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Undo Me

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Author: M. Robinson

Published: February 16th 2016 (first published February 10th 2016)

Format: Kindle Edition , 294 pages

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Language: English


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I fell in love with her when I was seventeen. She brought me to my knees when I was twenty. I loved her against reason. I loved her against hope. I loved her against all odds. Now she's back, a constant reminder of what I lost, what could have been. I hate her. I resent her. I still love her. Can I forgive her... Will she be my end once again or my beginning? STANDALONE within a se I fell in love with her when I was seventeen. She brought me to my knees when I was twenty. I loved her against reason. I loved her against hope. I loved her against all odds. Now she's back, a constant reminder of what I lost, what could have been. I hate her. I resent her. I still love her. Can I forgive her... Will she be my end once again or my beginning? STANDALONE within a series. New Adult Contemporary Romance: Strong language and sexual content, not intended for readers under 18.

30 review for Undo Me

  1. 4 out of 5

    Candace

    Check out more of my reviews at www.bookaddicthaven.com The third book in 'The Good Ol' Boys' series, 'Undo Me' is the story of Dylan and Aubrey. These two had one of the most tragic and complicated stories that I've ever read. Never have I wanted a couple to get their HEA so badly. As I listened to their story, I hurt for them. They deserved some happiness after everything they went through. While reading 'Complicate Me', I was sure that I had figured things out between Dylan and Aubrey. In fact, Check out more of my reviews at www.bookaddicthaven.com The third book in 'The Good Ol' Boys' series, 'Undo Me' is the story of Dylan and Aubrey. These two had one of the most tragic and complicated stories that I've ever read. Never have I wanted a couple to get their HEA so badly. As I listened to their story, I hurt for them. They deserved some happiness after everything they went through. While reading 'Complicate Me', I was sure that I had figured things out between Dylan and Aubrey. In fact, I wasn't even sure that I wanted to read this book because I was so sure that I already knew how things would play out. I was so wrong. 'Undo Me' was so much more than I expected. Of all the "Good Ol' Boys", Dylan was the one that I felt least connected to at the onset of this book. He was kind of just the player in the background in the first two books. He was dating Aubrey...then he wasn't. He went from the dedicated boyfriend to a manwhore, seemingly overnight, without any explanation. I didn't know why, but it was off-putting to me. My questions were answered in this third book. Finally, I know what events led up to the downfall of Dylan and Aubrey. Now that I know, I can say that my perception was completely inaccurate. I had expected this book to be the "shallowest" of the series. However, I was greatly mistaken. This book was the most emotional and dealt with the "heaviest" content in the series to this point. I don't want to give too much away, but if you've read the first two books in the series, you already know that abuse is going to be addressed. It doesn't stop there. This book will gut you. This book would've been a 5-star book for me, if it weren't for the fact that it got so far-fetched toward the end. Don't get me wrong. It was a great story. However, some of the events toward the very end were a bit too convenient and far-fetched for me. Overall, it was a deeply emotional read. I would recommend this book if you're looking for something angsty and touching. Keep your tissues handy, but rest assured that things will work out eventually. It doesn't come easy for this couple, but they get there in the end.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Christy

    3-3.5 stars!!! I have never in my life read about a couple that had a harder road to their HEA than Dylan and Aubrey. I’ve also not read a book that stressed me out as much as this one in quite some time. From the 60% mark on, my poor bestie’s phone was getting blown up with text after text from me about this story. After reading the first two books in this series, I thought I had Aubrey and Dylan somewhat figured out. I couldn't have been more wrong. M. Robinson has this way of writing books 3-3.5 stars!!! I have never in my life read about a couple that had a harder road to their HEA than Dylan and Aubrey. I’ve also not read a book that stressed me out as much as this one in quite some time. From the 60% mark on, my poor bestie’s phone was getting blown up with text after text from me about this story. After reading the first two books in this series, I thought I had Aubrey and Dylan somewhat figured out. I couldn't have been more wrong. M. Robinson has this way of writing books that are hard to put down. Once you start them, you don’t want to stop. Even though there were several things in this story that didn’t work for me personally as a reader, I have to say, I appreciate that quality in a book. The writing was strong and I both loved and hated the main characters. I don’t even know where to start. To avoid spoilers for this book, this review will be short and sweet. I don’t mind angst in books. I don’t mind my heart being ripped apart, as long as it is put back together. Sometimes, I don't even mind being left shredded by the end. The first half of the book was great for me. I loved Dylan and Aubrey. Even though I felt like they talked and acted a little too old for their teenage age-range, I was digging their story. Then it happened. Not one thing. Not two things. Not even three things. An avalanche of angst. One thing after another. My heart broke for these two, but I also felt myself wondering why. Why so much? I didn’t love some of the twists and turns that came about, but it’s more of a personal preference when it comes to reading. I’ve been reading other reviews on this book and I see they didn’t bother most people, which is fantastic- so I think it’s more of ‘it was me’ case. I felt this couple's love and devotion. I questioned many of the decisions they made. In the end, I can’t judge them on it because had I been in their shoes, I have NO CLUE how I would act or react. There are a lot of things I can say about this book. It was angsty, stressful and painful. It was also addicting, intense and emotional. When it comes down to it, I think it’s a story I won’t ever forget reading. If you are a reader that loves angst and doesn’t mind a severely bumpy road to their HEA, I would highly recommend this one to you! This is book 3 in a series but can be read as a stand alone.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Pam

    5 heartbreakingly beautiful stars “The deeper the love, the deeper the pain.” For me, Dylan and Aubrey's story is one that has been haunting me. All throughout the two previous books, their story was one that gained my attention and held it all the while wondering one question, "What happened?" In true M. Robinson form she gives us their past and their future, a complete love story from beginning to end. I know, baby. I know you’re too good for me. I know the first time we ha 5 heartbreakingly beautiful stars “The deeper the love, the deeper the pain.” For me, Dylan and Aubrey's story is one that has been haunting me. All throughout the two previous books, their story was one that gained my attention and held it all the while wondering one question, "What happened?" In true M. Robinson form she gives us their past and their future, a complete love story from beginning to end. I know, baby. I know you’re too good for me. I know the first time we have sex, make love… it’s going to mean something and maybe, I’m hoping that it’ll make me a better man. That you…That you’ll make me a better man." “I. Love. You.” I loved how they met, and how they came to be, and in that false sense of security the world was ripped right out from us and we got lost in a sea of hurt, pain and doubt. "Love isn’t supposed to hurt this much.” Undo Me isn't one that can be summarized or even explained, because it has everything to do with living in the moment with them. As crazy as it is, I think Dylan and Aubrey are my favorite couple out of the Good 'Ol Boys, whose story spirals into one everlasting epic love affair. One thing you can count on with M. Robinson is to deliver a love story that spans the test of time. I can say that this book, similar to her others you will need to read in one sitting, there is no way you will be able to put this down, nor would you even want to. My heart loved and broke with them, while I cheered, cried and cherished each and every moment. It was so tragic and beautiful, two soul mates broken, who needed to learn to forgive and love themselves again before they could ever be the person the other needed them to be. Dylan and Aubrey is an unforgettable story and one I highly recommend ❤ ARC kindly provided by the author, via *Sixty First Reads*, in exchange for an honest review. ***Quotes above are taken from the ARC version of the book and may differ upon publication.

