found it fun, light hearted, entertaining and enjoyable. There's one more roommate from the original Woodland series, Mal, but I'm totally rooting for a band spinoff!
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  • Shayna
    January 1, 1970
    I just love a good romance where the hero falls instantly...where he makes up his mind right away that he will spend the rest of his life with this woman. It just gets me right in the gut and in the heart! Now, that doesn't mean this was a smooth ride to happily ever after. There is still angst...a little danger...and a hell of a lot of sexy times. UNWRITTEN by Jen Frederick is yet another WINNER in a long list of great romances by this incredibly talented author. "Let me love you." Adam Rees wa I just love a good romance where the hero falls instantly...where he makes up his mind right away that he will spend the rest of his life with this woman. It just gets me right in the gut and in the heart! Now, that doesn't mean this was a smooth ride to happily ever after. There is still angst...a little danger...and a hell of a lot of sexy times. UNWRITTEN by Jen Frederick is yet another WINNER in a long list of great romances by this incredibly talented author. "Let me love you." Adam Rees wants Landry Olsen the second he sets his eyes on her. The beautiful redhead draws him in like nothing before and sets his body and heart on fire. A few minutes later, he discovers that she is the sister of his new lead singer, and in a matter of minutes, she becomes forbidden fruit. She is of the highest temptation and there is no way that he can ignore their attraction towards one another. Their band needs this break, but it's worth the risk right? "That's my girl. Come for me." I absolutely ADORED Adam and Landry's story. It's the perfect blend of sexy and sweet, and I want to go back for more! UNWRITTEN is my very first Woodlands novel, but I'm not stranger to Jen Frederick's epic writing style. This is part of a series, but it can be read as a standalone. In fact, the second I put down UNWRITTEN, I added the previous books in the series to my TBR pile! If you are looking for a romance with heart and soul, UNWRITTEN is the book for you!
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  • Lacy Words we love by
    January 1, 1970
    This book was a light and fun read . So very different from all of Jen's other books that I've read . It's a very sweet story and different from your typical rock star romances . It doesn't dwell on the complicated side of dating a rock star . It focuses more on the relationship of the leading characters .Adam a very loveable hero an a music genius not very hang up on the glitters of a rock star life . He was very down to earth and very driven and I loved that about him . Landry was just as swee This book was a light and fun read . So very different from all of Jen's other books that I've read . It's a very sweet story and different from your typical rock star romances . It doesn't dwell on the complicated side of dating a rock star . It focuses more on the relationship of the leading characters .Adam a very loveable hero an a music genius not very hang up on the glitters of a rock star life . He was very down to earth and very driven and I loved that about him . Landry was just as sweet and not complicated . I loved how their story grew up from attraction to a beautiful love story .If you are looking for a refreshing and light fun read then this is your book .
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  • Polly
    January 1, 1970
    Review to come.
  • Mel
    January 1, 1970
    3 stars!Unwritten by Jen Frederick is a fun, flirty, sweet, and sexy forbidden rock star story! Though it is the fifth book in the Woodlands series, it can definitely be read as a standalone.Adam has been working hard to get his band, Fuck Marry Kill, noticed in the music world and it seems as though the band's luck is changing. Getting an offer to go on tour could be the thing that makes them famous, and he doesn't want to do anything to jeopardize this opportunity. What Adam doesn't plan for 3 stars!Unwritten by Jen Frederick is a fun, flirty, sweet, and sexy forbidden rock star story! Though it is the fifth book in the Woodlands series, it can definitely be read as a standalone.Adam has been working hard to get his band, Fuck Marry Kill, noticed in the music world and it seems as though the band's luck is changing. Getting an offer to go on tour could be the thing that makes them famous, and he doesn't want to do anything to jeopardize this opportunity. What Adam doesn't plan for is the gorgeous woman who ends up traveling with them. The crowd slightly parts to make way for Rudd, and that’s when I spot her.My redhead.…“Where are you going? Ian asks.