(Un)breakable follows Caitlyn's best friend Lorin. This book takes place after the events in The Real Score and has Lorin torn between two guys - the rugby player Spence, and the Gezellig member Nigel. Now, this isn't a normal love triangle - Spence and Lorin (who have been dating for two years) are in an "open" relationship. Quotations because Lorin thought it was open and Spence didn't think so. Add Nigel, who's determined to win Lorin over, and you have a mess of relationships.
To be honest, Lorin was not the most endearing character. But as the book went on, I realised how much she had been hurt in the past, which resulted in how she was today. I thought that her character was developed much further in this book, and it was good to see another side to the supportive best friend role she played in The Real Score.
And not to give any spoilers, but the romance was so well-written! Normally, I'm not a fan of love-triangles, but I must say, the way that this one was resolved was done really well. I enjoyed reading it, and since I didn't favour Spence or Nigel, I didn't have a problem with who Lorin ended up.
The only complaint I have about this book is that it was so focused on Lorin and her love triangles (which, admittedly, needed the space) that it barely talked about Caitlyn and Marcus. My favourite couple! And trust me, a lot of things happened, and the biggest twist in the book for me involved Caitlyn and Marcus. It made me really eager to read the third book in the series, if only to reassure myself that these two will have a happy ending.
Disclaimer: I got a free copy of this book as part of the Oops! I read a book again blog tours in exchange for a free and honest review.
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