  4. 4 out of 5

    NiCoLeTa E. {Addicted To Books}

    ***5 "Promise?... Always!" stars*** And i thought that the first book was full of heartbreaking moments... This one was my undoing... Okay, i have to admit that i cried a little bit less than the first one, but i still cried... a lot!!! This story brought me down on my knees... It made me lose my shit more than three times!!! It was keeping to surprise me all the time and i was feeling... lost!!! Dylan and Aubrey were pawns in an ugly situation and the only thing that i can say is that it was fr ***5 "Promise?... Always!" stars*** And i thought that the first book was full of heartbreaking moments... This one was my undoing... Okay, i have to admit that i cried a little bit less than the first one, but i still cried... a lot!!! This story brought me down on my knees... It made me lose my shit more than three times!!! It was keeping to surprise me all the time and i was feeling... lost!!! Dylan and Aubrey were pawns in an ugly situation and the only thing that i can say is that it was freakin' unfair what happened to them!!! "Life is simple darlin', it's just not easy." From the previous books, we already knew that Aubrey and Dylan was having a relationship as teenagers and that they were much in love with each other... And then, one day, unexpectendly, Aubrey broke up with Dylan and Dylan was devastated... and then he became the biggest man whore... ever!!! But not once, he had never forgotten or stop loving Aubrey!!! Nobody knows what really caused this separation and believe me when i learned the truth, i was shocked of what took place... "You stole my heart and never gave it back." Yep, in the beginning i couldn't understand why in the name of God, Aubrey reacted like that... 'cause in all their interactions through the following years, we could see that those two were loving each other deeply!!! So why they weren't together??? Why Dylan was becoming a man-whore??? And why Aubrey was with this fucking asshole, Jeremy??? Who abused her in every chance he had???? Nope, I'm not making spoilers at this moment, i'm just recapping their story as we learned it from the previous two books!!! “I learned right then and there that the hardest part of watching someone you cared about go through turmoil was how helpless love could make you feel.” {Dylan} "I couldn’t fight it off. I never could. I closed my eyes against my will, welcoming the darkness. Silence. Always numb. Always alone. Always afraid. I secretly prayed that I would never wake up. That I would die. Knowing in my heart… I was never that lucky." {Aubrey} So, in the third book of Good Ol' Boys, we had a killer prologue who made me eager for learning more about those two... And then for once again, we took a trip in memory lane, but i liked that i witnessed how all started between Dylan and Aubrey!!! I liked that i saw them changing through their love and the happiness that was shining through their eyes and then, just like that, in a moment everything went downhill... And none of them was being to blame!!! And that was cruel!!! They've been forced to live apart even though their hearts would beating in the same rhythm... "I would have sold my soul to the devil if it mean't it would take away her pain, undo what had just happened, and her memory of this day. " And then came the present and when i was about to say that those two will get through all those shits and that they will find their way back to each other, everything turned upside down for once again... Seriously, guys!!! I was reading with eyes wide open from the shock and with tears running down my eyes!!! It was so fuckin' unfair for both of them... So much wasted time!!!! Damnnnnnnn... “I don’t want you here. Do you understand me? The mere sight of you makes me sick to my fucking stomach. I spent half of my life loving the shit out of you, and I lost everything in a matter of seconds because of you." So will they manage to get over all those ugly things that stood between them??? Will their love conquer all the ugliness that was surrounding them??? There is a chance for those two to become what they were always supposed to be??? Will Aubrey forget and forgive herself??? Will Dylan forgive the love of his life for all the things that she forced them to live??? "I think I fell in love with him all over again. But too much had happened. Things that I couldn’t forget. Mistakes that I couldn’t change. Regrets that I couldn’t take back." {Aubrey} “For the first time in my life I was lost. I tried to find that man. The one that you met. The one that you loved. The one that was made just for you. I couldn’t find him. The more I searched, the harder it was to accept that I might never be him again.” {Dylan} Dylan was one of the Good Ol' Boys!!! He was a cocky bastard with lots of charm and funny moments... He was real and he didn't have filter... Whatever the hell was thinking, he was saying it and that was awesome in a way... From a young age, he was enjoying the female companion but everything changed when a feisty little girl stood up on him and she blew his mind!!! From that moment, Dylan's heart was hers and it will be remained hers for the rest of his life... After lots of efforts, he made her his and he was the happiest man alive, but then something bad happened and she ripped his heart out... She was his undoing and she will remain exactly that for the rest of his days!!! “She was perfect. She came into my life like a riptide, taking down everything in her path and dragging me right along with her. I couldn’t remember the last time I came up for air, took a second to breathe, a moment to catch my bearings and try to fight against her pull. Her current was strong and growing every time I was with her. I was lost in the waves of everything she had to offer. I never expected to fall for her. I wasn’t even looking for anyone, but there she was, this girl with such a force, such a drive. It was so fucking powerful that I never stood a chance. There was no push and pull.” The magical thing was that Dylan never stopped loving Aubrey, even though that he stopped to showing it... And in this book, we realized that he was always there with an open invitation for her that she never took even though she was still loving him... Why she did that???? I can't tell you!!! "I know a part of me will always be waiting for you. And I want to hate you for it, but I can't." “See, darlin’, you’ve always had my heart and I’ve always been your home.” Aubrey was a girl from a wrecked home... She was feeling lonely and she was very sad and then Dylan and his assholeness stepped in her way and everything changed... Yep, Dylan was still an asshole, but he was her asshole!!! With her, he was so different! So lovely, so caring, so respectful!!! And when their lives were finally on a good path, everything changed for them and especially for her!!! “The years of memories, mistakes, and regrets came rushing over me. Piling on top of me, their weight suffocating me. The first time I met him. Our first talk on the beach. Our first date. Our first kiss. The first time he told me he loved me. The first time we made love and every time after that. Our love… That was taken away so harshly, so violently, so unfairly.” She couldn't be near to him, she couldn't be with him... even though that she was still lovng him. And that's why she stayed away from him, even though she was craving his presence beside her... And then she decided to punish herself by being in an awfully abusive relationship... Why she was allowing to herself to live that way when Dylan, the man that she loved, was waiting her with open arms??? Only if you will read the book , you will understand!!! The only thing that i will say is that i was feeling so sad for her... For everything!!! And yep, at some point, i could understand her reasons behind her actions... But still... So much fucking wasted time, without a reason!!!! "I didn’t blame him. But I couldn’t look at him either. Everything I loved about him was ripped away from me, his touch, his lips, his music, his smell. His love. Every single time I looked at him all I felt was hatred, hatred for the man that did nothing but love me." And for once again, the epilogue left me hugging by a thread for tortured Austin and his own story!!! What else do i have to live in this series??? “I love you, Aubrey,” I breathed against her mouth. “I have never stopped loving you. I belong to you. Just you and me. You’re my girl.” “Promise?” “Always...”

