Title: Uncut (Unexpected #4)
Author Name & Publisher: Claudia Burgoa
Publication Date & Length: December 28th 2015
My brother and sister found their calling and people to share it with for the rest of their lives. Our parents haven’t said a thing, but I can read it on their faces.
What are you doing with your life, Matthew?
I’ve always been a songwriter but can no longer find the words. Everyone around me thinks I’m where I am in life because of my parents. I’m at a crossroads in my life and I don’t know which way to turn.
I don’t define my sexuality, I do what feels right. Love? Well, that is one melody I have yet to find the right notes to. Until them…
My childhood glittered with the lights of Hollywood while my adult life has been filled with the darkness of my ghosts and addictions. But all that is behind me and I am working on spinning the pain of my past into the promise of my future. Love? Well, that’s one addiction I have not yet dared to fool with. Until them…
I’m running from a life where my future was decided for me. What to wear. Which company to manage. Who to marry. One day, I snapped, and I haven’t been back since. Now I manage my own businesses and I am who I want to be. But behind closed doors, I am still alone and I still long for things that I’ve been taught to hate. Love? Well, that’s one merger I’ve never braved. Until them…
Warning: This book contains two sexy hunks and is not recommended for the faint of heart. This is a long, thought-provoking read which will work through the angst of finding love amidst past hurts and the pain associated with not belonging, not fitting in.
I was very excited to start reading this book. However, the further I got into the story the harder it was for me to keep up with time line. I also had a hard time understanding who was speaking at times. I haven’t read books 1-3 so it was a little tough to know where everyone was coming from and what everyone else’s story was, but I managed alright. I’m curious to know the stories of everyone else’s lives that were in this book so I will probably purchase the first 3 books.
I think the book needs to be condensed just a bit. There’s some things in the story that could probably be taken out to help the reader understand the story a bit better and not get so easily lost. I had to back track quite a few times to figure out who was speaking. Overall not too bad.
She now lives in Colorado working for a small IT company, managing her household filled with three confused dogs, said nerd husband, two daughters wrought with fandoms and a son who thinks he’s the boss of the house. To survive she works continually to find purpose for the voices flitting through her head, plus she consumes high quantities of chocolate to keep the last threads of sanity intact.