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Unsettled: Book 1 by [Ellington, S.C.]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

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About the Author

S.C. Ellington is an up and coming author who enjoys expressing her creativity through frequently writing adult, contemporary romance novels that readers can relate to, but more importantly, enjoy. Aside from writing, Ellington enjoys curling up with her e-reader and absorbing herself in novels loaded with emotion, desire, and passion. She also likes to spend sunny, wistful afternoons, in her hammock thinking up new ideas for great stories. Ellington currently resides on the west coast with her beautiful family and loving friends.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2075 KB
  • Print Length: 367 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #247,231 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Out of all the characters in the book I found Logan the most interesting and likeable.

I do feel in the cliffhanger ending that Brooklyn was unfair and unjust and a bit too quick in jumping to a negative opinion of Logan without giving him a chance to put his side across. This was the main problem with Brooklyn she does appear 'Unsettled' and emotionally all over the place and although this is because of her past hurt in her relationship with Damon which was understandable I really wanted her to get a grip! She would have been more likeable if she was a stronger character. Because of her personality i found her interactions a bit over the top and kept wondering what exactly Logan saw in her.

As for the other characters - Alex, Damon and Jay, they didn't really register with me I found I didn't like them too much. Probably Damon as a character will develop in the second book. It's looking very likely the next two set of books will be Brooklyn vs Damon or Logan unless a third love interest is brought into the picture to complicate things.

The best thing about the book was the plot or I could say storyline and the main character Logan and for that reason alone I will read the sequels!
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S.C.Ellington you have written a tremendous book with two strong and intriguing characters. Brooklyn is getting over a recent cheating boyfriend and is also working a job for a boss who treats her disgracefully! Enter the super sexy CEO Logan. He does the chasing and gets Brooklyn to go on a date. However she doesn't make it easy for him and his wealth does not impress her. They have obstacles to overcome and whether their pasts will allow them to overcome these obstacles is for you to discover for yourself. Well done on an amazing book I hope the next one is even better.
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**This is a duel review of book 1 & 2**

I loved these books! Since I got to read and review both I am going to combine my review.

In Unsettled we meet Brooklyn, who has moved across country to help heal a broken heart after having it shattered by her ex Damon, 3 years later she is still single and heartbroken and wont let anyone in - this irked me a little as I couldn't believe she still moped about it after so long... Brooklyn was, despite being sassy, funny and relateable still very insecure throughout the book - to the point sometimes I wanted to shake here and say get over it!

Then there is Logan an young multimillionaire CEO. He is persistent to get Brooklyn to go on a date with him and when he sends his driver to pick her up after work one night she has a choice - go meet him or go home.

I am glad she chose to go and meet him (as without doing so there would be no story doh lol) and the relationship that blossoms between then via calls and emails is sweet.

Whilst developing a relationship with Logan her ex Damon comes back into the picture and she has to finally put him to bed - not in that way once and for all.

Then book one hits your a cliffhanger!!

When you start Surrounded you are starting from Logan's point of view with regards to how Unsettled ended. This book is more about Logan and his past and his own demons to fight.  Logan will do anything to win back Brooklyn, but she is stubborn. I just want to bang her head and say don't be silly!! :)

Both books were great, I loved the characters and I love the story. If you love a good wee romance story then you need to read these for sure.

5 stars for the series
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3.5 Stars

I found this book to be an enjoyable albeit predictable read. It nestles itself firmly into the sexy billionaire/millionaire genre that’s all the rage right now. I thought that this book was a good representation of the genre and better than some of the other tormented rich guy books that are out there. When the book starts we find the heroine, Brooklyn, in a sad state of affairs. She’s stuck in a dead end job working for a jerk and she’s been dumped by her boyfriend of three years AFTER he confessed that he had cheated on her. I admire Brooklyn she’s pretty tough and she’s had to put up with a lot. She’s trying to piece together her life just as Logan Colton comes charging all sexiness and swagger. At first she’s not too interested in Logan because she’s a little gun shy where men are concerned and she’s intimidated by his prestige and money. But in true romance novel fashion Logan won’t take no for an answer and relentlessly pursues Brooklyn. Logan is an interesting character; on the surface he seems very cavalier and a little shallow. Eventually we realize that he’s sporting some scars of his own. There are a number of obstacles thrown their way and they manage to survive until the big one hits and all Brooklyn’s baggage explodes on an atomic level. In all honesty there was part of the book where I wanted to smack the crapola out of Brooklyn but I realize that the situation was designed to create tension that hopefully gets resolved in the next book. I found it written well aside from some awkward phrasing which can probably be contributed to regional differences in dialect. The plot was consistently engaging and there was a progressive building of tension. So I give it 3.5 stars (4 stars for the reviewing purposes) because some parts of the story were predictable and a little clichéd but overall an enjoyable read particularly if you enjoy this type of story.
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