Review: Untrainable by Jamie Schlosser
Publication Date: December 13th, 2018
Rating: 5 Stars
Official Blurb: It doesn’t take much to become the laughing stock of reality television. Just ask Theodore “Theo-Dog” Legend. Once you’ve pissed on a fire hydrant in front of the paparazzi, no one ever lets you forget it.
Hadley Holiday is on her way to being America’s sweetheart, thanks to her dog training routine on a national talent show. Although she didn’t win first prize, she snagged Theo’s attention and he’ll do just about anything to make her his—even if it means being the butt of everyone’s joke once again.
Hadley wants a career in showbiz. Theo needs to get rid of that doggone nickname—pun intended. Pairing the two together on a new show sounds like a disaster waiting to happen... or it could be the best thing that’s ever happened to them.
Review: I fell in love with Jamie’s writing, since her very first book. Each one is unique in it’s on way, but this one takes the cake. I loved every single word from start to finish, and I couldn’t put it down.
I know Theo had a bad reputation, and he always seemed to find himself in so many crazy situations, but I adored him right from the beginning. There was just something about him, well everything about him actually, that I couldn’t get enough of. The more his story went the more my heart broke for him, and I literally wanted to crawl through my kindle and just hold him. My heart also melted for all the sweet and beautiful things he did for Hadley. God, this book pulled out so many emotions.
I knew I was going to love Hadley too from the beginning as well. She was so sweet and cute and just the perfect match for Theo. I also loved how Hadley’s family just accepted Theo in with open arms. He became a part of their family traditions just like he had always been there. Yes, these two came from two totally different worlds, but they were so perfect for each other.
I also loved the passion, connection, and chemistry they shared together. There were so many obstacles Hadley and Theo had to overcome, but together, they bonded even more. I swear this has to be my most favorite read in a long time.