Unbeautifully (Undeniable: Book Two) Two for two this week for me and I loved this one on an almost 5-star level. Ooooooh it was almost. Read “Unbeautifully” by Madeline Sheehan with Rakuten Kobo. Warning: This is not a story about fate or destiny. This is a story about pain, sorrow, and suffering. Unbeautifully by Madeline Sheehan. ** 5 out of 5 Stars** **WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD** Warning: This is not a story about fate or destiny.
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I felt so bad… all he did was love and take care of Danny in his own way. But like most things involving Ripper and me, they were always impulsive, messy, and confusing, giving new meaning to the term whirlwind romance.
If you are a fan of fluffy romance, chick lit and opposed to bad language, violence and other unmentionables, these books will not be for you. There must be something wrong with me if I like the way pain feels. Rainstorms brought you to your knees, soaking you in uncontrollable need, lightning flashing before your eyes while you dug your fingers deep into the earth, trying to hold on; unable to tell which was louder…the thunder roaring in your uhbeautifully or the pounding of your heart.
And he hated me. I was not expecting that from an 18 barbie-esq girl who wore pink and bling twenty-four seven.
Because without ugly, there would be no beauty. Told in dual POV, we get to see both of them try to move on, and my heart broke over and over again at everything they went through, and the circumstances they are forced to deal with. Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.
Danny asks for him to put brotherhood aside There was no way that I was going to be able to put Unbeautifully down once I started.
Unbeautifully (Undeniable, book 2) by Madeline Sheehan
Reread cause it will be a while till we get Unattainable which I can’t freakin wait for, Mad love for Teagan I’m not gonna spoil anything even if that’s my name but I will say this, Fuckin A while raising fist in air can Madeline write a story.
Because…these characters crawl into your brain, fuck you up in shsehan best way possible and then pop a squat for the long haul, never letting go and you love it.
She just kinda grated on my nerves and then about half unbeautifilly through I was just done with her and a decision she made. It’s the story of Danny; young, beautiful, sweet daughter of Deuce, the president of the Hell’s Horsemen Motor Cycle club. It keeps going and going and going until the very end. It unbeautifulyl really great to catch up will all of them and see their stories. Love your blog and recommendations and your passion for great novels.
He took a good, hard look at his faults and made the best decisions not only for the club, but for his family. Ripper is not only scarred on outside, but on the inside also. They had their book they had their story so why give them as much attention in this book?
I felt sorry for so many, ZZ, he was wronged and seems to be paying the price. The book is really emotional. View all 75 comments. It is raw, real and filled with such intense emotions – crazy, scary, fucked-up As soon as I finished reading this – I sent Madeline a message and told her that because of this book I have to go on a reading sabbatical. Yes, you will need them. Readers who loved Deuce in Undeniable will get an eyeful, earful and mouthful of him and his oh-so smart Eva in Unbeautifully.
Maybe I was too shocked while reading UnD and didn’t savor the hotness of it. I’m trying really hard to be objective about it in the sense that it’s a book, it’s representing a dark underbelly of our society, and it’s not like karma doesn’t come for each and every character in this series.
She even talks about her childhood and how you were kind of MIA all the time and she was basically raised by her brother. There were parts I really liked and that so have me craving more but there were parts that really pissed me off and had me ready to just abandon the book.
How is that even possible, you ask? Here is when Danny comes into the picture.
I’m just thinking that my objections aren’t like the other’s I’ve read. Ooooooh it was almost perfect for me, even when I was appalled at a few of the men eeeep!
Beneath Blood and Bone. He was so fucking fucked. Scary, amazing,true,flawed,fucked up, intense and I’m tryin’ to figure out whether I’m gonna slap some sense into you or fuck the shit outta you. How can an author have the ability to write about things in life that on the surface can only be described as raw and ugly nightmares, but yet she somehow turns them into something ‘beautiful’? It isn’t the inclusion of it, but it’s the assumption that a character could really be liked after they do something like this.
Thanks for the review.