This was my favourite of the series, I loved getting inside Nick's head, learning how deeply and passionately he loves Lizzie made me a little jealous, they aren't just lovers they are soul mates and best friends. I know why Sam did it but christ I really hated her but by the end Alisa turned my opinion round and my heart just hurt for her. This book was a fitting end to their story even though at times I was scared to read what was going to happen next. Can't wait for more from this author.
This being the final book in this trilogy had a lot to live up to, and I can honestly say that I was not disappointed. This was written form the perspectives of Nick and Sam. Sam has been told by her father for years that she is to marry Nick (who is in love and engaged to Lizzie). She is sent back to Boston from Texas by her father to split the happy couple up where she is to then take her rightful place as his wife to be. She gets in between the couple and when the timing is right her father makes sure Lizzie loses her job then Sam swoops in to tell her that she is not the right person for Nick and doesn't belong in his world. Lizzie packs up and leaves with her son whilst Nick is at work and he returns to an empty house. He tries everyone he knows to find where she has gone but no one knows. When he does find her she is with Teagan (her irish ex and father to Niall). Nick lets her have the time she needs to sort herself out, but when she returns to their apartment with Teagan in tow he wonders whether its all over. Teagan apparently only wants money from them!! Nice I know!! Once he leaves they start to work on Sam and her father after the truth comes out. Sam hits the hard times, alcohol, drugs and sex. Her father gets his jus desserts too.
Unrequited is book #3 in The Chosen Series and OMG I could not put it down…ok, I had to a few time so I didn't shatter my tablet against the wall…but what a ride!!!
Poor Lizzie…just when everything seems to be finally working out here comes another steaming pile of crap for her to deal with. Granted she had her moments too…because sometimes being rational just doesn't happen when you are emotionally spent, and she has a tendency to be a little immature at times…but that’s one of the reasons I love her so. She is a character you can really connect with and understand. From one Irish girl to another…I love the hell out of her!
Nick…with all his good intentions doesn’t see the crap pile who calls herself Samantha and threatens everything he holds dear in life. As a typical man there are multiple times I wanted to reach in and slap him upside the head.
Samantha…oh don’t even get me started. I hated her from the very beginning and it only got worse until the end of the story. By the end I felt really bad for her.
It’s so hard to not give spoilers…but alas I won’t. All I have to say is go one-click this baby if you haven’t because it is another winner from Alisa Mullen! If you haven’t started the series yet…what the hell are you waiting for?!?!?