“To meet my future,” I answer. And it is love-at-first sight. Or at least lust-at-first sight for Adam. He wants Landry even before he  finds out that she will be joining them on tour. It turns out Landry wants Adam just as badly, however, no matter how attracted she is to him, her brother is the front man for FMK and she doesn't want to screw anything up for him like she has in the past. So, though Adam consumes her thoughts, Landry tries hard to stay away from anything more than a friendship. Only time will tell if they can keep things platonic or if the spark they feel ends up finally combusting.This book is a quick, entertaining read. It was an interesting tension filled take on the forbidden romance and it played up the rock star scene well. I liked getting to know Adam and Landry and following the band on tour.Adam is a rock god. He is drop dead gorgeous and extremely talented. Not only does he want to make a name for him and his band separate from his famous father’s influence, but he now has someone in his sights who is worth settling down with. Getting inside his head and feeling the intense desires he had for Landry was fantastic, and I loved his dirty mouth. He was sweet, protective, and I loved that when he decided she was the one for him, his eyes never strayed. “Bands come and go. Girls like Landry are once in a lifetime.” Landry is smart, beautiful, and a little geeky. I loved that she knows exactly who she is and that she isn't a groupie type who just falls all over the band. She had such a fun personality and her inner dialogue cracked me up. If I turned my head, I could probably lick his zipper. It takes so much effort not to turn my head. So. Much. Effort.This never happens to me. I’m a computer geek – I don’t go around fantasizing about licking a guy’s zipper. She is sweet and cares so much for the people in her life and makes a lot of decisions based on what would make them happy. I do wish she took the initiative to physically go after what she wanted sooner because I felt her attraction towards Adam more on the inside and not as much on the outside.There's no denying that there was a whole lot of sexual tension between Adam and Landry that started from the moment they met. It just grows more intense and frustrating the longer they fight their attraction. When they give into their desire it is hot and heavy. However, I felt that the actual romance could have been explored deeper. Though they have a strong allure to each other, I didn't feel much of a real connection between them. I enjoyed the powerful longing they felt inside but I wanted it to be translated on the outside. Large portions of the book lacked scenes between them and rather featured Adam and Landry with the other characters in the story. Though secondary characters added hilarious elements and character support to the story, I wanted to watch Adam and Landry spend more time together, bonding, and turning their friendship into something real based on more than just lust. I didn't feel like they got to know each other well enough to warrant how much they meant to each other until the ending. I did, however, really like the epilogue which had a great mix of heart, humor, and steam.Overall, Unwritten is an enjoyable read and I recommend it to fans of rock star stories and forbidden romances.*ARC generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review*
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  • Maria Rose
    January 1, 1970
    I discovered Jen Frederick’s writing with Undeclared, the first book in her Woodlands series which I thoroughly enjoyed. After that, I made sure every Woodlands story would be on my reading list. Though the series started out with a college campus setting, it branched off to include other friends and as the characters have grown older, the college life has been left behind. A few of the friends live together in a large house in the Woodlands (hence the series name) and one of them, Adam, is read I discovered Jen Frederick’s writing with Undeclared, the first book in her Woodlands series which I thoroughly enjoyed. After that, I made sure every Woodlands story would be on my reading list. Though the series started out with a college campus setting, it branched off to include other friends and as the characters have grown older, the college life has been left behind. A few of the friends live together in a large house in the Woodlands (hence the series name) and one of them, Adam, is ready to take his show on the road – literally.Adam is the talented guitarist of up and coming rock band FMK. The son of a rock star, he grew up in the lifestyle but is determined not to be like his father whose antics led to fan expectations and pigeon-holed him into one style of show as a result. Adam writes songs for other singers, is picky about where his guys perform and is wary of being a commercial success too soon – no one wants to be known as a one-hit wonder. When FMK has a chance to go on a 5-month tour with a reputable promotion company, everyone is on board, including his new lead singer Davis. Davis has a sister Landry, a young woman who has had a bad experience with a stalker and he’s reluctant to leave her behind while his parents are away on their own vacation so he’ll come on the tour – as long as she can come with them.When Adam first sees Landry as a spectator at one of their shows, he’s instantly attracted to her. Finding out she’s his lead singer’s sister? He’s dismayed but determined – there’s something about her that is different and calls to him. Bringing Landry along on the tour is the solution to Davis’s concerns but having her in close proximity is definitely going to test Adam, especially since Landry