Genres: Contemporary Romance
I thought it was too late. I thought our story had already been written.
College sophomore Brooke Anderson thought she had it all − a loving family, her sexy high school sweetheart, a supportive, quick-witted best friend and dreams of being the next hotshot reporter for the Washington Post.
Fate had something else in mind when Brooke collided with the devastatingly handsome upperclassman, Rich Davis. Rich was cocky, conceited and arrogant. He was everything that Brooke didn’t want, but Rich never gave her the option. He had already made the choice to be, at the very least, her friend. Would Brooke accept this egotistical man’s friendship? Would she choose to want more? Would it be too late if she did?
Fast forward nearly ten years. Brooke’s life hadn’t played out quite as she had envisioned it. She was suffering from the heartbreaking loss of her mother, her high school sweetheart was long gone, and her dreams of the Washington Post had turned into a career at a small town paper. Brooke decided it was time to follow her dreams. If she couldn’t be happy in love, at least she could be happy in life.
Brooke’s dreams brought her to the lobby of the Washington Post where fate intervened once again as she collided with none other than the devastatingly handsome Rich Davis. As her potential employer, Rich now seemed off-limits. Brooke wanted her successful career more than a chance at love. But, was it really her choice to make, or was it beyond her control?
Maybe our story is, in fact, Unwritten
Unwritten is an “up all night, must finish right now, sleep not needed” kind of book. It spans about twelve years and is the story of taking a chance on love the second time around.
Brooke Anderson meets Rich Davis aka Mr. Gorgeous Asshole aka Hotty McAsshole aka Douche Monkey Davis on her way to journalism class at Western Michigan University and he makes an everlasting impression (as if you couldn’t tell from the nicknames). These two butt heads like nobody’s business and it takes them awhile to warm up to one another, both being stubborn as mules. Well, several missed opportunities, stubbornness and graduation leads up to a reunion that Brooke never expected. Interviewing with the Washington Post, she once again comes fact to face with the Rich as her potential boss and doesn’t know what to do!
Here she has the ultimate opportunity to get the two things that she’s wanted most in all the world. A position with a top newspaper, her dream job, or to finally be with Rich. Dilemma dilemma. Oh my goodness these two had me totally going nuts the entire book. Will they get together? Is it meant to be? Should they try again? And those love scenes!! Hello Smokin hot Kindle!
“Whoever said the G-spot doesn’t exist has never done that before.”
I’m completely gushing right now because I loved the book. Normally this type or “are we, are we not” books completely infuriate me but MC Decker made it work and so very well. So many laugh out loud moments too. I loved Brooke’s best friend Cassidy and really want her to have her own book. She’s too funny not to have her own Happily Ever After.
“I thought I was going to have to fight a bear for you. I’d fight a bear for you, you know? Not a grizzly, or brown bear…or a koala…But like a Care Bear? I’d fight one of those sonsabitches for you.”
Little Kaitlyn is adorable and Rich had me swooning when they interacted. Even Brooke was getting swoony.
“I swear in that moment I felt my ovaries flop inside my belly.”
And that ending *gasp*. So many “holy crap, holy crap, you did not just do this to me right now. Oh my God!!” Spewing out of me at the same time. I need the next book. Right now!!! Prepare for a book hangover of epic proportions!!