  5. 5 out of 5

    ✰ Liz ✰

    ~4.75 Undone Stars~ "I was done for. There would be no coming back from him. I was his." I am simply blown away by the stunning read Undo Me by M. Robinson. The third book in The Good Ol' Boys Series is the story of Dylan and Aubrey. From the first two books in the series, we knew that their story was going to be a special one. Well, special just doesn't begin to describe the emotions and gamut of feelings this read evoked from me. Instead, I felt moved, broken, and then put back t ~4.75 Undone Stars~ "I was done for. There would be no coming back from him. I was his." I am simply blown away by the stunning read Undo Me by M. Robinson. The third book in The Good Ol' Boys Series is the story of Dylan and Aubrey. From the first two books in the series, we knew that their story was going to be a special one. Well, special just doesn't begin to describe the emotions and gamut of feelings this read evoked from me. Instead, I felt moved, broken, and then put back together again. Hang on tight to your heart because this one is a bumpy ride! "Always numb. Always alone. Always afraid." "Dylan Mc Graw. Just his name made me want to throw down. Fuck 'em and chuck 'em was his style. Asshole." Aubrey and Dylan met in high school. As a transplant from California, Aubrey is new to the North Carolina beach town where friendship and family are the only things that matter. Dylan is a cocky surfer who is loyal to his friends lovingly known as The Good Ol' Boys. The fire and sharp-witted banter exchanged between Aubrey and Dylan at their first meeting was only the prelude to what promised to be a long relationship full of push and pull and twists and turns. "It was one thing to think you knew, to assume, but when it was staring you right in the face, when he was looking at you, it changed things, it changed everything." "Life is simple darlin', it's just not easy." From the previous reads, Dylan and Aubrey appeared to be a standard high school romance that just drifted apart. Those preconceived notions could not be further from the truth. Aubrey and Dylan experience a trauma that rocks their relationship and breaks them apart. That, with the combination of Aubrey's insecurities, are simply too much for the two young lovers to overcome. But how can you possibly move on when the only person you have ever loved is right in front of you? "Her current was strong and growing every time I was with her." "I kept going back to her, wanting more. Wanting everything. Nothing or no one stood in my way." Told in dual POV, Undo Me lived up to its title (and then some). I was completely undone emotionally, physically, and mentally by the sheer magnitude of events, these characters endured. The pacing of the plot was well crafted, and the twists and turns were completely unexpected. I can honestly say that I am not a fan of angsty reads. Nor do I typically prefer a book that is told over the span of several years, and yet, every single book in this series has held me captive. "Like I was standing at the edge of a cliff, looking down, ready to jump." "The deeper the love, the deeper the pain." Additionally, the characters are so complex and so likable that the memory of them seems to linger weeks after I have finished reading about them. Dylan and Aubrey have been no different as I have already returned to my Kindle on several occasions to re-read my favorite parts. There were certainly some triggers in this book that caused slight discomfort and yet, as the saying goes "no pain no gain". Aubrey and Dylan experience a transformation like no other. I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of pain and joy that they lived through. In true M. Robinson style, the intimacy between the characters was rich with emotion, and their physical pairing is just "smoking hot"! Dylan is, in my opinion, a perfect hero with his cocky persona and his southern charm. Although Aubrey is quite damaged, it is her tender spirit and quiet strength that drew me to her and kept me cheering for them both the entire time. His protectiveness of Aubrey and the growth that she made in being able to accept it is the one thing that I will never forget from this beautifully crafted story. "The electricity...The connection...The intensity...Was constantly right there." "It's addicting. The taste of you, the feel of you, the love for you. I'm mad for you. You're mine." I simply cannot say enough about how this series has enriched my reading. Although each book can be read as a stand-alone, I highly recommend beginning the journey at the beginning. Undo Me is simply a must read. If you enjoy a well-crafted plot, complex characters, and an in-depth love story, you will not want to miss this! I simply cannot wait for the next Good Ol' Boy to hit my Kindle. No doubt, as the series just keeps getting better with each installment, I will be up all night again devouring every word! I think it's safe to say that M. Robinson has certainly become a one click author for me. When broken people can find love through friendship and family in a broken world, there is simply nothing better! ***The Good Ol' Boys*** *ARC graciously provided via author in exchange for an honest review!* For more reviews/reveals/giveaways visit:

  6. 4 out of 5

    Dee Montoya

    6+++++ Dylan McGraw Stars*************** Undo Me does justice to its title because it will absolutely build you up to later destroy you, and you will love every single minute of it, in fact, you will beg for more. I'm not going to sugarcoat the fact that the hero in this story is obnoxiously cocky and brutally honest, and some might even call him insensitive. But that added to his appeal to me because he was every bit of sexy, rugged and possessive. He knew it and didn't apologize for it. Dylan w 6+++++ Dylan McGraw Stars*************** Undo Me does justice to its title because it will absolutely build you up to later destroy you, and you will love every single minute of it, in fact, you will beg for more. I'm not going to sugarcoat the fact that the hero in this story is obnoxiously cocky and brutally honest, and some might even call him insensitive. But that added to his appeal to me because he was every bit of sexy, rugged and possessive. He knew it and didn't apologize for it. Dylan will make you want to slap him and kiss him with the same explosive intensity, making him an alpha hero that you will never, ever forget... Dylan and Aubrey met in high school. He was a few years older than her and had a reputation of a player, in fact, he had made Aubrey's best friend fall for him after only one night together. He was a love them and leave 'em kind of guy, and Aubrey was not cool with him playing with her friend, so she sets out to defend her bf's honor. Aubrey is very feisty and she is ready to give Dylan a piece of her mind but by the end of the discussion she was equal parts furious and aroused by him. Dylan was immediately drawn to Aubrey's fire and he wanted to get burned by her. He was determined to make the one girl who seemed immune to his charms, his. Ultimately the passion between these two couldn't be contained and so they gave into a beautiful love that consumed them both. Aubrey has some insecurities caused by family issues and every time Dylan mentions the future, she is scared frozen. She's trying to live their present with utmost intensity because she believes nothing good ever lasts. It turns out that it wasn't the future, but the present that came on full throttle to destroy Aubrey and Dylan's love. A tragedy so painful that replaced every emotion Aubrey ever possessed. Guilt and pain are all Aubrey has left inside her. The only thing that brings her a fake sense of peace is punishment. Dylan's love for Aubrey is his religion. The only thing he believes in, the only thing that matters, and it's killing him to see the dark path she's chosen, making him feel absolutely helpless. And this is what pushes him over the edge and back to his old ways. Time goes by, and the good 'ol boys always remain friends. It's obvious to everyone that Dylan and Aubrey are still very much in love with each other, but nobody knows the dark secrets that separate them. Can Aubrey and Dylan find the strength to forgive and believe in love again? The beautiful intensity of this story swallowed me whole. I felt Aubrey's tears running down my own face, and Dylan's heart broke with mine. I got lost inside the pages of this novel, praying not to ever be found. Nothing I say can really do justice to what I experienced through the pen of M.Robinson. Her words intoxicated me, made me feel drunk and deliriously in love with Dylan. Author M. Robinson, I love you for making me hate you. Thank you for ripping my heart to shreds, for demanding my tears and for giving me this fictional Alpha Male that will forever haunt my dreams... My Undo Me music playlist: *Something In The way You Move by Elle Goulding *Ain't No Sunshine by Bill Withers *Give Me Love by Ed Sheeran *Come Pick Me Up by Ryan Adams

  7. 5 out of 5

    warhawke

    Genre: Contemporary Romance Type: Standalone Book 3 of The Good Ol’ Boys series POV: First Person - Dual Rating: From a young age Dylan McGraw was a manwhore. With his good looks and charm, he never had a problem getting into a girl’s panties. When a new girl came into town and called him out, he started to feel something he never had before. Aubrey Owens was a lonely new girl, until he befriended Dylan. She gained not only him, but also the rest of his close friends. Knowing his reputation, she Genre: Contemporary Romance Type: Standalone Book 3 of The Good Ol’ Boys series POV: First Person - Dual Rating: From a young age Dylan McGraw was a manwhore. With his good looks and charm, he never had a problem getting into a girl’s panties. When a new girl came into town and called him out, he started to feel something he never had before. Aubrey Owens was a lonely new girl, until he befriended Dylan. She gained not only him, but also the rest of his close friends. Knowing his reputation, she made him work for it before giving him a chance for more. Everything seems perfect for them until something that supposed to be good day turned out to be the worst of their lives and violently ripped them apart to shreds. From previous books, we saw how much animosity there was between Dylan and Aubrey and it made me wonder what actually happened between them. I would have never guessed it was something so devastating. “I know I’m an asshole. I don’t pretend to be something I’m not, darlin’. I don’t need to and I don’t fuckin’ want to.” I like Dylan a lot. He was the fun loving one in the group. He’s held no punches and wasn’t apologetic to who he really was. I like how Aubrey, even though somewhat shy, she had spunk. I like how she managed to turn him around – until the turn of event in their life. “On that day you just turned into another girl I used to fuck.” And what a turnaround it was. I understand why they acted the way they did. But it made me angry and sad to see how much each of them was hurting, and how they chose to cope with the pain. “I don’t want you here. Do you understand me? The mere sight of you makes me sick to my fucking stomach. I spent half of my life loving the shit out of you, and I lost everything in a matter of seconds because of you." I love the story with how it started all light and fun, turned somewhat dark and ugly. But I did have some issues with turn of events that didn’t make sense or contradictory to the facts throughout the story. Undo Me is an emotional story of a couple’s struggle to deal with the ugliness that marred the beauty of their relationship. It contains some graphic scenes that that might be uncomfortable to some. Note: I’m looking forward to Austin’s story. He has been my favorite since book 1. Standalone books in the series: For more reviews/reveals/giveaways visit:

