Unspeakable

Unspeakable Carl Herbold enjoys being bad And he is terrifyingly good at it He graduated easily from juvenile delinquent to full blown killer Now he has carried out a daring escape from jail and is headed back to

  • Title: Unspeakable
  • Author: Sandra Brown
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 313
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Carl Herbold enjoys being bad And he is terrifyingly good at it He graduated easily from juvenile delinquent to full blown killer Now he has carried out a daring escape from jail and is headed back to where it all began Anna Corbett was widowed right before her son was born Beset by debt and personal tragedy, she faces the toughest challenge of her life holding on tCarl Herbold enjoys being bad And he is terrifyingly good at it He graduated easily from juvenile delinquent to full blown killer Now he has carried out a daring escape from jail and is headed back to where it all began Anna Corbett was widowed right before her son was born Beset by debt and personal tragedy, she faces the toughest challenge of her life holding on to the ranch that is her son s birthright unaware that she is at the centre of Carl Herbold s vengeful plan Drifter Jack Sawyer is a seemingly easygoing cowboy whose past is shrouded in mystery Stalked by secrets he can no longer outrun, he is hoping to protect Anna and her son from Herbold s rage All must grapple with their own demons before the final tumultuous confrontation.

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    1. I put off reading this one for a long time as I saw some low reviews for it. I ended up really liking it. Carl Herbold has escaped from prison and he is heading back to Brewer County, hell bent on revenge. What a nasty character he was.Born deaf, lately widowed, Anna Corbett fights to keep the ranch that is her son's birthright, unaware that she is at the center of Herbold's horrific scheme. She lives a solitary life, with her son and father-in-law. But a handsome stranger arrives at the farm JA [...]

    2. 2.5 starsI'm really sad to say that I didn't enjoy this one. I skimmed a little, I got bored a lot and I wasn't even left with a satisfying answer. For once in a lifetime, SB really didn't do it for me. It's not that it is not an enjoyable book, it is, it is well ploted and well written, but the choice of a deaf-mute heroine killed the story for me. I love Sandra Brown's books precisely because of her incredibly good dialogues, because of the sparkling banter between the hero and the heroine, an [...]

    3. 3.5 StarsIt was good but i'm not sure exactly what was missing but it just didn't stand up to others by SB that i've read in the last few weeks so couldn't give it 4 stars.

    4. Not my favorite Sandra Brown, that’s for sure. One of the reasons this book didn’t worked for me was that it took me forever to listen to it (I listened to the audiobook). I didn’t have many opportunities to listen, so I listened to small portions with long breaks between them. I think it took some pleasure from my reading experience. I prefer to read my romantic suspense quickly.The next and more important reason is low suspense level. Romantic suspense is my guilty pleasure and I want to [...]

    5. 2.5-starsWhere were the awesome characterizations?Where was the sexual tension?Where was the suspense that kept my interest from the start?*sigh*. It lacked pretty much everything I look forward to from Brown’s books, and the only twist that occurred in the end materialized out of nowhere. Not Brown’s best.

    6. Overall rating: 4.5 stars!Triggers:Cheating: (view spoiler)[ No(hide spoiler)]Love triangle: (view spoiler)[ No(hide spoiler)]Sex with om/ow: (view spoiler)[ No(hide spoiler)]Intimate pasts: (view spoiler)[ The heroine, Anna, is not a virgin. She was married before and it's definitely been over 5 years for her because she was pregnant with his son David when he died. She did love her husband, but misses being withs someone and is open to a new relationship and sex. The hero, Jack, references in [...]

    7. This was a reread for me and I loved it this time as much as I did the first time I read it. It's a great romantic suspense with it being heavier on the suspense than romance. Anna (h) is a widow with a young son living on her father in laws ranch in Texas. She had married the man she loved and was ready to have her HEA, and then he joined the army. She supported this decision and stood by him through it all. When he came home from Dessert Storm he was one who came down with the mysterious illne [...]

    8. Big Penis = Twoo Luvvvv!The second book I’ve read from this author and we’re 2-for-2 on a penis length conversation that occurs between the hero and the single mother heroine’s young son (“Hey, Ma? How come his thing is so ginormous?”) In both instances it was an awkward discussion that made me squirm even though I knew it wasn’t real; however, I would totally read another book by this author if only to determine whether this is part of her personal formula. And if not, maybe it shou [...]

    9. This was my first experience with Sandra Brown's work and I was really excited about reading Unspeakable. The author jumps right into the plot, setting the stage for an action packed story of revenge, redemption, and second chances. There was so much potential! So why was it so difficult to get through? Let's start with the problems first, that way we can end on a positive note.The main problem I had with the book surrounds the "evil" persona of the bad guys. With the exception of Myron's obviou [...]

    10. A vivid running dark movie, a picture show on fast forward also it’s a crazy wild, wild ride in every turn of the pages. of life’s true realities, of , passions, hurts ,wants desires& pains, With much healings be gain .Only love can break its evil chains Last calladrenaline junkies! Here ya go this one for you! I wouldn’t be surprised that any average Joe would be well entertained with this book. Furthermore, the flow of the storyline has a feel of unisex appeal .Better yet in fact, I [...]

    11. The heroine is deaf. She surprises our hero who had preconceived notions about the deaf. Contemorary romance.So many hearing authors put in a deaf character in their work and get it wrong. There is not a deaf person who will read past the term, "deaf and dumb," Or "deaf mute." Since there are more of us than the hearing think, that is a lot of readers to lose!!!Applauds to Sandra Brown for getting it right!

