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Love is everywhere. . .When does a gift become a curse?Matt Stone doesn't believe in ghosts. But there are those who are convinced his home, a historic Virginia estate that dates back to the Revolutionary War, is haunted. Pressured to get at the truth about some strange happenings at Melody House, he agrees to let Harrison Investigations explore the house. But he isn't reaLove is everywhere. . .When does a gift become a curse?Matt Stone doesn't believe in ghosts. But there are those who are convinced his home, a historic Virginia estate that dates back to the Revolutionary War, is haunted. Pressured to get at the truth about some strange happenings at Melody House, he agrees to let Harrison Investigations explore the house. But he isn't ready for beautiful, intriguing Darcy Tremayne.As a paranormal investigator, Darcy has learned to believe in the unbelievable. And she's given Matt fair warning: sometimes people don't like the skeletons she finds. She never dreamed that the warning would apply to herself. For she's about to discover that Melody House holds much more than a simple mystery form the distant past. What it holds is a very real and lethal danger, one that will cast her into a struggle against the worlds of both the living and the dead....

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Number of Pages : 370 Pages
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Haunted Reviews

  • UnholyTwerp
    2018-10-07 22:14

    This book pissed me off so much that if it had been a real paperback, I would have torn it in two just so I could throw both parts against the wall.At first, it was just annoying and boring. Despite the fact that Matt is antagonistic and hostile, Darcy is falling for him. He calls her a fraud and a liar so frequently it's a red flag for future abuse, instead of getting as far away from this jerk as she can, she's so overwhelmed with lust she falls right into bed with him. Fine, another romance book where the theme is the love of a really hot woman can turn any mildly attractive douchebag into husband material.Around the first sex scene, I started to hate. The sex was so hot she obeyed the laws of physics. I guess all other times she doesn't? page 105"There was simply response, for every action, a reaction, and she followed every law of physics, Spiraling, arching, twisting, and gasping with every electric jolt of lightning that filled and awakened her. She had to touch, stroke, taste, caress and evoke in return, and in minutes, they were tangled flesh and limb. She flourished, as if long accustomed to an arid life, her world had suddenly been filled with the thrill of a waterfall, and in the end, she wanted so much that it couldn’t be, that a hoarse and gasped out cry of impatience ripped from his lungs, and they were truly melded together. "Yes, I looked it up. Because I had to make sure that's what she wrote. It's not like we can just arbitrarily decide "eh, fuck the laws of physics. Today, I want to FLY!" A few more chapters in, I realized that I hated each and every character. Every single one. They are all assholes. One scene they are all chummy, the next scene they are accusing each other of the most horrific things. Then right back to being besties.I spent the last thirty pages trying to figure out what mental disorder the author has because it seemed like she was writing characters and events based on stuff she had learned about human interaction, not any that she might have had herself.ugh. I should have kept count of the amount of times I fell asleep while trying to plow through this piece of shit. at least 4.

  • Sandra
    2018-10-02 00:25

    Two and a half stars. I gave it three stars because I finished it and wasn't tempted not to. Having said that, I wanted a paranormal story. This is not. It's romance. And not even terribly believable romance. Matt is surly and insulting to Darcy. And the conflict that is supposed to leave you wondering if they'll get together is because he doesn't believe in ghosts, so she gives him the willies? Didn't work for me. I really would have liked much more time to be spent on the paranormal aspects of the story.As for the writing, I would fire the editor. This came from a publishing house? Why does everyone complain ad nauseum about self-published writers that have a few typos or whatever in their works, but nobody says boo about this? This book had two of the longest, most horrific sentences I've ever seen strung together, and a lot of the dialog didn't flow as well as it could have.However, as I said, I did find it engaging enough to keep reading, which merits more than two stars in my book, no matter what other problems it may have had.

  • Keri
    2018-10-14 23:03

    Heather Graham can be a hit or miss for me, but this was a good solid read for me. She writes what I want to read about. Love ghost stories mixed up with romance. Matt, a true non-believer of ghost. But when his family historical 1700's era home starts having guest attacked by what people are claiming ghosts, he feel he need to call Harrison Investigations for help. Adam Harrison runs a paranormal investigation firm, he also used to be friends with Matt's grandfather. So Adam, who can't get away from what he is working on sends Darcy instead. Thus begins the tempestuous relationship of Matt and Darcy, the non-believer and the medium/ghost hunter. It was a good read with scary ghost and things that go bump in the night. But in the end of course, it is someone not of this earthy realm or very much someone in the mood to commit murder? Think I will give the 2nd book in the series I look see and find out if this was a one off.

