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Ife easier but the time he spends around his live in nanny the she makes things hard He cant take advantage of her vulnerable position but he cant deny the truth either with every look every smile every midnight meeting Nates untouchable employee is stealing his heart The trouble is she doesnt want to keep it Forbidden love isnt high on Hannahs to do list and trust isnt one. I really enjoyed this Hannah was incredibly relatable She has insecurities and uirks and she's funny and awkward and charming in her own way and Nate was in love with his first wife but he's stopped grieving and never gives you cause to think he might not be fully in love with Hannah The progression of their relationship is believable and the way Nate finds Hannah's personal idiosyncracies cute is really lovable The writing is really smooth and the author is very funny there were a lot of moments that made me laugh out loud

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Sleeping with the staff wasnt part of the planSensible capable and ruthlessly efficient Hannah Kabbah is the perfect nanny until a colossal mistake destroys her career and shatters her reputation These days no one in town will hire herexcept Nathaniel Davis a brooding widower with a smile like sin and two kids he cant handlePrim and proper Hannah is supposed to make Nates l. I loved the first book and I just knew I would love this one too Thankfully it did not disappointHannah is an unemployable teacher due to a moment of madness on defense of her sister That indiscretion cause her to lose her teaching license but not her love of teaching kids When it looks like she’ll be stuck in meaningless jobs she literally bumps into a new gig as a live in nanny But how can that work when the dad is Nate a boy man now that she crushed on since elementary schoolNate is only now back in town and trying to get his bearings He never wanted to return but with his moms illness his younger brother needed help caring for her and he wanted his kids to get to know her He didn’t expect to see Hannah He always liked her when they were younger but never said a word Now that they’re both older and single perhaps something can happenWhat I enjoyed about this book was the way Nate is written He is obviously attracted to Hannah but understands the optics of falling for and perusing someone who works for you He clearly wants her but doesn’t want her to feel obligated to reciprocate And Hannah is just as awkward and at ease and I’ll at ease at the same time It was lovely writing and an all around enjoyable book Vuela A Tu Libertad the staff wasnt part of The Tiptoeing Tiger the planSensible capable and ruthlessly efficient Hannah Kabbah is Uncanny Valley: A Memoir the perfect nanny until a colossal mistake destroys her career and shatters her reputation These days no one in Differential Equations and Their Applications town will hire herexcept Nathaniel Davis a brooding widower with a smile like sin and Varshas Honeymoon two kids he cant handlePrim and proper Hannah is supposed Holt McDougal United States History to make Nates l. I loved 100 activités d'éveil papa-bébé the first book and I just knew I would love Interview with the Vampire (The Vampire Chronicles, this one Star Wars Chevaliers de lancienne République, Tome 1 too Thankfully it did not disappointHannah is an unemployable Best Bear Ever!: A Little Year of Liz Climo teacher due The Camphor Flame to a moment of madness on defense of her sister That indiscretion cause her Sprayed! to lose her عقلانیت و معنویت teaching license but not her love of Artists Wives teaching kids When it looks like she’ll be stuck in meaningless jobs she literally bumps into a new gig as a live in nanny But how can Souhaits dangereux that work when Gracey (The Gracey Trilogy the dad is Nate a boy man now Discover Your Type of Beauty that she crushed on since elementary schoolNate is only now back in Whitewashing War town and Summer in February trying Les Berbères : Mémoire et identité to get his bearings He never wanted Inconsistencies in Greek and Roman Religion I to return but with his moms illness his younger brother needed help caring for her and he wanted his kids A History of Mozambique to get The Organization Man to know her He didn’t expect Der Rentner-Kalender 2020 - Bildkalender (24 x 34) - mit lustigen Cartoons - Humor-Kalender - Comic - Wandkalender: by Dirk Pietrzak to see Hannah He always liked her when Lonely Planet Honduras & the Bay Islands they were younger but never said a word Now Servia and the Servians that Rocket Boys: A True Story they’re both older and single perhaps something can happenWhat I enjoyed about Hands-On Industrial Internet of Things: Create a powerful Industrial IoT infrastructure using Industry 4.0 this book was 10 règles de français pour faire 99% de fautes en moins the way Nate is written He is obviously attracted Dying, Death, and Bereavement to Hannah but understands The Satyricon (Penguin Classics) the optics of falling for and perusing someone who works for you He clearly wants her but doesn’t want her Outpouring of the Soul to feel obligated The Clout Of Gen to reciprocate And Hannah is just as awkward and at ease and I’ll at ease at Crime et Châtiment the same Los Lisperguer Wittemberg time It was lovely writing and an all around enjoyable book


9 thoughts on “Untouchable: A Small Town Romance (Ravenswood Book 2)

