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Used (Unlovable, #1) (Unlovable Series) by [Halat, Lynetta]
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About the Author

Since the dawn of time, Lynetta Halat has lived to read and has written innumerable stories and plays. A lover of good books, bad boys, and kickass tunes, she’d always dreamt of penning books that people could connect with and remember. She also has a secret penchant for wringing the emotions out of unsuspecting readers, and she collects reader’s tears in much the same way that wine connoisseurs collect their favorite vintage. Her first novel, Every Rose, was the perfect catalyst to launch her into the world of publishing, effectively burrowing her way into the hearts and minds of readers throughout the world. Everything I’ve Never Had was her follow-up adult romance novel. Now, she has penned Used, a New Adult Romance that she hopes sinks its teeth into you and doesn’t let go. Her love of the English language prompted her to pursue a Master’s degree in English from Old Dominion University in Virginia, where she also minored in snark and interpretive dance. She lives somewhere along the Mississippi Gulf Coast with her adorable husband, two amazing sons, and two loveable dogs. When she’s not writing riveting stories, she likes to focus on her macramé art and her scouring of eBay, where she buys locks of hair from her favorite rock stars, most especially Bret Michaels and Dave Grohl.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1068 KB
  • Print Length: 398 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Lynetta Halat (15 Jan. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HXXE5Q2
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #269,219 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I was provided an arc for a honest review and honestly this book sent me on a whirl wind of emotions. There was times when I truly wanted to put it down and walk away for a break from it. However that's just not possible as I became glued to the pages.

Honestly this book sent shivers down my spine like no other. I found my heart ached in places it hasn't from any other books.

A childhood should be just that. But for Denver Dempsey hers is no ordinary upbringing. Hers consist of holding fought over her mothers ranch while she plays with her twisted toys.

Desperate to finally become free and become the slut she has always been labeled as, she sets off on her journey of freedom. But what she doesn't bank on is her best friend following her.

There deal had broken them, destroyed any love that should of been there. But for Greer he wants more, he always has. But his love and devotion to Denver comes at a hefty cost. A cost he can't or won't afford to lose.

Ransom has a set of rules. Rules he considers to break when he meet Denver Dempsey. What he doesn't bank on is her past, which finds away of hitting him full force in the face.

Can he see past this to see the vulnerable broken girl underneath the hard exterior or will he just add another notch on his bed posts.

Some books are so predictable but honestly I never seen that turn of events unfold before me, heck I never expected the book to end like that. Omg I'm so happy Freed is just around the corner otherwise I don't know how I would manage the not knowing. Thank you Lynetta for a truly amazing book.

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Ok, overall, this book is brilliant. Beautifully written and flows very well through dual POVs. 1 thing I would have liked to have seen however was maybe a little bit from Greers POV, what makes him tick (besides Denver) why is he soooo completely consumed by her? I would have just liked a little look in his head perhaps.

The 1st 30% of the book involves a lot of back story, and it did take a little while to get into, but in the end, I realised that you get more out of it, as it helps massively to understand more about why Denver is the way she is.

Ransom.....well let's just say, I want one!

As I say, I loved the book, it's nice and long, I've noticed a lot of books recently have been chopped up into novellas, but this one is a good long read.

Definitely recommend, and I can't wait for the next book to see how things are going to unfold from here.

5 stars :)
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I gave Used 3.5 Stars.

*I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.*

Denver hopes to make a new start in a new town, away from her reputation. One that's no quite true but it's easier for people to believe the rumours rather than the person. But Denver can't shed who she truly is for long as her best friend and former friend with benefits, Greer turns up to declare what they have is far from over. Throw in a sexy bull rider called Ransom and you have yourself a love triangle.

I loved the background of each of the characters, the cattle roping, bull riding and barrel racing (I had to Google that one) was interesting and unique as I clearly hadn't heard of it before. I loved the setting to the story and thought it added a new dimension to the usual New Adult read. And picturing sexy cowboys wasn't too bad either ;-)

Denver was one tough cookie to crack. And I think readers will either get her or not. I've read about tough girls before, and they can seem cold and aloof but as long as you can see a chink in their armour or grasp their vulnerability then they have the reader on side. Denver didn't have me quite convinced, her self-depreciation was a bit of a downer, especially as I knew it not to be true so it did get a little repetitive at times and I wanted to give her a good shake. That's just how I felt, like I said you're either going to be for her or against her.

The bulk of the story focused on Denver and Greer's relationship, some of it was told via flashbacks and that allowed me to experience how their relationship began. This part worked well as it strengthened their characters.
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Ok sooooooo, I really loved this book and am in anticipation for Freed, but (and it's only a little but) it did take me till around 30% to really get into it. The first 30% is setting the scene, telling the history and making the reader understand, it was written well I was just glad to get to the current story, that being said, the book wouldn't have been as deep had we not had the background in detail.

I was torn with Denver's character, she is beautifully broken, and she is a fighter but she won't fight her own insecurities, she just accepts them and it gets really frustrating, she keeps calling herself a slag, I know its not because she has slept with loads of boys because she hasn't,(she has only been with one),its because she thinks she uses him, what she hasn't yet realised is that he uses her too and he has an obsession with her (my opinion) not love.

I can understand her low self esteem and even her very unrealistic view of herself, I just wish she would try to see things differently and get some help, its actually quite sad. I really hope in the next book she opens up more to Ransom, I would quite like her to mention that she has only ever been with Greer so he understands her self proclaimed title is incorrect!

Ransom.....mmmmmmm, Ransom! Never have I wanted to be a cougar so much! He has his secrets but he is a good guy right through.

I really want the next book to have a HEA, I want her to never forgive Greer (because I think what he done is unforgivable no matter what and that needs to be addressed) I would like his mum to get her Karma and her mum and Blake to also get what's coming to them, her dad also needs a slap.
I have high hopes for Freed and I cannot wait to conclude this story!
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