- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 4162 KB
- Print Length: 396 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Blue Tulip Publishing INC (27 Feb. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XCDLX1Q
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,291,209 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Wood continues her wonderful way with words in “Unboundless”. Some of my favorites include ‘pocket pool’, ‘showing her Christmas early’, and a ‘near orgasmic breath’. You can read it for yourself to learn where those phrases fit in.
My absolute all-time favorite character in this book has to be Nathan. Oh my goodness! I just love this man—he’s tender, passionate, and so thoughtless. He’s Neely’s best friend and wants to be so much more. But he always thinks of what’s best for her. Swoon….
Lucas, Neely’s adorable son, is back and he’s even more precious. He’s a toddler who will repeat everything he hears. His comments about Hayden, a young man who’d give The Grinch a run for his money, are simply priceless (and sadly true).
The plot of “Unboundless” isn’t all peaches and cream. There’s a bad mad and an evil witch who are after young Lucas. It’s a threat throughout most of the book. And unfortunately, Hayden’s hateful self is right in the mix.
Once again, Neely’s strength shines through. Even with all of the drama going on, she’s honest and only wants to protect her ‘loves’.
I love how Wood intermingles the paranormal/mythological with reality. It’s done in such a matter that the story captivates instead of distracts.
The best part is how Wood tied up Neely’s story. It’s satisfying. I didn’t finish the book and feel like more should have been said. Sure, there’s the possibility of spin-offs or simply that special holiday story. But if we never get one, you’ll be happy with how everyone turns out.
I truly enjoyed reading “Unboundless”. I look forward to reading more by K.D. Wood.
I waited for over a year to read Unboundless and it was well worth the wait. you are always a little nervous with a final book in a series, but this book was everything I hoped for and more. I laughed, I cried (a lot), smiled and blushed my way through this book
This series is ultimately the journey of Neely. We first meet her as a young insecure girl, who has been in love with her best friend Hayden forever. Her life is forever changed by a horrific incident that sends her life and plans spinning. Neely is forced to rediscover who she is, what she wants and who she ultimately loves throughout this series.
Neely is still reeling from the death of Andrew and knows there are others out their plotting to take away her son Lucas, but this time she is not dealing with her grief and fears alone, she has Nathan by her side. For the first time since losing everything, she can just be her messy hectic self. She doesn't have to pretend to be okay, she doesn't have to hid what she is feeling or bend herself to the will of another. Nathan allows her to just be and to work out her life on her own terms. It is this support and love that allows Neely to finally heal and grow into the women she was meant to be.
Nathan in this book, stole a piece of my heart. He was such a revelation in this book. Who couldn't fall in love with this guy! He had his own journey to take in this series and it intertwines with Neely. Nathan is also broken by the past and has made his own mistakes but understands that Neely desperately needs a friend. As he helps Neely, Nathan begins to walk out his own healing.
I was so happy that Andrew's essences was still throughout this book. It was Andrew that set Neely's journey into motion and was glad that he was still apart of her life to the very end. He was not only instrumental in changing Neely's life but Nathan's as well, and was glad he was accepted by Nathan.
This was a wonderful and satisfying conclusion to this amazing series. The final book was all that I hoped it would be and more. Kudos to KD Wood for creating a truly unique and interesting story that I will enjoy for years to come
**********************Received a Review Copy from the Author**************
I have enjoyed this series. The only thing I hate is that each book is released a long time after the one before and it's hard to remember bits and pieces of the story. So I feel like I miss out on some knowledge here. I wish a bit of a recap could be at the beginnings of the books.
Each book is so full of action, that it's easy to forget things, so a recap would be very helpful in my opinion. Even with this issue this book was very good and kept me reading. A mother's love for her child is clearly shown here. This book was filled with action and drama and kept me up late into the night. The characters, once again, make the story. It was very well written and a good conclusion to this series. I absolutely loved the ending!