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Undo Me: The Good Ol' Boys by [Robinson, M.]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3160 KB
  • Print Length: 339 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B018COSNP4
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 57 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #13,544 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Wow! I didn't know what to make of this book at first because it took a little while to get going but when it did, just wow!! I thought I had the plot all sussed in my head from the way the story was going but boy was I in for a shock. Also there were some parts that I found really difficult to read and a little disturbing to say the least. There were twists and turns that I was just not expecting and that made for a very emotional and intense read. I was simply flabbergasted with the way the story unfolded and emotionally relieved towards the end to find that Dylan and Aubrey eventually got their happy ending. I'm not going to give the story away other than to say that this is well worth reading and you will not be disappointed. There are some detailed and graphic scenes that might be hard to read and to comprehend as the story unfolds; but it is so well written that it will keep you gripped and turning the pages to find out what happens next. I would also highly recommend that you read the other books in the series before this one (Complicate Me and Forbid me) as it will help you to better understand all the characters and how they all fit together.
An excellent read and would definitely recommend.
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This is the third book in the Good Ol' Boys series and once again continues where book 2 left us. Hanging! AGAIN! However, this tells us of Dylan and Aubrey's story. This book goes right back to the time when they were just kids again when Dylan meets Aubrey, who has just moved to Oak Island following the separation of her mum and dad.

It isn't love at first sight for these 2 and I just love the way Aubrey doesn't succumb to Dylan's charm. She gives him the brush off at every opportunity. Dylan has earned himself a reputation as a love 'em and leave 'em commitment phobe. Aubrey soon throws down a challenge to him which he must keep if he stands any chance of being with her.

From reading the first 2 books, we knew that there was going to be plenty of angst coming up in this book. It starts off as again a lovely coming of age romance but then things happen that causes them to lead different lives away from each other. My heart just broke for the direction that Aubrey's life had taken. Just be prepared that this book covers a sensitive subject area, whilst beautifully written there is no way to sugar coat what Aubrey was subjected to, it wasn't easy to read at times but by the same token I couldn't stop reading either. I needed answers! This book is gritty, full of angst and woe.

Even after the truth is revealed and Aubrey's pitiful life is exposed there is still more angst to follow and more secrets are revealed. Just when you thought you knew all there was to know another twist exposes itself. I held was constantly holding ,breath waiting for the next big revelation wondering if Dylan and Aubrey were going to get their HEA.

Whist each of the books are advertised as being a stand alone, each book finishes on a cliff hanger which leads in to the next book.
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Aubrey and Dylan met in high school. As a transplant from California, Aubrey is new to the North Carolina beach town where friendship and family are the only things that matter. Dylan is a cocky surfer who is loyal to his friends lovingly known as The Good Ol’ Boys. The fire and sharp-witted banter exchanged between Aubrey and Dylan at their first meeting was only the prelude to what promised to be a long relationship full of push and pull and twists and turns.

From the previous reads, Dylan and Aubrey appeared to be a standard high school romance that just drifted apart. Those preconceived notions could not be further from the truth. Aubrey and Dylan experience a trauma that rocks their relationship and breaks them apart. That, with the combination of Aubrey’s insecurities, are simply too much for the two young lovers to overcome. But how can you possibly move on when the only person you have ever loved is right in front of you?

Everything that Dylan and Aubrey went through was emotional and heartfelt. When broken people can find love through friendship and family in a broken world, there is simply nothing better!
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Undo Me is the third in the The Good Ol'd Boys series. This is Dylan & Aubrey's story. All books are standalones, but let's face it you should read them all, because they're just brilliant.

Just wow, so amazingly good.

This one is an emotional roller coaster of angst and emotion, this one is more emotional for what the couple went through together, rather than other influences.

Again like with the previous two story's there is so much angst, but this time it was so much different,Dylan was a complete player until Aubrey called him out on it. She was so different from all the other girls, she wasn't afraid to tell Dylan exactly that he was an "A****le". However, he was willing to change his ways for her and proved what an absolute sweetheart he could be when he was with Aubrey, he'd make you melt with the things he did and said and not just with Aubrey, but her mom too.

Dylan and Aubrey where so right for each other their love was just meant to be and you could tell they'd always love each no matter what, they were so much more than just first loves.

M Robinson has way of getting so many emotions into each story, but this time it was hard seeing a couple so young and in love go through something so emotional that affected both of them and in such different ways. This time rather than throw your kindle you wanted to jump in and hug both characters, you can't help but want help them through the struggles of their thoughts and feeling's after what happened. I think there were at times the situation of the story undid me with so many feelings.
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