confesses the attraction is mutual. They can only keep their hands off each other for so long – but what happens when Davis finds out? And can a road trip fling really lead to something more permanent?I enjoyed this story. It’s a slow burn romance, as the first half establishes Adam and Landry as friends who are fighting their attraction to each other. Davis has put his foot down in the ‘no touching my sister’ zone and has made it clear to the rest of the band that she’s off limits. This puts Adam off for a little while, but not for too long. Landry is 24, a smart woman who is a computer programmer by trade. She’s got money from having sold an app she developed with a college friend, so she’s not interested in Adam for his wealth or potential fame. Her history with men is not so great but she’s definitely old enough to make her own choices. Adam and Landry know they won’t be able to keep things a secret for too long once they get together. They eventually share some steamy scenes and their emotional connection is just as strong as their physical one.The stalker storyline is intense but not overly suspenseful as Landry had a classmate in college who imagined their acquaintance to be more than it was, with severe consequences. Though he only physically attacked her once, it was enough to go to jail and for her to have a restraining order on him, but he’s already out for time served and is still in the picture. It adds some tension to the story. The behind the scenes look at a rock band on tour was quite fun and I really enjoyed the scenes on and off the stage. All the guys are unique and likable characters and have great camaraderie together, but like any group in close quarters, they have to deal with disagreements too. This is especially true when they talk about the band’s future, with Adam having his own ideas that clash with the rest of the band.Just like the band has their ups and downs, so too does Adam and Landry’s relationship. Clashes between Davis and Adam put Landry in the middle, testing her loyalties. As the tour progresses they both have baggage to contend with before they get to their happy ending. But it’s worth the wait and we get a sweet epilogue too. Plus, for fans of the series, there are some nice cameos of Adam’s friends from earlier books in the series. I’m always happy to visit with the Woodlands gang, and Unwritten is an enjoyable and entertaining new adult romance.This review has been posted at Straight Shootin' Book Reviews: https://straightshootinbookreviews.co...A copy of this story was provided by the author via BocciPR for review
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  • Ivy Deluca
    January 1, 1970
    3.5 starsI usually do a full review, but have been sick for days, so this is as much as I can pull together:-First book I’ve ever read in this series, works as standalone. I’m curious about the earlier books, but I don’t feel I needed to read them for this to work, which is always cool.-Loved the plot, since rocker romances (especially while they’re on tour) are some of my faves.-Hero is sexy and all about the heroine, which is like catnip to me. He’s a smoker, which maybe isn’t, though I think 3.5 starsI usually do a full review, but have been sick for days, so this is as much as I can pull together:-First book I’ve ever read in this series, works as standalone. I’m curious about the earlier books, but I don’t feel I needed to read them for this to work, which is always cool.-Loved the plot, since rocker romances (especially while they’re on tour) are some of my faves.-Hero is sexy and all about the heroine, which is like catnip to me. He’s a smoker, which maybe isn’t, though I think it’s very true to life for the lifestyle.-Heroine is adorably dorky. Nose stuck in computer code, completely oblivious to how hot she is, of course. She’s a bit too insecure and oblivious at times, but when she stepped up at the right time.-Slow burner of a romance, which I like-Needed a bit more time together exploring their feelings through dialogue, as opposed to their inner monologues. Lust to love jump is pretty quick. It wasn’t jarring, but it was a bit of a stretch, but the story still worked, overall.I liked it. Jen Frederick is moving up my list of go-to NA romance authors, and I’d like to check out the rest of this series. I’d recommend for fans of rocker romances.**ARC provided by author for review**For more reviews, visit
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  • Beth
    January 1, 1970
