Author: Melissa West

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Aug 04
{Review+Giveaway} No Falling Allowed by Melissa West @MB_West @EPEmbrace

{Review+Giveaway} No Falling Allowed by Melissa West @MB_West @EPEmbrace

No Falling Allowed is a new adult contemporary romance by Melissa West. It is the second book in the No Kissing Allowed series. I liked the first book, No Kissing Allowed, but I didn’t love it as much as some of Melissa’s other books. The good news is, I liked No Falling Allowed a lot more than I liked the first book.  No Falling Allowed is a fun, quick and flirty new adult romance. Each of the books in the series can be read as a standalone. I think fans of the first book would enjoy reading about Cameron and Aiden because they do pop up from time to time in this story, and we get to see what is next for them. However; if you are new to the series, you might want to consider reading No Falling Allowed first, because I really enjoyed this one a good bit more than No Kissing Allowed. No Falling Allowed is Grace’s story. We met Grace in the first book, but we… Read more »

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Jul 27
{ARC Review+Giveaway} No Kissing Allowed by Melissa West

{ARC Review+Giveaway} No Kissing Allowed by Melissa West

No Kissing Allowed is a new adult contemporary romance by Melissa West. I have read a couple of Melissa’s other books and I have to say this one was not my favorite. Don’t get me wrong, I liked it. But I just didn’t love it. No Kissing Allowed is a fun, quick and flirty new adult romance. And I liked it for that purpose. But I had some snags with some of the characters. But much like the book overall, I didn’t dislike any of the characters per se, I just didn’t love the main character Cameron as much as I wanted to. Cameron is a driven, impulsive and incredibly stubborn young lady. I loved how driven she was and that she went after what she wanted at work, but her impulsiveness led to foot in mouth disorder so many times throughout the story. I get it. She wants to be able to say whatever she wants to say, whenever she wants to say it. No one should oppress her… Read more »

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