WOW! All the feels, all over the place, everywhere. I don’t think I have cried this much over a book that didn’t kill off a main character.
Unwritten by Alex Rosa is a smalltown second chance romance. Now you all know I am lover, LOOOOOOOOVER of smalltown romance. Second chance, meh…. I get iffy on it because, you know, flashbacks. I am just a stickler to please with those dang flashbacks. But guess what? No flashbacks! And guess what else? I could still follow the ENTIRE story without chapters upon chapters of information that doesn’t really matter! It was FABULOUS!
What I loved:
No flashbacks. Duh!
The h/H: Hailey and Caiden are written beautifully. It was just fantastic.
What I didn’t love: That it had to end? Seriously, front to back loved the whole thing.
Overall: I know exactly why I loved this book so much. It was like I was watching real-life happen. There were moments I forgot I was reading a book altogether. I was as much of a part as Hailey and Caiden’s journey as they were. Hence all the crying and my crazy emotions. Five stars Alex Rosa; I’ll definitely be reading more from you!
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Hailey Elwood always knew three things: she wanted to be a writer, she didn’t want to run her family diner, and she was madly and unconditionally in love with Caiden Anderson.
When Hailey came to the conclusion that her family would never understand her dream to write, she decided to take her future into her own hands, but what she didn’t expect was Caiden’s ultimatum.
Falling in love with Caiden was easy. Saying goodbye to him was not.
Five years later, Hailey’s debut novel becomes an international bestseller, skyrocketing her to fame, but when her mother passes away, she’s forced to return to her hometown to confront the memories and the man that shaped her first book. She’ll argue it’s fiction, but Caiden knows better.
Hailey wasn’t the only one who was left battered and bruised, and Caiden makes it a point to make her accountable chapter by chapter.
Now with her publisher suddenly pushing her for a sequel, she isn’t sure how to write it when her future is still unwritten.