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    Great read

    You thought you were having a bad week? Wait until you meet Kate and see how bad her week is going! The only highlight to that week was meeting Josh! Destiny had a big role in these two people meeting and it was fun to see how that happened! Both of the characters have had events in their past that have stunted the people they are now and it is enjoyable to watch them grow with each other! Can't wait to read the second book!
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    Enjoyable but a little long

    I enjoyed reading Unwritten and it was nice to have a female “rock star” romance as it’s usually the hero who is the celebrity. Rachel Lacey is a wonderful writer and I connected very strongly with Kate’s character and the immense amount of development that Lacey puts into this heroine. However, the book felt very long and there were a few points where I thought the story was moving towards a conclusion and it just kept going so that was a little draining. That being said, the pace was really nice and I never felt bored by the story, partly because there was so much going on. Our mystery campaign to ruin Kate’s image as America’s Sweetheart was definitely brutal for Kate, a woman who is very private about her past. The author could have taken out half of the bad things that happen to Kate and there still would have been plenty to make up the story. The sheer amount of troubles was a bit overwhelming for the reader but it certainly set the tone for how hard Kate’s life was becoming. Kate handles everything with a surprising amount of grace and resilience and it’s clear that she’s a woman used to taking care of herself and depending on no one. So when Kate begins to have feelings for Josh it really throws her and these two embark on a long journey of casual dating to friendship to a more serious relationship. Though the book was long it also allows for a lot of growth and development in Kate and Josh’s relationship and that did help enhance the believability of their love. But things don’t start out so great mostly due to Josh’s feelings about Kate’s fame and his own lingering grief over the death of his fiancée 2 years before. I admit I spent the first half of the book side-eyeing Josh and not totally on board with him but he makes up for it in the second half of the book. I understand Josh’s grief and his recovery process but when he says point blank to Kate that he’ll never love anyone else and marrying again would mean settling for second best I wanted to smack him. Josh’s reluctance to accept his feelings and express his emotions keeps a wall between them for a long time. Of course Kate is also trying to protect herself so she has some blame in the relationship and it takes some time for these two to work everything out. This was a deep and emotional read about overcoming past pain and finding true happiness. I look forward to reading the next one in the duet which features Kate’s assistant and friend Jenn.
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    Simply sweet romance.

    Lacey makes it easy to get lost in romance. Empathy, humor and a pinch of sentiment come together to mix a bit of classic fairytale fantasy with the realism of life. Unwritten is not that unique, but the devil is in the details. The heart is there, the yearning is evident and the hope for a happy ending is an irresistible draw. The woman that seems to have it all, comes to realize she never had a clue. The dream she found is not the one she wants. It takes a scandalous development, to lead her to where she belongs. Josh is the home that Katherine, never knew she wanted. Can she convince the man of her dreams, that he's all that she needs to be happy? Simply sweet romance.
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