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Unseen (Breaking Free Book 1)

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What happens when the only one you see finally see’s you? Cruz de Jesus has always seen Ellie Carre. Always loved how crazy and free she was from afar. With his camera firmly in his hands finishing out his senior year invisible should have been a piece of cake. He was almost home free until a punishment brings Cruz and Ellie face to face for the first time. Ellie has alw What happens when the only one you see finally see’s you? Cruz de Jesus has always seen Ellie Carre. Always loved how crazy and free she was from afar. With his camera firmly in his hands finishing out his senior year invisible should have been a piece of cake. He was almost home free until a punishment brings Cruz and Ellie face to face for the first time. Ellie has always been the life of the party. Known around school for her fun loving, crazy ways, she owns her bad reputations. But that is just what she wants people to see. Letting someone in is not something she does easily… until Cruz. Will Ellie open her eyes and see what it feels like to be loved or will she slam them shut like she is used to.


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What happens when the only one you see finally see’s you? Cruz de Jesus has always seen Ellie Carre. Always loved how crazy and free she was from afar. With his camera firmly in his hands finishing out his senior year invisible should have been a piece of cake. He was almost home free until a punishment brings Cruz and Ellie face to face for the first time. Ellie has alw What happens when the only one you see finally see’s you? Cruz de Jesus has always seen Ellie Carre. Always loved how crazy and free she was from afar. With his camera firmly in his hands finishing out his senior year invisible should have been a piece of cake. He was almost home free until a punishment brings Cruz and Ellie face to face for the first time. Ellie has always been the life of the party. Known around school for her fun loving, crazy ways, she owns her bad reputations. But that is just what she wants people to see. Letting someone in is not something she does easily… until Cruz. Will Ellie open her eyes and see what it feels like to be loved or will she slam them shut like she is used to.

32 review for Unseen (Breaking Free Book 1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Natasha Davis

    I've finished and I'm happy apart from the ending omg Katie!!! So this story is of the wild and reckless Ellie who has never loved or let loved in she's crazy,drinks and has a reputation as a slut but looks are deceiving so after plagiarism she is punished to help with the school year book and meets the shy but seriously hot cruz who is at home behind a camera he's watched Ellie from afar and has always liked her now,throw in a lot of banter lots of laughs and a couple destined to be together an I've finished and I'm happy apart from the ending omg Katie!!! So this story is of the wild and reckless Ellie who has never loved or let loved in she's crazy,drinks and has a reputation as a slut but looks are deceiving so after plagiarism she is punished to help with the school year book and meets the shy but seriously hot cruz who is at home behind a camera he's watched Ellie from afar and has always liked her now,throw in a lot of banter lots of laughs and a couple destined to be together and we have one fantastic book can't wait for Katie's book wow!! Brill read

  2. 4 out of 5

    Caron

    I'll see about getting to this book this year... Can't promise much since I've kind of moved on from books like this. I'll see about getting to this book this year... Can't promise much since I've kind of moved on from books like this.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lekeisha The Booknerd

    This book needs editing! I think that I’m done reading self pub books for a minute. I know, I know; not all self pub books are bad. But, the last few that I’ve read makes me want to just give up reading them altogether. That’s not my only problem with this book, however. The main character, Ellie, and her best friend Katie got on my last nerve. Seriously, they are two of the most spoiled, selfish girls that I have ever read about. In those 134 pages, I was annoyed to no end. Ellie is all ‘woe is This book needs editing! I think that I’m done reading self pub books for a minute. I know, I know; not all self pub books are bad. But, the last few that I’ve read makes me want to just give up reading them altogether. That’s not my only problem with this book, however. The main character, Ellie, and her best friend Katie got on my last nerve. Seriously, they are two of the most spoiled, selfish girls that I have ever read about. In those 134 pages, I was annoyed to no end. Ellie is all ‘woe is me’ because she was caught cheating on an essay or something, and she had to make up for it by helping out on the Annual Staff (that’s the yearbook, if you didn’t know). Cruz is the geeky photographer on staff and is in charge of showing her the ropes. He is secretly in love with the girl (I don’t see why) and almost had a melt down when she came through the door. And on and on it went… Ellie and Katie drink vodka to drown out their problems and make fun of others. It’s just not my thing to read. And Cruz pining after Ellie didn’t make it any better. He basically ignores his best friend to hang out with her. Not cool. And Ellie’s character changed from pompous brat to respectable young lady on the same page. What? I can truly say that this book will not be enjoyed by anyone over the age of 18. Why you ask? Because the characters and dialogue are poorly written and this is your basic private school drama. This story is like one that you’d write about in your high school English Lit class. You know, where you aren’t an experienced storyteller but the teacher wants you to put your imagination on paper for a grade. Using words in the wrong context, like they’re when it should be their. And not separating dialogue from character to character. It’s all jumbled up in places and you have to backtrack to understand what’s being said. I cannot recommend this book. To anyone. Ever. Not even young adults.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Marie Côté

    This should be a draft, not a published book. Self-publishing doesn't allow you to skip proofreading... The story would only suit some young teenage girls; there's not much going on, only private school drama. Didn't enjoy, can't recommend. This should be a draft, not a published book. Self-publishing doesn't allow you to skip proofreading... The story would only suit some young teenage girls; there's not much going on, only private school drama. Didn't enjoy, can't recommend.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Gale

    Couldn't get to book yet Couldn't get to book yet

  6. 4 out of 5

    Olga

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Cepeda

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  10. 5 out of 5

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  12. 4 out of 5

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    Caroline Williams

  14. 4 out of 5

    Vicki Stevens

  15. 5 out of 5

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  16. 5 out of 5

    Melllo

  17. 4 out of 5

    Brittany Price

  18. 4 out of 5

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  19. 4 out of 5

    Emily

  20. 5 out of 5

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  21. 4 out of 5

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  22. 4 out of 5

    Book Diaries

  23. 4 out of 5

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  24. 4 out of 5

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  25. 4 out of 5

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  27. 5 out of 5

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  28. 5 out of 5

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  29. 4 out of 5

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  30. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Peterson

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    Elizabeth Patch

  32. 4 out of 5

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