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    Strong plot

    I received a copy of the ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. M. O’Keefe immediately draws the reader into Annie’s harsh world. She has barely escaped her controlling abusive husband. Annie shares her story via her point of view. She has never lived independently and she finds respite at a dingy trailer park far from her family farm. As she settles into her home a cell phone rings and she curiously answers it. The caller is identified as Dylan and their phone ‘relationship’ begins. Dylan shares snippets of his life as well via his point of view. He is not as forthcoming as Annie. Both characters are damaged emotionally and hold on to their dark secrets. Their connection is undeniable and she begins to gain confidence via this unlikely liaison. Everything I Left Unsaid is a well-written page-turner. This character driven read has strong primary and secondary characters. The secondary characters add shocking layers to the quick moving plot. As secrets are revealed their relationship becomes complicated. Will giving into their true feelings allow them to heal and move forward? Will they ever be able to trust? The cliffhanger will catch you off guard. Looking forward to the sequel as Annie and Dylan’s journey is not over. This contemporary romance does not disappoint.
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    Unique, sexy and mysterious!

    I absolutely loved Everything I Left Unsaid! This book was a breath a fresh air for me, and one I would recommend so highly. I was hooked from the first pages. It was undeniable that this book would be something special. The characters, the setting, the wonderful unknown kept me up all night reading. Everything I Left Unsaid is unique, so sexy and ultra mysterious. What can I say about Annie and Dylan without giving anything good away? Because, trust me, you'll want to experience their relationship as it unfolds on the page, each surprising and thrilling moment. You'll feel for Annie and fall for Dylan. I admired Annie's bravery and her willingness to step outside of her box to make a real change in her life. While we get to see these two characters falling for each other, this story is also about Annie's journey as a woman and her finding herself in a world that's new and open to her. I knew going into this book that there would be a cliffhanger ending (and I'm really glad that I knew and was ready for it), but I'll say please don't let that stop you from diving into this great story right away. Annie and Dylan's story continues in the second book, The Truth About Him, which only comes out about a month from now. This first book is a full story all on it's own, packed with secrets, passion, romance and discovery of self. I absolutely can not wait to jump back in and read more about these characters! I want to know more of Dylan's secrets, and find out how these two are going to overcome their separate battles. M. O'Keefe's writing is fantastic, drawing you in deep. I'm definitely a new fan! I received a copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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    Unique scenario

    This was almost a 5 rating for me, but I just didn't find Annie quite to my liking. I liked her, but I just didn't like her thought process, but I suppose that's because she was raised in a sort of sheltered life. I wasn't quite sure if it was a cult, or if it was just a religious town, but she was definitely closed off from people who should've looked out for her, and because of that she made bad choices, and she didn't have the opportunity to grow; she's still a bit childish, even though she's 24, and so I had a difficult time dealing with her immature decisions. Another thing I didn't love, is when she goes to her neighbor's work place; I don't want to spoil it, so I won't say what her neighbor does, but that whole scene was just very unappealing to me. Dylan was an interesting character, he's sort of a recluse and an alpha, but he also has problems and demons in his life, and he's not really dealing with them, so he's closed himself off emotional from a lot of people. Both Dylan and Annie are secretive. Annie is secretive, but I thought she chose the wrong people to not be secretive with, so there's another thing I wasn't in love with about her. I liked how Annie and Dylan first are introduced to each other, the whole finding a phone, and getting to know some mysterious guy on the other line is interesting; it's risky, but unique, and they do have some spicy scenes; a lot of self pleasure, but still spicy. I liked how the story evolved, and I'm glad I have the next book in the series because I would have hated to wait with that cliffhanger in this book! I did enjoy the mysteries in this book, and I couldn't put the book down because I wanted to know the answers! I look forward to the next book, and I'll check out any other books of Molly O'Keefe.
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    Everything I Left Unsaid

    Everything I Left Unsaid by Molly O’Keefe is the first book I have read by this author but definitely won’t be the last. This is beautiful written and will grip your heart from the beginning and has lots of twist and turns that hold your interest and leaves you begging for more. I can’t wait for the next book!!! I was given and ARC of this book.
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    An exciting erotic thriller! Part 1 of 2

    This thrilling erotic romance is the first of two parts, and ends with a cliffhanger. I don't normally read stories that don't have a happy ending all in one go, but I love Molly O'Keefe's writing and for her, and a few other trusted authors, I'm willing to make an exception. Annie is on the run (three guesses as to from what - I won't spoil it here, but it's not kept from the reader for very long). She ends up in a trailer park, a place far away from her home, isolated and anonymous - just what she's looking for. The office manager has given her a job cleaning in return for the rent. On getting set up in the trailer, Annie finds a cell phone, answering a call that will change her life. Because the man on the other end, at first looking for the previous owner obviously, asks a small favour of her - to keep an eye on one of her neighbours, and in return she can have the phone. But not only that, something about his voice, seductive and safe at the same time sets Annie free to speak with him as she's never spoken to any other man (though to protect herself she says that her name is Layla, a cousin's name and a woman who was always much more adventurous than Annie herself). Soon their phone calls lead to dangerously erotic territory, but at all times Annie feels safe and wanted, something she hasn't felt for years. Dylan, a man she knows only by his voice, soothes and excites her. But danger never stays away for long, and when Dylan's present and Annie's past come crashing into the place she thought she was safe, Annie's illusion might be gone for ever. This is a tricky book to write a review for, because there are so many things to say that would spoil the story, and I think everyone should get a chance to have the revelations inside discovered one by one as they happen. But there are still a few things I can say about it, hopefully to entice you to pick it up for yourself (and even knowing that it will end and you will gnash your teeth waiting for the second book - which luckily is coming out in November so not too long to wait). First of all, it's written in a very interesting fashion. It's a dual point of view, so you get Annie and Dylan both, but Annie's voice is first person point of view (such that you feel her thoughts and emotions) and Dylan's is third person point of view (so like an outsider looking in). In a sense this first book is Annie's part of the story (even though the second book is a continuation, not a rehashing of this one), and the title is appropriate as she has secrets from Dylan that don't get told until nearer the end. Annie comes across as a frightened and lonely woman at first (as expected since she is on the run), but she gradually gets her bearings and her self confidence picks up as she realizes that she's really managed to get away from her past and can look toward a new future. While a run down trailer park isn't her ideal, it's a stepping stone to independence. Dylan - now there's an enigma. From the first time he hears Annie's voice on the phone he is drawn to her, her innocence captivating him on the phone and her obvious desire to explore her own sexuality something he is very happy to indulge her in from a distance, never thinking that they would meet in person. He's a loner too, though one in much better circumstances than Annie, a successful self made man who overcame the odds of his violent upbringing to be where he is today. Pieces of his story are delivered slowly over the course of the book , each one a little surprising revelation, but the most obvious characteristic, the one that endears him to the reader is his concern for Annie and his desire to make things better for her. He's got the money to do that (though she doesn't know that until later) but it's his encouragement of her to try new things (sexual and otherwise) that show how she's become someone important in his life. While the sex scenes (phone sex and eventually in person sex) are powerful, it's the emotional connection Dylan and Annie form that drives the story. Add to that the tension from the very start, and the slow revelations one by one about who Dylan really is and what happened in Annie's past and you get a thrilling, page turner that keeps you on edge right to the end. And that ending will slay you, and hold you in suspense until part 2, The Truth About Him, comes out in November. 5 stars.
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