Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Review - Unwritten by Melody Grace

by Melody Grace
Series: Beachwood Bay, #7
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: March 10, 2015

He’s my best friend’s brother – and the only boy I've ever loved. Movie star, manwhore, and totally off-limits.

Until now.

I told myself it was time to move on, until one epic night changed everything. Now there’s no denying the way I feel when he touches me, or the reckless desire in his eyes.

Once we cross that line, there’s no going back. But can I risk it all for him when he’s still hiding secrets of his own?

Some love stories are destiny. Ours is still unwritten.

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The Beachwood Bay series has quickly become a go-to read for me when I need a well written story that is guaranteed to keep me smiling as I turn every page. I always enjoy the best friend’s brother story line, and this one delivered a fun romance between two people who have had a connection for years, but have to work through some issues before they can find their happy ever after. It had some angst, some heat, and some sweet, which made this another good read for me.

Although this isn't my favorite read from this series, I enjoyed watching Zoey and Blake struggle to find their HEA. I liked getting glimpses back into the past to see the relationship that formed over the years between Zoey and Blake. It was so clear that these two were a perfect match, but it was also clear that they needed to find themselves before they could find each other. Blake had some moments where I really wanted to reach into my kindle and give him a good smack, and I found myself wanting Zoey to yell at him to man up (or give him that smack for me). Of course understanding the baggage that was being carried by both Zoey and Blake made me sympathetic…to a point.

I did love watching Zoey and Blake together, when all the emotional baggage was stripped away and they were just themselves. There was such a great connection that you could feel between them and I loved how raw their emotions were written on the page.
“I don’t know what I did to be so lucky,” he murmurs, his eyes full of emotion. “What it is you see in me.”

“You,” I tell him softly. “I see you.”
What I really loved about this book (and all these books), was the rest of the Callahan crew, especially Ash (and I really can’t wait for his story!). This is one tight family who always seems to know when to hold back and when to push when it comes to helping each other work through problems. I love being able to catch up with the characters from previous books and I think one of the things I enjoy most about this series is knowing that even though the entire family may not get a big part in the book, they all play a role in story.

As I said, not my favorite read in the series, but definitely worth checking out.

I received a copy of this book from the author for an honest review.


  1. Aw what a sweet moment. She really sounds like a lovely author.

  2. I'm just loving this series - a real comfort read that makes me smile!


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