Unlovable

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Senior Maggie Brown is the poster child for Heroin Chic with her jutting bones and dark-ringed eyes. But drugs are not Maggie's problem; her mother is. She's struggling with her feelings for Seth Prescott, fearing he is just another person who'll let her down.
Seth Prescott's an undercover cop whose feelings for Maggie have become complicated. Their journey is one of humor, heartbreak, & romance. More

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About Sherry Gammon

Sherry Gammon’s debut novel Unlovable quickly rose to the top seller list on Amazon. She has added five more novels to her body of work.
• Not so Easy, book one of the Souls in Peril series. A poignant story of Max Sanchez who is on a journey to help the struggling JD Miller survive high school.
• Unbelievable, book two of the Port Fare series, which takes us on the bumpy pathway of love for Cole Colter.
• Pete & Tink, a fun, light-hearted novella about a manga-loving geek and a five-and-a-half inch fairy.
• The Experiment (co-written by two other authors). It is a speculative fiction novel about morphs, and is set in the future.
• Loving Marigold, a fun romantic story about a witch that is part of the Christmas anthology A Fantasy Christmas
Sherry and her wonderfully supportive husband, currently call Upstate New York home, which is also the setting for her novels. It is where they are raising their family. Sherry has a degree in Legal Assisting, and served as a medical technician in the Air Force. She and her husband worked in foster care for a number of years, from which they adopted their youngest son. She has worked in the education system for a number of years, and is currently lucky enough to be teaching teenage girls, ages 12-18. She has lived in Michigan, California, Utah, Texas, Pennsylvania, and the beautiful, but over-taxed state of New York where she has spent the last eleven years, and now considers home. It is where she spends her nights writing instead of sleeping :} Her Blog is:www.WordpaintingsUnlimited.com

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Senior Maggie Brown is the poster child for Heroin Chic with her jutting bones and dark-ringed eyes. But drugs are not Maggie's problem; her mother is. She's struggling with her feelings for Seth Prescott, fearing he is just another person who'll let her down. Seth Prescott's an undercover cop whose feelings for Maggie have become complicated. Their journey is one of humor,heartbreak, and romance.

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Review by: Sarah (Workaday Reads) on Feb. 23, 2012 : star star star star star
I'll cut to the chase: I loved this book. It reminded me of a Nora Roberts trilogy, except sweet and clean instead of steamy and borderline erotic. It is the first in a trilogy with each book focusing one person from a tight group of awesome friends. In this case, it's a group of sweet and hot guys.

Maggie's life is heartbreaking. Her mother is an alcoholic who is just plain mean, and Maggie is slowly starving to death while trying to keep everything together and hidden. It's hard to read, especially since Maggie is such a good person.

One of my favourite parts comes closer to the end of the book: the wordplay between Maggie and Booker. It is so funny and light-hearted. It's such a great contrast to everything else that happens. I love the zingers they send each other.

Overall, this is a great book and a great start to a series. I can't wait to read the other two books. I would definitely recommend this book to readers of all kinds of genres: YA, romance, drama, and contemporary. There is something here for everyone.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Asheley (@BookwormAsheley) on Jan. 14, 2012 : (no rating)
I am so, so excited that I got a chance to read Sherry Gammon's UNLOVABLE. This story is absolutely incredible. I'm not one to typically pick up contemporary stories, romances, or crime thrillers - and I've just read all of that rolled into one! From pretty much the moment I started reading, I was hooked and completely attached to these characters.

Here's why you need to read UNLOVABLE now:

