Undo Me by M. Robinson
5 Star Review by Ashley
My heart is still reeling from the emotional roller coaster Undo Me took me on. This is by far my favorite book in this series. And while you don't have to read the others as this is a stand alone, I strongly suggest it as there are references to things that have happened in the earlier books. I loved seeing the rest of the gang and how the major events effected them all differently. I am not a big crier when it comes to books but there was just something about this story, these characters that had my eyes leaking- a lot. M. Robinson completely blew me away with the complexities and the realness of these characters. While you get glimpses of them in the other books of this series you will fall head over feet for Dylan and Aubrey in this one.
I liked Aubrey from the beginning. She was a spit-fire and had enough sass to fill the entire state of North Carolina. She also is an incredibly tender heart that has been hurt beyond belief. It only took one run in with Dylan for him to be hooked. He saw her, who she was and embraced it and used her faults and fears to elevate her to who she wanted to be. Their love was easy until it wasn't. My heart broke with and for Aubrey, for Dylan for everything beautiful that had been wrecked. My chest physically ached reading the second half of this book. Have your tissues and a pillow to punch ready.
I absolutely hated how much Aubrey and Dylan were hurting and their mechanisms for coping with their pain. I wanted to get them in a room, lock them in it until they worked it out. But oh no! They had other plans. That big bombshell that my least favorite person dropped changed everything. For everyone. Again. I was completely blown away. I didn't see that twist coming at all. And the repercussions left no one unscathed.
Undo Me is a powerful tale of love and loss and finding the strength within yourself to go for who and what you want. Please be warned that there are some heavy and hard topics covered in this book. I will say that M. Robinson handled them with great care. She balanced those scenes with more gut wrenching angst. GAH! Dylan and Aubrey! their story touched me deeply. While their journey wasn't pretty- it was downright ugly most times- it was also beautiful in its brokenness. Thankfully, they ultimately proved to each other and themselves the power of the promise of always.
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