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  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Piccadilly Press (1 Aug. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1848123450
  • ISBN-13: 978-1848123458
  • Product Dimensions: 13.6 x 1.9 x 19.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,013,893 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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'Simply irresistible, truly one of those rare reads that captivated me . . . amazing.' --Totally Bookalicious

'A quick, fun, sexy read . . . I will be keeping my eye out for more books by Bankes in the future.' --Once Upon a Bookcase

Praise for Irresistible: 'Compelling, juicy, and highly enjoyable.' --Chicklish

About the Author

Liz Bankes grew up in Sevenoaks (or One-oak as it should be called since six of the oaks fell down). As a child she was passionate about books, the Beano and Ryan Giggs. She has been writing since she was little, drawing plenty of cartoons and comic strips, giving them to her family to read and then waiting patiently (staring at them intensely) until they laughed. In year 6 she co-wrote, with a friend, The Sealyham Story (like the Iliad, but in Wales), which was scandalously ignored by all the major literary prizes. Then at secondary school she wrote a story about a woman who killed people and turned them into pies. Instead of a referral to a psychologist the school gave her a creative writing prize and sent her on her way. Since then she s been writing book reviews and blog posts (find out more on her blog site) and, secretly, more stories. Undeniable is Liz Bankes' second book - the follow up to Irresistible

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Chicklish on 23 Nov. 2013
Format: Paperback
Gabi can't wait to spend her summer in London, working as a runner on the set of her favourite television series. She's getting over a breakup and she just wants to have fun. But when she meets a sexy extra called Spencer, life gets more complicated...

This is a lovable and entertaining coming-of-age story. I adored Gabi; she is a extrovert who is determined to enjoy herself despite going through some tough times, and her observations about work, relationships, London and life are truly funny.

Gabi throws herself into new experiences, acting and speaking first and worrying later. Her reactions to the breakup with her first serious long-term boyfriend are authentic and touching. Max is a wonderful, realistic character who felt like someone you could bump into on a British street tomorrow. It was also easy to picture Spencer, the up-and-coming star of the small screen, who features in some steamy scenes with Gabi. I enjoyed the television studio setting of this novel immensely, not to mention the familiar London locations. It's also great to see elements of Gabi's home life, and the depiction of her relationships with her female friends is particularly brilliant.

Highly recommended to all fans of realistic and funny novels about late-teen life and love.

Review by Luisa.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By mrsb2011 on 13 Oct. 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
I had never read any of Liz Bankes books before, but when I was sent it to read from the publisher I looked forward to it.

From looking at the front cover I didn't actually know it was in the YA category, I thought this looks very adult and could perhaps dip into the Erotic area. I was very wrong. From reading the back cover I thought it would instantly be a hit with teens and those in their early 20's.

This book seems to have everything, the reality T.V, 'The Hills' type show being shot and obviously the attractive actors and actresses; this twinned with romance was always going to be a hit.

Gabi moves to London for the summer on work experience, her Granny is an actress and managed to get her a job as a runner on the hottest T.V series to be filmed for a while. This turns out to be Gabi's favourite series and she can not wait. However she is also recovering from a broken heart, this being one of the reasons she decided to move to London for the summer.

Very quickly Gabi meets Spencer, who has a small part in the series, they click right to begin with, but Gabi knows she is not there to develop relationships but to hopefully enhance her career.

The book is split into present and flash backs that Gabi has with her ex, Max. Max is a character we only really see from Gabi's point of view, she paints him to be caring and loving. We learn a lot about Max and Gabi's relationship through these flash backs and it is written very well.

There are many characters in the book that arrive at different times, this was done well as I didn't become lost with the characters, but felt it needed them. You develop feelings through the book for the characters and I must say I loved Gabi, she was funny, down to earth and an average teenager.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michelle Cardozo on 30 Aug. 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
I really loved the previous book by Liz Bankes that I've read, Irresistible. It was really funny with great characters and some sizzling hot scenes. So I was very excited indeed to hear that Liz Bankes was writing another book about the same cast of characters, this time starring Mia's best friend, Gabi. And of course, you don't necessarily need to read Irresistible to understand everything going on in Undeniable, which I enjoyed.

I had really high hopes for another funny and hot book and that is just what I got with Undeniable! I loved Gabi and how much she puts herself out there, doing crazy things and telling it straight. I wish I were a bit more fearless and outgoing like Gabi. But things aren't so great with her either as she's dealing with a pretty crappy break-up.

So it's kind of perfect that in Undeniable Gabi gets to run off to London for her awesome summer job interning with her favourite soap and hanging about with hot actors ... even if she is just bringing them their coffees. On set she runs into Spencer who's good-looking and flirty and is a brilliant distraction from everything else.

I really loved this thing between Gabi and Spencer... The tension and chemistry between those two is - I have to say it - undeniable. It really made me smile to see those two get together. Even with some of the crazy and awkward situations that Gabi finds herself in. And of course there were always questions that I wanted answered about Gabi's previous romantic relationships.

And I wanted to soak up all the details that Liz Bankes threw us about Gabi's job as a runner for a television programme. It all sounded really fascinating with the auditions and scripts and some of the things that Gabi gets involved with to do with the production of it all.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jenny, Wondrous Reads TOP 500 REVIEWER on 20 Aug. 2013
Format: Paperback
Undeniable is a great read and is, if possible, miles better than Liz's first book Irresistible. It's hot and addictive and I wish we had more British fiction like this. I think it's been labelled as New Adult, but I'm not sure I'd put it into that category myself. Aside from a couple of steamy scenes and a seventeen-year-old protagonist, there's not much new or adult going here. Whatever labels you want to give it, there's no denying that it's a fantastic teen read that I'm sure will fly off the shelves.

Gabi moves to London for a summer internship as a runner on a popular teen TV show (great setting!), The Halls, about a group of students. She's getting over a break up and doesn't intend to even look at the opposite sex, until she meets the delightful Spencer. His curly hair and slightly bad boy attitude hooks her and slowly she's drawn into his world. Honestly, reading this is like watching a 90's teen film with your friends. Fun!

I liked all the characters in this book, especially Gabi. I initially thought she could be irritating, but she's not. Instead she's funny and clumsy, kind of like an older version of Georgia Nicolson, and comes out with some hilarious one-liners. She's a little naive when it comes to new boys and knowing what she (and he!) wants, but I think that's understandable at her age. Spencer was my next favourite and, although I don't necessarily think he's right for Gabi, he isn't your typical wannabe actor boy. He also has a great sense of humour and is caring and kind, though his only downfall is that he's blinded by the impending glitz and glam that accompanies young stars of a TV show.

There are lots of other characters too, all well-rounded and realistic.
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