Undeniable

Undeniable

Cherie M. Hudson / Jul 22, 2019

Undeniable Sit still for a moment Close your eyes Listen Just listen What do you hear When I do that I hear fuzz Okay not really fuzz but it s hard to explain what I hear Put your hands over your ears Hear th

  • Title: Undeniable
  • Author: Cherie M. Hudson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 460
  • Format: ebook
  • Sit still for a moment Close your eyes Listen Just listen What do you hear When I do that, I hear fuzz Okay, not really fuzz, but it s hard to explain what I hear Put your hands over your ears Hear that That s kind of like what I hear, but not really I feel sound Does that make sense Being deaf in one ear and partially deaf in the other sucks People thinSit still for a moment Close your eyes Listen Just listen What do you hear When I do that, I hear fuzz Okay, not really fuzz, but it s hard to explain what I hear Put your hands over your ears Hear that That s kind of like what I hear, but not really I feel sound Does that make sense Being deaf in one ear and partially deaf in the other sucks People think I m dumb I m not dumb I just can t hear you I ve worked out however, people thinking you re dumb actually works to your advantage When people think you re dumb, they don t expect anything from you And when they don t expect anything from you, you don t have to engage with them I m okay with that.So why the hell is my sister s boyfriend s cousin, an annoying Australian named Caden, so adamant he wants to talk to me I can t work out if he s laughing at me, or if he can see what I can see the world is worth laughing at What kind of name is Caden any way I also can t work out why, for the first time ever, I wish I could truly hear the way normal people do Surely it has nothing to do with the fact I wonder what his heart would sound like beating in his chest if I lay my head on it I can t work it out and I don t like it.Damn it.

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      • Cherie M. Hudson

        Cherie M Hudson is happily married to the man of her dreams, is a busy mum of two little girls one nine going on sixteen, the other five going on twenty , a proud cat owner although she suspect the cat thinks she owns her and an insanely manic writer She has written over forty erotic romances under the pen name Lexxie Couper Along time ago she gave up trying to suppress the stories in her head constantly trying to escape and has been blissfully happy since.


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    1. (Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Momentum Books and NetGalley.)This was an NA contemporary romance featuring a girl who had hearing difficulties.Chase and Caden were both okay characters, although I think I liked Caden most. Chase was a little prickly at times, and seemed to like to a bit of drama, while Caden was a bit more laid back.The storyline in this was okay, although I had a hard time with the way the book was written as if the [...]


    2. I received a copy of this book from NetGalley for an honest review.Beginning this book, I thought that the plot would be interesting and a new concept. After reading the first couple pages, I could already tell that this book might not have been what I thought. - It was a insta-love, and if you want me to be more exact, it was love before the book even began and had me wondering if this book was the sequel and I had missed something important- The writing made me question the authenticity of the [...]


    3. Undeniable is the second book of Cherie M. Hudson that landed on my kindle and it is the third book of the Always series. I am acknowledging the fact that I have yet to read the first of that series too.There are very serious tones in this novel the author has still managed to bring a light tone into the plotline. Basically this is due to this really gorgeous aussie guy that will steal your heart in a second.While due to the serious nature of his humor some things are not as funny as they should [...]


    4. 1.5 STARSI received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.It pains me to not have liked this more, but that's life. You win some you lose some. I really disliked this book. There weren't any parts that really kept me reading. I mostly kept reading in hopes something would change. Which didn't happen. I liked the side characters, Chase's mother, Tanner, Amanda, and Brendon, but thoroughly dislike both of the main characters, which is never a good thing. The writing wasn't my f [...]


    5. Kitty's review posted at Guilty Pleasures Book ReviewsUndeniable was a wonderful, heartfelt story that ran the gamut from fun to frustrating and hate to love. Caden and Chastity were unbelievable together the chemistry between them actually oozed off the pages. Cherie M. Hudson, again stole my heart with another wonderful man from down-under.Sock puppets and puppies you can’t help but fall in love with a man that adores both of these. Yes, sock puppets are probably Caden’s way of dealing wit [...]


    6. This is the kinda story that I normally really like but half way through it just didn't carry on the same pace. The story had a great plot but something didn't fit right for me.A sweet romance though but with something lacking to make it great


    7. I’m not sure why but romance books featuring hearing or sight impaired leading characters fascinates me. I think it is largely due to the respect I have for the strength/perseverance it must take to deal with the hectic, at times unforgiving world in which we live. But even more so because such tales often contain couples who view/experience life and love on a very deep, intense level.Undeniable leaped out at me for these very reasons and tempted me to give it a chance. The author certainly di [...]


