Monday, October 13, 2014

Review Unethical by Jennifer Blackwood

Two years ago, the medical world was shaken by scandal, and Payton Daniels's family was at the center of it. The second she graduated, Payton left everything behind―her high school sweetheart, her family, and the controversy surrounding her mother's death—and hid within the anonymity of college. But Payton’s ex, Blake Hiller, hasn't forgiven her for leaving, and when he enrolls in the same medical ethics class, she panics. She can’t run the risk of him telling everyone who she really is. As if being at the same university isn’t enough, both Blake and Payton land the same internship. Forced together, their passion for each other reignites, but when Payton is asked to testify in her father’s high-profile trial, she must choose between risking her acceptance into medical school to help her father, and losing every connection to her past—including the only guy she’s ever loved.

4 Wonderful Stars!

Review by Allison East

Who doesn't love a second chance at love romance? These kinds of books are my guilty pleasure. Hands down my favorite to read. Guy meets girl, girl and guy have a great relationship, something messes it up, one of them pushes away, moves away- and years later they find each other again, and fall in love. Perfection. And this story was one of those!

Payton Daniels is trying to be a normal college medical student. But she can't escape the stigma of her father's betrayal. It follows her everywhere. Even in class. And after she leaves everything behind- I am talking about everything-friends, high school sweetheart, and her family- all because of the controversy about her mother. She tried to escape everything- but when her high school flame, Blake, shows up at her new university, she faces him head on. Blake Hiller is such a good book boyfriend. He is also a medical student and when he gets to his medical ethics class and he sees Payton- his world is flipped upside down. He is angry for the way she left him, but he still has the same emotions of love for the relationship they had together. 

As if being in a class together isn't enough- they both bag the same internship and it forces the feelings that have been dormant to come to life.  I really enjoyed the plot line, along with the fantastic characters. I loved Payton and Blake- they definitely belonged together. And this book was super angsty for me, for sure. There was a lot of back and forth between the two of them, but I knew they belonged together. I love a good dual POV, and Jennifer Blackwood did a fantastic job!  Looking forward to more from this author. 



1 comment:

  1. This sounds like a super angsty novel!! I hadn't heard of this one until I stumbled across your review! Thanks for that! :)


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