Unbreakable

Unbreakable From their earliest years five very different girls were as close as sisters sharing everything even secrets and lies until their friendship and their lives were ripped apart by a devastating act of

  • Title: Unbreakable
  • Author: Blayne Cooper
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 229
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • From their earliest years, five very different girls were as close as sisters sharing everything, even secrets and lies until their friendship and their lives were ripped apart by a devastating act of betrayal from one of their own Twenty years have gone by, and one woman has cause to regret her estrangement from the group than the rest An old promise leads to aFrom their earliest years, five very different girls were as close as sisters sharing everything, even secrets and lies until their friendship and their lives were ripped apart by a devastating act of betrayal from one of their own Twenty years have gone by, and one woman has cause to regret her estrangement from the group than the rest An old promise leads to a reunion, which unearths memories, mistrust, and hidden agendas as the former friends grown up and grown apart reconnect and realize the impact they ve had on each other s lives Real and perceived betrayals jeopardize the entire event as well as the hopes of a rekindled romance The bonds of love and friendship can be as strong as steel But are they unbreakable

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    1. Female friendships really are the best thing ever. This book was delightful, not only because of how great the characters were, but also the plot and all its twists and turns that felt organic and kept the story interesting from beginning to end. I loved how well the story alternated between present and flashbacks, with the flashback stories slowly leading up to the fallout as Jacie and Nina's love grew with them.But the characters! The dynamics between them were amazing, especially Audrey and K [...]

    2. Why did I wait so long to read this?This is an amazing story of friendship and true love. Of betrayal and forgiveness. And whatever else makes life what it is difficult, but beautiful.Despite what the blurb says, Unbreakable is undoubtedly centered on the lesbian romance. So if you're looking for a love story, don't write this off your list!Lots of feelings. Amazing characterisation. Exciting plot. Great narration switching back and forth between past and present so that you're hooked until the [...]

    3. Works by this author is a guaranteed good read! I loved the part where Nina helped Jacie eat the brussels sprouts, it is only later that readers learnt that Nina hated the vegetable but would eat it for people she love. It is so sweet! Book covers of Hard Times and Unbreakable looks really similar, thrown me off a little.

    4. I really enjoyed this book! I thought it worked well the present and flash backs. I loved the interactions between the group of girls which I enjoyed. Lots of twists and turns that I wasn't expecting. A good mix of heart break and happiness.I want more of Jacie and Nina's story!

    5. I feel bad for giving this book only 2 stars, but the rating is mostly due to the disappointment that comes from a good story that is not able to meet expectations. This story is very well written, the characters are complex, and very well portraied. The constant flashbacks, although unnecessary, were well intertwined. The love story is real sweet, and credible (at least as regards on how and why they fall in love), and the subject of long lasting friendships is depicted beautifully, without avo [...]

    6. I LOVED this book. It has a little bit of everything.algia, friendship, jealousy, love, lust, violence, blackmail and finally forgiveness. Places that were laugh-out-loud funny as well as places that left me with a lump in my throat. This book is now in my top two favorite books.Five friends meet in grade school and become best friends and start a club together. They know each other better than anyone else in the world. But suddenly something comes between them, something devastating and it brea [...]

    7. okay that was wild .i didn’t expect this book to surprise me what the fuck honestly . i started this because i was in the mood for a friends to lovers and i found this on my tbr and i was like yes !! perfect !! friends to lovers w angst n a reunion after years !! and female friendships !! Sign Me Up but then i started it and it was so boring and the writing was kind of confusing to me and the copy i have is ugly so i almost dnf’d but i kept reading for the Gay and i don’t regret itthe cha [...]

    8. Five women in Missouri become friends in 1972 when they are in the 3rd grade and form a club. They pledge to come together as adults when they are 40 years old. In the intervening years, they remain close until a fateful year in college when they are living together in a house. One, pregnant, marries early and leaves. Another is forever focused on boyfriends. Two are in love with one another but can't seem to initiate a relationship. And the fifth bides her time finding happiness down the line.A [...]

    9. This book has enough twists and turns to keep things interesting the whole way through (I actually said "whoa" out loud at the end of chapter 9). It's a light, entertaining read, despite dealing with some heavy drama, and if you love stories with multiple viewpoints, you'll probably have a good time with it. Cooper's tendency toward melodrama rears its ugly head a few times, which is the only reason I didn't give the book a 4.

    10. Bylo to vtipné i dojemné (někdy i najednou :)). Blayne se opět povedlo to, co u dalších jejích knížek, které jsem četla dvě střídající se dějové/časové linie, kdy se pokaždé na začátku kapitoly těšíte na tu druhou linii a než kapitolu dočtete, už se zase těšíte na tu první :) a tak pořád dokola :) jo, budu ji určitě číst dál :)

    11. AmazingOne of the best books I have ever read. I was laughing till my sides hurt, crying like a baby, and falling in love with All five women.

    12. I did love this book, yet it left me embittered.There are so many things that are five stars in this novel.First of all the romance. I think Jacie's and Nina's story is one of the best I have read so far. Blayne Cooper shows us the blossoming of their love since they were kids, when it was just a special friendship and then there is this delicate, sweet process of transformation as the years pass. While they grow up and become girls and then women, so their love both settles and broadens.Their f [...]

    13. I'm being a little lenient in my rating, giving an extra star based upon such great characters and actual character development. This reminded me a lot of the movie Now & Then, revolving around a friendship of five young girls, traveling back and forth in time to tell the story of how their friendship started, ended, and possibly will be rekindled. However, as is the case with many of these groups of friends stories, there is one character in particular who you just have to wonder why the ot [...]

    14. This book was a bit hallmark for me, but not bad. It's about five girls who decide to become friends in third grade and now, as they're approaching 40, are not. You don't know why, and the POV switches between the women, with flashes back to important points in time of the group of them. I love books that jump back and forth in time. We don't know why these glued to the hip friends broke up about 20 years ago till the end, which i won't give away, but the book gathers them to hash things out. So [...]

    15. The quality of the writing surprised me, as did the nuance with which all the various subject matters with written. This is not just a straightforward romance, but the story of five childhood friends who are forced to deal with terrible situations and bad choices. It's heavy at points, but I really loved the vignettes of the girls' childhood times. It's filled the lightness and fun, and sets up their relationships excellently for the events to happen ahead. Their individual personalities shone t [...]

    16. I gave it 4 stars because I really liked the characters and their friendship with each other. Having said that, I wished there was more. I wanted more of their growing up stories, I wanted to know more about what happened to each of them after the weekend.

    17. I just love this story. Even though it has POV issues and ebook formatting issues, it's still one of my fave romances.

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