1. The Characters. EVERY ONE written expertly, well-developed, and completely believable.

**Seth & Maggie. Seth is the undercover cop posing as a high school student; while on assignment, he falls hopelessly in love with Maggie. Maggie is the dangerously thin, dark-eyed but beautiful, co-dependent student that is the object of his affection. Maggie has a crush on Seth too, but she can't believe that he would ever be interested in her. She has no idea Seth is a cop - she just thinks he is an unbelievably handsome guy that suddenly has taken an interest in her. Maggie has major trust issues that stem from losing her grandparents, an alcoholic/verbally abusive mother, and guys that dated her only for that one thing. But Seth is patient and kind, and their relationship develops slowly - a sweet and lovely slow-burn. By the time they've fallen in love, it is clear that Seth would do anything to protect Maggie, including lay down his life for her.
**Booker & Cole. Seth's best friends. Booker is a fellow cop that is like Seth's brother. Cole is a rising doctor with a heart of gold, and he ends up taking care of Maggie's critically ill mother. Both of these guys are supportive of Seth in both his job and his relationship with Maggie. By the end of the story, both of these guys have grown to love Maggie like family - they genuinely adore her and this is obvious in the writing. Because they love Maggie so much, the readers love them even more. These are some of the best supporting characters I've ever read.
**Barbara Brown. Maggie's mother. An alcoholic, she never tells Maggie she loves her and is never able to come to terms with her addiction. Correction: She never WANTS to come to terms with her addiction, always choosing booze over her child. She causes Maggie so much heartache, and it broke my heart to read about it.
**Bill & Alan. The bad guys/drug dealers. Excellent villains, they're rotten to the core. The closer the cops came to destroying their drug ring, the more ruthless and awful they became.

2. The Romance. Beautifully written. Seth completely swept me off my feet. I was so emotionally invested in Seth and Maggie as a couple, and this spilled over to the secondary characters because of the role that each of them played in the lives of Seth and Maggie. While the circumstances surrounding their "getting together" were definitely not ideal (the heroin ring, the starving child, etc.), I was absolutely captivated by the complete and total falling-in-love. It was a very passionate love affair without any sexual tension, innuendo, or sex scenes. I agree that it is nice to read about passionate love in books, but there is something to be said for a sweet romance where two people are innocently swept off of their feet. It was so refreshing and I loved it.

3. The Crime. Oh my gracious! I haven't spent too much time reading crime/thriller stories, but why on earth not? The crime part of the plot was intense and action-packed. I was literally flipping the pages faster and faster during those scenes because my heart was pounding as I was pulling for the good guys. UNLOVABLE is a well-written, believable crime tale that kept me engaged, and it is perfectly paced.

This read had my emotions all over the place. I was so happy, and also sometimes sad. I was heartbroken, and also elated. I was full of righteous anger, but I was thrilled when justice was served. I am amazed that this author could have me all over the map so well with her debut. In the end, my heart was warmed and I will shamelessly admit to hugging this book.

I just really loved this one, you guys! When I finished the book, I took a deep breath, then I exhaled and was happy with the world. Even though there is some heartbreak in these pages, UNLOVABLE is one of those books that makes you feel good when you read it. I'm thrilled that this is the start of a series and that book two, UNBELIEVABLE, will be out soon. I honestly can't wait to get my hands on a copy of that one as soon as it is available.

