REVIEW: Love Untouched by Anne Leigh

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Title: Love Untouched

Series: Unexpected, #3

Author: Anne Leigh

Genre: New Adult Contemporary Romance (17+)

My Rating: School School School School

Synopsis

An athlete on the verge of greatness.

A woman who hit the lowest point in her life and fought her way back to the top.

Twenty four year-old Kieran Stone, the country’s number 1 swimmer, has loved one woman all his life – only to have that love unreturned. He has resigned himself to the reality that when it comes to love, he will never be someone’s first choice.

Twenty three year-old Brynn Tanner, sister to the country’s number 2 swimmer Milo Tanner, has emerged from her own battle and won the fight. But to Milo, she remains his little sister.
Here’s the thing about fate – it can be a cruel master.

When Kieran and Brynn are brought together by an unlikely circumstance, it sparks an attraction that neither of them are prepared for, but neither of them can control.

Three fragile hearts. Two fierce rivals. One woman forced to make a choice.

How do you choose between the one you would fight for and the one you once lived for?

Review

I was so excited when I saw that Kieran was getting his own story and I was not disappointed. The characters and story line came together for another great book from Anne Leigh.

I immediately liked Brynn. She’s a fighter and has a great personality. Kieran is just hotness incarnate and it doesn’t hurt that he’s funny and caring. I enjoyed both of them immensely and really liked their chemistry with each other. I was totally engrossed in their story and felt totally invested in the outcome of their relationship.

This book had very well written characters and an involved story line that had me pulled in from the very beginning to the very last page. It had my emotions all over the place throughout the book. I’m giving this book a 4 out of 5 books. Nice job!

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Posted on October 1, 2013, in Contemporary, New Adult, Romance and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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