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Undone by Rebecca Shea- 5/5 Stars

This was SO SO good! As far as New Adult books go this was spot on! On the money! Perfection! 
I read the whole thing in one sitting - which meant I went to bed at 3 am. But who needs sleep right?! 🤣

I liked Unbreakable, it was a good book. But everything that was not quite right there was done beautifully here. Or maybe I just have a bookish crush on Landon... whichever! 

So... the second book in this awesome trilogy by Rebecca Shea is on Landon. It is a stand alone so you could read it on its own. But I would recommend you read Unbreakable first, it gives you a little inside on how Landon feels and acts and you will likely start off the book already liking him because of it. Without unbreakable it is easy to see him as an ass instead... He is not, he is just a little damaged.

Landon is a cop and has a heart of gold. But he also has a shitty past that he keeps bottled up and is against any form of relationship because of it. He has his sister, a best friend, and that is enough for him. Or so he tells himself... The one time he wanted more he let it go, gave it away without fight (you will need to read Unbreakable to get this). It was the right thing to do, but just one more thing against him.

Our girl Regan is an OB/GYN doctor. And boy she is a fighter. I loved that about her! She is the opposite of Jess, who broke down and sort of gave up on everything on Unbreakable. Regan fought the whole way through and never ever gave up on Landon. That was the most beautiful thing in the book, the amount of faith she put/had on him.
I dare you not to feel for Landon. This was a powerful love story that shows how our past can define and changed us. But also about how love can slowly fix some of the cracks 💔

Landon and Regan were amazing characters and truly complemented each other. Their story was easy to read and kept me on my toes. It didn't drag at any point. 
The whole thing was intense, sexy, compelling. This is my first series by Rebecca Shea and I will most certainly keep on reading her stuff. 

Off I go to read the last book in this trilogy. It is on Landon's sister and best friend. I like them already, so this should be good.
See you on the other side sunnies 😎

Update: finished reading it. Good but my least favorite of the three. Short review available Here



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