Unteachable [Leah Raeder] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. An edgy, sexy USA TODAY bestseller about falling for the one person you . Unteachable is a beautifully written book. I am in awe of Leah Raeder’s writing talent. Her unique style is lyrical, poetic and vivid. The story. Maise O’Malley just turned eighteen, but she’s felt like a grown-up her entire life. The summer before senior year, she has plans: get into a great.
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Unteachable Considering the unconventional and taboo love story but not too taboo since everyone is legally an adult in this onethis book was right up my alley. I just finished Unteachable and it was great! I thought it kept getting better and better as the story evolved. But I was missing something… my own personal intense unteachablee.
I almost felt it. I almost loved him. I almost thought I could feel it. There was certainly an intensity to their situation, and an incredible passion that they shared in private. Stolen moments, and all that, that I almost delighted in. The meeting, immediate connection, flirtation and well this one goes all-out right from the start.
This one takes a darker turn. This heroine is not surrounded by loving family and friends. The healing in this book is coming from a darker place. Do you know what I mean? Eighteen year old Maise is beautiful, and uses her beauty to her mischievous advantage.
And both of these traits are really doing a number on her. But The Guy only smiled. Ahhhhhh the chances people take. And the games that they play…. But she ditches him at the end of the evening like she does all of the others.
But here was the problem. Maybe he heard some undetectable crack in my voice, saw a furtive glint of desperation in my eyes. And I loved that. That kind of guilt and shame. These characters have ugly pasts and possibly an even uglier present.
And while there is hope for their individual futures, there are a few in their entourage that might just put a monkey-wrench in their plans. Along with the wicked secrets some are hiding, and the wicked expectations some are… imposing on them. Almost as if the reveal reveals? I was all… Oh. Passion, obsession, angst, misunderstandings, dark yet thoughtful introspection, a bit of mystery and intrigue. Ahhh… too bad this was not a great one for you. Glad you liked it, though.
I really like the authors writing style and love her characters. Maryse, or anyone how did you feel about the ending?
For me I wanted just a little more. It was lacking a connection for me as well. I loved her internal dialogue. Loved her writing style. I get you exactly! Great writing style, though, yes!! Thank you for this perfect review. I just read this book and felt the same.
I totally agree with your review.
Unteachable Summary & Study Guide
The writing was exceptional, Daeder just did not feel much of a connection to the characters. I found myself kind of skimming through to get to the end. I felt like there was a little lacking on his back story. And his previous experiences.
But it was a good story. I enjoyed this book, but I felt like a few obstacles were really glossed over. Notify me of followup comments to this post via e-mail. You can also subscribe without unteachavle. Reader Confessions Where did they go? Very well written and easy to connect to. The writing is so great in this book! Until she meets Evan one evening at the local town fair at the end of the summer. Old enough to… fill in the blank. You can call it love, or you can call it free fall.
Nevermind that was exactly what I was saying. And then… raedsr walks into class one day and meets him again. Not into dismay — all expression went out of it.
Let the tailspinning begin! I hated that he was treating me like a victim. Someone he needed to make reparations to. Thank you to the author for sending me a review copy. Sign up for my weekly newsletter.
I kept skipping parts to get to the end. Fell in love with them.
Actually one of my favorites of all time. I agree with the 3. I liked the ending Jeanie but I had to read it twice to make sure I was getting it. About Me I am happily addicted to unteacnable but I need to expend my book energy especially when one puts me in an emotional frenzy – SO fun!
So, I release my feelings about the stories, by writing them down here. It’s my book therapy.