    8. celebrityreaders.wordpress3.5 stars -- I received a free copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest and unbiased review/opinion.Hmmmmwell, this book had its good moments, but overall I was underwhelmed. I have read the first book in this series, but haven't read the 2nd one yet. After reading this 3rd book, I will say that I bet you would get a lot more out of this book if you had read the 2nd one though. It appears that we meet our 2 MCs in the 2nd book and they interact enough in that bo [...]


    9. It may be winter here in the Land Downunder, but it's summer in the northern hemisphere and if you're looking for a book to lounge around in the sun reading, then be sure to pick this one up!!!Although I spent a cold and rainy day curled up on my couch reading this book, it's the kind of book you can pick up and read no matter where in the world you are and I may be a little biased since it is written by one of my fave Aussie author's alter-ego, I still loved every single moment of it.The story [...]


    10. I received this free eARC novel from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Chase has had hearing problems her whole life. She has has 22 years to accept it and move on, because otherwise she would be suffering for no reason. No, Chase has learned to live with her crappy hearing and makes sure that everyone around her understands that she is not disabled - she just works a lot harder to have a conversation sometimes. After an intense first semester as an art major, Chase decided that academ [...]


    11. "5 out of 5 stars! Yes, Caden loves his cousin like a brother and would do anything he can for his cousin’s family (and has on more than one occasion) but that isn’t the real/only reason he travels whenever he could to San Diego, California during his time off from his university in Australia. The real reason is because of his cousin’s sarcastic, snarky, big hearted sister-in-law Chase (Chastity). He has been in love with her from just about the beginning of their “relationship” and no [...]


    12. The first few pages can make or break a book. In regards to Undeniable, the first few pages were very good. I loved the personality that shown threw. I loved the diversity of Chase and Caden. I was loving all of it, but unfortunately that's about as good as it gets; the first few pages. Those words now seem like a manipulative tool, used to making you think the book is going to be really good--when in reality, it's not that great at all. First, I have worked with deaf people for a long time. I k [...]


    13. Chase is the main protagonist. She always has a reputation for suspecting people, she also has trust issues she feels other people may have bad intentions that if they come to know she is deaf, she is afraid they may treat her differently. On one hand, I want to praise the author for producing this exciting novel with a bold character like Chase and Caden, on other hand I am displeased with all her exaggeration and some lies.How can I explain, the female lead lies that she has never had sex. But [...]


    14. I really liked this book. I've only read one other book involving a deaf/hard of hearing person so it was interesting subject matter.Chase was a very angry, bitter, self-deprecating person. Normally those are traits that bother me a lot, but in this instance I felt like it was handled well. I can understand why she felt that way given how her father always talked and treated her. Anyone who is told they are defective by a parent is going to start believing it. Then add in the fact that she was d [...]


    15. So far this series of love against the odds has done an excellent job of ripping out my heart, stamping on it a few times and sticking it back together a size or two bigger. Telling tales of young Aussies finding unexpected love with young Americans, it’s given things a firm twist and produced some gorgeous love stories, so I was really excited to read this one. Not least because Caden proved himself to be all kinds of wonderful and heroic in the last book (Unforgettable), while Chase was just [...]


    16. ** I received an ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review **Undeniable was my introduction to Cherie M. Hudson. It is the third book in a series but can be read as a standalone. It’s NA with alternating first person POV. I have nothing against books written in the first person, but when there are multiple perspectives I often get confused since the characters don’t always have distinct voices. In this case the lead characters had (to me) similar and (to me) unisex names so that di [...]


    17. So would you choose the cookie or the apple?That's the choice Chase is facing. But I think to fully understand her in this story, you really need to read the previous book in this series. Chase is just a complicated character, so I think it best to get a full understanding of her. Beneath all her bluster she is very insecure and in desperate need for affection. This is a direct result of her lackluster relationship with her father. He may love her, but he has this inability to express it in a he [...]


    18. Ahhhhhh, this series makes my heart so happy.I mean, come on. All of these books have been amazing, and cute, and so sweet I can feel myself getting cavities. This author has a way of making her characters come to life, of making me wish for a happy ending for all of them.This whole series is great. I do recommend reading the previous book, so that you can understand the background for this installment.I think that may have been one of my favorite parts. These two characters have known each othe [...]


    19. I got this book from net gallery for an honest review.The narrative for this book was intriguing yet different. Chase, suffers from full deafness in one ear and has partial hearing in the other. She's stubborn, feisty, independent but has daddy issues. She has a relationship with her uni professor, but he breaks her heart because of her disability. She knows her brother in law's cousin likes her but she refuses to go out with him, because she genuinely believes her disability will hinder her cha [...]