  8. 4 out of 5

    Beverly

    This is the third book in the Good Ol' Boy Series, but all the books feature different couples and can be read as a standalones. M. Robinson has a way of ending her books in such a way you cannot wait to read the next. Naturally I couldn’t wait to read Undo Me after getting a preview of what happens with Dylan and Aubrey. Dylan and Aubrey were high school sweethearts, but there was such a strong connection between them. As I have read the series and seen moments of them interacting you knew their This is the third book in the Good Ol' Boy Series, but all the books feature different couples and can be read as a standalones. M. Robinson has a way of ending her books in such a way you cannot wait to read the next. Naturally I couldn’t wait to read Undo Me after getting a preview of what happens with Dylan and Aubrey. Dylan and Aubrey were high school sweethearts, but there was such a strong connection between them. As I have read the series and seen moments of them interacting you knew their connection was deep, but until reading Undo Me I had no idea. When Aubrey moves to town she doesn’t have a lot of friends, but she is strong, fiery, and opinionated. She immediately gains Dylan’s attention when she isn’t afraid to confront him or immediately fall for his seduction tactics. Dylan isn’t going to let Aubrey go and begins truly pursuing her. I loved this, I mean really, really, really loved Dylan changing his ways. What can I say I love a reformed manwhore. I also loved that they were so young, but trying to navigate their issue and grow up. Something that definitely caught up my attention was how grown-up like they were speaking. Now at thirty-one, I am no spring chicken, but I don't remember high school kids talking like this. At times, it was distracting and I wish they had been more teen or child like during that time period in their lives. This story is truly unputdownable, legit. I read this in one sitting. I never planned to, but I kept reading because I was excited to see them in the present. The prologue drops this huge bomb, then it goes to the past, so of course I had to read until I saw what happened. Then once I got to the present it was one bomb after another dropped. This was why the story wasn’t a complete win for me. I didn't like how we didn't get a lot of their future/present time. I also didn't love how there was so much wasted time between the couple. I do recommend this one because I think I am just one of these weird readers who over thinks things. I am so weird about wasted time, but I don’t think that’s everyone’s issue. Plus, this book is full of angst, so freaking addictive, gut-wrenching and sexy, it’s really everything most will love. ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review. Teasers created by me with stock images purchased from depositphotos.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kelli C

    4.75 Promise? Always. Stars When it comes to high angst and deep, soul-felt love, M. Robinson’s Good Ol’ Boys series is one of the best. I was an instant fan just 20 pages into book one but it is with this 3rd installment, the story of Dylan and Aubrey that I became more than a fan. This book was so much more than I even could have imagined and over 10 hours later, I still can’t gather my thoughts. Undo Me is one of those books that grabs your attention first with its story and then toys with 4.75 Promise? Always. Stars When it comes to high angst and deep, soul-felt love, M. Robinson’s Good Ol’ Boys series is one of the best. I was an instant fan just 20 pages into book one but it is with this 3rd installment, the story of Dylan and Aubrey that I became more than a fan. This book was so much more than I even could have imagined and over 10 hours later, I still can’t gather my thoughts. Undo Me is one of those books that grabs your attention first with its story and then toys with your emotions from the highest to lowest of feels with its characters. From the initial meet of Dylan and Aubrey there is palpable attraction thru a bit of anger! There is a guarded interest then a slow opening of their minds and acknowledgement. Finally, there is the feel of wanting…needing…and completely falling. The sweet is like no other with age appropriate flirting, kisses that ignite a want for more until the total bonding of bodies and hearts. I fell in love when I was seventeen, she brought me to my knees when I was twenty. That being said, M. Robinson weaves a much harsher tale in which the good is so good, but bad…well it is the worst possible bad. To say the road to happiness often has bumps is a complete understatement. In just one instant…relationship perfection and the promise of happiness forever can be taken away. Gut-wrenching drama and soul shattering events break apart the love that Dylan and Aubrey so slowly and so perfectly developed… To provide a synopsis would be a grave injustice to those who NEED to read this book. It is a standalone, however reading the prior books is recommended to understand the friend dynamics, the time frames and the past actions that have led up to this amazing read. Undo Me was so tragically beautiful. It was not an easy read with harsh content that continued to assault the senses with each plot twist. It was the darkest of dark at times and the brightest of light at others. It was full of moments that make breathing difficult through falling tears and others that made the smile stretch wide as the butterflies danced. Love, infatuation, passion, desire, happiness. Anger, fear, dread, sadness, resentment. No emotion was left behind. You are going to undo me. And I’m going to let you. I LOVE angst. I prefer the road to be rough so reaching that final destination is so much sweeter. I found Dylan and Aubrey’s story, while dark, to be my favorite of M. Robinson’s. It wasn’t pretty and the scenes were emotionally charged and overall tragic, but the overall picture was something to experience. If I could have a rant it would be simple - No, it didn’t turn out quite as I expected. Yes, I wanted a bit more at the ending as everything felt suddenly OK. BUT… it still kept me up past 2am...staying in my mind m0st of the day, and I would not hesitate to put this in my top reads of 2016 to date. *ARC provided generously per author in exchange for honest review*

  10. 4 out of 5

    ❥ KAT ❥ Kitty Kats Crazy About Books

    ༺**Complimentary Copy**༺ Provided by the author "M. Robinson" in exchange for an honest review..Thank you!! TITLE: Undo Me SERIES: (The Good Ol' Boys, #3) AUTHOR: M. Robinson GENRE: Contemporary Romance RELEASE DATE: 16th February, 2016 MY RATING WARNING: Just be aware that this goes slightly dark, darker than this author has gone before, it's not sugar coated at all, there is no escaping it, it's violent, sick, and may be a trigger for some.. You're all I ever wanted but never knew I ne ༺**Complimentary Copy**༺ Provided by the author "M. Robinson" in exchange for an honest review..Thank you!! TITLE: Undo Me SERIES: (The Good Ol' Boys, #3) AUTHOR: M. Robinson GENRE: Contemporary Romance RELEASE DATE: 16th February, 2016 MY RATING WARNING: Just be aware that this goes slightly dark, darker than this author has gone before, it's not sugar coated at all, there is no escaping it, it's violent, sick, and may be a trigger for some.. You're all I ever wanted but never knew I needed. This is one of my most highly anticipated books, I have cray cray loved each of these standalone books within this series hard.. The beginning is light and fluffy full of butterflies in the belly as these two come together as a couple, until it wasn't, until all the promises in the world couldn't keep them together, couldn't fix them, years and years go by, an undeniable love that's left simmering in the background, two broken people, the angst, the emotions, the raw, gritty realness of their heartbreak will creep into your heart and shatter it piece by piece just like it did with Aubrey and Dylan.. I had a group of boys that were like brothers to me. I didn't need a girl to love me. I didn't need a girl expecting things from me. In true M. Robinson fashion as so as you open that first page you are so absorbed in the story, every second, minute, hours your 100% invested, hooked, until you've inhaled that very last page, this book will break you and slowly piece your shattered heart back together chapter by chapter.. I would have sold my soul to the devil if it mean't it would take away her pain, undo what had just happened, and her memory of this day. The feels that race through your body is like an adrenaline junky chasing that thrill that races through their body, I got that feeling!! I felt everything this author threw at me, my tears, my heart breaking, my mind reeling, I thrive on books like this where emotions are pulled out from deep within..Loved this book hard!! I know a part of me will always be waiting for you. And I want to hate you for it, but I can't. That one scene just shattered my heart into a billion pieces, tears are falling down my face, my mind is like scrambled eggs, no coherent thought can be formed, my mind and heart are numb.. Girls loved the bad boys. The ones they thought they could change, the challenge, the rule breaker, the game changer. Even though this states it's a standalone I recommend you do read the series as it will allow for more of an in depth feeling, character bonding and more deeper connection with the background of each of these childhood boys, each book within the series starts from their earliest moments together to their current time so I think personally it's viral that you start from book #1 I fell in love when I was seventeen, she brought me to my knees when I was twenty. MY THOUGHTS: Undo Me (The Good Ol' Boys, #3) This is the journey of Aubrey and Dylan..This book will UNDO YOU, it will make you laugh, cry, throw in some hawt scenes, an ounce of frustration, some twists and some more laughs and before you know it your left with that sinking feeling that only M.Robinson can throw your way when your spiraling into another one of her famous book funks.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    Undo Me is the third in The Good Ol’ Boys Series and although each of these can be read as a standalone, my personal preference is always to read in order of release. Although not all of the prior secrets are revealed, it can often reduce the tension of “what will happen next” while reading them out of order. We are finally getting all of the pieces of Dylan & Aubrey’s story. I could not wait to start this book. To know what happened from them sharing those sweet moments at Alex’s parents restaur Undo Me is the third in The Good Ol’ Boys Series and although each of these can be read as a standalone, my personal preference is always to read in order of release. Although not all of the prior secrets are revealed, it can often reduce the tension of “what will happen next” while reading them out of order. We are finally getting all of the pieces of Dylan & Aubrey’s story. I could not wait to start this book. To know what happened from them sharing those sweet moments at Alex’s parents restaurant in Complicate Me to the separation and moments of desperation we got in Forbid Me. They had what originally felt like the fairy tale love story that transformed into something so tragic and I needed all the answers. I was not prepared for the story that I got, by the time I got them. I am not touching the actual story in this one. Far too much is exposed by touching on key moments for these two. For those that have read the prior two books, you and I are in the same boat. We know they loved young and what appeared to be fierce. Then it all fell apart, but there was still something that kept them tethered, even when Aubrey refused to grab hold. It was the in between moments that told their story. It was the after that held their ending. And it was fucking tragic. I was prepared for an angsty read but I think that took a complete backseat to the emotional story that these two had to tell. I wasn’t so much chewing my fingernails off, sick to my stomach and wrought with worry than I was hanging on to the thread of my sanity and I struggled not to fall apart while experiencing this story. It is not an easy story for the average person to read. It is especially not an easy story for someone who has similar experiences to Aubrey, to read. I felt some of those moments to my very core. I am not one who will shy away from certain themes in a book, finding it sort of therapeutic to read about certain events in a safe and fictional place – so although parts of this story hit very close to home, I think that added connection to Aubrey’s character helped me with connecting to this story on a deeper level. I could not hate her for choices she made. I could not hold anything against her – and I think that helped me come to terms with the revelations throughout this book. Dylan was perfect 99.9% of the time. I did not think I would love him as much as I did, but boy did I fall hard and fast. I loved how cocky he was but how quickly he was willing to do whatever it took to get his girl. I loved his dedication for years to that girl, even when everything stood in his way. M. Robinson had converted me as a fan with VIP, but I think this series is where you see her shine. Each book has been fantastic and although Half-Pint and Bo were easily my favorite of the characters, Undo Me just took the top spot. I loved the emotional journey that she took us on. I loved how hard these two loved. How broken they were and how hard Aubrey fought once she realized she had something worth fighting for. It broke my heart, it destroyed me in the best ways possible but in the end I was put back together again.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Olga therebelreader

