• Untouchable: Linc & Raven #2

  • A Stepbrother Novella
  • By: Danielle Jamie
  • Narrated by: Zachary Liebenstein
  • Length: 4 hrs and 15 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (109 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Recommended for ages 18+ due to adult content and language.

If you loved Forbidden, you're going to love Untouchable, this follow-up novella....

Untouchable.

That's what Raven was, and what she should've stayed.

Instead, I made a catastrophic mistake. I jumped into bed with my now future stepsister. To make matters worse, I discovered that she slept with me solely because of a bet.

I should hate her. Part of me does. But another part of me wants her more than I've wanted anyone - ever.

Now she's back in town. Everything I feel - anger, lust, desire - is all coming to the surface at full force.

I keep telling myself she's untouchable. But that's easier said than done when I have the devil on my shoulder telling me to forget about everything and everyone, and take what I want.

I'm the sex god of San Francisco. I get who I want...whenever I want them...no matter the consequences.

©2015 Danielle Wright (P)2015 Danielle Wright

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  • DK
  • 01-26-16

Read In Order For Possible 'Better' Experience




One of the more difficult things to do as a reviewer is to *agree to listen to a book (in exchange for a review) that is in the middle of the trilogy or series. This is the case with Unforgettable (part two)

Danielle Jamie does not give too much background as to what occurred in book one to let the reader know about the main characters in the circumstances. However, I was able to deduce that Lincoln & Raven have been attracted to one another. The only thing that is stopping them from pursuing a relationship romantic relationship is the fact that they're divorced parents are marrying one another which will make them step brother and stepsister.

Nevertheless, as the wedding day approaches they find a moment or two to steal away and talk about their non-– relationship. They lament that they will not be able to see one another excepted holiday family get-togethers because if anyone knows about them, they will automatically think that they are backwards, trash (one of the characters words, not mine) looking incestuous, even though they are not related by blood.

As I mentioned this is part of a series or trilogy, so there are a few minor but two very big cliffhangers at the end of this book.

*I was given a copy of this book in exchange for my thoughts, opinions & this review. While I am curious about one major role of revelation (okay, I expect it will become a major revelation.) I don't think that I will continue with the series. However, as I consider it longer – I may add them to my wish list.

The performance: It is very difficult for me to be a critic of a narrator's performance because I know how much work goes into this process. It is not a one time, read through the story and you're done situation. Hours and hours can go in and only a 10 minute section is pleasing to everyone's taste.

That being said, early on I knew Zachary Liebenstein was in trouble because he would say chest (like chess with an a), as in a "chaste" kiss. ZL was also very robotic in the performance. There wasn't much variance in the characters and that made it difficult for me to keep up. Perhaps, I am mistaken but very sadly I have to give the performance 2.5 stars.

Notes: Abit of strong language, and mature themes

Stars: Overall 3.5, Performance 2.5 and Story 3
Perhaps I could've given it a higher rating if I had read the first book 1st so that I knew what was going on.


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Great story for any time👍🏼

"This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast."

The narrator is amazing! You feel the angst and every word is a roller coaster of emotions. Story made laugh, smile and jumpy with anticipation at every turn. Juicy too. Hooked <3 gotta check out for narrator and more from writer.

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want more

"This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast."

i really liked this book but wish there was more.

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wonderful job

I love this series so much so. Linc and raven are so amazing. I can't wait to read more of this series.

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Great

This was a great continue to Raven and Linc's story. Danielle Jamie did a great job on Untouchable, the story had a great plot. It was filled with many emotions. Linc and Raven have been through a lot but no matter what they are going through, these two were made for each other, even though it's forbidden and untouchable.
Looking forward to listening to book 3.
Zachary Liebenstein did a great job on narrating this story. I enjoyed it.
Thank you :)

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Wow a must set of reads

Loved this book. Can’t wait to see what happens next. I bouncing off the wall to see where this goes. I need to know now. You are going to love these two characters.
I was given this book for my honest review.

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wow!!!

raven and linc danielle you had me through the entire book I cant wait to read book 3

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Narration was cringe-worthy too many times

This was the first audio book that I've heard with this narrator. And it will be the last. The way he enunciated sentences was choppy and weird that it was distracting to the story. And the mispronunciation of common words seems sloppy by the narrator and sound editor? It's terrible to hear vineyard spoken as "vine" + "yard", or chaste pronounced to rhyme with cast?!

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This narrator has got to GOOOOO

The story itself is good but the narrator for this book is horrible. Thankfully the 3rd book in this series has a different narrator or I don't know if I could have made it through the series. I read this book through the romance package so I was okay with listening to it but I would have been upset if I used a credit for this book.

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Horrible narrator

To be fair, the storyline would have been passable if this audiobook was performed by a better narrator. This guy’s performance was rough and Ilasted

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  • tenisha
  • 06-16-19

Okay Listen

Linc and Raven still can't stay away from each other and hook up at their parents wedding. They decide to date and think that their parents don't know. This story is drama filled and Linc and Raven still don't talk about what is important.

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  • 05-27-19

Better and Better

This book was better than the first. It picks up with Linc and Raven 3 months after the first book and they are reunited when their parents get married. This book is from Lincs POV and I preferred it to Ravens in the first book. I really want to see what happens to this couple in the third book after all the obstacles that have been placed in their way. This narrator was better than the female one on the first book but was still not my favorite. Can't wait for the third book to see how this love story ends

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