Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Blog Tour and Giveaway: Undone by Rebecca Shea

Landon doesn’t do relationships.  Landon has rules that he follows, he never sleeps with the same woman twice, he doesn’t kiss a woman and he doesn’t share his past.  He almost broke those rules once, and while he doesn’t regret what happened, he will always remember her.  All he needs is his career, his sister Lindsay, his best friend Matt and a willing woman to share his bed for just a night.  At least he thinks that’s all he needs until he meets Reagan.

Reagan is new in town and is getting her career on track.  She is the newest partner in the practice so she knows she needs to concentrate on proving her worth.  What she doesn’t need is an attraction to a man that once he sleeps with her will be out the door.  She can’t stop thinking of Landon though, and against her better judgment sees him while trying to keep up the boundaries she has set so he doesn’t just walk away from her too.

We first met Landon in Unbreakable, and I will be perfectly honest I hated him.  I thought he was an asshole from the start and didn’t want to change my opinion of him at all.  Yes, I can be extremely stubborn at times, oh well that’s just me.  Landon has issues, that was made apparent in Unbreakable as well, ones that have made him who he is today.  He can be a total douche bag to women, have sex once then move on is he motto and he has no plans to ever settle down.  When he meets Reagan, he wants what he always wants, sex, but when Reagan doesn’t just fall into his bed but wants to actually spend some time with him, he actually goes along with it.  I slowly warmed up to Landon, yes that stubbornness of mine was being chipped away slowly but surely by Landon actually being sweet in his own way.  I felt for him when I read about his past, what he had lived through and I could understand why he kept it to himself.  By the end of Undone, I loved Landon, more than I ever thought I would.

Reagan doesn’t want to just be another notch on Landon’s bedpost.  She wants a relationship with Landon even if she doesn’t have the time for one because she is just getting started at her practice with the other partners.  She wants Landon to trust her and pushes and pushes him to open up until one day pissed off at him she pushes way too far.  She wants Landon to just instantly trust her but yet she has her own secrets that she doesn’t share right away either.  When a major event happens, instead of understanding Landon’s need to process it, she gets pissed off that he needs time and basically acts like a spoiled child and does the one thing she always accuses Landon of, running.  She pushes Landon away afterwards even when Landon proves that he will be there.  I really did not like Reagan at all, her character was hypocritical and judgmental at times as I honestly wanted to just smack the living shit out of her when she would constantly prod at Landon to share when he obviously wasn’t ready.

Undone had my emotions going all over the place.  One minute I hated Landon, the next I wanted to cry for him, and the next I loved him.  Reagan would piss me off, annoy me and make me want to throw my kindle at times.  By the end of Undone my emotions had been on a rollercoaster ride of ups and downs that I wondered if I needed meds to balance me out.  Undone is the second book in this series, and if you have not read the first book, Unbreakable (which for the record I absolutely loved and couldn’t get enough of) then you should read it before starting Undone.  Rebecca Shea has made a loyal fan out of me from the start with Unbreakable and Undone helped to make me love her even more.  I cannot wait for Matt and Lindsay’s story which comes out next.

Rebecca Shea is the USA Today Bestselling author of Unbreakable. She lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her family and her beagle, Miles. From the time Rebecca could read she has had a passion for books. Rebecca spends her days working full-time and her nights writing, bringing stories to life. Born and raised in Minnesota, Rebecca moved to Arizona in 1999 to escape the bitter winters. When not working or writing, she can be found on the sidelines of her sons football games, or watching her daughter at ballet class. Rebecca is fueled by insane amounts of coffee, margaritas, Laffy Taffy (except the banana ones), and happily ever afters. 

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