Friday, September 28, 2012

Untouchable Series - reviews

First off, I absolutely loved this series! All of it! I read them back to back to back and never wanted them to end.

In book one of the series, we meet heiress in hiding, Annalisa (Winslett) McKinnis.  She is an absolute bad ass and is pretty much awesome at everything. It's a little annoying after while but whatever, I loved it! When two new hotties enroll at Pensacola High, of course they both fall for her. Unfortunately, one of them is hired to kill her. Leese and Evan (aka Micah) both end up telling eachother the truth about who they really are and Micah has six weeks to finish his job or someone will kill them both.

You can feel the love and sexual tension on each page. There are so many twists and turns in this book. I honestly couldn't put it down because I was dying to know what was going to happen next.

Unforgivable was an excellent addition to the Untouchable Series!  

It picks up right where the first book left off. With Micah having left the mob, Leese and Micah believe they can finally live their life together. Unfortunately, the mob doesn't want to let go of their best hit man.
Both Micah and Leese make some extremely unforgivable decisions in the name of love and to protect eachother. I was a complete angsty mess while reading this book. We get more of Ryan's character too (the other boy from the first book). He turns out to be a great friend to Annalisa but of course those feelings he has for her are still there.  

What a heart wrenching yet hopeful book!

Aahhhh Untraceable, the final chapter in the Untouchable Series did not disappoint. It's full of action, a lot more sex, suspense and emotional wreckage!  

The love between Micah and Annalisa is real and intense. I found myself screaming at the pages, at Micah and at the hell that was breaking loose all over! 

Luckily, we get a happy ending, a hell of a shocker and the possibility of being able to have it all over again! 

If you haven't read this series, I highly recommend it. Perfect amount of  romance, angst, heartbreak, sacrifice, family, faith and hope and love.                                                           

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