If you are a fan of romance, and don't mind something clean, something a little different - don't wait a second longer - please do yourself a favor and get this book! If you like contemporary crime stories, you should give this one a try. No matter if you are a fan of action-driven stories or character-driven stories, this one will be perfect for you. It was amazing and I can't wait for UNBELIEVABLE to be released.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Kristin Mosman on Dec. 08, 2011 : star star star star
Quick, clean, interesting read! See my full review on goodreads.com
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Tasha Nicole on Nov. 13, 2011 : star star star star star
Well, first of, let me just say that I have a 5-page English Paper, some Spanish homework, and Honors PreCalc Extra Credit that I need to do, that's due in about 16 hours, that I haven't even started because I was too preoccupied with this book! Oh, and I have to create 1 minute, 30 seconds choreography to dance to Barbie Girl, too. But that's not due until Thursday. Oh well! xD
Just kidding, it's only a 5-paragraph English paper, not 5 pages (the rest are all true though, and I have to annotate another story for English, too) hahahahahaha!!! But seriously, this book was so good that I did not want to put it down, at all.
Seth Prescott is an undercover MET agent, posing as a senior at Port Fare High School, in western New York. It is his job to find out who is using drugs, especially heroin, so he can track down the dealer, to track the supplier. He is handsome, rich, and powerful enough that when he is assigned to be friends with the populars, he has no problem - in fact, the head cheerleader, Hillary, develops a "crush" on him, though he instead notices a quiet, much too thin, girl named Maggie Brown. A while later, while trying to sum up the courage to ask her out, his mission gets switched to watch out for Barbara Brown, and her daughter, none other than Maggie Brown herself! From the start, Seth doesn't believe she is doing drugs, especially with her 4.0 GPA and kid-loving nature, but none the less, has to make sure. Little does he know, she has noticed him, too, and falls well into his plan, though her guard is up, and she won't let him get to far in her heart, since her own mother, a drunk 24/7, has not once told her she loves her, and instead only expresses her love toward Vodka, throwing nasty, emotionally-scarring, hurtful verbal abuses at her daughter. Eventually, she lets her many walls down, only to have some drug dealers try and kill her mother, and break her heart, telling her the truth about who Seth is. After a while, they come to terms with each other, expressing a common theme of "true love conquers over all". This book is a roller-coaster of emotions for Maggie, and since it is so, well, its hard to image it ever actually happening, but its written so life-like that it definitely seems real, that at some points its an emotional roller coaster for those reading it, too.
Unlovable was one of those rare ones where I could actually visualize what was happening, and that never happens. It happened for part of one other book, but usually the visualizing happens in daydreams during class after I've read a good book.
The plot was pretty good and had you on edge pretty much the whole time. At some parts, like when you knew that Maggie was going to find out and flip out on Seth, you could predict, but the prediction always turned up to be at least a little bit different of the actual storyline.
The dialogue was very realistic as well, so props to that! The teenaged librarian spoke with such a teenagish dialect, it truly made the story more realistic. She used "like" all the time, something that I myself happen to do all the time, so I could relate, making the story more real.
In the story, it seemed Booker and Cole, sometimes even Seth, were saying how young Maggie is. She most definitely is too young for Booker, being 10 years her elder, but Seth is only 3 and a half years her senior, which to me seems the perfect amount of an age difference.
One thing that sort of bugged me, but not immensely, was the fact that Seth comes from the rich side of town, while Maggie is often referred to as "Trailer Trash". It seems in all plot lines, the two come from different worlds, such as this. Other examples are one being human while the other is a vampire, one being a geek, the other a princess or goth, or something other than the usual for whatever the scenario may be. But I guess that it simply adds to the well-known saying 'Opposites attract'.
The Preface and part of the last chapter before the Epiloge did confuse me a bit. It was the exact same,
"Before I could reach his lifeless form, Alan grabbed my face and lifted me onto my tiptoes; my lungs battered begged for air. Dragging his slimy mouth along my neck he muttered, “I’ve waited so long to have you, I’m afraid I’m not going to be able to control myself as long as I’d hoped.”

He then stopped and pinched his eyes shut before dropping me back to the ground. “No, Alan, you can wait a bit longer for your revenge,” he counseled himself while stroking my hair. “But maybe a little taste wouldn’t hurt.” He jerked my face to his, dropping his foul lips to mine.
Something inside me snapped. If I was going to die, I was going to go out fighting, so fight I did. I raked my fingers over his face, digging up flesh, and while forcing my thumbs into his eyes, I brought my leg up between his, hard, crushing his groin.
He stumbled and fell on top of me, pinning my battered body to the ground. His weight added unwanted pressure to my already tender ribs, and I screamed out.
However, Alan’s screams overshadowed mine; he was in serious pain. I began scratching, biting, and punching every inch of him I could make purchase with, holding nothing back. Still reeling from my well-placed knee, he spewed out a list of profanities a mile long as I broke free and forced my broken body across the kitchen floor toward the gun. I was almost to the drawer, when, from his prostate position, he hooked my foot, dragging me back several feet.
I looked back at his sweaty face, now scarred and bleeding thanks to my fingernails as he leered at me. “You. Will. Pay. For. That.” Reaching into a pocket by his left knee" (Gammon 3), yet then, in Chapter 1, it went to talk about a girl whom Alan had previously killed who had a 6th degree black belt in karate, or something along those lines. When I got to this part in the last chapter, it throughly confused me, but I kept reading anyway, and assumed that the author provied that as the preface as a way of foreshadowing, instead of having that lead up to how the story would start, which was an interesting way of doing so, even if it was a bit confusing.
Overall, I really did enjoy this book and I cannot wait to read books 2 and 3 in the Port Fare series, Unbelievable and Unbearable. I would definately recommend this book to my friends, and I hope most of you get the chance to read it.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Beckie Voigts on Nov. 06, 2011 : star star star star star
My Thoughts:

Wow, wow, Wow, this book is the whole package of greatness! The cover of the book is simply amazing, and the book itself was even better. I so fell in love with this book! Unlovable went above and beyond my expectations for this book. A few months ago I added this book to my TBR pile on Goodreads and a couple days later hear from the author Sherry Gammon asking me to read her book. I will saw I said yes to her asking me mostly what the cover looked like but little did I know I would find a pure treasure! This book will touch your heart. The story of a unlovable girl and a boy who came along to change that.

