Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Review: Indisputable by A.M. Wilson


Publication Date: March 16, 2015       

Rating: 4 stars

Official Blurb: ***This book is intended for mature audiences*** 

Eighteen year old Tatum Krause wants nothing more than to finish her senior year without any more drama. After the near overdose of her drug abusing mother the previous year, she moved out in the hopes of making something better for herself. However, the week before her final year, she ends up needing the help of a sexy stranger who’s about to flip her world on its axis. 

Jacoby Ryan only wants one thing: to forget his past. The last two years have been filled with empty feelings and women in an attempt to stem the heartache and guilt. He’s ghosted blindly through the motions until late one night, he finds a car stalled on the side of an empty highway where he meets a beautiful girl with a haunted look in her eyes. 

She has a secret, but so does he. Despite their magnetic pull, the two come to the shocking revelation their relationship isn’t so black and white. Is it possible to fight a bone-deep attraction when the entire universe is telling you it’s wrong?



After reading the blurb of this book I knew I had to read it. Anything to do with angst, darkness and secrets is a book for me! We meet Tatum, who is a high school senior, emancipated from her druggie mother after an almost fatal overdose. She works fulltime as a CNA to pay for her apartment and food while finishing high school and taking post-secondary classes for college credit. She is broken, has never felt love and has a secret that no one, not even her best friend knows.

Jacoby also has a secret, well more like a past where something tragic happened and he is filled with remorse. Somehow they are drawn to each other like a moth to a flame, but it seems like it will only end in 
heartbreak.


I enjoyed reading this book, Tatum is strong, but she tries to hide her feelings and not let them out, or let anyone in. She just wants to move out of her crappy town, but after meeting Jacoby things don’t seem as bad, and she might not need her vice to cope. Jacoby just might be her savior and vice versa. There are some things not suited for young readers in this book, as well as a relationship that certain people will not agree with. I really enjoyed it, I believe in this story, and I think that their love is Indisputable.  Maybe looking forward to reading more from them? One can hope! 

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