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Indisputable by [Wilson, A.M.]
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Reader discretion is advised. The main character uses an unconventional coping mechanism that, while very real, may be disturbing to some readers. Mature audiences only, please.

Eighteen year old Tatum Krause wants nothing more than to finish her senior year without any more drama. After the near overdose of her drug abusing mother the previous year, she moved out in the hopes of making something better for herself. However, the week before her final year, she ends up needing the help of a sexy stranger who's about to flip her world on its axis.

Jacoby Ryan only wants one thing: to forget his past. The last two years have been filled with empty feelings and women in an attempt to stem the heartache and guilt. He's ghosted blindly through the motions until late one night he finds a car stalled on the side of an empty highway, where he meets a beautiful girl with a haunted look in her eyes.

She has a secret, but so does he. Despite their magnetic pull, the two come to the shocking revelation their relationship isn't so black and white. Is it possible to fight a bone-deep attraction when the entire universe is telling you it's wrong?

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  • Print Length: 246 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00TNP3BP4
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #153,124 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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"When faced with the ultimate decision, you have two choices. Embrace the situation or get the (sic) out of dodge." Tatum in Indisputable by A.M. Wilson

When I read the synopsis for this debut, I was intrigued. I was surprised the author reached out to me with a galley for review.

#1 This is the author's debut novel.
#2 Stories of forbidden love deemed by society make me weak at the knees.
#3 I have a thirst for unique fresh stories that immerse me in with the characters and keep me there until the last page is turned.

Indisputable is the story of an eighteen year old high-school student who has experienced a rough start in life. Eighteen and emancipated in her parents, Tatum is a goal-oriented sassy, spunky, and often angsty senior with good grades, who also holds a full-time job working forty hours a week at a Senior Living Center in Minnesota. Living on her own leaves her to own devices, often seeking shelter from her solace with the wrong choice of company. Despite her young age, she is a very mature individual and understanding of her surroundings, as well as the consequences of her own actions. To deal with her trauma, she resorts to a not-often-discussed-enough type of coping mechanism. What that is - well, you will have to read the novel to find out. One night she is stranded by the side of the road and a kind, good samaritan comes to her aid.

Jacoby Ryan is a sweet kind man with a heart made of gold, who happens to be a teacher, and alike Tatum he comes with a past full of heart-break and pain. He meets our heroine and offers her a ride home when her car breaks down. Before doing so, he buys her dinner and is enthralled by her from the get-go. After dinner and a panty-combusting kiss, they go their separate ways.
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Amazon.com: 4.3 out of 5 stars 76 reviews
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars good student/teacher romance 17 April 2015
By Justirishgirl - Published on Amazon.com
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The fact that it was a teacher student romance did not bother me as the heroine Tatum was 18 years old and not inexperienced and Jacoby was still in his twenties. They have good chemistry and the smex scenes reflect it. I liked jealous possessive protective heroes and Jacoby is. I liked that they were faithful to each other and that there were no long separations, which I dislike. I always want the hero to have loved the heroine more than any other woman but in this case it did not bother me that he loved his fiance as much as the heroine as she was no longer part of his life and he was able to love the heroine as much. A reviewer mentioned that they never get caught in a moment of passion and that was nice. I agree. Most of the teacher/student romances I read includes that as an element and I think it is unnecessary. I thought the actions of Tatum's prior friends with benefits actions after the relationship ended were unlikely. It did not seem to fit that he would act the way he did, regardless of the fact that he was drunk and/or high. I thought the scene that included him doing those things to her was not needed and detracted from the romance and the hero and heroines other problems. They already had enough to deal with without adding that trigger. I was fine with the HFN ending but it there is another book, making this a series, I want it to be about another couple with the Tatum and Jacoby as secondary characters.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely adored this book!! A definite must read!! 18 March 2015
By A. Grayson - Published on Amazon.com
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***Received from author in exchange for an honest review.***

I absolutely adored this book. We meet Tatum and Ryan at the beginning of the book when Ryan stops to help a stranded Tatum. From the very get go there is an attraction between the two. Sparks fly, but they still go there separate ways. When they meet again they are in a situation where nothing can become of their mutual attraction. Animosity develops, but the heat still rises between them.

Tatum has not had a very good life up to that point. I can't spoil it for anyone but let's just say that Tatum has a good reason for being the jaded person she is. She's very smart and works hard but there is a sadness to her as well. Because of what life has handed her she has had to become hard and unwilling to let people in.

Ryan is such a sweetheart, most of the time. Because of the desire he holds for Tatum and not being able to do anything about it, not to mention her attitude, he can come across as not so nice at times. He can sense that Tatum has had an easy life and wants nothing more than to help her, if only she would let him. He holds his own secrets as well. Secrets that has caused him to hold back when letting people in.

What we have is a love story that seems impossible. Two people that carry secrets and are scared to trust. What Tatum goes through, and what she ultimately puts herself through, is heartbreaking. And Ryan, his past is just as devastating. I loved these two characters. The writing was absolutely suburb. It's hard to imagine that this is the authors first book. I was totally amazed at how well it was written. I can't wait to read more from this author! Job definitely well done!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great first book!!! 15 April 2015
By Sharon Holland - Published on Amazon.com
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Tatum has had a lot of hurt in her life. When her mother almost overdoses, she's had enough. So instead of going into foster care, she gets the judge to let her live on her own. So between finishing school and working as a CNA full time she doesn't have much time for herself. But one kiss from a stranger changes it all...especially when she shows up for the first day of her senior year to find one of her new teachers is the stranger with a kiss she can't forget.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Loved it! 27 May 2015
By Mrs. S - Published on Amazon.com
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I really enjoyed this book and I was surprised to find out this is the author's debut novel. The plot was great, characters were likeable, and the love connection was palpable. The female lead character was very well developed in my opinion. She's a teenage girl who had to grow up pretty quickly because of her rough childhood with a drug-addict, single mom, yet, in spite of having to mature through hardship she still is a very young girl who has immature reactions at times, which made her character much more believable. I loved the male character too, but I feel like he could've been more developed. While I enjoyed the attraction, growing love, and the hot scenes, I was a bit put off by the hot encounter in the school premises, but that may just be the prude in me!

I'm hoping the author decides to write a sequel. I would love to read more about Jacoby's BFF Trey, also about Tatum's friend Kelsey, and learn more about what Tatum and Jacoby are up to next when she goes to college.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars I was drawn into their world. 22 March 2015
By Kay J J - Published on Amazon.com
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First a disclaimer: I am a picky reader.
With very little free time, and so many fabulous books to choose from, I tend to be very selective when it comes to my next read. After coming across more than a few promotions for Indisputable on my Facebook feed, I preordered it on Amazon. I am so glad I did.
A.M. Wilson crafts a tale that drew me in and held me there. Can this really be her first published effort? In several places, her turn of a phrase was nothing short of prose.
I will admit that as a forty-something year old woman, who has learned a thing or two about life and self-worth, there were places I wanted to shout some sense into this eighteen year old protagonist. But the emotional maturity was true to her age and experience, and I can appreciate that.
I am looking forward to this writers next work.