    12. 4.5 stars - Another amazing read that had me enthralled all the way through! Brown is such a master at manipulating characters and readers alikenning them through a tangled, twisted maze of plot lines and then dropping a bomb shell on them near the end! I was left speechless once again at a surprise reveal at the last minute. While I'm often able to follow the clues that are sprinkled throughout her books, I'm seldom ever able to figure out "who done it" until the end. Another Page Burning Must [...]

    13. Style and LanguageSandra Brown´s thriller Unspeakable was published in 1998 and according to that is the language and ethics of it. For the author means that, her language is kind of soft although some figures use a very blunt way of expressing themselves. Anna is deaf-mute and lives with her son and father-in-law at a ranch a bit outside of the small town Brewer. Their quiet life becomes turned around when the criminal Carl Herbold flies out of prison and makes his bloody and brutal way across [...]

    14. This book is definitely not for the faint of heart, not so much horror gruesome but rape gruesome. I know that throws a lot people off coming from a female writer but I commend Mrs. Brown taking those kind of chances in her books. This wasn't my favorite book by her but I still enjoyed the read.

    15. Violent but it's not overly descriptive. The psychopathic bad guy is one sick puppy, but don't let that put you off - this is a damn good read.

    16. The one thing that I love about Sandra's writing is when she ends a chapter in suspense and sometimes doesn't start the next chapter on what is about to happen. Some tense parts had you thinking that you knew the character but suddenly that was changed as you kept reading.Sandra had me falling in love with a relationship that blossoms towards the end of the book. I felt like I was a character standing right there watching this intense love unfold. She had me encapsulated in the tangled developme [...]

    17. Another fantastic romantic suspense from the master Sandra Brown, slowly building up the twists and turns and possible scenarios to an explosive finish I never saw coming. 2016 was the year I discovered this author and she never disappoints with not one book less than a 4 star read so far!!

    18. Granted, this is not Sandra Brown's best work but I still found it interesting. The characters were believable, the love was sweet, the resolution was unexpected, some 5-star ingredient was missing however.

    19. Sanda Brown never lets me down, she tells a great story and I really enjoyed this novel.

    20. This was one of the most violent and gripping Sandra Brown books I’ve read! I didn’t even try to put it down. The ability to meld the violence with the caring and complicated relationship part of the book is part of what makes this author so popular. The big tough cowhand relating tenderly to a fatherless five year old boy brings tears to my eyes. There is always a twist at the end that I never seem to see coming. I guess that’s why I keep going back for more!

    21. I LOVE Sandra Brown but wouldn't recommend this book to anyone.This is the creepiest book I've ever read. To be in Carl's mind as he murdered and raped his way around was disgusting. I can deal with bad things happening in books but I didn't need to be in the bad guy's head while they happened. He was vulgar. BlehhhAlso multiple characters talked about "sharing women" and "taking their turn". Ew, just ew. Don't read it

    22. Sandra Brown wrote on of my favorite books, "Envy" as well as several others and reading her books is always a place I find myself going back to from time to time. Unspeakable was interesting, particularly her writing about a deaf woman. I always love when writers write about something a little different than your typical characters (the ugly duckling who turned beautiful, the beautiful one running away from someone, someone with emotional baggage). This was about a widowed deaf woman with a you [...]

    23. [Trigger warning: rape]Sandra Brown writes a good thriller. Unfortunately, she's also a prolific romance writer, and I find that a bit too much of that genre creeps into her thrillers for my liking. There's definitely a niche for that kind of thing, though.What I found disappointing about this particular book was the amount of rape in it – especially coming from a female author. (Gratuitous rape – and, worse, eroticised rape - is unfortunately rife within the horror and thriller genres, due [...]

    24. This book is about a Deaf woman who was recently widowed. She and her child moved in with her deceased husband's father on a farm. In this book, a stranger moved to the town and ended up working on the farm. He fell in love with the Deaf woman and wanted to be her "knight in the shining armor". The reason I gave this book 3 stars are because I feel that the author could have done more research on Deaf culture and she made a lot of mistakes in her assumptions. I do not like how she made the Deaf [...]

    25. In Sandra Brown's Unspeakable, this became one of my favorite romantic suspense from her, since she wrote it so eloquently from a hearing impaired character's POV so delicately wonderful. Born dead and recently widowed, Anna Corbett fought to keep her ranch that's her son's birthright, while she was unaware that she's at the center of Carl Herbold's horrific scheme, when her self-imposed isolation is about to explode. Carl Herbold was a cold-blood psychopath who just escaped from prison, where h [...]

    26. I didn't see the ending coming at all. First I had an oh no don't tell me that then it wasn't what I even thought had happened. A sweet love story and a variety of people and how their lives intertwine with the lives of a couple of escaped convicts in Texas. The biggest story happened over two decades ago and was left unsolved. Hang in there through the story line of each character and how they are associated with each other it's well worth the finale.

    27. This isn't a book I'd recommend to others, however, it did keep my attention. Mid-way through I thought about stopping but decided to keep going because I was interested in how the author was going to tie the story up (as opposed to what the characters are going to do next, which means the book has me totally engrossed.) The story is gory, even, I think, when it wasn't supposed to be. There's a stark image in the story when a character is so hungry his stomach thinks his throat has been cut out. [...]

    28. Sandra Brown's books are consistently good. Her narrative is well written and she develops her characters well. This book (as well as her others) does not allow me to guess the ending. The story involves a deaf woman and Sandra did a great job researching the "world" of the deaf. It does contain her usual heroine and heart throb but she builds a believable relationship between the characters and spices it up with well written hot sex! While her book(s) are not meant to be deep reading, they are [...]

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