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First, I just want to warn you that this story is absolutely NOT for the faint hearted. Unbeautifully is the heart wrenching, frustrating, intense and ultimately beautiful story of Danny & Ripper. Aside from Danny and Ripper's story, we also get a background story with scenes from Eva and Deuce's POV. After what happened with Frankie, the guy who singlehandedly ruined a dozen people's lives, both of them are still struggling to go back to the way things were before Frankie. I loved the fact that Eva & Deuce still had a big part in this story and that they eventually get the HEA they both deserve so much. This book continues after Undeniable, and going back to where Danny and Ripper’s story starts. As an eighteen year old girl, Danny feels lonely and miserable after everything that happened with her family. Her mother left her at an early age and her father Deuce, although he loves her and would do anything to protect his children, isn't exactly a role model kind of dad which pretty much left her and her brother Cage to grow up by themselves. All these events have made her into a strong, mature young woman, but at the same time she's also struggling to find out what to do with her life. On her prom night, Ripper was sent to pick her up from the dance, but on their way home, they make a stop at a lake, because Danny doesn't want to go home yet and one thing leads to another...
Ripper is a man with a broken past. After crazy Frankie got his hands on him, he's ruined on the outside. He has so many scars on the outside, and it feels like his ruined on the outside too. Other than the Club, his life doesn't seem to have much meaning. Danny finally makes him see that although he's all scarred up on the outside; those scars don't make him any less beautiful. She makes him feel alive and determined to truly start living again after feeling miserable and rather wishing he were dead for a very long time. He realizes he loved Danny, but their love is unconventional. They're not "supposed to" be together. Ripper is fourteen years older than Danny and a member of her father's motorcycle club and both of them know Deuce will never allow them to be together... They have to sneak around and when things start to get out of hand, their affair becomes messy. The story basically spirals out of control from that point on...
This is a story of love and life in a world of violence, sex, and death with its own rules. These are characters that you know you should hate, but just can't help but love. These aggressive, trigger-happy, rebellious, can't-keep-their-dick-in-their-pants, foul mouthed, badass bikers, who work their way straight into your heart. Enjoy this unconventional and sizzling HOT love story which will hook you!
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Danny and Ripper's story has no flowers and chocolates in it. It is Raw, Passionate with all life's wickedness thrown in but with undeniable Soul driven Love - the kind of love that lasts for eternity.....
Undeniable is my top book ever but Unbeautifully is a very close second. Madeline's style of writing is one I have never seen before. It's provocative and abrasive yet sexy. She doesn't hold back, and for me, it doesn't get much better than that. She says it like it is which is why I think I love her books. What was so great about this book is that all the characters from the past are present. I love when that happens, and not just making a cameo either. They have full on parts. Deuce fans can relax! He has a huge part in this book. We get to see more of Deuce and Eva's story, which was extremely emotional to read. We visit with previous fellow bikers from book 1 and meet a few new ones to. I can't wait for Cage's story next........ It will be a definite must listen to immediately for me :)
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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I would recommend this to certain friends, as the book contains quite graphic acts of sex and violence that are not to everyone's taste.
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This book must not be read by anyone faint of heart. It's hardcore and is MC genre to the extreme. Some scenes are quite disturbing.