Maggie believes she is a unlovable nothing, and why not her Mother reminds her of this everyday. Maggie was a accident, she was never supposed to be born. Although her Mother Barbara kept the baby she treats her daughter, Maggie like dirt. Maggie grew up feeling unloved and she has always taken care of her Mother never the less. Maggie's mother is always drunk and never shows any kindness to her. Maggie still tries to have a life, go to school, make friends... one day the hottest guy in her school begins to take a interest in her and Maggie does not understand why.

Seth who is a undercover cop working with MET (Mobile Enforcement Teams) a branch of the DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) is now given the assignment to get to know Maggie better. Befriend her, and somehow see if her Mother is involved somehow. Seth and his partner Booker need to find a family of drug dealers in Port Fare. Maggie does not understand why Seth has taken a new interest in her. Who could like or love someone like her? Maggie soon will find out through out the course of the story someone does.

As Seth and Maggie get to know each other better they begin to have intense feeling for each other, but little do they know everything is about to change...

I found this book to just tear at my heart string. There is such wonderful passion and love within this story. Seth and Maggie's love story is so pure and beautiful. The book has such a great story. I love it when I can come across a book that just makes me feel good while reading it. Unlovable is simply one of those books. When I was done reading it, I wanted to pick it up and read it again. The author, Sherry Gammon has written a timeless love story. Her writing style is exquisite and graceful. I love each and every page of her book and would strongly recommend Unlovable to anyone who adores a epic love story. You will not be disappointed.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Beckie Voigts on Nov. 06, 2011 : (no rating)
My Thoughts:

Wow, wow, Wow, this book is the whole package of greatness! The cover of the book is simply amazing, and the book itself was even better. I so fell in love with this book! Unlovable went above and beyond my expectations for this book. A few months ago I added this book to my TBR pile on Goodreads and a couple days later hear from the author Sherry Gammon asking me to read her book. I will saw I said yes to her asking me mostly what the cover looked like but little did I know I would find a pure treasure! This book will touch your heart. The story of a unlovable girl and a boy who came along to change that.

Maggie believes she is a unlovable nothing, and why not her Mother reminds her of this everyday. Maggie was a accident, she was never supposed to be born. Although her Mother Barbara kept the baby she treats her daughter, Maggie like dirt. Maggie grew up feeling unloved and she has always taken care of her Mother never the less. Maggie's mother is always drunk and never shows any kindness to her. Maggie still tries to have a life, go to school, make friends... one day the hottest guy in her school begins to take a interest in her and Maggie does not understand why.

Seth who is a undercover cop working with MET (Mobile Enforcement Teams) a branch of the DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) is now given the assignment to get to know Maggie better. Befriend her, and somehow see if her Mother is involved somehow. Seth and his partner Booker need to find a family of drug dealers in Port Fare. Maggie does not understand why Seth has taken a new interest in her. Who could like or love someone like her? Maggie soon will find out through out the course of the story someone does.

As Seth and Maggie get to know each other better they begin to have intense feeling for each other, but little do they know everything is about to change...

I found this book to just tear at my heart string. There is such wonderful passion and love within this story. Seth and Maggie's love story is so pure and beautiful. The book has such a great story. I love it when I can come across a book that just makes me feel good while reading it. Unlovable is simply one of those books. When I was done reading it, I wanted to pick it up and read it again. The author, Sherry Gammon has written a timeless love story. Her writing style is exquisite and graceful. I love each and every page of her book and would strongly recommend Unlovable to anyone who adores a epic love story. You will not be disappointed.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: zanchez on Nov. 04, 2011 : star star star star star
loved it great book cant wait till next book
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Jen @ In the Closet With a Bibliophile on Oct. 26, 2011 : star star star star
3.5 Stars

A mother too drunk to get off the couch, a girl who has put up with her drunk mother since she lost her grandparents at the age of four, an undercover cop who is trying to breakup the drug ring that has been circling around the city killing off people: that is what awaits in Unlovable by Sherry Gammon.

