Friday, December 27, 2013

*REVIEW* "Below Unforgiven (Movie Trilogy #1)" by Kimberly Stedronsky

Reviewer: Donna

Rating: 5 Stars


Vivian and Keaton were fantastic characters. They both have baggage, Vivian lost a baby and left her fiancee Matthew and Keaton Found his wife Kelsey cheating on him and left her.
The book is in 2 POVs, Keaton and Vivian and I always love that in a book as you can get right into the minds of both of the main characters. Keaton is a movie director and Vivian is an actress. Keaton makes Vivian an offer of acting as his girlfriend to his brother's wedding which of course Vivian accepts.

I just loved this storyline so much. I was never bored as there was always some new situation happening. I found Keaton so funny as he was crazy and impulsive and just said the first thing that came to mind so I did laugh out loud a lot. Vivian was an easy character to understand as she had been through some hard times and sometimes her choices were kind of frustrating but that's what kept me intrigued as well as i just loved Keaton.

I don't want to give too much away so i will just say that the ending left me annoyed at Vivian but also has me anxious for the next book.. This is the first book in the trilogy and I'm really looking to book 2 A Perfect World. Just loved it so much. Highly recommend this book to anyone that loves a complicated, funny and crazy love. 

*ARC received in exchange for an honest review*


Vivian Hale doesn’t cope. She runs.

Spending the summer in small town Pennsylvania, working for minimum wage in the old trailer-turned-video-store, Vivian longs to move on after her world came crashing down around her. She’s given up on her acting dream and is willing to do whatever it takes to make enough money to get a place of her own and start over- anything, of course, but sacrifice her pride.

Oscar winning, LA director Keaton Thorne is back home for the first time in seven years, determined to survive one weekend with his family. As best man in his little brother’s wedding, he has one job- show up with his gorgeous wife and prove to everyone in the small town that he’s better than his father had ever been.

When Keaton makes her a clich├ęd offer that she just can’t refuse, Vivian tries to protect her heart. She knows the difference between right and wrong.

Between moral and immoral…

Between acting… and reality.

One weekend. One man.

One yes

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