Unrequited - One Girl, Thirteen Boyfriends, and Vodka.

  • Title: Unrequited - One Girl, Thirteen Boyfriends, and Vodka.
  • Author: Christy Heron
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  • Page: 202
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Unrequited One Girl Thirteen Boyfriends and Vodka You may think Unrequited is your typical Romance novel but it s not January Estlin doesn t live in New York City Her life doesn t involve vampires or a roll your eyes unrealistic sex life and she d
    You may think Unrequited is your typical Romance novel, but it s not.January Estlin doesn t live in New York City Her life doesn t involve vampires or a roll your eyes, unrealistic sex life, and she doesn t date overdramatic, complicated billionaires January dates who you date and when you read Unrequited you ll say, Omg, I ve been through that, right I know exactly wYou may think Unrequited is your typical Romance novel, but it s not.January Estlin doesn t live in New York City Her life doesn t involve vampires or a roll your eyes, unrealistic sex life, and she doesn t date overdramatic, complicated billionaires January dates who you date and when you read Unrequited you ll say, Omg, I ve been through that, right I know exactly what she means Unrequited, a contemporary Anti Romance novel from Christy Heron, is a funny, fresh, sexy, true to life story, told through the eyes of our main character, twenty something January Within a year of meeting Jack a year filled with lascivious sex and drama January quits her job and moves from Los Angeles to Jack s hometown Problem is, he has a girlfriend, while January is single and desperately in love with him In the small beach town she now calls home, she parties and dates as often as she puts her car key in the ignition You ll read January s drunken, late night texts, personal diary entries and delight in your front row seat to the action while January encounters boyfriends, girlfriends, travel, career choices, and a Black Sea of Ketel One Her number one priority is Jack, and January will do anything to turn their sporadic, wildly bodacious fling into a committed relationship Will January Estlin move on and grow up, or decant the rest of her life into a champagne flute, while pursuing the unattainable

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    About Christy Heron


    1. Christy Heron has been writing professionally for the last thirteen years She has written four novels, short stories, poetry and has just released her new Anti Romance Novel Unrequited One Girl, Thirteen Boyfriends, and Vodka this summer with great success Her style is unique and her ability to relate to readers is innate Ms Heron paints vivid pictures through words raw storytelling and vibrant detail making her audience feel as if each page has come alive A tan, candid, Southern California blonde however beyond the exterior she is an infinite collection of characters and stories She loves to make her readers squirm and blush, just enough Her boisterous, confident, yet deeply intimate personality dances on the pages of her books making them one of a kind She is currently working on her follow up novels, Twenty Something and Blonde A Tale of a Los Angeles Life on The Verge and Soulcrusher.Christy Heron can be reached at authorchristyheron gmail.


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    1. This book is definitely in a class all of its own. I could relate to the story having lived through the age of the main female character myself. The journey she takes is easy to relate to either in our own lives or having heard about it in a friend's life. This book describes the real world where men are no longer the gentlemen they were in the 50's and women are no longer the quiet, shy, stay at home housewives of the same era.Walk side by side with the main character, January as she experience [...]

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    2. 3.5 stars. love can either destroy you or save you. This is not a typical love story. it's honest and gritty, and at times very frustrating. It's a train wreck I couldn't look away from and what kept me reading. At times I wanted to shake January and tell her to snap out of it. Thankfully, we watch January evolve through out the book. And even though she's emotionally stunted and does things that have you shaking your head, you can't help but route for her. It was a good read, a little slow at t [...]

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    3. What would you do for love? If you are January Estlin, you wouldn't give it a second thought. Since she has her sights set on Jack and nothing or nobody will stand in her way I must admit, the name of the book made me very curious. And I'm glad it did. Unrequited-One Girl, Thirteen Boyfriends, and Vodka is a tongue-in-cheek roller coaster ride. It will make you laugh, cry and bring out emotions that many of us haven't felt in years. Ms. Heron did a fantastic job of portraying the twenty or thirt [...]

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    4. This book is written very well. It reminded me as a cross between Chelsea Handler's "are you there vodka it's me Chelsea" and "50 shades of Grey" . She tells little stories of herself that I can relate to Boys and vodka

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    5. January is an easygoing, erratic woman with a tipsy lifestyle. The book follows her through her emotional train wrecks with different boyfriends, though the plot focuses mainly on her ‘relationship’ with a guy named Jack, who is, by definition, a complete jerk. Their on and off relationship consists of quick hookups and one night stands. January ends up learning from her unhealthy fixation over Jack. In a way, he inspired in her to find strength in herself – though she still had a tendency [...]

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    6. This book has an inventive, stylish writing style and stands in a class by itself. It's definitely not like your average women's lit. It's lyrical, darkly funny, and unabashedly crude, all at once. It's easy to relate to for any girl in her twenties (and beyond) who's experienced the current bar/dating scene. You'll cringe at times watching January obsess over the clearly unworthy Jack, but it might strike a chord in your memory of a time when you loved someone who wasn't deserving of it. Januar [...]

