Unwilling (Unwilling #1) by K.D. Wood – Review by Jenni Bishop

Unwilling (Unwilling #1)Unwilling by K.D. Wood
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Neely McIntire and Hayden Nelson have been best friends since forever and have just graduated from high school. After graduation Neely has plans to tell him just exactly how she feels about him but after a fight and saying the wrong things, leaves Neely feeling extremely angry and unsure of herself so she decides that she will keep her secret for now.

Andrew Huckley has been secretly in love with Neely McIntire his whole life. He has tried to get his hands on Neely for so many years and she has always said no to this very strange and creepy boy and to all his attempts at asking her out. Yet Neely feeling lonely and vulnerable after her fight with Hayden and she finally gives in and finally accepts a dance with him but little does she know she has already become a part of a very sick and evil monster’s plan.

Neely does the one thing no one saw coming and pushes Hayden away from her but he is refusing to give in and throw it all away and won’t, will not stop at nothing to get her back, even if it means the end of the earth.

Will Hayden be able to let the one person he loves go? Will he find the truth and Neely in time to stop the horrors thrust upon her? Will Neely be forever changed? Will Hayden be able to cope with everything going on? Will Hayden be changed forever? Are there really monsters in the world or a world we know nothing about?

This story is definitely original and took me to places I would never have expected in a million years. I have many mixed emotions about the story and the characters but I was unable to put the book down until I knew what happened next. What started as a teenage romance soon turned into a story that definitely left my skin crawling and my heart in my throat every step of the way. If you love paranormal then this book is one you will want to get your hands on.

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