Author: Melissa Pearl

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Oct 07
{Review} Fever by Melissa Pearl @MelissaPearlG

{Review} Fever by Melissa Pearl @MelissaPearlG

Fever is the first new adult romance book that I have had the pleasure of reading from Melissa Pearl, and I enjoyed it so much that I am left wondering if there is anything this lady can’t write the pants off of. I have loved her suspense/thrillers, her young adult paranormal, her young adult contemporaries, and now this. The characters in Fever are not perfect, but that was kind of what I liked about them. It totally took me by surprise too, because I thought those particular traits (or really situation) would be something I would need to overcome and like them despite of, but the opposite occurred. I was rooting them on more than I thought possible. Ella is a sweet and quirky young lady. I just adored her. I completely sympathized with her desire to please people. I have been known to yes someone to death and to go out of my way to try and make everyone happy, and I know first hand how stressful and disappointing… Read more »

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Apr 24
{ARC Review+Giveaway} I Know Lucy by Melissa Pearl

{ARC Review+Giveaway} I Know Lucy by Melissa Pearl

I Know Lucy is told from Zach’s point of view. The chapters alternate between Zach, which is told in the first person, and Lucy, which is told in the Third person. It really worked for the story. Zach is the one trying to puzzle out the mystery that is Lucy, or Dani as he knows her, so Lucy’s chapters are pieces of her past that allow the reader to slowly fill in the gap between when her parents were killed and Zach’s present. I really loved watching how the story unfolded. Melissa Pearl is an excellent story teller. I loved how smart and observant both Lucy and Zach are. I think that was one of the main things that drew them to each other. It was really interesting to see how similar their thought processes were. Zach is known as the “fixer” with his friends. He always picks girls that are a little crazy or off and he likes to play hero and save the day. His friends think that Lucy… Read more »

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