    5 ***SUGA' RY*** STARS OMG, I freakin loved this book! It kept me on edge and stress levels so high. I wish I could give it more than 5 stars because it's just that good! Keeping things spoiler free, Dylan is a teenage manwhore, sleeping around with girls and avoiding committed relationships. Except for this one girl. Aubrey, who puts him through hell and who doesn’t want to jump in the bed with him like all the other girls. Dylan finds her intriguing, and sees her as sort of a challenge. Aubrey g 5 ***SUGA' RY*** STARS OMG, I freakin loved this book! It kept me on edge and stress levels so high. I wish I could give it more than 5 stars because it's just that good! Keeping things spoiler free, Dylan is a teenage manwhore, sleeping around with girls and avoiding committed relationships. Except for this one girl. Aubrey, who puts him through hell and who doesn’t want to jump in the bed with him like all the other girls. Dylan finds her intriguing, and sees her as sort of a challenge. Aubrey gets him to change and Dylan starts actually caring about her. Can a manwhore be tamed down? Definitely yes… beautiful Aubrey will be his undoing. Just as I was settling into what was seemingly a lighthearted romance between Dylan and Aubrey, the plot slowly turned to something much darker and far more sinister. Their lives were shattered by a dreadful reality that I was incapable of imagining. Reading what Aubrey lived nearly broke me. But, no matter happened to her, I couldn’t stop reading. I also loved Dylan and how he helped Aubrey along the way and was there for her when she needed someone the most. Just when you think this story can’t possibly have any twists left bam! it hits you like a ton of bricks. Then just when you think you know everything there is to know bam! it hits you again in what I think is one of the biggest turns in the story and leaves you wondering what the hell just happened! The development of each character added depth, which surprised me, given the length of the book and the writing was an absolute dream. The violence was a bit extreme, so I'd say be careful if that bothers you. The story was fast-paced and exciting. Highly explosive, unexpected and too good to put down! I can't praise this book enough, it was brilliant, dark, sexy and I can now confirm I'm in love with Dylan. Ms. Robinson’s writing was once again absolutely incredible. Her characters were filled with depth and their emotions were so real that I felt like I was living the horrors with Aubrey. A lot of work has clearly gone into the writing and story line and it has paid off. I urge all of you romance fans to give this book a go. I promise you, you won't regret it. ARC was provided in exchange for an honest review.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jenny••Steamy Reads Blog••

    Holy heck this book destroyed me. Absolutely 110% gutted me. I was blinded, so surprised at the story I read, completely wasn't expecting, at all, what happened to Dylan & Aubrey. Gosh the intensity of this story, the electricity that sizzles the pages... You read about this couple and the struggles they go through in the previous two books in this series, but you have no clue exactly what they are really going through until you read 'their' book. My god it's sad, it's frustrating, it's so heart Holy heck this book destroyed me. Absolutely 110% gutted me. I was blinded, so surprised at the story I read, completely wasn't expecting, at all, what happened to Dylan & Aubrey. Gosh the intensity of this story, the electricity that sizzles the pages... You read about this couple and the struggles they go through in the previous two books in this series, but you have no clue exactly what they are really going through until you read 'their' book. My god it's sad, it's frustrating, it's so heartbreaking. But the ending, thank you, dear author, for healing my heart. One of the most deserving couples to get a HEA ever......!!! This series is consuming my life!!!!! Bring on the final book, Austins story. I can't wait!!!!!!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jen

    ***4.5 Stars*** Oh man, this book absolutely gutted me!! It is 230 in the morning here and I just finished...my emotions are raw right now, and believe me when I say that this author seems to raise the bar with each book she writes!! Just when I thought that this series could not get better, she went and proved me wrong and wrote an amazing third book in the "Good Ol' Boys" series. "Undo Me" is about Dylan and Aubrey, they meet in high school and become a couple for three years. These two were abs ***4.5 Stars*** Oh man, this book absolutely gutted me!! It is 230 in the morning here and I just finished...my emotions are raw right now, and believe me when I say that this author seems to raise the bar with each book she writes!! Just when I thought that this series could not get better, she went and proved me wrong and wrote an amazing third book in the "Good Ol' Boys" series. "Undo Me" is about Dylan and Aubrey, they meet in high school and become a couple for three years. These two were absolutely unbreakable...and they were soul mates to their core...True to M. Robinson's series though, some major angst surfaces for this couple and they will never ever be the same. There wasn't a moment in this book that I wasn't rooting for these characters to get back on track. I love the both of them, and to see what they had been put through left me devastated. The characters in this whole series have become real to me, and I literally feel as though I am living their emotions and feelings right along side of them. I am actually emotionally drained right now, and my adrenaline is through the roof. (I do not for see me going to sleep anytime soon...LOL) I am super glad that I gave this series a chance. I love this author, and she has talent in writing a story like you wouldn't believe. To me, a brilliant read is one that will keep me glued to the pages, as well as suck me into the world that the author is trying to create. I actually feel like I have been on a trip away from reality the whole time I have read this! The only reason I didn't give a total five stars is because I felt like Dylan and Aubrey were put through too much angst. It could have been toned down just little bit. I prefer to have way more happy times than sad times in my read. That being said though, this was still an amazing read...Just be prepared to have your heart ripped out of your chest more than a few times!! The next book in the series is Austin's book...and to be honest I am dreading it as it is about his downward spiral into addiction. Knowing how this author writes...I know it is going to be a doozy...I normally stay away from those storylines as I have a hard time with them. I need to take a break and come back to it, because I just know I will once again be gutted!!! Apparently I am a sucker for punishment though!!! I highly recommend this series to readers who love a lot of angst in their reads!!!

