Six months ago, I was happy. I was simply Naomi Carradine.
One month ago, I was admitted into a psych ward.
Yesterday, Lachlan visited me. Kissed me. And told me that I’m starting to lose my mind.
Hours later, Max haunted my thoughts, reminding me I’m not crazy and that he needs my help.
A few minutes ago, I drifted further from reality, trying to unravel the past.
And now...everyone thinks I’m insane. But, I know he's real, and I know he needs me.
Do you believe me?
Wow! I finished this book up yesterday and had to process my thoughts about it over night. Honestly I can’t really talk about the plot much because I’m afraid anything I tell you about it will give something away. I can say that the plot is what I would consider unique. I’ve not read a book like this one before and I love stories like that. Those that are not overdone. Those that stand out. Unravel is certainly one of those stories and I really loved it.
Immediately things start building from page one and the more I read the more I was drawn into the story. You know when your reading a story and you know something big is going to happen and you become so engrossed in it that you just can’t put it down? This story was like that to me. I literally couldn’t put it down.
I realize the synopsis is sort of vague (at least I think so), but please don’t let that deter you from reading this one. I’ve rated it five stars and for those of you who follow my blog and read my reviews you know that I’m stingy with my five star ratings. 🙂
Overall, I loved this book and it’s characters. If you’re a fan of new adult romance that offer twists and turns throughout the entire book than Unravel is for you.