  1. says:

    Completely enarddddd by this book. I knew it the moment I finished the prologue and the story followed all the way through. It's impossible to not love hannah and nate, together, separately (but mostly together!!!!). they do the trick and they come together like magic. there was a ton of ruth, evan, and zach in this too. I really liked that. not to mention, a new character who shows up and steals hearts BIG time from their very first appearance.

    noteworthy excellent body positivity and fat rep (as you know is a big part of talia's books) and mental illness (depression) rep (to the point where they have normalized conversations about it, and it's V A L I D A T I N G !!!!!), also hannah is queer (bi/pan) and references encounters with women on page.

    tropes include: estranged friends to lovers, single dad, employer/employee (nanny) relationship

    READ THIS BOOK (and her others)! HYPE THIS AUTHOR! She puts a lot of heart and care into writing these books. I don't know her outside of her writing but the writing shines enough for itself. She cares about around the board representation, and her writing is just SO. ADDICTING!!!!


  2. says:

    I loved the first book and I just knew I would love this one, too. Thankfully, it did not disappoint.
    Hannah is an unemployable teacher due to a moment of madness on defense of her sister. That indiscretion cause her to lose her teaching license but not her love of teaching kids. When it looks like she’ll be stuck in meaningless jobs, she (literally) bumps into a new gig as a live in nanny. But how can that work when the dad is Nate, a boy (man now) that she crushed on since elementary school?
    Nate is only now back in town and trying to get his bearings. He never wanted to return but with his moms illness, his younger brother needed help caring for her and he wanted his kids to get to know her. He didn’t expect to see Hannah. He always liked her when they were younger but never said a word. Now that they’re both older and single, perhaps something can happen?
    What I enjoyed about this book was the way Nate is written. He is obviously attracted to Hannah but understands the optics of falling for and perusing someone who works for you. He clearly wants her but doesn’t want her to feel obligated to reciprocate. And Hannah is just as awkward and at ease and I’ll at ease at the same time. It was lovely writing and an all around enjoyable book.


  3. says:

    In Untouchable, Hannah Kabbah, who is the prim and proper sister who goes to bed wearing cardigans and socks but always in a suit by day, finds herself out of a job and so she responds to the widower, Nate’s request for a nanny. One problem: Nate is her school crush from when they were teens and now he is even good looking with tattoos and piercings and two adorable children. Nate feels he has loved Hannah for centuries, but will their working relationship affect this love they have growing between each other?

    After reading Book 1: A Girl Like Her, I knew I would adore Untouchable. I truly did, but first let me just say that the Kabbah sisters are very different, a little off in my opinion but they are so hard NOT to love still. Their “offness” is what deducts a star from a perfect five star story.

    The story itself gets so many cool points: Romance, great storytelling, a hot guy, adorable kids all are good ingredients for the story. However, I feel like the Kabbah sisters inherited their mother’s “offness”. Hannah roams around in her head so much that she never realizes she is appearing to dislike Nate until she feels it is too much too late. There were a couple of intimate scenes in the book where Hannah would say some weird stuff and I was like, “Hannha…why?”

    In fact, the Romance/Courting Phase was sizzling versus whatever the heck Hannah was doing. Nate was Nate. He saved the story truly.

    He tries to balance fatherhood while dealing with rollercoaster emotions because of his dying mother. I actually liked him than Hannah.

    My overall opinion of the Kabbah sisters is that they are hard not to love but it does take a special man to love them because they are something else entirely. I appreciate the fact that both sisters feel comfortable in PJs though. It is refreshing reading about women who are not always "girly girls" I also appreciate how the author sheds light on what real families go through when there is a medical condition as serious as sarcoidosis and how depression can affect someone’s perspectives in a relationship.


  4. says:

    I really enjoyed this. Hannah was incredibly relatable. She has insecurities and quirks and she's funny and awkward and charming in her own way and Nate was in love with his first wife but he's stopped grieving and never gives you cause to think he might not be fully in love with Hannah. The progression of their relationship is believable and the way Nate finds Hannah's personal idiosyncracies cute is really lovable. The writing is really smooth and the author is very funny there were a lot of moments that made me laugh out loud.


