Monday, September 15, 2014
Unstoppable (Beachwood Bay #5) by Melody Grace- Review
A secret scar…
Tegan Callahan has sworn off bad boys for good. Growing up on tour with her rock star brother, she knows first-hand the damage they can do. She’s looking for a nice, safe, stable guy – until a chance encounter with a devastatingly sexy stranger makes her question everything she thought she wanted.
A troubled soul…
Ryland James arrives in Beachwood Bay on the run from his mistakes. He knows he’s the last thing Tegan needs, but somehow, he can’t stay away. There’s something about her fierce beauty that draws him in – and makes him vow to protect her, whatever the cost.
A passionate destiny…
Their bond is undeniable; the stakes, higher than ever. But the past won’t stay gone forever, and soon, Ryland must make the ultimate choice: will he risk everything he treasures in the world, or keep Tegan safe – and sacrifice her love forever?
*This book contains adult situations and explicit content. 17+*
Unstoppable by Melody Grace
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Teagan has experienced some pretty serious tragedy in her life. With a lot of support and effort, she has healed and is ready to move forward with her life. She is going to stay at her brother's beach house and try to decide what she wants with the rest of her life. She meets Ryland, who is not the kind of person she is looking for. Teagan has experienced drama, chaos, and passion and is not looking for any of that now. Ryland has been through a lot himself, and is finally at a place in his life where he may be able and try to re-connect with his family and settle down. Teagan and Ryland are very attracted to one another even though they both feel that they aren't what the other needs.
I have enjoyed the books in this series, and one of the things I always like is staying in touch with characters from the previous books. Dex (who I love) is Teagen's brother and it is his beach house she is staying at. We also get to touch base with Brit, who is Ryland's sister and see how things are going with her and Hunter. Teagan is a character that it is easy to sympathize with and cheer on. She's experienced a lot of pain, but is ready to live her life again and try to be happy. Her support system is fantastic and it is great to see her brothers and friends care about her well-being so strongly. Ryland is pretty easy to like as well. Especially when we see that he has gotten himself into most of his bad situations by helping others and trying to take care of people he loves. The chemistry between Teagan and Ryland is hot, and I will gladly read the next books in this series.
*An ARC was provided in exchange for an honest review