  15. 4 out of 5

    NMmomof4

    2.5 Stars Overall Opinion: This was a little less than "just ok" for me. I really loved the first part of their story. I wish we could've kept on that track. I wasn't expecting the twist at all and most of the time I don't mind twists at all, but this one made me not like the h after really liking her before. I also ended up having issues with the H too. Both of them became people that I really didn't care for anymore. -- where at the beginning I loved them! Brief Summary of the Storyline: This 2.5 Stars Overall Opinion: This was a little less than "just ok" for me. I really loved the first part of their story. I wish we could've kept on that track. I wasn't expecting the twist at all and most of the time I don't mind twists at all, but this one made me not like the h after really liking her before. I also ended up having issues with the H too. Both of them became people that I really didn't care for anymore. -- where at the beginning I loved them! Brief Summary of the Storyline: This is Aubrey and Dylan's story. They met when Aubrey was a new freshman at school and starts telling off the older Dylan for mistreating her friend. They keep bumping into each other, and eventually Dylan makes an effort to actually date her (which he never did before). They fall in love and every thing is great until 4 years later when they face a traumatic experience. There are lots of hurdles that they have to get through over many years...but they do get a HEA ending. POV: This alternated between Aubrey and Dylan's POV. Overall Pace of Story: Ok until end (see closure section). It flowed well, and I never skimmed. Instalove: No. They had good development into feelings of love. H rating: 3 stars. Dylan. I liked him, but his reverting back to the as$hole manwhore when they were separated bothered me. h rating: 2 stars. Aubrey. I really liked her when they were younger, but after her trauma she really had some horrible ideas and behavior that frustrated me. Sadness level: Low/moderate. I shed a few tears, but I never needed tissues. Push/Pull: Yes (view spoiler)[ The H chases the h initially. The h pushes the H away after her trauma, and the H pushes the h away after he finds out something about what the h did during separation (view spoiler)[ kept a child from him (hide spoiler)] (hide spoiler)] Heat level: Moderate. They have some good chemistry and scenes. Descriptive sex: Yes Safe sex: Yes and no. They use condoms for the most part, but forget one time. They do have a std status talk, and H says that he's never been without before. OW/OM drama: Yes(view spoiler)[The h has a boyfriend during their separation that is extremely abusive, and that causes some drama. (hide spoiler)] Sex scene with OW or OM: Yes(view spoiler)[ There are a few descriptive scenes with OW (not when he is with h), and rape scene with OM. (hide spoiler)] Cheating: No Separation: Yes (view spoiler)[ They break up after their trauma by the h pushing away the H. They spend a total of 16 years apart. The H is a manwhore during separation, and h has a boyfriend for most of that time too. (hide spoiler)] Possible Triggers: Yes(view spoiler)[Descriptive rape scene, descriptive domestic abuse, secret baby, H is a manwhore when not with h, and h was a virgin before H. (hide spoiler)] Closure: This had (yet again) a jump into HEA after the conflict going all the way into the last chapter. I want more time with a happy couple!!! How I got it: It was part of my kindle unlimited subscription. Safety: Not safe (view spoiler)[ - Does Not have cheating IMO, but others might be upset with H being a manwhore during separation (h had steady boyfriend too) - Does have a descriptive sex scene with OW/OM - Does have the h pushing the H away as well as the H pushing the h away - Does have a ~10 year and ~6 year separation between the h and H - Does have abuse both physical and sexual - Does Not have OTT sad parts (like death) - Does have a HEA ending (hide spoiler)]

  16. 4 out of 5

    Dilek VT

    "You are going to undo me. And I’m going to let you." Honestly, I would have never read this book if I had known what it entailed. It is a good book as far as the writing goes but the content in it is too painful to the level of self-torture because the events happening to the characters are unbearable. Sad, too sad and too frustrating. And the happy end comes 20 years later, if you can call it a happy end, being it so late after so much suffering. During those 20 years, lots of traumatic eve "You are going to undo me. And I’m going to let you." Honestly, I would have never read this book if I had known what it entailed. It is a good book as far as the writing goes but the content in it is too painful to the level of self-torture because the events happening to the characters are unbearable. Sad, too sad and too frustrating. And the happy end comes 20 years later, if you can call it a happy end, being it so late after so much suffering. During those 20 years, lots of traumatic events occur. This is the 3rd book in the series The Good Ol’ Boys and is nothing like the first 2 books. Don’t read this book if (view spoiler)[ physical abuse of any kind (such as rape) (hide spoiler)] is unbearable for you. **** Our hero Dylan is one of The Good Ol’ Boys. When he and Aubrey fall in love, they fall hard. They are such an amazing couple. So beautiful, so young… For a while, they are so happy, things are so good. Their connection, their love… It is one of a kind. They are an adorable couple. There was only a short period of time when they had problems and then they were solved and they were the happiest couple on earth by %50 of the book. And then, I felt something bad was going to happen, because it was too good to be true. I heard the ticking of the time bomb … tick tock tick tock… I was yelling minutes before it happened because I sensed that their happy bubble was going to explode… Well, unfortunately, I was right. But what I never knew was how cruel a plot twist was waiting for me… Think of the worst thing that could happen to a girl… Well, it happens to her and I was like this when it happened, saying "OH NO, PLEASE NO, NO, NOOOOOO !!!!! " The fact that it was happening was already unbearable and as if that wasn’t enough, it was told in very specific details that ripped my heart and I was literally bawling my eyes out! That event marks the beginning of their end… They cannot recover it… The girl suffers … The boy suffers… They suffer tremendously... “The years of memories, mistakes, and regrets came rushing over me. Piling on top of me, their weight suffocating me. The first time I met him. Our first talk on the beach. Our first date. Our first kiss. The first time he told me he loved me. The first time we made love and every time after that. Our love… That was taken away so harshly, so violently, so unfairly.” *** "I would have sold my soul to the devil if it mean't it would take away her pain, undo what had just happened, and her memory of this day." Then, years pass and things get worse… We learn another horrible fact, and then when you are sure that it can’t get any worse, it DOES! We learn something else! The feeling in the 2nd half of the book is like this: Dealing with all that drama was really hard and after a certain point, I felt really frustrated. My heart ached, I had a terrible headache. Yeah, the book ruined me. I was feeling like this every chapter, saying, “Oh, please, enough of it, already!” It feels as if the writer tried to test how much trauma and suffering her characters and readers could endure... And while all these traumatic events happen and while they cannot find a way to one another again, days, months and years pass… until they are 37-38 years old! “I don’t want you here. Do you understand me? The mere sight of you makes me sick to my fucking stomach. I spent half of my life loving the shit out of you, and I lost everything in a matter of seconds because of you." *** "I hated you because I couldn’t stop loving you.” Some of the trauma could certainly have been prevented. That girl needed therapy. She bloody needed a god-damn therapy! For God’s sake, how they let her ruin herself even more for so many years is still a mystery to me. I need therapy just by reading what she has endured... what he has endured. They both needed therapy. Then, all those years wouldn’t have been wasted. Bad decisions led to more suffering! Everybody ruined both themselves and one another! I was both utterly sad and frustrated. And to end this frustration and torture, I sometimes wanted to stab myself and sometimes the writer! The bottomline is, this book is well-written but it contains frustrating drama. It just sucks the life out of you for a while. I still see the vivid horrible images whether I shut my eyes or keep them open because, unfortunately, these horrible events are described with precise detail to engrave the awful moments in your mind... Cruel, just bloody cruel!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    ARC provided by author in exchange for an honest review “She was perfect. She came into my life like a riptide, taking down everything in her path and dragging me right along with her. I couldn’t remember the last time I came up for air, took a second to breathe, a moment to catch my bearings and try to fight against her pull. Her current was strong and growing every time I was with her. I was lost in the waves of everything she had to offer. I never expected to fall for her. I wasn’t eve ARC provided by author in exchange for an honest review “She was perfect. She came into my life like a riptide, taking down everything in her path and dragging me right along with her. I couldn’t remember the last time I came up for air, took a second to breathe, a moment to catch my bearings and try to fight against her pull. Her current was strong and growing every time I was with her. I was lost in the waves of everything she had to offer. I never expected to fall for her. I wasn’t even looking for anyone, but there she was, this girl with such a force, such a drive. It was so fucking powerful that I never stood a chance. There was no push and pull.” A raw poignant heartbreaking and beautiful tale that captures the raw essence of what it truly means to love, forgive, sacrifice, and begin anew. M. Robinson went beyond my expectation in this third installment of The Good Ol' Boys Series as she grips her readers heart with her heartfelt and stunning prose. M. Robinson did not give readers a generic love story. She gave her readers an unforgettable love story that was raw, passionate, fragile, and vulnerable. She exposes every facets of emotions from anger, jealousy, betrayal, hurt, pain, loss, hope and love. So in this New Adult Contemporary novel, M. Robinson will undo every preconceived notion you thought her books were. She will bewitch you with her knack of creating a love story that is filled with angst, suspense, and redemption. “I love you, Aubrey. I fucking love you, and I don’t care who knows.” The story of Dylan and Aubrey is a love story that will never be forgotten. It is a story that will haunt you, stain your heart, and be etched into your mind. Their love was supposed to be simple and carefree. It was the kind of love that made you say that these two truly belong together. She was the yin to his yang. Together they complete each other. She was his promise. And he was her always. But how can a love so intense, tangible and palpable be easily destroyed? Their love was meant to be forever and how could it be undone so easily. The strings that were holding Dylan and Aubrey together began to fray and unravel when an unthinkable event changed the course of their lives forever. It was not just one life that came crashing down but two. Lives were destroyed. Hearts were ruin. Forgiveness was hard to come. Anger and resentment was the dividing force that was standing in their way. And love was at a standstill. Undo Me was a story that was meant to be experienced. It is a love story that takes readers down a tumultuous journey of what Dylan and Aubrey's love had to endure and sacrifice. Love was not meant to be easy since no love is truly perfect. And surely enough, the love of Dylan and Aubrey was tested not just one time but so many times. What truly made this book stand out was that M. Robinson had me in the palm of her hands as she was able to evoke some tears out of me. She is well aware that I am super picky when it comes to her heroes and let me just say she DELIVERED. M. Robinson made DYLAN the heart of the story. She made her readers understand the real Dylan. The asshole Dylan. The lovable Dylan. The angry Dylan. And most importantly the Dylan that loved Aubrey. The Dylan who can break our hearts and piece it back together with his words or maybe it's Southern accent when he says "suga." But whatever Dylan that M. Robinson showcased, she gave her readers a gritty, vulnerable, and raw character. A character that was meant to undo you. “The years of memories, mistakes, and regrets came rushing over me. Piling on top of me, their weight suffocating me. The first time I met him. Our first talk on the beach. Our first date. Our first kiss. The first time he told me he loved me. The first time we made love and every time after that. Our love… That was taken away so harshly, so violently, so unfairly.” “For the first time in my life I was lost. I tried to find that man. The one that you met. The one that you loved. The one that was made just for you. I couldn’t find him. The more I searched, the harder it was to accept that I might never be him again.” When it comes to epic love stories, readers tend to remember the pinnacle defining moments of the hero and heroine. And usually leading up to these moments, the author would throw in an angst scene. Well, M. Robinson went beyond that. She gave her readers a journey worth of angst that will have you holding your breath as you await what led to the downfall of Dylan and Aubrey. Hearts will be racing as you are taken on one bumpy and twisty journey of second chances. The road to healing and loving again was not an easy feat for Dylan and Aubrey. It was truly a journey of finding oneself and learning to forgive. So if you are looking for a love story that was sweeter the second time around then UNDO ME is the book for you. Review can also be found on Four Chicks Flipping Pages: http://fourchicksflippingpages.weebly...M. Robinson

