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Book Review: Unconditional





Unconditional (Always #1) by Cherie M. Hudson: She has a future she can’t escape. He refuses to let her face it alone.

Twenty-one. The age when adult life begins. In my case, it’s the age I learned my future sucked, big time, and there was nothing I could do about it. Every minute of every day I face the fact my life is only going to get worse. Why? Because I have early-onset Parkinson’s Disease. I’m not going to let it get me down, but I also can’t let anyone close. That’s not fair to them, or to me. Trust me. So that means my heart and my soul, is off-limits.

But then I traveled to Australia on a college scholarship program and life royally screwed me over. Again.

Raphael Jones is an arrogant Australian celebrity, the hottest guy on campus and a pain in my ass. Worst of all, he makes me ache for a life I’ll never be able to have. Especially when he takes me in his arms and does wicked things to my body.

How do I have a hope of surviving ten weeks in Australia when it’s not just the paparazzi who have me in their sights, but Raph as well? Because Raphael Jones is a man who always gets what he wants. And no matter what I say or do, he refuses to accept what I so painfully know: a life and future with me is no life at all.

: I really truly loved that this book talked about the serious topic of Parkinson's disease. I have read a lot of books that try and talk about serious things but tend to glaze of the importance or seriousness of what they are telling a story about. I enjoyed the way the author showed how life would be like with PD without boring you. There were also some pretty hot scenes in the book. The one thing that I strongly disliked about the book was how the leading lady changed her mind about being with Raph and then saying I'm not going to put him through this over and over again. It was just a little old by the end of the book. All in all it is a good book.






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1 comment:

  1. I've read this debut novel by Cherie Hudson. It was one of two New Adult novels that I actually liked. Cherie has real talent for the written word and the hotel scene ... super hot! Looking forward to more by her.

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