  • Kirsten
    2018-10-18 01:12

    I really love Heather Graham. She does great romantic chemistry with a ghost story thrown in. The characters are fun and the location really becomes a character in its own right. Many of her stories are set in New Orleans, but this first volume in the Harrison Investigation series is set in Virginia. This one sets up a plot twist which is a red herring, and then throws in a second one for the finish. One thing I like that it starts out paranormal, but there is an actual mystery/suspense story there too.

  • Jess
    2018-09-21 23:18

    I enjoyed the first half of this book so much, but then Darcy's relationship with Matt kind of made me want to stop reading a few times. I feel like it was too fairy tale-esque. They only knew each other for a few weeks before they started thinking about how they might not be able to live without each other. Honestly, relationships like that make me sick and make me believe that it will never work out. They acted more like a high school couple than a pair of grown adults with rational mindsets. I was also put off by how all the guys seemed to drool over Darcy. It was annoying to read about how every male was trying to get with her at some point. A strong main character should have relatable qualities, and I just find it quite difficult to believe that every person who reads this book to be able to relate to Darcy. She felt more like the person so many wish they could be and it just got quite redundant whenever she left the Melody House. In fact, almost every female that was in this book seemed to have the same 'beauty queen' qualities and it just got annoying after a while. There really wasn't a character any one could relate to. The characters that came close to be realistic were Clint and Carter in how they seemed to want to go through woman like no tomorrow. I'm not saying every male is like, but I've known a few who are like that. There were a few parts in the book that came across kind of cheesy to me. Like the Seance part, in which Darcy gets 'possessed' and starts talking in a completely different voice. It was just an expected thing and the way it was carried out made it feel like the book belonged more in the young adult category than a mystery/suspense. The only parts of the book that really seemed 'suspenseful' were when the bones disappeared and when Matt connects the names of the missing women to Carter.The ending was kind of disappointing and rather anti-climatic. The ghost of woman that Carter killed was the one to kill him. It was what I expected to happen after Matt made the connection to Carter. I would have liked to have seen it end a little differently. I almost wanted Darcy to get hurt just because she seemed to escape every other misfortune that I think the story would have benefited from having her get hurt a little more than she did. I loathed that after encounter to harm, she would insist she was fine. I personally wouldn't be fine after all that she had been through; falling through a library floor, getting pushed into grave while it's storming out and have a tree branch fall over the grave while she was in it, and then have Carter put a knife to her throat. Yeah, I'm sure I'd be just fine after all that.

  • Kelly
    2018-10-18 02:12

    As I put down the recent “Idiot’s Guide to writing a Horror Story”, I have to wonder where have all the dysfunctional, psychotic, and downright creepy writers gone? Was there a mass relocation I missed? Have they gone into hiding or been taken down by a group of angry soccer moms? Or has it simply been turned into giving the people what you think they want and no longer infusing your own nightmares into it? (I’m looking at you Mr. D’Ammassa.) The book started out so good, with a plot that was both chilling and curious, only to switch to more romance than horror. With a story remade countless times, Ms. Graham had the opportunity to make it her own, and instead chose the path that has been well traveled. The atmosphere is hazy with a dark overcast, neither good or bad, it worked for this book. The pace in the story is level with the exception of the end, which ties up way too rapidly. Graham’s style of writing is heavy with considerably more dialogue than description. The characters were boring, stereotyped, and unintentionally hilarious, my favorite being the main character. She is supposed to be an experienced ghost hunter, and yet turns into a skittish kitten the first time she experiences a noise. Even Shaggy and Scooby would have slapped her.Overall, this book may not be terrifying or scary, but it was one of the funniest books I have read in awhile. I give this book a 2 . The next time you think of revisiting your old grade school horror books, just go to the library and borrow this one. -As reviewed for Horror-Web.com

