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Let’s talk about Untouchable by Sam Mariano, a heart-wrenching love story that proves attraction at first sight can be messy.
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Author: Sam Mariano
Genre: Dark Romance
The bully isn’t supposed to win… Senior year was rough: lube in my locker, panties on my front porch, unimaginative name-calling. See, I got a player suspended from the football team for harassing me, and in my small Texas town, you don’t mess with the football players—even if they mess with you first. I didn’t care if it was an unpopular thing to do; I stood up for myself… and, in doing so, opened Pandora’s Box. I never dreamed I would attract the attention of locally worshipped star quarterback Carter Mahoney. I never imagined his coveted attention would be such a nightmare. Beneath his carefully constructed façade lurks a monster, a predator looking for the perfect prey to play with. Since I’m the girl no one likes or believes, I guess I’m the perfect target for his dark games and twisted desires. After surviving my first encounter with his casual depravity, I only want Carter to leave me alone. But all he seems to want is me.
WARNING: This book is provocative. It is categorized as DARK ROMANCE for a reason. If you are a reader with certain triggers or sensitivities common to the dark romance genre, PLEASE heed the author’s note at the beginning of this book.
Untouchable by Sam Mariano is a dark, twisted romance. The book contains a content warning. The book’s first few chapters were off for me because of how dark and twisted it was. I dropped the book but picked it up again because I wanted to know what would happen to them.
The POV was from Zoey until the end. I liked reading it because it was also from a first-person point of view. Zoey and Carter were the main characters. At first, you won’t like the characters. Some of them were messed up. I can’t understand why Zoey liked Carter in the book’s first half. On the other hand, I admire Zoey for fighting for herself.
I won’t and can’t recommend this book, not because I don’t like it but because the content is not for everyone, especially if you’re not into dark romance.
I give Untouchable by Sam Mariano 3 out of 5 stars.
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