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One-hundred-seventy some odd days left in my senior year, and everything has changed. I went from untouchable to dating my best friends to making out to being betrayed. Why can’t they understand humiliating and controlling me doesn’t say I care?

Could this get any worse?

We’ve all crossed lines. Broken the rules.

Ian had asked me to Homecoming.

Jake spent the night in my bed.

Coop and I had made out on the sofa.

But Archie? Archie and I had blown past all of them.

Now?

I had to get out of here more than ever. Change was inevitable. College was coming. That was where my focus needed to be. Not on the four guys I adored. Our friendship was everything, and there wasn’t enough chocolate in the world to salvage this situation.

Losing them for a few months hurt.

Losing them forever might be inevitable, but it would be unbearable.

*Please note this is a reverse harem and the author suggests you always listen to the forward in her books. Contains some bullying elements, mature situations, and is recommended for 17+. This is the second in a series and the story will continue through future books.

©2020 Heather Long (P)2020 Heather Long

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Oh My Poor Heart

Wow!!! Just wow!! What the kids experience in such a short period of time is nuts!!!! Frankie is having so many changes so quickly. I don’t know how she’s doing it. Ian made me cry and cry, but I’m betting he will fix it. Off to the next book. I’ve gotta know what’s happening.

Narrators…awesome!!!!!

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Love this series

The second book did not disappoint! I love this series and I'm super excited with how many books there are.

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Won’t be finishing the series

Narration: both male and female did a good job.

Story: this is the 2nd book in the series and I’m so annoyed with the female lead I can’t stand to finish the book or series. Which is VERY telling because I have to know how things resolve in all books. Female lead keeps making the same stupid choice over and over again by NOT talking. It’s incredibly obnoxious and while I get it adds to the storyline catalyst … it grates too much on the nerves.

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I don’t like the noises and added stuff to it. It doesn’t always makes sense and sounds like it’s delayed.

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Changes and Chocolates

I'm completely invested in Frankie's story. Heather Long really knows how to write a well balanced high school romance where I can enjoy the pace and the topics that come up.

As if juggling a friendship/relationship with all her boys isn't enough, Frankie has to deal with her mother and a bunch of bullies both of whom are getting increasingly worse as the plot progresses. Seeing how the boys back her up, as well as Rachel is amazing.

What stands out to me is the realistic pace of the story. It progresses slowly in a way, but allows us to dive so much deeper in the dynamics between these characters.

I can't wait to dive in the next book.

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Changes

Book 2 is all about changes especially inn the relationship between Frankie and her guys Ian, Archie, Coop, and Jake. The changing relationship with her horrible mother. Can I say Frankie's mother is the literal worse she deserves nothing but pain that I hope is coming her way during the rest of the series. Can't wait to see what book 3 has in store.

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Love this!

Frankie and the guys are hit with one thing after the other. They want to protect her but don't know who the threats are coming from. Her mom is having an affair, jealous girls are making school unbearable and how is she going to date her best friends without tearing them all apart? Love this second installment of the Untouchable series. Can't wait for the next one!

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Good continuation of the story

I really loved the first book. I feel like this second book was also good, but maybe a little slow? To be honest, I was shocked when the book ended. I thought “What? Enough hasn’t happened yet.” I would’ve loved if the story progressed more during this book.

I’m still in love with the series and characters. And am 100% buying the 3rd book. I’m really looking forward to it and am hopeful the story picks up it’s pace a bit more.

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Just Keeps Getting Better!

This book rolls in hard and fast, and was everything I hoped for and more! Sweet, angsty, dramatic, and smooth as can be! Speaking of smooth - could these narrators be any better?! They're the best combo, I swear and they bring the guys and Frankie to life!

Ohh Frankie.

I loved getting to see more of Frankie's vulnerability without her turning into a withering damsel or a victim. And the boys were so sweet, and fleshed out as so much more than just tropes.

I'm still on the edge of my seat wondering who is behind things, and what will happen in the coming weeks for Frankie and her friends

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  • Hannah S
  • 10-05-21

Buy on AUDIBLE - Dual narration is AWESOME!

Bought on Audible, and the dual narration (man - Grayson Owens - does all the males voices and lady - Marnye Young - does all the female) was just AWESOME. I was totally hooked, and invested from half hour in, and happily ignored real life to carry on listening :)

I genuinely loved it so much I went and bought all the the rest of the series (well all on audible, two are yet to be audio books), and have spent this week listening through them all - who needs sleep!

I like the gentle growth of each character, the very realistic caution and confusion over their situation and relationship.

It is a hugely developed world and journey considering how very short the amount of time the book actually covers. I'm on book 7 right now and they are still in the current year at High School (only negative, the age... wish they were older!).

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  • Frani
  • 02-25-21

swoon worthy

I absolutely love Marnye and Grayson narrating they really bring Heather's characters to life and do such an amazing job with frankie and the guys i cannot wait for the rest of the series to become available ❤