Unbreakable (The Unblemished Series, Book 3) by Sara Ella







⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️

Wow! This book took the unexpected to a whole new level. The timeline is a bit hard to follow in places, but I can’t really tell you why without giving spoilers. But in the end, it all flowed together beautifully. So, here we are.

I had high hopes for this one after falling in love with Unblemished and Unraveling, and this epic conclusion did not disappoint. I didn’t know that it was possible for my heart to be broken so many different ways through a book. Thanks, Sara.

But really, thank you. Because my heart was also mended in a thousand ways through your words. I identify with Eliyana on so many levels, that these stories felt personal. Sara really has a knack for drawing you in and making you feel like you’re part of the story. I could envision myself traipsing through the woods or into danger right alongside Eliyana, Ky, Joshua, and the others we’ve grown to love over the last two books.

The Verity is a complex and often befuddling entity; as is its relationship to the Void. In this book, we finally get their origin story and learn how they, along with the kiss of infinity, really work.

We also get to see Eliana’s healing in the way she accepts herself—mirror mark and all—over time. And aren’t we all growing more into comfort with ourselves—or learning we need to grow a bit uncomfortable—over time?

Then there’s Ky, who just really shifts into a power player here. Seeing his struggle from his perspective really digs into our very human struggle over right and wrong, jealousy and love, and so much more.

Unbreakable is yet another lovable and fascinating read from Sara Ella. Next up on my list from this author: The Wonderland Trials.

Reasons to Love It

📚 magic
📚 strong female lead
📚 Fairytale reimagining
📚 YA fiction
📚 fantasy
📚 healing family relationships
📚 time-travel
📚 multiverse
📚 enemies to friends/lovers
📚 royalty
📚 redemption
📚 sacrifice
📚 forgiveness


What’s the outside? The shell I’m stuck in? This doesn’t define me. Never has, never will.

Eliyana, p. 14

Pain is something you get used to after a certain passage of time. In a way, it becomes its own kind of comfort. Because pain is familiar.

Ky, p. 59

It takes a real man to recognize vulnerability is a strength, not a weakness. And the same goes for you. Let the act go, lower the walls, and let people in.

Tide, p. 87

Any ruler who chooses suffering over saving is no ruler at all.

Joshua, p. 290

My Take

Love is a wild and conquering force. It can lead us to sacrifice everything. Or if we lose it, we can become broken, unrecognizable versions of ourselves.

Click here to find out where to purchase your own copy.

I’d love to hear from you! What Sara Ella book is your favorite? What were your thoughts on this one? What other fantasy books have you read and enjoyed? Or what are you reading right now that you really love? Drop a comment below!

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