Monday, October 19, 2015

Review: Everything I Left Unsaid by Molly O'Keefe via Netgalley

Everything I Left Unsaid (Everything I Left Unsaid, #1)Everything I Left Unsaid by Molly O'Keefe
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

4,5 -Tell me No- Stars

Molly O'Keefe is a new author for me so I was nervous and excited at the same time before I read the book, as always. I can happily say that this book didn't disappoint me. I loved it.

Everything I lfet Unsaid is the kind of book you should dive into totally blind. The less you know, the more you will like this book!!

This book is so hard to review. Because whatever I wanna write will be spoiler and I seriously don't want to give any spoilers about this book. I feel like I'm playing Taboo Game right now.


What is Everything I Left Unsaid about?

Annie McKay is running...from her life, from her box, from her prison...She is finally free or atleast she tries to be.

"When we were pushed to the edge we were capable of anything. Surviving was the only thing that mattered."

Annie doesn't like cities or people. She wants to be forgettable. She want to be safe. She finds a trailer park after days on the road. That place is just like what she needs.

"Everyone minds their own here. They all keep to themselves. It's safe and it's quiet and we don't truck with no nonsense."

Annie's life is about to change, not because she is running but because she finds a phone in her trailer. That phone changes her days and mostly her nights. That phone changes her. It makes her bolder,


Annie is inexperienced. She is twenty-four years old but she lived in a prison for her whole life. She didn't want anything for her.

Until now.
Now, she wants to be someone else. And a phone gives her this opportunity. To be someone else...
Annie wants dark and Dylan is all darkness. So...the story is inevitable.

Dylan is a mystery. He is good and bad news at the same time. He isn't a liar but he has things he left unsaid. He is dark, troubled and alone in the crowd. He has his own universe.

"We could all be so many things.
Victims and criminals.
Sinners and saints.
Devious and virtuous."

Annie and Dylan both have some problems they want to forget. When they don't know anything about each other, the thing between them becomes addictive, refreshing.


"They could burn down this whole mountain with the fire between them"

Everything I Left Unsaid was full of foreplay. I wasn't expecting this book to be that hot. But it was...
The anonimity, trust, the way Annie was trying to know herself, her desires...It was hot, dirty and pure at the same time. And I loved it!

I also loved characters, the change in them. It was good to witness and Molly's writing was so good. I can make so many quotation from the book. Words were strong, story was strong and characters were strong.
There was good messages about woman violence, as well.

As a warning I need to say: This book finishes with an cliffhanger so I cannot wait to read second book.

"...that hope-like thing crystallized into happiness-like thing.

*ARC provided via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*

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