I was provided an ARC copy of Undeniable from Liz Iavorschi-Braun in exchange for my honest review. To see how I rate my reviews, check out my rating system and for further information check out my review policy.
Please note that this review will contain spoilers if you haven’t read Undesirable (for that review click here or to buy it on Amazon click here) or Undefineable (for the review click here or to buy it on Amazon click here)
It is time again for another review! Although it’s a few days into NaNoWriMo and I’m not sure how many reviews I will be doing this month, here is a new review. This week I will be reviewing Undeniable by Liz Iavorschi-Braun. This is book 3 of the Seven Years Gone series, and I am so excited to have been given the opportunity to read this book before it’s release next month!
Undeniable continues Ginger’s journey in Harrison, but after the reveal of the cost of freedom, war is upon them. While trying to stay safe for Rane and her unborn baby, Ginger has to learn to stay put before jumping into the fire. But what will happen when the fighting is over?
The time for war is upon them. Ginger and her newfound family in Harrison must fight for the hard-won freedom they hold dear. When the smoke clears, will things ever be the same?
This book is a great continuation of the Seven Years Gone Series. Ginger has been through so much since book 1 and it all comes down to this. Here is my review:
Things I Like:
Look at this cover! (Provided to me from Liz)
It’s so amazing and beautiful! The colors are amazing as they incorporate the colors of the previous 2 books. I love the covers of this series.
Same Great Characters
All of the characters that I love from the previous two books are back with the addition of a few characters added to the main cast. The two “new” characters are mentioned in book 2 but are brought to the front of the action in Undeniable. Joe and Stitch are lovable and caring characters that have a lot of love and care for Ginger. The treat her as family and I enjoy them being around.
The Plot Thickens
Every time that I think I know what will happen next in this plotline, it changes. This drives me crazy, but it is such a good thing! It keeps me on the edge of my seat, and I’m always left wondering what will happen next. The twists in this one really threw me off and I am yearning to know what happens.
I’ve officially decided that Rane is my new book boyfriend!
He’s just so perfect and caring and understanding and amazing and perfect (did I say that one already? Aw well!) He treats Ginger like a princess and would do anything for her. Although I have a pretty amazing fiance (if I do say so myself) he may just have to compete for my attention 😉!
Things I Don’t Like:
At times it feels as if the characters are being forced to say their dialog. It doesn’t always feel natural and it is sometimes a struggle to get through the dialog. One point, when Stitch is discussing a mission with other members of the military and he seems very stiff and unsure of what he’s saying. However, this only happened a few times so it’s not too distracting.
Overall Undeniable is a suspense-filled continuation of the Seven Years Gone Series. I’m entirely invested in Ginger’s story and can’t wait to find out what will happen next. The entire cast of characters are still as lovable as always. There are so many great twists and turns that I didn’t expect to happen that made this book that much better. Although some of the dialog is forced at times, I still enjoy reading this series. I give Undeniable. . .
Thank you Liz Iavorschi-Braun for providing me a copy of your book in return for my honest opinion!
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