Quadruple Quickie! Indisputable by A.M. Wilson


Title: Indisputable

Author: A.M. Wilson

Publication Date: March 16, 2015




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?


Christina’s 4 Star Review

I have to admit, when Tatum and Jacoby met in the first chapter, I had a pretty good idea of the way things would go down. The thing that set this one apart for me, from other books with similar story lines, was the development of the characters. I really liked Tatum and Jacoby. The connection between the two was believable, and while not nearly as taboo as it could have been, there was definitely a heat between the two of them. There were many times that I got a little frustrated with Tatum, I think it was mostly due to her immaturity, however Jacoby made up for it in spades. Seriously, I loved him…he is definitely swoon-worthy. I liked that Tatum had some serious baggage that she was able to overcome and she is one of the stronger heroines that I’ve seen in this type of book. This was a great read and as soon as I got into it, it sucked me in and I didn’t want to put it down. The story was well developed and the characters were multidimensional, but that ending! I would have liked an epilogue at the very least to get a better sense of ending. The author has definitely left the door open for a follow on book, however I’m not sure if that was her intent. Indisputable was a solid four star read for me and I highly suggest it for fans of teacher/student romance.


Julie’s 3.5 Star Review

Tatum has a sordid past and is very private and untrusting of others. When she meets Jacoby in a time of need, she allows him to help her out of a jam and after feeling an undeniable chemistry she accepts his invitation for a meal. The next few weeks will prove to each of them that despite every obstacle they face, the two can’t stay away from each other and they don’t want to. They each have their own demons to face and problems to work through, but they choose each other.

The synopsis of this story drew me in and had me excited to read a student-teacher romance that had so much more to the story. I enjoyed the story and the relationship between Jacoby and Tatum. I felt that their connection was a special one and it gave me the feels that a good love story should. I had two minor issues with the book. One being all of Tatum’s issues and problems seemed a little much. The second was that the ending felt very abrupt to me, somewhat incomplete. I would still rate the book 3.5 stars and would recommend to readers who enjoy a student/teacher love story.


Rachel’s 3.5 Star Review

This story started off so well. Tatum Krause is a proud, stuborn 18 year old with the weight of the world on her shoulders. Her way of dealing with her pain and the hand she has been dealt is somewhat self destructive. Then comes along the swoony 25 year old Calculus teacher, Mr Jacoby Ryan with his own problems and commitment issues. The result is life changing for the both of them and it’s beautiful to witness. There is some serious sexual tension between them and the pull towards each other is very strong. Jacoby has a great knack of sensing Tatums pain, and the way in which he reaches out to her to help her actually gave me butterflies. It’s not all sweetness and light between them though. There is some push and pull between them and at times they each left me exasperated!

This book had a lot going on, which was awesome but unfortunately the end part of this story fell a bit flat for me. I felt it kind of just finished without much resolve. There isn’t any plans for a second book and we were left with too much not addressed, not even an epilogue to bring the story to a close. For people that don’t mind that, this is a great book but for me it made me drop my 4 star rating down to 3.5 stars. Sadly the ending, although enjoyable just wasn’t enough for me.


Jennifer’s 3 Star Review

I’ve always been a sucker for a student teacher romance.  I love a little bit of forbidden in my reads, and Indisputable didn’t disappoint.  What sets this book apart though, from other books in this genre, is the development of the female lead, Tatum.  There is an underlying story beneath the student teacher aspect of the story.  Tatum has not had an easy life.  She’s lived on her own since she was 17, after finding her mother overdosed in the bathroom. Her past has led her to become a cutter in order to control her life. I really sympathized with her character and hoped for a bright future. She really deserved it after everything she’d been through.

Jacoby, the teacher, was not as well developed as Tatum. Although he also has a sad situation in his past, it is not deeply explored.  I did like his character though.  He was kind and so supportive of Tatum and her issues.  Although their relationship took place over a school semester, it unfortunately did feel like “instalove”. I understood it but I didn’t feel it like I hoped I would.

There were some questionable aspects to the story as well.  They live in a very small town where the school is K-12.  If Jacoby was living in the town for 2 years, how did Tatum not know him or run into him prior? Why is a teacher bringing his 18 year old student to a bar and allowing her to drink? How did they not get caught? There is not much conversation on getting found, and they even have a very hot encounter in the classroom one day 😉 With that said, I still got the warm fuzzies at several points in the story, I think that those that enjoy this genre, will not be let down.

“For the first time since I stepped inside these walls four years ago, it doesn’t feel so lonely. It might be because I’ve finally found the control I’ve craved my entire life, and it doesn’t come from a sharp metal blade. It might be that I’m finally ready to fight like hell for something I want more than my next breath. Or maybe it’s the simple fact that I know he’s here.”


About the Author

A.M. Wilson fell in love with writing in second grade when she won a young writers’ contest. She spent the years following carrying around a spiral notebook, which she filled with poetry and short stories detailing the dramatics of being a young girl. When she hit her college years, she set the notebooks down and fell in love with reading romance novels. She may have attended college four separate times in four different fields, but always knew in her heart writing was her true passion. She grew up in Duluth, Minnesota and spent her summers in the cold waters of Lake Superior, but relocated to the Twin Cities with the love of her life and has two spirited children who make her world go round.

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