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review 2016-12-20 16:36
Midnight Lies & Midnight Shadows by Ella Grace
Midnight Lies: The Wildefire Series - Ella Grace
Midnight Shadows: A Wildefire Novel (Volume 3) - Ella Grace

I can't be bothered with writing a separate review for each story, because...Well, it's a pretty much same review.

Slower than a sloth's pace, predictable, boring, and dull, with bland, one-dimensional characters, weak suspense, and...Did I mention predictable?
The heroines (all three of them) acted like they were fresh out of high-school and nothing close to thirty, the heroes were rather mature in comparison, making the difference in behavior and actions even more glaring. The girls' issues are glaringly disproportionate to what happened eighteen years ago (I'm sorry, but I just don't understand why you have to act like a brat/idiot/bitch toward the man you love just because everybody says your father killed your mother and then committed suicide), and the chemistry/romance between the leading pairs flimsy at best and non-existent at worst.
And why do they all have to be magnets for crazies? Predictable, glaringly obvious crazies?

I really don't know what to make of this series. Are we sure Ella Grace and Christy Reece are the same person? Because it doesn't "sound" like they are. I simply couldn't get into either story because of the slow pace and lack of emotion and/or chemistry between the two leads.

Maybe it would've worked better if this was a series of short stories instead of this overblown, overcomplicated, and "over-written" concoction.

A huge disappointment.

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review 2016-12-20 16:30
Midnight Secrets by Ella Grace
Midnight Secrets - Ella Grace

Being a fan of the Last Chance Series, written by Ella Grace’s alter ego Christy Reece, this was a true disappointment.

I didn’t like any of it. Nothing.

It was so slow, any slower and it would’ve been moving backwards. The initial backstory of the teenager romance slowed it even more, while all those chapters could’ve been spared .

I didn’t care about the characters, not in the past nor in the present. There was no depth, no personality, no emotion. They were one-dimensional and bland, and I just didn’t feel or see the supposed love between them. In the past they dated because she saw him as some kind of hero and he felt she was the only one who accepted him. Novelty, really. In the present, I felt nothing else drew them together but misplaced guilt, anger, and that heartbreak from so long ago that didn’t exactly scream realistic to me.
Everything was blown out of proportions, and the narrative style (with its incessant repetitions about how he hurt her, how she barely recovered, how that day ten years ago when he didn’t show up shaped them both, blah blah blah) didn’t help one iota. Also, the conflict, if one could call it that, dragged on for too long, and the final revelation was more laughable than anything else.
I suspected the depression angle, but once the whole truth was revealed, I just rolled my eyes and went…”Give me a break!” Too melodramatic, too overcomplicated, and overblown.

The suspense could’ve been the saving grace of this book, but failed to inject some speed into the proceedings and failed to deliver the punch the prologue hinted at. In the end there was no real suspense, no real danger, no portending of evil, nothing foreboding or threatening, and the big reveal fell flat and felt very anticlimactic.

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text 2014-11-24 16:00
Triple Threat: Romance Novel Heroes or Heroines who are Triplets
At the Edge (Psychic Triplet Trilogy, #1) - Cait London
Prescott Pilot Anthology - Becky Barker
Dressed to Slay - Harper Allen
Midnight Secrets - Ella Grace
Draw (Gentry Boys #1) - Cora Brent
Chasing Victory (The Winters Sisters, #1) - Joanne Jaytanie
How to Seduce a Duke - Kathryn Caskie
Must Love Lycans - Michele Bardsley
Mysterious Stranger (Silhouette, Special Edition, No. 1130) - Susan Mallery
Offside - Juliana Stone

I am imagine that being a triplets entering adulthood is a startling experience. All your life everyone knows you as a triplet, then you go off on your own and no one you meet now knows you are a triplet unless you tell them.  


Here are some wonderful Romance where the Hero or Heroine is a triplet.  Enjoy the plenty!


My lists are never in any particular order.  I am a cat. I can't make up my mind. 


1. Dressed to Slay (Darkheart & Crosse Trilogy #1)  by Harper Allen

2. Midnight Secrets (Wildefire, #1)  by Ella Grace

3. Draw (Gentry Boys, #1)  by Cora Brent

4. Chasing Victory (The Winters Sisters, #1)  by Joanne Jaytanie

5. Mysterious Stranger by Susan Mallery

6. Must Love Lycans  by Michele Bardsley

7. Offside (The Barker Triplets, #1) by Juliana Stone 

8. How To Seduce A Duke by Kathryn Caskie

9. Prescott Pilots by Becky Barker

10. At the Edge (Psychic Triplet Trilogy, #1) by Cait London 


There are actually more! To vote from the best of the best go to my Goodreads list: Triple Threat: Romance Novel Heroes or Heroines who are Triplets. 

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review 2014-08-25 00:00
Midnight Lies: The Wildefire Series
Midnight Lies: The Wildefire Series - Ella Grace This romantic suspense had plenty of action but there were too many ups and downs in the relationship. I'm not convinced they will have a happily ever after. It was also pretty easy to guess who the bad guy was. Dr Quinn's ex-wife is murdered and his cop girlfriend Sam isn't sure he is innocent.
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review 2014-01-13 00:00
Midnight Secrets: The Wildefire Series
Midnight Secrets - Ella Grace Everyone in the small southern town of Midnight, Alabama knows that Beckett Wilde killed his wife, Maggie and then hanged himself. Following the scandalous deaths of their parents, ten year old triplets, Savannah, Samantha and Sabrina, are raised by their protective grandfather, Daniel Wilde. Each girl deals with the trauma in her own way but the support each has for her sisters never waivers.
The author does a great job bring the town to life no matter who it was. Your imagination can wild with romance, mystery and more.
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