A heart wrenching contemporary thriller, Unlovable is the story of a girl and what she must do to survive. Maggie's mother has always drank, at least as far back as Maggie can remember. If it wouldn't have been for the drunk driver that killed her grandparents, Maggie wouldn't have had to move in and take care of her mother at the age of four. Most days and nights her mom is passed out on the couch, drunk. But for Maggie, this has always been her life so she deals with it the best way she can.

Seth Prescott, a member of the Mobile Enforcement Team (MET) is currently undercover as a senior at Port Fare High School. Seth and a couple others from his team have infiltrated the school in an effort to find the supplier of the heroin that has been causing the deaths around the city. Highly trained and highly attractive, Seth must find the supplier before more people wind up dead.

I had mixed feelings when reading Unlovable and if I could rate it in sections I would say I liked the first half, but I loved the second half. It was like Ms. Gammon's writing just kept getting better and better as the book progressed. Writing in a double narrative, as Unlovable is, is never an easy thing [as I said in a totally unrelated book review], but Ms. Gammon was able to make it mostly work. I could definitely differentiate between the two narrators, Maggie and Seth, their unique voices pushing through the chapters. I could feel the older voice of Seth when he spoke and Maggie's younger voice with an added judgmental air about it almost always told me it was her speaking.

Seth--sans some of the beginning chapters because he was kind of cheesy--was actually a freakishly awesome guy. He was strong, kind, sweet and understanding more than anyone ever should be. He was pretty humble and protective and full of this unyielding passion for most things around him and most people for that matter. Seth had suffered a lot in his life and I think it kind of made him into this saintlike guy. I would say, the only problem I had with Seth was that he was too perfect. I had a hard time connecting with him if only for that reason, but in the end I still really loved him.

Maggie on the other hand I had a little trouble getting to like and I couldn't really figure out why Seth liked her. She was awfully judgmental and just assumed that Seth was a jerk because he hung out with the popular crowd and because he was freakishly sexy. Now, I can totally say that in high school I was guilty of the same thing so I guess I couldn't hold it against her...at first. But she kept at it for awhile and I kind of wanted to hurt her. About halfway through the book she finally develops enough as a human being to realize she's being an idiot, because Seth is unfailingly kind and sweet and doesn't deserve her attitude, and I could finally like her.

The last half of the book was so much different from the rest. I think it's because the characters finally took on a more layered characterization as did the plot. It kind of turned the whole book around for me and the only thing that I can say is that everything just kind of turned technicolor and seemed a lot more real. Seth was a little less perfect, Maggie had emotions every shade of the rainbow and the plot was fast paced and intense. A couple of the parts may have been a bit unrealistic, but it didn't really bother me.

{QUOTE}"[...]He wrapped his warm hands around my face and pulled me next to him.

"Are you saying I don't matter to you?" (Seth)

"No. We're friends, good friends." I swallowed hard at my words.

"So if I were to kiss you, it wouldn't mean a thing to you?"

"It'd be like kissing my brother," I whispered.

"Is that right?" He ran his thumbs along my jaw, sending a shiver up my back. He smiled. "Let me show you who the delusional one is, Maggie. Oh, and if I'm boring you, feel free to stop me at any time." He leaned forward and in one swift motion captured my mouth with his before I could utter a word.{CLOSE QUOTE}