  5. says:

    Now, this may sound really weird but I love that Hannah has a broad nose. And that is described in the first chapter so readers have a good sense of what she looks like early on. Most black heroines I’ve read don’t tend to have African features such as that, heck most of them, if their skin tone is described, are barely darker than a paper bag. So it was a very nice touch. (And that’s coming from someone who is almost “caramel” herself.) If the heroines are considered attractive with “elegant” “cute” features (in the mind of the hero) then their noses are straight, euro centric (though of course not all Africans have broad noses, it’s just reading fiction you’d think no black woman had them and that no one would find them attractive if they did); but here Nate still thinks she is “walking art”. I love that. Dark skin and a broad nose, really love that. It’s the little things that just make me adore a story; like how Hannah wears a silk scarf to bed too. How many authors write about that as well? That’s missing from the world of Romance. But once again Talia Hibbert delivers. She writes about things that are often overlooked — from Ruth’s autism to Hannah’s depression and Shirley’s misdiagnosis. I really appreciate the twist she gives to this genre, it stands out in the best of ways. And Hannah is plus sized too, size 18 (uk); that’s not something often seen either.

    I love (I know, I’m using that word a lot) Hannah’s insecurities. Nate comes to adore her and I love when she finally realises that, and is able to let her guard down and just be; but I think it’s realistic that she didn’t at first, realistic that she is insecure in the romance department given how she was an outcast at school and her other experiences such as her already married father leaving her mother. If Hannah wasn’t insecure it would be a big suspension of belief for me. It’s ok for heroines to be insecure, for me it’s makes them real, it’s relatable. They’re not going to be strong all the time, especially black heroines — I love seeing that. There isn’t only one way to be black. And once we get to it the romance doesn’t disappoint. It is so good; it’s tender and sexy and funny — like this whole book really. It’s just everything. I love these two almost as much as I love Evan and Ruth of A Girl Like Her fame.

    The only caveat I have is I wish the girl talk with Hannah, Ruth and Rae wasn’t interrupted so soon, that they’d been able to talk a little longer. Their dynamic seems very promising. That may just be my hangup about Romance in general; not always but often the heroine tends to be so wrapped up in the romance that other things are given a backseat. I didn’t think Hannah was like that entirely but I do wish other things in her life had been given a chance in the spotlight, like the aforementioned girl talk; we could have gotten to know Rae a bit as well. I think she’s central in the next Ravenswood book so that would’ve been a good opportunity to whet the appetite.

    One example of what I mean is the conversation between Nate and his brother Zach about their mother’s Shirley. That conversation was very well done. We learn things about each character and their fraternal relationship is fleshed out. Plus it’s an incidence of men who aren’t allergic to their emotions. It also piqued my interest in what Zach, Ravenwood’s playboy, could have meant when he said he wasn’t interested in sex any. Could he be ace and not have realised (I’m asexual, so I always love to see that reflected in fiction); whatever it is, I think we shall see in the next book. I’m intrigued.

    Another other slight gripe is, as humorous as the interaction between Patience Kabbah and Nate was, I also wish that had been longer. Just to flesh out that dynamic and her character a little . But I like that she was cautious and didn’t instantly love him. Not that he isn’t a good guy, at heart, but it just seems to be my gripe with Romance in general once : if the parents don’t hate the significant other, they love them instantly, no questions asked. Where the balance? It was certainly represented here.

    I adore the snippet of Hannah’s blog that’s linked at the end. Here’s an extract of one post:

    The Mental is Physical
    When you have a mental illness, people will say that it's 'all in your head'. When they say this, they mean that you are imagining things. They mean that, if you tried hard enough, you could will your 'bad' thoughts away and replace them with 'good' ones. They mean that your energy, or your vibe, or something else ephemeral and uncontrollable, is to blame for your struggles. And if you were strong or smart or sensible enough, you could fix things through sheer force of will. It's all smoke and mirrors anyway, right?
     
    Obviously, they're wrong.


    Yes! This times a thousand. As someone with mental heath issues, they’re so wrong it’s not even funny.

    Definitely an insightful, slightly unconventional romance. Would definitely recommend this book for lovers of romances with heroines who as worthy of experiencing love as their mentally typical, lighter skinned, slimmer counterparts; also those who like diverse romances, particularly ones where something other than said diversity is a cause of conflict.


  6. says:

    In many ways a very good read although I never understood Hannah's obsession with keeping her romantic relationship a secret, which was the plot driver. The reason given was her Father's relationship with her Mother and his desertion, which I found hard to accept as an explanation.
    The children were lovely, not overly cute or obnoxious as they so often are in books.
    The sex was fairly explicit.


  7. says:

    Awesomeif you are looking to read a book with intellect, well developed characters with real feelings, context and something other than the usual playing hard to get blah blah then wham bang thank you blah blah and so forth..then this series is worth giving a go. I would suggest reading A Girl Like Her first where we first meet Hannah. I look forward to the next book in the series!


  8. says:

    I loved a woman so well described and intoned I could ‘see’ her. I nearly referred to her as quirky but she was just every woman. Giving words to feelings we all have another great read. Also what a man is Nate. Everything got me in my feelings so much 5 stars all the way


  9. says:

    This is one of the best romances that I have ever read. I loved it.


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