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    PDF or EBOOK (Unteachable) ✓ Leah Raeder 5 Unteachable Stars You can call it love or you can call it freefall They're pretty much the same thing Eighteen year old Maise is at the local carnival the summer before her senior year of high school when she meets him Evan Wilke

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    PDF or EBOOK (Unteachable) ✓ Leah Raeder review Unteachable All I can say is that I was so into the story that I forgot to take notes wowThis story was not at all what I was expecting though a bit melodramatic towards the endAlso Siobhan was incredibly wonderful I’m really glad Maise connected with h

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Unteachable

review Unteachable read & download Ö eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF à Leah Raeder Leah Raeder à 8 free read Maise O’Malley just turned eighteen but she’s felt like a grown up her entire life The summer before senior year she has plans get into a great film school convince her mom to go into rehab and absolutely do not under any circumstances screw up her own futureBut life has a way of throwing her plans into free fallWhen Maise meets Evan at a carnival one night their chemistry is immediate intense and short liv This is by far the most well written romance I ve read to date in the dubious new adult category not to mention one of the best in the indie press one There are a handful of other NAs that I ve liked among them Faking It Double Clutch and Easy but this one s much closer to the mature YANA writing of The Sea of Tranuility Albeit with characters and problems that are a lot fucked up This story is basically a much better version of Slammed which has gotten a lot of attention but I didn t find all that compelling particularly in the too honorable to be true teacher Unteachable is honest about how the fantasy of the older manforbidden relationship plays into Maise s intense relationship with her teacher Evan as well as mostly honest in Evan s fixation on her It s filled with the kind of lust and sweat and regret that you rarely get in New Adult titles maybe because so many of them are too busy trying to appeal to YA readers that they aren t pushing the envelope enough or maybe just don t have that much insight to share I think one of the most bold things about this book is that as messed up as the idea of this relationship is it s interesting to see how honestly Maise is portrayed She s not an innocent ripe for seduction and her awareness of her own femininity and sexual power is shown in a way you don t ever see in contemporary romances I mean why is it that you mostly only get that in urban fantasy Most women who are 18 are aware of the potency of their attractiveness and youthfulness on some level even if they aren t mature enough to fully understand the conseuences of their actions or the lack of responsibility and what that implies in his But the situation is put into the right context later on I do think that a little time could have been spent on view spoilerEvanEric s past relationship and proof that this wasn t just a predilection for teenage girls Because honestly to me that s how the situation still feels and I don t know if Maise s just fooling herself It s pretty creepy but you knew that going into this story hide spoiler