Overall, Unlovable turned out to be a pretty good read and the fact that I couldn't get Seth and his relationship with Maggie out of my head for a good couple days only proves as much. Sherry Gammon has a way with dialogue that really gets to a reader and I loved the interactions between Seth and Maggie and all of the sub-characters. I give Unlovable a 3.5/5 and recommend it to those who enjoy clean YA Fiction, Thrillers and Law and Order type books. And while it's not categorized as Christian Fiction, some of the writing reminds me of it. I'd definitely put it in Inspy Fiction.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Danielle Jones on Sep. 24, 2011 : (no rating)
This is the first non paranormal book i have read in a whole lot of years and to be honest i didnt know if i would enjoy reading any other genre .... well im glad to so i didnt just enjoy it i LOVED it no loved is an understatment of how i feel about this book i am in awe of it ! "Unlovable" is an amazing story of tradgedy, Love and Hope and how sometimes life can be a bigger trial than we ever expected but if we never give up and if we can learn to allow others to love us even if that means risking getting out hearts broken the trials can seem easier to bear and unconditional love can help heal even the deepest of wounds .... "Unlovable" had me laughing and crying and feeling emotions no book has provoked in me before ..Its so well written that i had to remind myself that i was not really a part of thier world .. i read several nights till 2am because i just couldnt put it down but the whole time i was thinking i should stop because i want to savour this beautiful story. Im totally in love with this book and its charcters, Maggie, Seth & Booker are incredible people with generous loving hearts, compassion and a willingness to love and be loved even when life has thrown them into horrific circumstances. Unlovable is an incredible and beautifully written story about NEVER giving up not on yourself, not on love and not on humanity! I really cant describe in words the affect this phenomenal book has had on me all i can say is it is a story i think everyone should read because there is so much to gain and enjoy.
I give "Unlovable" 10 out of 5 stars because it stands out and is unlike anything i have ever read and its impact will be with me for a lifetime , i will be reading it again and cant wait till my daughters ...no until all my children are old enough to read it, learn from it and enjoy it! If you only read One book your entire life i recommend it be "Unlovable"


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~Danielle~
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Joy Chuah on Sep. 18, 2011 : star star star star star
Wow! It has been quite some time since I've come across such an enjoyable and engrossing romance story. Unlovable is simply amazing and downright unputdownable. The characters are strong, solid and very relatable. The pace of the story and progression of relationship between Maggie and Seth were awesome. I'm mighty glad it isn't the cliche plot of falling deeply in love at first sight. Booker, Cole and Dwayne were great characters.
The romance is really awwwhhhh cupcakes sweet. Gammon resolved the problems and conflicts faced by the characters really well. It gives readers some insight on what to do if faced with similar situations. This is a really awesome and recommended read. I'm glad I purchased it. I got mine at Smashwords.com at only $1.99 and i'm sure it wouldn't hurt those who're thinking of reading it to support the author by purchasing this.
I'm looking forward to the next two sequels, Unbelievable and Unbearable.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Amber Sweeney on Sep. 08, 2011 : star star star star
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Review by: Kristina Chrep on Aug. 31, 2011 : star star star star
Easy read, fun and entertaining
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Review by: Jamie Coy on March 01, 2011 : star star star star star
This is the story of a young woman who hasn't been dealt a fair hand in life. It is a story of the journey of the relationship with her alcoholic mother, as well as everything she has to deal with as a high school senior: including a new boy in school who may just be what she has been waiting for. But despite all of the hard knocks in her life, she has to come to terms with the fact that she can be loved.
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Review by: HB14 on Feb. 12, 2011 : star star star star star
Great book!!! I loved it and would recommend it to anyone who loves a funny book. A laugh-out-loud worthy book. I loved how it was in Seth and Kate's point of view. And NOT ANOTHER vampire book! Read it you won't regret it!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Emily Jones on Feb. 09, 2011 : star star star star star
"Unlovable" is a truly fantastic story of a young girl named Maggie who has an alcoholic mother, lives in a trailer and feels that no one loves her, hence the title. It is a gripping tale full of love, suspense, action, and mystery. One of the best parts about the story is the dual point of view from both Maggie and Seth, an undercover cop at the high school. This story will have you glued to the pages; seriously you will not want to put it down! I very highly recommend this book!!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Bookworm88 on Feb. 05, 2011 : star star star star star
I really enjoyed this novel. It was an emotional read, to say the least. I laughed one minute, cried the next. It is my new fave book! Can't wait fo the next one to come out.
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Review by: Sue Mathews on Feb. 04, 2011 : star star star star star
I LOVED the book! The storyline was great in that you can immerse yourself in the storyline and go through withdrawals when you're done! My daughter can't wait to read it, too!:) Looking forward to reading the next book that comes out from Sherry Gammon!:)
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Review by: katie on Jan. 31, 2011 : star star star star star
This was a great, easy read book! It was romantic, funny, suspensful and very clean. I loved it! I would reccomend it to anyone.
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