*****REVIEW***** UNDO ME (The Good Ol’ Boys, #3) by M. Robinson



I fell in love with her when I was seventeen.
She brought me to my knees when I was twenty.
I loved her against reason.
I loved her against hope.
I loved her against all odds.
Now she’s back, a constant reminder of what I lost, what could have been.
I hate her.
I resent her.
I still love her.
Can I forgive her…
Will she be my end once again or my beginning?

STANDALONE within a series. New Adult Contemporary Romance: Strong language and sexual content, not intended for readers under 18.

*****Dee’s Review*****

6+++++ Dylan McGraw Stars***************

Undo Me does justice to its title because it will absolutely build you up to later destroy you, and you will love every single minute of it, in fact, you will beg for more.

I’m not going to sugarcoat the fact that the hero in this story is obnoxiously cocky and brutally honest, and some might even call him insensitive. But that added to his appeal to me because he was every bit of sexy, rugged and possessive. He knew it and didn’t apologize for it. Dylan will make you want to slap him and kiss him with the same explosive intensity, making him an alpha hero that you will never, ever forget…

Dylan and Aubrey met in high school. He was a few years older than her and had a reputation of a player, in fact, he had made Aubrey’s best friend fall for him after only one night together. He was a love them and leave ’em kind of guy, and Aubrey was not cool with him playing with her friend, so she sets out to defend her bf’s honor. Aubrey is very feisty and she is ready to give Dylan a piece of her mind but by the end of the discussion she was equal parts furious and aroused by him.

Dylan was immediately drawn to Aubrey’s fire and he wanted to get burned by her. He was determined to make the one girl who seemed immune to his charms, his. Ultimately the passion between these two couldn’t be contained and so they gave into a beautiful love that consumed them both.

Aubrey has some insecurities caused by family issues and every time Dylan mentions the future, she is scared frozen. She’s trying to live their present with utmost intensity because she believes nothing good ever lasts.

It turns out that it wasn’t the future, but the present that came on full throttle to destroy Aubrey and Dylan’s love. A tragedy so painful that replaced every emotion Aubrey ever possessed. Guilt and pain are all Aubrey has left inside her. The only thing that brings her a fake sense of peace is punishment.

Dylan’s love for Aubrey is his religion. The only thing he believes in, the only thing that matters, and it’s killing him to see the dark path she’s chosen, making him feel absolutely helpless. And this is what pushes him over the edge and back to his old ways.

Time goes by, and the good ‘ol boys always remain friends. It’s obvious to everyone that Dylan and Aubrey are still very much in love with each other, but nobody knows the dark secrets that separate them.

Can Aubrey and Dylan find the strength to forgive and believe in love again?

The beautiful intensity of this story swallowed me whole. I felt Aubrey’s tears running down my own face, and Dylan’s heart broke with mine. I got lost inside the pages of this novel, praying not to ever be found.

Nothing I say can really do justice to what I experienced through the pen of M.Robinson. Her words intoxicated me, made me feel drunk and deliriously in love with Dylan.

Author M. Robinson, I love you for making me hate you. Thank you for ripping my heart to shreds, for demanding my tears and for giving me this fictional Alpha Male that will forever haunt my dreams…

My Undo Me music playlist:
*Something In The way You Move by Elle Goulding
*Ain’t No Sunshine by Bill Withers
*Give Me Love by Ed Sheeran
*Come Pick Me Up by Ryan Adams

Coming Feb. 16th!!!!

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