Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Elusive Echoes

Kay Springsteen
Book 2 of Echoes Series

"Sometimes he made her feel like someone’s vanilla-cream little sister."

Sean McGee is back for his own adventure with love.  In fact, Sean's been in love with Melanie since they were children.  But ever since Melanie returned to Orson's Folly, she's been different - and focused more on their physical relationship and not the emotional side.  But Sean wants all or nothing, not realizing just how far his love might be tested to get what he wants.  Melanie is scared of who she was when she was away from her hometown.  She isn't proud of that time of her life - and knows that if the truth came out, Sean would never see her the same way again.  But what happens when her past won't stay in the past?  Can their love withstand anything?

My Opinion:  This was a really good book.  It started off a little slower, but took a great turn and ended up being a wonderfully written and exciting book.  Emotions ran the gamut and pulled you into the story of Orson's Folly once again.  Melanie is a great and stable character who you understand and can relate to.  Sean, though sometimes a little stubborn, is a strong character who is kind and sweet.  The side characters are once again really fun and flush out the story.  Well written and fun, you don't want to miss this one.  I must say that this is a little more heated than many others I review - nothing explicit, but I may not recommend it to a teenager nonetheless.

I received a free copy of this book to review.  No other compensation was given.  The summary and review are 100% my own.

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