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review 2017-11-15 20:24
Great Read
Let There Be Love (The Sled Dog Series) ... Let There Be Love (The Sled Dog Series) (Volume 1) - Melissa Storm

Let There Be Love by Melissa Storm is an entertaining read.  Ms. Storm has given us a well-written book loaded with amazing characters. Lauren found a box with memories of dog sled racing in a closet after her father is killed in an auto accident.  She knew nothing about his life as a racer and goes to Alaska to investigate.  Shane was injured in a snowmobile accident and Lauren is hired to help with the dogs while he recovers.  Their story is full of drama, suspense and bits of humor.  This is a clean read, appropriate for any age.  I enjoyed reading Let There Be Love and look forward to my next book by Melissa Storm.  Let There Be Love is book 1 of The Sled Dog Series but can be read as a standalone.  This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.

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review 2017-11-09 18:12
Only for You (Sugar Lake) by Melissa Foster
Only for You (Sugar Lake) - Melissa Foster

 

Many of our most defining moments are born of heartache and pain. What makes them prolific is that those instances are when a person is at their strongest. Ms. Foster never seems to forget that and it shows within her stories. In the face of loss, adversity and uncertainty, she inspires. Only for You is a tale of fearlessness. Bridgette is afraid of being left behind.  Bodhi is a loner.  His career has made him that way. A dangerous lifestyle leaves no room for a heart, when he'll only end up breaking someone else's in the long run. How does a person learn not to fear life, when hurt is their constant companion?  With a little bit of hope, a whole lot of faith and an abundance of love, anything is possible.  That's what's so special about this author.  She pushes readers to open their hearts and believe in the impossible.   Love has no boundaries.  

 

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review 2017-10-28 17:36
"Switchback - Nightshades #2" by Melissa F Olson
Switchback: A Nightshades Novel - Melissa F. Olson

"Switchback"  is the second 200-page episode in Melissa Olson's series about an FBI unit tasked with investigating crimes by vampires (shades) whose existence has just been revealed to the world. The twist is that the FBI unit has the second oldest vampire in the world as a consultant.

 

Carrying straight on from "Nightshades", "Switchback" sees the team called in to investigate a shade attack on the police department of a small, rich, very white "village" just outside Chicago.

 

Like its predecessor, this is a light, fast, fun read that is well paced, well plotted and doesn't give you time to draw breath. Reading this is like watching an episode of a good SyFy show that's just getting into its stride and where all the mysteries lie ahead of you.

 

I could eat up one of these a week, so I hope Melissa Olson keeps them coming. There was a gap of fifteen months between the first two. Still, I'm also keen to read the next book in her Boundary Magic series and I live in hope of a sequel to "The Big Keep" so I'm willing to be patient.

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review 2017-10-27 04:14
Changed my mind on who my Favorite character was!!!!!
Girls Made of Snow and Glass - Melissa Bashardoust

While I still really love Lynet, my absolute favorite character has to be the Huntsmen. I really loved his and Mina, as well as Lynet's and his relationship. I also love that he seemed so alive, and he believed in Mina even when she didn't deserve it.

I also started to warm up to Nadia and Lynet's relationship, even though Nadia does something that if I was Lynet I don't know if I could have forgave her. I also really loved the very complicated relationship of Lynet and Mina. Those two had so much in common, but yet they were both so very different. 

I really didn't like either of their dads, especially Gregory, the way he was to Mina, and to me he was so cray, cray!!!!!  I did love how the book ended, and the outcome of the relationship of Lynet and Mina. While there wasn't much action and adventure in the book, I still enjoyed the world building and getting to know the different characters. 

I am so glad I was given the chance to read this book by the way of NetGalley, after I requested to read and review it. I really enjoyed reading this book and I would read the book again, as well as recommended it to my friends and families.

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text 2017-10-26 06:09
Reading progress update: I've read 55%.
Girls Made of Snow and Glass - Melissa Bashardoust

At first I wasn't sure if I was going to like this book, because it was a little bit to strange to me. But now I am really enjoying the story a whole lot, I would have to say my favorite so far is Lynet, I think she has a really sad life. Her dad really creeps me out, the way he talks about Lynet looking like her dead mom. I also see where Mina is coming from having Gregory as a father, and being married to Nicholas, Lynet's father. But she did want to be queen. The most fascinating character is the huntsman, he is probably my second favorite character. I am not really feeling Nadia so far at all, she's the one that is suppose to be Lynet's love interest. I think they have a cute friendship but I don't feel her as Lynet's love interest, I hope that changes her quickly. 

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