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    7. 3.5 of 5.0 stars This took a bit to get into but once I got used to the writing, I found myself hooked on the story of this writer/personal assistant to a wealthy couple, named January who can’t shake her obsession with a man (Jack/SFF) who only gives her the time of day when he wants to hook up. This goes on for several years, despite job changes, moves to and from LA, other relationships on both sides, and it darn near wrecking January’s sanity. Does she get this guy out of her system once [...]

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    8. This review is also posted on my book blog, Captivated by BooksJanuary Estlin is like any other woman in her twenties – lost, in love, and trying to find herself. Of course, it would help if she wasn’t so in love with the unattainable Jack (or SSF ‘Short Fat Fuck’ as she and her friends call him), that she moves back to her hometown ‘for my writing’ (at least, that’s what she tells herself). Between sleeping with Jack when he gets away from his girlfriend, a succession of men Janua [...]

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    9. I am probably one of the few women who can't fully relate to January, the main character in this book. For starters, I have no idea what it's like to be a single adult. I have been with the same man (who I am now married to) since I was seventeen years old. So, while I've certainly gone to bars, I've never been there for the purpose of finding anyone, and I've never made a habit of frequenting them either. And January is in love with Jack, a guy who sees her as a friend with benefits. She is hop [...]

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    10. I was quite annoyed at Christy Heron last week. I planned, after a hard week of work, to snuggle in bed on a Friday evening, read her novel, Unrequited, for an hour and get a well-deserved rest. Unfortunately, I simply couldn’t put the bugger down, so she owes me a good few hours’ sleep and an apology to my Saturday morning club for me being so sluggish that day. The positive I suppose is that the somewhat rarity of finding a refreshing and breath-taking narrative was shattered for me that n [...]

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    11. My wife read this and wrote this review for - I thought it was funny, so I am posting it here as well.You have got to love any story that begins with the line, “I blame Frank Sinatra.” Yet then caustically corrects that a bit later with the follow up, “It’s not Sinatra’s fault. I blame Ray Liotta.”This may give you a peephole view into the mind of Christy Heron, author of “Unrequited: One Girl, Thirteen Boyfriends, and Vodka.” This tale tracks the haphazard path of January’s e [...]

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    12. A story of addiction. Not to drugs or alcohol, though Ms. Heron is not shy in her characters ability to drink. A lot. But about addiction to love, to the desire to be loved. January convinces herself what she feels for Jack is the real thing, the big wow. She pursues, she pleads, she text stalks, drunk dials and makes all the poor decisions regarding the guy who doesn't deserve her. Jack doesn't deserve any woman really, he is the guy without a heart or conscience. But January still wants him. T [...]

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    13. That is an excellent story.I really enjoyed this book so much because it was a realistic story. I already read many romantic story but this is the best one. Most romantic stories that I read all have similar plots and they are unrealistic; making them pretty hard to relate to.The story focuses around January and she has fallen helplessly in love with Jack. Her and Jack have hooked up previously. January decides to move to LA to capture Jack's heart. She finds out after that Jack already has a gi [...]

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    14. Unrequited - One Girl, Thirteen Boyfriends, and Vodkaby Christy HeronFirst of all, I have to say that the cover and the title threw me off and to be honest I was hesitant to read it. The phase "you can't judge a book by its cover" totally applies here. How wrong I was and I should have stopped what I was doing, sat down and started reading it as soon as I opened it in my mail!!!!Did you ever read a book that you wanted to shake the character at the same time cheering her on? Well this is it! You [...]

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    15. “Unrequited” tells the story of January Estlin, her obsession with Jack who comes off as bit of a douche and her many alcohol-induced “un-romantic” adventures through the Los Angeles club scene. The story is raw, honest, funny and sad and it is all of these things in an emotionally draining kind of way. Christy Heron’s narrative writing style is very authentic and original, and January Estlin reminds you of a hyperventilating (and very loveable) energizer bunny that is also on steroids [...]

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    16. This book was interesting to me and drew me in! I think that as women, we can all relate to January. She's madly in love with Jack, but can't seem to get him to commit to the relationship and he seems to view it as a hookup. Jack has a girlfriend, but January desperately wants that position! She's moved to be in the same city with him and wants his love. While she's moved, she's starting dating a bunch of other guys who seem to be an unique bunch of people. I loved her dating story and felt as t [...]

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    17. Let me introduce January Estlin. You will definitely be given a bird’s eye view of her world in this novel. No holding back, no filter. January is a 20 something, extrovert with emotions considered outrageous, however deep down inside we all know we feel, or have felt them at one point in our lives as well. A wave of sexual encounters, combined with a waterfall of Ketel One. This youthful social-light lets us view her life the way it really is, not just how she wants people to see it, an hones [...]

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    18. Sorry could not get past 2% just too much confusion going on. l'd suggest an editor. I could see some positive elements to writing style but too many errors and too many convoluted sentances for me to be able to follow or care abt characters. I was over both of them by 2%.

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    19. Really enjoyed this. January is a bit of a car crash You want to look away but can't! One of those books you just can't put down :-)

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