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Maise O’Malley just turned eighteen but she’s felt like a grown up her entire life The summer before senior year she has plans get into a great film school convince her mom to go into rehab and absolutely do not under any circumstances screw up her own futureBut life has a way of throwing her plans into free fallWhen Maise meets Evan at a carnival one night their chemistry is immediate intense and short lived Which is exactly how she likes it no strings But afterward she can’t get Evan out of her head He’s taught her that a hookup can be something It can be an unexpected connection with someone who truly understands her Someone who sees beyond her bravado to the scared but strong girl insideThat someone turns out to be her new film class teacher Mr Evan WilkeMaise and Evan resolve to keep their hands off each other but the attraction is too much to bear Together they’re real and genuine apart they’re just actors playing their parts for everyone else And their masks are slipping People start to notice Rumors fly When the truth comes to light in a shocking way they may learn they were just playing parts for each other tooSmart sexy and provocative Unteachable is about what happens when a love story goes off script


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    032014 Looky at the beautiful new cover I love that they kept all the vibrant colours of the original because they really captured the intoxicating feel of the novel Also every time I think of this book I can't believe I didn't give it 5 stars so I'm upping my rating I am conducting what I'm shelving as a New Adult NA Experiment I'm going to work my way through some of the popular New Adult books and see if I can weed out the crap and hopefully find some surprising gems Here's hopingI've had several comments on my reviews of the NA experiment books asking why I insist on putting myself through all this torture The simple answer to find books like this one Unteachable isn't a perfect book It sits comfortably within the contemporary romance genre that we've come to expect from New Adult and plot wise it cannot be considered groundbreaking But the writing the mood and the characters made this a book I couldn't put down You want to get some idea what this book is like? Look at that cover Look at the explosion of bright colours winding off into a neon portrait of a young woman That might give you some idea A gif to represent this book? Here you goBut really what is Unteachable? I'll tell you It's a lyrical intoxicating novel that creates an atmosphere of such feverish intensity you feel a little high a little out of control just by reading it I fell into this story and got lost amongst the lights of the carnival the smell of beer and sweat and the MC's apprehension I felt the pull of this story from the very beginning when Maise takes a ride on that fateful rollercoaster at the carnival and her life starts to change forever Because this book is a romance and the romantic aspect is the foundation of the story but it's also about something else I suppose it is really a coming of age tale Of being a young woman balanced between childhood and the scary world of adults It asks what it means to grow up And if any of us ever really doMaise O'Malley is the star of this show and I loved her instantly I didn't expect her to be so funny She's wickedly sarcastic she's shamelessly rebellious she's not afraid of being than a little crude at times But of course she's so much than all of that too Maise is a fascinating combination ofAnd a bitter sad fragility She feels real that any of the NA protagonists I've met with recently there's something genuine about the way she boxes her troubles up and locks them away behind doors with sexy devil may care smiles I feel like there's something known about pain here All these NA novels I've read about girls with issues girls running from dark pasts girls who were abused and none of them seem to capture that darkness that melancholy of being fucked up for a very long time There's something sadder about the way Maise brushes it off with a shrug and a joke about Freud it affected me than the melodrama of other novels I don't know the author's story but she certainly writes with a convincing flair that suggests some level of firsthand experience with the thoughts and emotions swirling away behind Maise's closed doors I love it when an author writes something a thought or a feeling that you never realised was exactly how you felt at a certain time or in a certain situation until it was laid out before you in a book Inexplicable sensations are suddenly explained and it's hard not to smile or laugh or cry along with the charactersRaeder's writing was for me perfect Atmospheric pretty without quite hitting the purple end of the scale just beautiful Like this I biked up to the water tower on the hill overlooking the prairie Climbed the rust eaten struts up to a crow's nest some stoners had hammered together out of Mississippi driftwood It wasn't as hot tonight and a restless wind raked through the grass smelling of loam and barley From here the carnival lights looked like fireflies swirling madly in place trapped under an invisible jar Just like me I especially love the use of past tense in this book the way Maise tells the story from a present the reader is far away from reaching She keeps talking about how I didn't know back then and I wonder what would have been different had I made another choice that day and I actually loved it The hindsight makes the whole thing seem somehow tragically inevitable It works You know certain things are coming and rather than dampen the tension it heightens it an incredible amount I was sat there with a pounding heart knowing what was coming and sometimes wanting to hide behind my hands and not watch what I knew would happen This combined with the film metaphors woven throughout made for a stunning exciting novel Images and words flash past too fast to parse like the cliche dying moment in film when life flashes before someone's eyes Except that isn't what happens when you die it's what happens when you live It all flashes past You barely have time to feel it before it's gone Now for the relationship Teacher and student All kinds of wrong All kinds of room for a really hot mess But I think this relationship is used well here not just to feed the reader's forbidden fantasies For one it's legal phew and they hooked up before the awkward classroom encounter and she had lied about her age For another he is so adorable I do not have words I've got used to expecting a certain type of love interest from these NA novels Arrogant self obsessed controlling annoying Evan is none of those things He is sweet kind considerate he puts her first which adds up to than letting her come first and he still manages to be totally sexy His character development extends beyond his looks he has faults and he has his own past that isn't so peachy I think if I could write an ideal NA male love interest it would be exactly like him I find it amazing that the NA relationship that is technically most inappropriate is the one that has felt most real and honest to meAnd because I liked Maise and I liked Evan I loved them both together And that made the sex scenes really hot Just sayin'Now to get a couple of negatives out of the way The most notable blemish to this novel's perfection occurs around the middle where there is a slow chunk made up of nothing but sex I know I know I'm such a spoilsport But there were one or two sex scenes too many if you ask me Your sex shouldn't get tedious and there was a point somewhere between orgasms when I was hoping it would just move along a bit Don't worry though it picks up again My other issue was with the handling of Hiyam's character I would have liked her to have been well rounded rather than just a mindless villain used as a tool to threaten the novel's harmony I also wish Maise had used a different term to describe insecure teenage girls than bulimic it didn't sit well with me and seemed to trivialize a serious illness I understand it was Maise's skewed view of them but I 'd just rather it wasn't in thereNow let's get back to the good I haven't mentioned the cast of secondary characters that I feel were extremely well developed for a romance novel Wesley Siobhan and I personally think Maise's mum deserves a novel of her own because we barely scratched the surface with her She is one of the worst mothers ever but I'd love to get her story The strength of all of them I felt was in the witty dialogue zipping back and forth You could almost take out everything but the dialogue and it would still be a four star novel I recall what I said in my recent review of Hopeless about how I wished the author had the guts to write a typically unlikeable slutty protagonist and make us love her I got that here I also got the closest thing to a feminist I'm probably ever going to find in these NA books I imagined myself and Maise as partners in crime when I read this I looked at my desk Someone had carved RIHANNA SLUT I thought about adding CHRIS BROWN DOMESTIC ABUSER but Mr Wilke probably would've caught me before I finished I really did like this book A LOT A lot than I thought I was going to It does the one thing I really wanted the NA genre to do from the start capture that feeling of loneliness and desperation that occurs when you have no idea where you're going next or who you're going to be when it comes time to grow up It's about how teens grow up and it's about how sometimes adults never did I don't even care that the ending had than a touch of cheese I was ready for it I was like an empty toasted sandwich waiting to be cheesed Don't judge me I will likely never again have chance to use that sentenceOne last quote Emily? Well if you insist That's all life is Breathing in breathing out The space between two breaths