Friday, March 4, 2016

Unclaimed by Laurie Wetzel




- April

Abandoned by her birth parents and ignored by her adoptive family, Maddy Page believes she is unlovable.  She only allows herself to dream of falling in love.  That changes when she meets MJ; handsome and kind, MJ penetrates Maddy's defensees.  Maddy soon finds herself confiding in MJ like she has with no one else, revealing secrets even her closest friends don't know.  He makes her feel safe--a feeling she's never experienced except in her dreams.


When Maddy witnesses MJ disappear and reappear in thin air, she realizes she might have been wrong about him.  He could be dangerous--maybe even a killer.  Determined to uncover the truth of who--or what--MJ is, Maddy ignores her instinct to run.  But she soon realizes that getting close to MJ could cost more than a broken heart--it could cost Maddy her soul. (taken from Amazon description)


I really enjoyed reading this book.  The story was easy to get lost in very early on.  The details were enough to be able to visualize the landscape and characters.  Maddy is a likable character even with all of her internal struggles.  While trying to help Maddy figure out who and what she is, MJ manages to endear himself to the reader.  The love story is very surprising and sweet in this book.

My only issue was that Maddy's history and parentage is a huge mystery.  I found myself constantly wondering what her adoption had to do with all the secrets MJ and she try to uncover.

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