Saturday, May 11, 2019

Unattainable by Jamie Schlosser

Title: Unattainable
Series: Night Time Television
Author: Jamie Schlosser
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Release Date: May 9, 2019

The last person I expected to see on this tropical island is my ex. Although, since I never actually broke up with her, isn’t she technically still my girlfriend?
Yeah, I’ve got some explaining to do. And groveling. Probably some begging, too. Good thing we’re stuck at this resort together for the next three weeks. 
Corrine Harper is the only girl I’ve ever wanted, and I won’t let her slip through my fingers again. They call me Aiden the unattainable. Consider me attained. 

REVIEW by Kelly:

Memories of the past come racing back the moment their eyes meet once again. Once upon a time they were high school sweethearts, a brand new and innocent love just beginning to grow. Then the unthinkable happened. Devastated and destroyed he turned into himself and ran away from it all instead of clinging to that new love.

Corrie was devastated. She knew what they had was special, something that could last forever. She tried, but she could never reach him. Then she gave up. Anger and resentment dwell inside. She thought she could survive this, that she had built the wall up high enough but one glance of Aiden and those sturdy walls start to crack. She’s always loved him and if she’s honest, she always will. It hurts but she’s going to try and survive this trip with her heart in one piece.

Three years have passed and they’re on the same island at the same time. It’s obvious the sparks haven’t fizzled out but Aiden has his work cut out for him. Apologies, groveling and some pretty deep conversations need to happen. He’s always wanted her. She’s always been the one. He’s waited for her and he’s not going to stop until she’s in his arms again.

A great story and addition to the Night Time Television Series. Jamie takes us away for awhile where we get to experience those butterflies and sparks that come with innocence and new love. A little drama, a bit of heat and a few laughs thrown in makes this a fun story to dive into.

“Laugh out loud funny moments, sweet, heart-wrenching words, and some drama to keep things interesting, this is a 5 star summer read!” - Author Melanie Moreland
“This book was a perfect little mix of everything. Real life problems, love, steamy times, and finding your own way in this world.” - Cranky - The Book Curmudgeon

“Why are you so hellbent on denying that we kissed?” he interrupted heatedly, splashing water to the side.
Some of the droplets sprayed my neck and chin, and I let out a gasp of outrage.
“Because!” It was my turn to slap the water, making sure some of it hit Aiden’s chest.
“Because why?” He splashed me again. Definitely on purpose this time. “Our lips touched. That’s a real kiss.”
Shoving my hands forward with all the force I could muster, I caused a wave to arc straight to Aiden’s face. I had to bite the inside of my cheek to hold in my smile when he sputtered and scrubbed his eyes.
“It was my first kiss,” I said, once he could see me again.
“Mine, too.”
I wanted to scream that it was my only kiss, but that would’ve been giving him too much power. “It’s the one that’s supposed to be important and magical. The one that’s supposed to be longer than a millisecond. It’s not your fault that it didn’t last longer, but I feel cheated—”
Without warning, Aiden lunged forward. For a second, I thought he was starting the splash war again, but instead of water, I was assaulted by a slab of hard muscle.
Backing me against the wall, he smashed his lips to mine.
Surprised, I gasped as a lifetime of pent-up passion overflowed in the form of a hard press of his mouth.
Now this… this was a kiss.



Jamie Schlosser grew up on a farm in Illinois surrounded by cornfields. Although she no longer lives in the country, her dream is to return to rural living someday. As a stay-at-home mom, she spends most of her days running back and forth between her two wonderful kids and her laptop. She loves her family, iced coffee, and happily-ever-afters.


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