    BOOK REVIEWTITLE: UnwrittenBOOK SERIES: Woodlands #5AUTHOR: Jen FrederickGENRE: New Adult / Contemporary RomancePUBLICATION DATE: March 6, 2017 CLIFF HANGER: No3.5 Stars*This story is for mature audiences only. Contains explicit scenes and language intended for adults 18+SYNOPSIS: After years of trying to hit it big with his band, Adam Rees’ dream is finally about to come true. A new lead singer brings with him a hot tour invite, but with a catch—his sister has to come with them. Despite an off- BOOK REVIEWTITLE: UnwrittenBOOK SERIES: Woodlands #5AUTHOR: Jen FrederickGENRE: New Adult / Contemporary RomancePUBLICATION DATE: March 6, 2017 CLIFF HANGER: No3.5 Stars*This story is for mature audiences only. Contains explicit scenes and language intended for adults 18+SYNOPSIS: After years of trying to hit it big with his band, Adam Rees’ dream is finally about to come true. A new lead singer brings with him a hot tour invite, but with a catch—his sister has to come with them. Despite an off-limits edict, Adam is instantly attracted the smart and beautiful Landry. But if he wants to claim his woman, it might be at the expense of all his ambitions.Landry Olsen has had success at every stage of her life, except when it comes to men. She’s put her heart on the shelf, but one look at Adam and she’s a goner. The hot rocker heats her from the inside out, and she wants him as much as he wants her. The only thing standing in their way of their happiness is Landry's brother—she ruined his musical hopes before, and she won't do it again. Even if it means saying no to the one guy who makes her believe in love again.There’s no fruit more tempting than the forbidden kind… MY THOUGHTS:Everyone reads the same book differently and I am sad to say that this one didn’t do much for me. I have been sitting on my review because I have been conflicted because I usually love this author’s work. It’s a solid read, but I will explain why it fell flat for me.This is the first time I have read the Woodlands series and it seems like a great series. This is a stand-alone and you don’t need to read the previous books to enjoy this book.I loved the main characters, Adam Rees and Landry Olsen. They were great characters, but there was a disconnect for me with them. They had chemistry that was off the charts, but I couldn’t connect to them and I don’t know why. I’m not sure if it was because they took so long to get together or because of the secretive relationship that you really couldn’t feel their relationship develop.There is a lot going on in the story and it was a quick read that kept me interested, however, the ending felt rushed and left me wanting more. The stalker issue was woven throughout the story, but when things finally shook out, it was anticlimactic for me. By all means this is my personal opinion and if you love rock star romance with a nerdy quirky heroine and sexy rock star, give this book a try.ARC kindly provided by the author for an honest review.
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  • Cocktails and Books
    January 1, 1970
    3.5 CocktailsNot my favorite of the Woodland books. Full review to come.
  • Cyndi Becker
    January 1, 1970
    Somehow I seem to do things out of order. Although this is the fifth in Jen Fredereric's Woodlands series, its the first that I've read. It's a thoroughly enjoyable story that mixes "forbidden" romance with an element of mystery and to top it off, it's set in the world of an up and coming band on tour. There's many dynamics between the band mates and the touring partners that keep the story flowing at a good pace. But at the center if the story is Landry and Adam, two well matched twenty somethi Somehow I seem to do things out of order. Although this is the fifth in Jen Fredereric's Woodlands series, its the first that I've read. It's a thoroughly enjoyable story that mixes "forbidden" romance with an element of mystery and to top it off, it's set in the world of an up and coming band on tour. There's many dynamics between the band mates and the touring partners that keep the story flowing at a good pace. But at the center if the story is Landry and Adam, two well matched twenty somethings with a distinct spark between them and weeks on the road together in which to fight it or succumb while keeping it on the down low.The story is told from both of their perspectives and I really enjoyed being in Landry's head. She's whip smart, very witty and in need of protection. Protection Adam intends to provide. There is an insta-attraction to each other, but Landry is considered off limits due to band mate Davis' brotherly rules. But weeks on the road together only solidifies their connection. Adam is so sweet to her so you'd think Davis and crew would see the developing relationship and the way in which Adam's standard guitar god conduct changes. It's fun to tour with this group (F*ck Marry Kill) as they find their following increasing and the music world opens up to them. There's relatively low drama, until Landry's past and present collide and I had no problem following the story cameo's from characters from proceeding books in the series show up. It made me want to read books 1-4 all the more. I adore Jen's characters and her writing in general, and I gotta say I found some moments between Landry and Adam incredibly hot. Seems I caught feelings for Adam Rees too! This is a solid 4 star read and one that I recommend.
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  • Samantha Larkin
    January 1, 1970
    I really liked that the drama didn't come from the obvious places! They were just talking and getting to know one another...it was super sweet!So why only 3 stars I hear you ask....it's mainly because the book I re-read before this was completely fantastic, and a bit of a tough act to follow! I know that shouldn't have an effect on my rating but It did! If in the future I re/read this one I might change my rating but I think for now it's was a solid enjoyable 3 stars!!