    20. I enjoyed this book. I see that there are a lot who did not. I loved the characters. Excellent read. I want to find the rest of the series and begin again! Sit still for a moment. Close your eyes. Listen. Just listen. What do you hear? When I do that, I hear fuzz. Okay, not really fuzz, but it's hard to explain what I hear. Put your hands over your ears. Hear that? That's kind of like what I hear, but not really I feel sound. Does that make sense? Being deaf in one ear and partially deaf in the [...]


    21. Caden, a good humoured Aussie Vetinerinarian student immediately felt drawn to Chase the moment he met her. Chase, a sometimes prickly, fiercely independent, hearing impaired young American also had strong feelings for Caden from the time they met. The big difference being that Chase was determined to deny those feelings. She has just come out of an unhealthy relationship with her art history professor and has sworn off love. Or to be more precise is pretty keen not to repeat the experience of h [...]


    22. Readers will smile in awe and laugh out loud, even while taking in the sad truth of what it's like to be considered as a "defect", and cry as they perceive the difference between wanting love and being in love in Cherie M. Hudson's Young Adult Romance Undeniable. I loved the hero Caden, he is definitely a strong character. He was so sure of what he wanted and made that very clear. He was sweet and loving as well as protective; and I liked that he was willing to put himself out there emotionally. [...]


    23. I have loved the characters of this book. They are realistic, they are strong, and they are capable of evoking a wide variety of emotions in the reader. From admiration and sympathy, to anger and outrage or even disgust. Caden's passion and need of protection towards animals is just adorable and Charlie's courageousness is the perfect quality for a young, beautiful and sincere protagonist that vindicates her right to be treated equally. Professor Douchebag turns out to be a real villain. In fact [...]


    24. -I received a copy of this book from NetGalley.-I had a little trouble to get into this love story since you have the feeling it all started before (in an earlier book, which i unfortunately didn't read) and you are thrown in the way of the protagonists, when all is nearly already said and done. You meet Chase, fierce, witty and deaf or defective, like she would describe it. Originally, this was one thing which drew me in, a deaf protagonist, but i have to say it was irritating to see Chase on t [...]


    25. I loved Unforgettable: Always 2 and I was so excited for Chase and Caden's book. I LOVED THEM!Chase is deaf in one ear, and partially deaf in the other. She's a girl that was treated differently because of it. People made her feel defective. Caden isn't one of them. He took a plane from Australia and the first thing he did when he saw her was sign because after being around her for a few times prior, he felt something and he knows she felt it too. *sigh* If a man learned sign language for me, yo [...]


    26. Received this book for review from netgally and the publisher in exchange for an honest review this has in no way affected my opinion This was an NA contemporary romance featuring a girl who had hearing difficulties. And the third book in a series I haven't read the first two books in this series however I wasn't confused when reading this and I will go back and read the first two books as I enjoyed this one. Chase and Caden were both okay characters, although I think I liked Caden most. Chase w [...]


    27. I received a copy of this book from NetGalley for an honest review.I give this 3 1/2 stars.This story is the 3rd book in a series of different characters, I have not read the first two books but I did not feel like I needed to after finishing Undeniable (Always #3) This story is about Chase the younger sister who partially deaf, but has been made to feel, by her father that she is a screw up which in turn makes her screw up, or should I say looks like she screws up. It's hard to say which comes [...]


    28. This story just wasn't for me. It was insta-love. I wanted to love Chase, but she was just really hard to like. And Caden was just, ugh, so over the top perfect. I like characters with a few flaws. But the real problem is that the story just didn't go anywhere. The plot was stagnant. I didn't realize until halfway through that this was the third book in a series, and I feel like I really missed out by not reading the previous books. That's probably my fault, but I'd suggest noting that somehow i [...]


    29. This is Chase & Caden's story and I loved it just as much as the first two couples. Chase was born with a deaf ear and partial defective hearing in her other. She was always treated differently, fragile, but because of her hearing issues, she also had a bad relationship with her father.Caden is finishing school to be a vet and came in to visit his cousin in America but really he was coming to visit the one he always had his eyes on and was falling harder each time he seen her. Will Caden be [...]


    30. Well the story is biased on a girl that is half deaf she can hear little bit She's been sleeping with her ex Professor (who's a jerk) he don't want to take her anywhere just sex Then there is the Ausie guy who she has feelings for but won't acknowledge it He likes her too but there both so stubborn It's a okay book I kinda got bored though I felt like it was just going on and on I felt like just screaming at the characters DUH YOU LOVE EACH OTHER!! There is drama how she feels she gets treat [...]


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