Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Review - Used (Unlovable #1) by Lynetta Halat

Denver has lived in the shadow of her mother. Her mother with her endless string of boyfriends. One night she decides to take matters into her own hands. She decides to take away the the one thing that her mother's husband desire from her. Greer loves her more than anything and is willing to settle for a loveless (on her part) relationship. Over the years the relationship eats away at him. All he ever wanted was for her to give in to what she really feels and say she loves him but Denver will never say such words. She believes she is too good for him. What she doesn't realize she stole so much from him and it hurts him that she doesn't that  she is deserving  and capable of love. That she is nothing more than a slut when in reality she has only been with one man. Her best friend even before birth. She goes to college and is instantly attracted to Ransom. The chemistry between them is palpable. An event brings them together which alters the course of their relationship. What does the world hold for the couple after this I don't know. I hope that Greer can find redemption from Denver's corruption. One moment that got out of hand shouldn't define him, especially when the lines were blurred to begin with. Hopefully Ransom can show Denver what love is and that she is deserving. I also hope that Greer will heal from the damage that Denver caused which altered the course of their friendship. Hopefully they can find their way back to each other even if its only as friends.

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