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  • Rachel
    January 1, 1970
    3.5/4 starsAdam Reeves is finally getting his band off the ground. Now that they have a lead singer with a unique voice, they have the opportunity to tour and get more exposure. The only catch is the lead singer, Davis, won’t go on tour unless his sister, Landry, comes with them. This isn’t a hardship for Adam, he’s been interested in Landy since he laid eyes on her, except that Davis has made Landry off limits to the band. Landry isn’t thrilled to be tagging along with her brother, but her opti 3.5/4 starsAdam Reeves is finally getting his band off the ground. Now that they have a lead singer with a unique voice, they have the opportunity to tour and get more exposure. The only catch is the lead singer, Davis, won’t go on tour unless his sister, Landry, comes with them. This isn’t a hardship for Adam, he’s been interested in Landy since he laid eyes on her, except that Davis has made Landry off limits to the band. Landry isn’t thrilled to be tagging along with her brother, but her options are limited and she doesn’t want to keep him from his dream. She can work from anywhere, so the only thing keeping her from being excited about getting away from home for a bit is the attraction she feels towards Adam, an attraction that she doesn’t want to feel. Close quarters and secrets keep these two in a tug of war between their chemistry and their intentions from almost the moment the bus pulls out of the lot. Even though the attraction between them is instant, this really is more of a slow build, at times frustratingly slow. They both acknowledge they are interested, but for multiple reasons continue to deny the attraction publicly. The amount of time they spend together by the time things start to turn physical means they know a lot about each other (as do the readers) before the sexy times start to heat up. They start things in secret, but when everyone is in close quarters all the time, how long can they keep things under wraps?It was a lot of fun to see cameos from the other Woodlands couples, and really get to know Adam’s band as they travel together. There is a lot of time spent on the bus, and a lot of time to get to know these men. This feels like a great starting point for a spin-off with stories for the other members of the band, but it also fits with the Woodlands series nicely. While this isn’t my favorite of the Woodlands books, it was definitely a needed story. As Adam has been watching his roommates fall in love, he has realized that love isn’t something that holds anyone back when both parties are true. He wants what his friends have, but hasn’t found the one he wants to give up the fun of variety for until now. I was gifted a copy in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Emma
    January 1, 1970
    I completely love this series, I was so excited to get Adam's story.As the son of a famous rock star, Adam has spent his life trying to make a name for himself on his own merit and move from under the shadow of his fathers fame and reputation. He has led the quintessential rocker lifestyle from a young age, and as such has contributed to his playboy bachelor status. Although underneath Adam is a true romantic, fully believing in intuition and fate. In that respect he is willing to go with his in I completely love this series, I was so excited to get Adam's story.As the son of a famous rock star, Adam has spent his life trying to make a name for himself on his own merit and move from under the shadow of his fathers fame and reputation. He has led the quintessential rocker lifestyle from a young age, and as such has contributed to his playboy bachelor status. Although underneath Adam is a true romantic, fully believing in intuition and fate. In that respect he is willing to go with his instincts when he catches sight of an adorable red-head in the crowd at his gig, staring intently at him. Little does he realise that she is short-sighted LOL.The adorable red-head is Landry, who also happens to be the sister of Adam's bands lead singer, hello first barrier. I fell completely for Landry right alongside Adam from that first meeting. She is a complete geek who owned her geekdom, as well as a self-proclaimed introvert. There is a constant underlying vulnerability to Landry, understandable when revelations regarding her history with a stalker come to light within the plot.The attraction between Landry and Adam is undeniable, yet, they are unwilling to admit it to each other due to the numerous obstacles in their path, including Adam's reputation and Landry's brother. Adam is determined to prove he is a reformed player and willing to take things slowly with Landry. However, when the sparks catch fire there is no stopping the blaze that follows.Gratifying, there is little angst within Unwritten and a lot more of the swoon worthy romance I wouldn't have expected from Adam. The thriller elements surrounding Landry's stalker added tension to the plot but also aided Landry's character development, I loved the way she gained inner strength to take control of her life.As always it is a pleasure to catch up with the other characters as they make a cameo appearance in Unwritten. Although, I did miss the usual epilogue Jen includes, where is it???