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sheila'S Book Corner

    I can't even begin to write my review yet because my heart is sill pounding out of my chest but here are a couple of gif I found to make you see how I feel. Oh did they ever. Until one day the first twist happens! Yes I saw the first twist because from that twist it was a snow ball effect. It just sucked you in Bringing in another twist, and then another and then the biggest twist of all! I can't even begin to process it. It was just BECAUSE THE BEST LOVE STORIES ARE THE ONES THAT FIGHT FOR IT!!! I can't even begin to write my review yet because my heart is sill pounding out of my chest but here are a couple of gif I found to make you see how I feel. Oh did they ever. Until one day the first twist happens! Yes I saw the first twist because from that twist it was a snow ball effect. It just sucked you in Bringing in another twist, and then another and then the biggest twist of all! I can't even begin to process it. It was just BECAUSE THE BEST LOVE STORIES ARE THE ONES THAT FIGHT FOR IT!!!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Aliana Milano

    Okay, so I actually finished this amazeballs book before release but the book hangover I was left with wouldn't let me write a decent review. "You make life, Aubrey, it doesn't make you" "I played the games. I set the match. I made the rules." Fine by me, Dylan ;) "I knew right away that I wanted you to love me like that." My heart

  20. 5 out of 5

    Lily Aizawa

    I really have a problem with this author. She claims to like sex...well, so do we all. Unfortunately it's tainted in this book. Must the women be so poorly treated every single fucking time? A woman got beaten, check. A woman got raped, you got it. A woman sells her body, comming right up! I mean... ugh. I didn't even know this was the same author of VIP and when I found out, I was like "ok...makes sense". Jeez.. This book sucks... Don't know why so many 5 star reviews.. oh well.. must be me.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Erin Noelle

    Just when I thought she couldn't get any better, M Robinson delivers with Undo Me, the third installment of the Good Ol' Boys series. The journey of Aubrey and Dylan had me smiling, crying, cheering, and frustrated as hell. I loved every single page.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Christina

    Infinite stars!!!! Amazing from start to end..every page was pure perfection

  23. 5 out of 5

    Meret Magdi

    4 stars❤ This book just undid me.. So far, this is the best book in this series❤.. Before reading it, I had a feeling I was going to like this book a lot, and I wasnt disappointed :D.. It really messed with my feelings :( .. Im still not sure I like Aubery though, I dont know why, but she makes me angry.. But I still LOVE it :')❤..

  24. 4 out of 5

    Christina Pannell

    Really good book. There’s a lot of heartache and violence but you knew it was coming from reading Forbid Me.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Swathi

    Undo Me.. wow, it was such an 'angst inducing' , 'play with the emotions' kind of book. It's very tricky to review this book, when you take the subject matter that's dealt with into consideration. I didn't like the book. At all. But, why? Let's start from the beginning. Dylan and Aubrey are high school sweethearts. While Dylan was quite an asshole at the beginning, Aubrey was a force to reckon with. It was all sunshine and rainbows at the beginning. Until it wasn't. That's where the plot twist plays Undo Me.. wow, it was such an 'angst inducing' , 'play with the emotions' kind of book. It's very tricky to review this book, when you take the subject matter that's dealt with into consideration. I didn't like the book. At all. But, why? Let's start from the beginning. Dylan and Aubrey are high school sweethearts. While Dylan was quite an asshole at the beginning, Aubrey was a force to reckon with. It was all sunshine and rainbows at the beginning. Until it wasn't. That's where the plot twist plays its part.. I don't even know if you can call it as one. It's like one of those romance movies where there are little Labrador puppies running through wheat fields and things are so sweet that it's making you nauseous, but suddenly shit hits the fan. Big time. While initially I didn't like Dylan much, his character growth curve was remarkable through the book. The same can't be said for our darling Aubrey. Even before the said plot twist, she was constantly trying to make decisions for the both of them. Over a point of time, I couldn't help but think that she was selfish. It maybe self preservation, and what not. At the end of the day, there are two persons in a relationship and dear Aubrey always thought and made decisions single handedly, and also they turned out to be mostly bad. Now, about the plot twist. What amount of angst and tragedy is considered realistic? When does the said level of tragedy in a book makes you wanna try to tear the book apart instead of grieving with the characters? This was a serious dilemma I went through while reading this book. What happened to Aubrey was horrible. As a woman who is a survivor of abuse - if not to the level that she undergoes - I could relate to her need for self destruction, while I couldn't relate to the lengths she went to do it. That's when this book went from being realistic about an utterly horrendous issue to being a book that simply used the tragedy as a marketing gimmick to lure more people to buy the book. And I hated that. Yes, she was only human, and yes again, humans can be weak when facing completely dire situations. But Aubrey never wanted to survive. She didn't even want to redeem herself with what happened to her baby by atleast trying to be a better person. She drowned herself in self pity, searching for punishment in a twisted sense of paying penance, thereby drawing more and more destruction to her body and to her soul. And she ruined Dylan's life, despite whatever the hell of an explanation and character redemption the author tried at the end. I just couldn't accept the level of folly. When are our authors going to write about women who may hit rock bottom, but are not afraid to get up?

