Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Seen through the eyes of the main character Nina as she is abused, falls in love and falls apart. Skylar her soul mate not only is there for her but also causes drama in Nina's life. Follow her journey as she grows in this dramatic tale of how people can build yet tear her apart.
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Review by: Andrew Crouthamel on Jan. 2, 2012 :
This is a great start to what could become a first full novel for Ms. Crouthamel. While it needs help with sentence structure and grammar at times, the story keeps you turning the page and wondering what wonderful or terrible thing might happen next. I feel this novella as a great base to tweak and expand into a larger novel. I enjoyed the characters and situations they were put in; their histories were well thought out. Unwanted is from the mind of obviously a talented young writer who just needs some editing help.

Spoiler Alert
As mentioned, there are some areas that could be expanded and edited differently. I have mentioned a few here to start.

I feel the evil doctor portion could be expanded more; better explain why she is being kept for so long and tested/monitored (connections to her father?). The realistic repercussions of Mr. Fleix's abuse to Nina (court, jail, etc.) as well as that of her parents could be fleshed out. Also, her parents' attitude reversal near the end and her spiral into drug use could be expanded.
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Review by: Susanna C. Mahoney on Nov. 22, 2011 :
The title caught my eye and I decided to read this emotional short drama about child abuse, broken trust and how it affects one young female teen, Nina and her journey in a broken world. She finds her prince charming, Skylar and he shares a bond with her; until her psychological wounds caused her to run. It is a very touching soul searching story of one's journey who is lost in the world and the path one chooses to survive.
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Review by: Darlene Crouthamel on Nov. 22, 2011 :
What an interesting twist at the end!
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