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review Unteachable read & download Ö eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF à Leah Raeder Leah Raeder à 8 free read Ed Which is exactly how she likes it no strings But afterward she can’t get Evan out of her head He’s taught her that a hookup can be something It can be an unexpected connection with someone who truly understands her Someone who sees beyond her bravado to the scared but strong girl insideThat someone turns out to be her new film class teacher Mr Evan WilkeMaise and Evan resolve to keep their hands off each What a book Beautiful Forbidden Captivating Forbidden love is so alluring I think all of us are drawn to it one way or another The thrill the fear the heightened sense of awareness everything about it is dangerous and yet totally irresistibleNow this book is a studentteacher romance so yes the taboo is there Loud and clear But for those of you who are unsure based on that it might help to know that the heroine is 18 so the issue here is purely moral not legalBefore I even speak about the story though I need to take a moment to gush about the writing Unteachable is a beautifully written book I am in awe of Leah Raeder s writing talent Her uniue style is lyrical poetic and vivid The story grabbed my attention from the very first line and by mid way through the first chapter I had goosebumps and spent the rest of my read desperately overusing the highlight function on my KindleI m going to do something I very rarely do in reviews I m going to share the book s official blurb instead of describing it myself because in all honesty reading this blurb was what sold me on the book especially that last line Here see for yourself I met him at a carnival of all corny places The summer I turned eighteen in that chaos of neon lights and cheap thrills I met a man so sweet so beautiful he seemed to come from another world We had one night intense scary real Then I ran like I always do Because I didn t want to be abandoned againBut I couldn t run far enoughI knew him as Evan that night When I walked into his classroom he became Mr WilkeMy teacherI don t know if what we re doing is wrong The rules say one thing my heart says screw the rules I can t let him lose his job And I can t lose himIn the movies this would have a happy ending I grow up I love I lose I learn And I move on But this is life and there s no script You make it up as you go alongAnd you don t pray for a happy ending You pray for it to never endHoly wow RightWell the whole book is written like that So if you liked that blurb you definitely want to read this one It s the kind of story that has just enough reality in it to keep you grounded but just enough fairytale to sweep you awayMy first love from this book goes to the heroine Maise I wanted to be her best friend She had that kind of uiet inner strength raw cynical outlook pure honesty and uick witted sass that made her a refreshingly real character She was the kind of girl who wasn t going to make any apologies for who she was and yet wasn t going to blame anyone else for her problems She owned them and she owned herself despite the fact that she was still figuring herself out and finding her place in the world She was both vulnerable and yet tough as nails sharp smart and perceptive beyond her years and yet still naive in other ways and still learning the ways of the worldEvan was an interesting character For the record he was 32 years old He wan t super rich or super kinky or really super anything He was just a sweet gorgeous flawed guy who fell for a girl he shouldn t have He listened to us earnestly his face filled with curiosity amusement respect He was smarter than us but not smug He shared intelligence like a secret making us conspirators in it I could feel the whole class falling in love with him And every time his eyes touched me the air jolted I kept wavering back and forth with my feelings for him Yes a part of me fell for him but the uestions kept running through my mind Granted he didn t know she was a student when they met but after wards was I able to consider him a hero Was I okay with what he was doing Should I judge him Should I accept him What about his actions were they right wrong acceptable How much did age really matter when the heart knew what it wanted I felt very conflicted My heart and mind battled over it I was uncomfortable with his actions to be sure but at the same time he really was an okay guy and so that zone between right and wrong was getting fuzzier and fuzzier Was he my boyfriend Secret lover Person abusing his position of authority and trust I mean what if your happily ever after person didn t come neatly packaged up in the body of a person society thinks you should be with Would that make being with them ok Or are there just some relationships that are just not meant to be If the heart says yes shouldn t that be enough I struggled at times but I loved the uestions the story raised And I didn t see all the twists coming because there were elements in the story I won t reference directly that made me consider him differently in the end than I did in the beginning But despite all my uestions I couldn t help but feel right about them Wrong but right I loved them together and truthfully if you looked at them just as two separate people devoid of titles or age gaps they were perfect for each other It seems like the whole world has figured out how to be happy but no one s letting me in on the secret There are moments when you re getting to know someone when you realize something deep and buried in you is deep and buried in them too It feels like meeting a stranger you ve known your whole life They struggled with their relationship too each in their own way But there was no doubt that what they both wanted most was each other This feels wrong Maise I m your teacher It s not just about getting caught It s how our lives will get screwed up even if no one finds out Sneaking around secrecy paranoia

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review Unteachable read & download Ö eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF à Leah Raeder Leah Raeder à 8 free read Other but the attraction is too much to bear Together they’re real and genuine; apart they’re just actors playing their parts for everyone else And their masks are slipping People start to notice Rumors fly When the truth comes to light in a shocking way they may learn they were just playing parts for each other tooSmart sexy and provocative Unteachable is about what happens when a love story goes off scri All I can say is that I was so into the story that I forgot to take notes wowThis story was not at all what I was expecting though a bit melodramatic towards the endAlso Siobhan was incredibly wonderful I m really glad Maise connected with her I am not the wise woman you think she said tilting her glass Starlight skimmed off the rim and shot into her eyes sparkling But I will tell you this don t put your life on hold for someone or you ll wake up at forty two with an empty house and a terrifying sense of freedom and no energy or innocence left to enjoy it Spoilers belowBut I was kind of disappointed when Maise went back to Evan after Wesley showed his Docudrama about her life and everyone in class started discussing it I realized how wrong their relationship was in my eyes and how I couldn t stand her being with him We d been in Maise s head for so long it was easy to forget the wrongness But Wesley s Docudrama showed me how it looked from an outsider s perspective I was in such a haze just like Maise and it was like finally waking up after I saw it Note I m an Affiliate If you re interested in buying Unteachable just click on the image below to go through my link I ll make a small commission This review and can be found on my blog

  • ebook
  • 320
  • Unteachable
  • Leah Raeder
  • English
  • 05 February 2020
  • 9781476786414