Calling Nate Thornhill a rich, cocky, arrogant asshole would be an understatement.
He also happens to be stunningly handsome, popular, intelligent, and captain of both the crew and lacrosse teams at UVA. I hate him for thinking he's untouchable - not because he's a narcissistic, privileged, borderline-misogynistic heartbreaker but because he's right.
His first words to me were at a crew house party, and he invited me to have a threesome with him and a random girl. I could've died from the embarrassment; he didn't even know my name at the time, and he didn't care to. After that night I promised myself never to waste another second thinking about Nate Thornhilll.
My world becomes a nightmare when I realize my mom's new husband, Pierce, has a son who's my age...and he's a junior at UVA, too. I can't believe my eyes when Nate walks over and sits down next to us at dinner, introducing himself like he's never seen me before in his life.
Then I feel his hand on my thigh - underneath the tablecloth, with our parents sitting across from us - inching closer and closer to my panties. My mind goes fuzzy, my heart starts racing, and my body does exactly what I don't want it to do.
And then they hit me with the worst news of all….
Pierce has an internship lined up for me at his firm, and we're going to live at his Eastern Shore mansion for the summer.
I'll be sleeping down the hall from my new stepbrother...arguing with him at every breakfast, sitting across from him at every dinner, watching as he brings an endless string of girls back to his room...secretly wishing I was one of them.
Stepbrother Untouchable is a standalone novel. It contains adult themes, harsh language, and graphic sexual content.
©2015 Colleen Masters (P)2015 Colleen Masters
There is always an excitement of wanting the untouchable. This book brings the excitement and scandal together and add genuine love and passion for a great listen. Good narration is also a plus.
this book may be for YA because it's written like high schoolers not adults in their later years in college..the hero and heroin is in their 20"s but you wouldn't get that from the dialogue. I understand the author wanted to make the heroin innocent but that doesn't mean the author has to make her sound so stupid . her clothes are frumpy and she is so beautiful but doesn't know..and oh yea she refuseds to buy new clothes .. and is so overwhelmed with the new money she has from her mother's marriage. .I think this book is in the wrong gene it is diffently YA.. DON'T DO IT..MOVE ON FROM THIS SERIES. . thank goodness it was free or I would be requesting a refund.
this book is really bad..why does the step dad have to be a bad guy. why can't the heroin mother just be happy. I suppose the premise is the relationship between the hero & heroin would be incestuous. . but we all know there is no blood relation. .so mom & step dad has to be bad for each other.. really. . this is a really bad book. if you are a young adult enjoy. .if you want a true adult story with passion and great dialog keep it moving this isn't the book for you. oh yeah BTW did I not tell you the heroin is a virgin what a SHOCKER! . .this is not a spoiler btw because you will pick up on this in the beginning of the book.. let say this again
tye heroin sounds like a simpleton just an idiot. .I was literally clenching ever time the heroin had dialogue ..now how old is she again?
It Really Surprised Me..It Is A Well Written Book...I Am So Sick Of Books That Are Short & Empty, Like An Hors d'oeuvres' Tray.......This Book Was Like The Meat & Potatoes Entree !!!!
I wasn't fond of the author's writing style. The story was tolerable at best. It was just blah....
"freaky awesome. Colleen Masters deserves a prize
it nothing like I thought it would be.... but when I read it wonderful;) yea it was really in key.
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