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  • Bookgasms Book Blog
    January 1, 1970
    Adam Rees is the lead guitarist of his band, Fuck Marry Kill “FMK” and he just knows they’re about to make it big. There’s a new lead singer that brings with him the grit, gravel and talent to take the band to a higher plain. Their early success brings a coveted invitation to tour with four other up and coming bands, and Adam and the guys just can’t wait to kick off their future. But there’s just one tiny catch… the new lead singer’s smokin’ hot, smart and beautiful sister, Landry Olsen, has to Adam Rees is the lead guitarist of his band, Fuck Marry Kill “FMK” and he just knows they’re about to make it big. There’s a new lead singer that brings with him the grit, gravel and talent to take the band to a higher plain. Their early success brings a coveted invitation to tour with four other up and coming bands, and Adam and the guys just can’t wait to kick off their future. But there’s just one tiny catch… the new lead singer’s smokin’ hot, smart and beautiful sister, Landry Olsen, has to come along for the first two months. Oh, and she’s been deemed “off limits” too… no problem, right? Adam can keep his libido in check—even if Landry is the woman of his dreams…Landry’s not happy to be forced along on this tour. She wants her brother to find the success he forfeited when he ruined his life to save hers. It’s his second chance and she doesn’t want to blow it by falling for the bad boy rocker. She’s been very unlucky on the man front for her whole life—but Adam is irresistible. Is her brother’s happiness something Landry’s willing to sacrifice for her own chance at love?Oh, man, it seems as if I’ve been waiting forever for Adam’s story! And it was so worth the wait! I loved how Adam and Landry got together… Adam has been such a manwhore, it was awesome to see him finally fall for one woman—and that he couldn’t make a play for her was even better! It was great that even though they had an instant connection, they had to get to know each other due to the circumstances of the tour. It was so fun watching the band come together—to really work with each other and grow into a unit, to truly make themselves a band! It was fun being a bit of a fly on a wall during the tour—to sit on the side of stage and watch FMK perform. I loved the band dynamics too—loved how they acted like a bunch of siblings—so fun with the shit they gave each other. And, of course, I loved seeing the cameos by Noah and Grace and Ann Marie and Bo made my day too. ~ Missy, 4.5 stars
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  • Kiki
    January 1, 1970
    Me not you situation.The writing does nothing for me.Sorry peeps!
  • Petra Gleason
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 stars
  • Crazy for Books (Stephanie)
    January 1, 1970
    ARC provided in exchange for an honest review. 5 Love At First Sight StarsAdam has spent his whole life in the music scene, first because if his rock star father, and now because of his own band and musical aspirations. It's not until he spots the green-eye redhead at his latest show, that he understands what his friends and roommates have been going on about with their relationships. Landry has had a tough couple of years. She's spent most of her life behind a computer screen and the unwanted ARC provided in exchange for an honest review. 5 Love At First Sight StarsAdam has spent his whole life in the music scene, first because if his rock star father, and now because of his own band and musical aspirations. It's not until he spots the green-eye redhead at his latest show, that he understands what his friends and roommates have been going on about with their relationships. Landry has had a tough couple of years. She's spent most of her life behind a computer screen and the unwanted attention from Marrow hasn't helped. She's a little socially awkward. When she's introduced to Adam, she's immediately attracted to him. Landry's brother Davis has the chance to go on a five month tour with Adam and FMK and she decides to go with them in order to give her brother the peace of mind he needs. Davis has made it quite clear to his bandmates that Landry is off limits. Not knowing how each other feels, the pressure builds until things come to a head with Landry and Adam. Will they find a way to communicate with each other and tell her brother how they really feel about each other; and will the danger that's always lurking in the background be put to rest?I really loved this book. There were deep moments and hilarious moments. The dynamics of the band and their relationships were fantastic. Rudd was hilarious and cracked me up. Ian and Adam had their moments and you got a sense of the fact that they'd been bandmates and family to each other for a long time. I loved how they all embraced Davis and Landry.Without saying too much to give it away, I loved what Landry became away from her demons and on tour with the band. She came out of her shell and was finally able to relax. I'm a huge fan of Jen Frederick's so this book being good wasn't a surprise, but it's always nice to read a good book.
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  • Timitra
    January 1, 1970
    Rated 3.5 StarsUnwritten was a funny read. It had me chuckling loudly at times. It was also slow, especially the first half of the book and yeah I know the relationship between Landry and Adam was a slow burn but I wished things had developed quicker between them. I also found that it was a bit choppy, parts of it didn't flow naturally, it felt a bit like things were missing.I did find it an enjoyable read but I wished that it had fully worked for me.ARC provided by author in exchange for a hone Rated 3.5 StarsUnwritten was a funny read. It had me chuckling loudly at times. It was also slow, especially the first half of the book and yeah I know the relationship between Landry and Adam was a slow burn but I wished things had developed quicker between them. I also found that it was a bit choppy, parts of it didn't flow naturally, it felt a bit like things were missing.I did find it an enjoyable read but I wished that it had fully worked for me.ARC provided by author in exchange for a honest review
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