  26. 5 out of 5

    Anesha †Curious & Obsessive Bookworm†

    THREE UNDONE STARS!! I struggled with this. Boy, did I struggle. Within this series, I'm really appreciative of the way they take us back to the specific individual's youth growing up. Then it just all comes together with each chacters, filling in the blank spaces you never got from a different perspective. I was eager to see what had Aubrey changing the way she did. Each time I read a part where she shut down, I'd wonder if that was the punch line. But then, to get to the big thing - My heart went THREE UNDONE STARS!! I struggled with this. Boy, did I struggle. Within this series, I'm really appreciative of the way they take us back to the specific individual's youth growing up. Then it just all comes together with each chacters, filling in the blank spaces you never got from a different perspective. I was eager to see what had Aubrey changing the way she did. Each time I read a part where she shut down, I'd wonder if that was the punch line. But then, to get to the big thing - My heart went out to her. It was absolutely devastating! †“I learned right then and there that the hardest part of watching someone you cared about go through turmoil was how helpless love could make you feel. Everyone."† Dylan was a sexy alpha through and through! Damn him if he didn't had me going - even when he was young, I'd admit, the cougar in me was born if I had to go to that length. Sosorrynotsorry :P Although the content was good and rewarding as I got deeper, I didn't quite like the writing which I would think should get better seeing as it was the 3rd in the series. But Audrey had that moment of stupidity that pissed me off - the way she pushed Dylan away (Yea, I get she was hurting - but maybe how it was written didn't make me believe but rather annoyed the fuck out of me.) Also didn't quite like the fact that she often assumed rather than talk it out with Dylan. I swear that guy would have found some way to literally move the fucking moon if she asked him to. But in the end, it all worked out - and what more can I say? Other than the wait for Austin book is finally fucking over!!! :D †“Sometimes people needed to see the light before they could get out of the darkness.” †

  27. 5 out of 5

    Bookylicious

    I wanna just cut to the chase first. Before my full review for this book I wanna make somethings clear. why I gave 3 star to this one? I absolutely read this in one sitting. I couldn't keep my hands off of it. My heart was beating so hard and my tears were falling all through the book. BUT :) The first half of the book, I cried because of their strong feelings and what came between them.(yeah for that first bad thing happened but not last) and my heart beating so fast like Im living with them an I wanna just cut to the chase first. Before my full review for this book I wanna make somethings clear. why I gave 3 star to this one? I absolutely read this in one sitting. I couldn't keep my hands off of it. My heart was beating so hard and my tears were falling all through the book. BUT :) The first half of the book, I cried because of their strong feelings and what came between them.(yeah for that first bad thing happened but not last) and my heart beating so fast like Im living with them and watching first hand. 2nd part was not what I was expected at all. I cried because of frustration. Although the writers writing skills and keeping the reader on edge abilities was perfect, it made me give my kindle to my 1 year old WHO really loves chewing by the way. Yeah I left my precious kindle to her mercy:))) I read all kind of kinky, twisted and dark books. I can't say that I loved all the books I read or the characters. Eventhough I love HEA's I respect the writers choices and accept that when there is no HEA. I know that the writer of this series loves HEA's I knew there'll be a HEA. But after all those bad happenings (I really wanna give so much spoilers here:)) I felt there is no turning back from those situations. Maybe writer made the wrong decision with this book... Not one year, not 2, not even 5... 18 FUCKING YEARS???? WTF???? I wanted to stab myself after %80 of the book. I hoped for them to find their way all through the book. Yeah (view spoiler)[rape (hide spoiler)] was a hard subject to write but I even fucking accepted that. But giving their HEA at the age of (view spoiler)[40 ????? after not speaking nearly 16 years and then after that 2 years?**? (hide spoiler)] Questions to the writer: (view spoiler)[1- I hated that this writer made her 16 year old boy characters like sex gurus. How can a 16 year old be that good at that age??? NOT REALISTIC.:))) Yeah u could ask me that, this bothered u out of all that shitty things that happened? yes that bothered me a lot. 2-After the rape, when her parents learned all, why on earth not put her in theraphy??? 3-How can no one in her family didn't understand that Jeremy beat the shit out of her all those years? 4-How can Dylan let her live with him even though he knew jeremy beat the shit out of her??? 5-why not her parents take the ropes in their hands and say sth to Dylan about his daughter? (hide spoiler)] and the list goes on and on...... Whatever, I loved her writing style but not this book. It was totally self torture to watch 2 people in love for nearly 20 years not working out their shit.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Silla Webb

    The Good Ol' Boys series is a standalone series that tells us the story of childhood friends, from their earliest moments together to current time. Although the good ol' boys each share a common bond of friendship, honor, and camaraderie- each character and their tribulations through life are all completely unique. Forbid Me left readers with a jaw-dropping cliffhanger of sorts that led into Undo Me- Dylan and Aubrey's story. The reader can simply assume the plight behind that scene- why was Dyl The Good Ol' Boys series is a standalone series that tells us the story of childhood friends, from their earliest moments together to current time. Although the good ol' boys each share a common bond of friendship, honor, and camaraderie- each character and their tribulations through life are all completely unique. Forbid Me left readers with a jaw-dropping cliffhanger of sorts that led into Undo Me- Dylan and Aubrey's story. The reader can simply assume the plight behind that scene- why was Dylan arrested? What happened? Aubrey and Dylan's relationship has always been explosive- push and pull, give and take. But- Undo Me will surprise the reader in more ways than one. Undo Me shattered me to the core. With each surprising turn of events, my heart beat a little faster and the tears that welled in my eyes were soon full blown sobs- ugly cries! And just when you think- the rough seas have calmed and the wreckage will settle- BAM- another soul-crushing twist that will leave you breathless. I have never read a book so gripping, so heartfelt and deep as Undo Me. Undo Me is truly poetic- the irony of the characters tribulations wasn't lost on me. Character Development: Dylan McGraw- I'd be lying if I said I was excited for his story. Dylan is abrasive, cocky, and arrogant. It's the way he carries himself-self-assured and confident, an air of authority that everyone respects and succumbs to because he is simply- Dylan McGraw. But when you peel back the layers of McGraw to reveal the affectionate, protective, and charismatic charm- you will see the true man. I fell head over heels for Dylan almost immediately and that took me by surprise. Dylan's emotions throughout the story are completely understandable and beautiful to say the very least. Aubrey- She is brazen and fiery from the moment she steps toe to toe with Dylan, trying to put him in his place. Little did she know, he knew his place and it was wherever he felt he should be at the moment. She didn't expect that tantrum to be the roller coaster that would become her life. Through the story we see many changes from Aubrey- from the fiery girl she once was, the shattered and empty woman she becomes, the healing and forgiveness she finally allows herself to find. Aubrey's story is jaw-dropping, completely unexpected and raw- gritty-deep. Undo Me will do just that- UNDO the reader. You will be left shattered, exposed, and consumed by their story. I have never read a book so gripping and electrifying.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jessica *The Lovely Books*

    This definitely takes the cake for most depressing in a series...even though it did end on a HEA. It also may have knocked off Bo and Half-Pint as favorite couple...almost.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Coco.V

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