Title: Used (Unlovable #1)
Author: Lynetta Halat
Genre: New Adult Romance
Release Date: January 19, 2014
Hosted by: Love Between the Sheets Promotions
SynopsisI am a slut. No worries. I've come to terms with it, and you will too. I’m not one of those girls who thinks she’s too plain, too fat, too skinny, too shy … no, I don’t have that kind of luck. I’m the girl who knows she’s just right for everyone. — Denver A reputation as a manwhore–with–a–heart–of–gold tends to precede me. But, I don’t do girls with issues, that is until this girl. It's this girl I want to fix. This girl I want to protect. And maybe … more. — Ransom Being in love with the same girl your entire life isn't all it's cracked up to be. She uses me in every way imaginable. How does she see me? I am her perpetual one-night stand. No strings, no attachments. Just mind-numbing sex ... for her anyway. — Greer Feeling like the life is being choked out of her in the small town of Anaconda, Montana, Denver Dempsey craves the escape that college offers … even if that means leaving her “best friend with benefits” and looking for a new way to forget. Thinking she's found the perfect hookup in Ransom, Denver's outlook on college is bright. That is, until Greer shows up looking for a second chance, and Ransom's interest turns to hatred. Love. Hate. Triangle. Who's using who?
So at first I was like there is no way I am going to like this book. I was thinking Denver is not a good girl and she is totally using Greer who you love from the first. Ransom sounds like a typical college boy and uses girls just like Denver uses boys. I was not planning on giving this book a good review at all...but Lynetta surprised me. I realized that Denver is not what she seems and is actually a really strong girl that has had to raise herself. You also start to see that Greer is not as Golden as Denver thinks he is. There is a lot more going on in this book than just rodeo, parties and sleeping around.
I really ended up liking this book and it does deal with some issues that college girls do have to deal with and a lot of times it is confusing. I recommend you go get this book and I am looking forward to seeing what happens in the next book. I am giving this book 4 stars.