  • Katy
    2018-10-12 01:01

    Overall I enjoyed this book - I enjoy Ms. Graham's thrillers and paranormal books, but I am not a fan of romance novels and this book reminded me why - because she stuck right to the formula when playing the romance. Why oh WHY does a guy who is normally perfectly nice turn into an obnoxious jerk when he meets the woman to whom he is attracted? And WHY does a woman who is normally fairly self-assured start questioning her every move and motivation? And WHY WHY WHY do they need to spend practically every encounter at each others' throats and then suddenly at the end of the book it is happily ever after? It drives me mad. I am absolutely certain there are other ways of creating dynamic tension - mainly because I HAVE read other paranomal romance thrillers that utilize them. But the other characters are very well written, the mystery is tight and keeps you guessing, the paranormal aspects are very well done and highly believable and overall I have to give the book 4 stars because other than the romance aspect, I did enjoy it. If you like romances, you won't have any troubles with Ms. Graham's book here - if you like thrillers and mysteries, she has other wonderful books that have much less romance cluttering up the scenery, also. She's a very well-rounded writer, overall. Give her a try.

  • Tracie
    2018-09-22 00:12

    I didn't mean to read this book so quickly, but I kept coming back to it. So it's gets a 4 from me. I wasn't even tempted to skip to the end and cut it short.Haunted is part of a loosely connected series of books, all involving the Harrison Investigations series--"Ghostbuster". I've listened to several. All have had suspense, romance, ghosts, and real flesh and blood killers. The suspense in Haunted was good, although I had a pretty good outline of the rest of the book in my head by the middle. Still, the author did a good job of getting where she was going.The romance does include sex if that is a deal maker or breaker for you. I can picture the villain being played in a movie by one of those really terrific actors that can look totally normal until the moment when they aren't, and then the do a really great creepy.My one little beef is that there was a little side issue that was never addressed, but that could be sloppy reading on my part. I did skim here and there.

  • Joanie
    2018-09-25 02:59

    I gave this a two because while I liked the story line the writing kind of stunk. It was choppy, awkward, and just... yeah... The story? It's the Typical Graham storyline. There's a girl. There's a guy. There's something ghosty like and woogy. Boy and girl get closer, and things get woogier (or more woogy if you will). Sex type stuff happens followed by tension and doubt. Everything resolves itself when $%^& hits the fan, and the woogy mystery is solved by boy and girl, and the obligatory set of sidekick friends. Nice mindless storyline, but not enough to stop your eyes from twitching with this one.

  • Louisa
    2018-10-14 20:13

    Oh, I really enjoyed this book, much more then I was expecting! The first book in a long series, that spun off another long series, and yeah, I had to read the ending near the beginning of reading this book, so I knew who the bad guy was, and loved how it all came together!

  • Kim
    2018-09-21 19:01

    I first read this book back in high school and I've reread it a few times over the years, and I've never ceased to love it. The mystery of it is highly entertaining, and the romance is interesting but not too overbearing in the story.An excellent paranormal mystery, definitely worth reading.

  • Marilyn
    2018-10-08 03:08

    this book was poorly written, i didn't bother finishing it. Dialog was so bad!! I love a good, easy read, but this was just brainless drivel.

  • Veronica
    2018-10-18 23:14

    Fantastic story with great atmosphere!

  • ☆.。.:*・°☆Love2Read♡HEAs☆.。.:*・°☆ {Anne}
    2018-10-16 23:24

    **DNF**I could not finish this due to I can't stand heroines that are doormats! I wanted to throw my Tablet through the window!I love Ms. Graham's series, Krewe of Hunters, but so far this series is off to a bad start for me. I'm gonna give the next book a shot though.

  • Aurian Booklover
    2018-10-09 22:22

    Matt Stone is the Sheriff of Stoneyville and the owner of an ancient mansion. Paying for its upkeep is not easy and he has had to open up the house to tours and other events. But recently some spooky things have happened, and he is not happy at all. He also does not believe in ghosts, and thinks someone living must be behind it all. But when Adam Harrison calls him and asks to be allowed to investigate the house, he agrees. Adam was a good friend of his grandfather and he trusts him to debunk the ghost stories once and for all.What he does not anticipate is the beautiful Darcy Tremayne showing up instead of Adam. How can a beautiful and smart woman like that actually believe in ghosts? Is she a fraud, a damn good actress, or does she make herself believe what she claims to see?But ever since her good friend Josh died, Darcy is the real thing. She does experience the past and can see and feel ghosts if they want to communicate. At first she thought she went mad, but Josh’s father Adam explained it all to her and his belief in her was such a relief at first. He has tested her extensively, and together they always find out the truth. But this time might be more dangerous than ever before. Something malicious is in the house, and Josh cannot enter the house to help Darcy. He has kind of become her spirit guide, and she treasures his warm and friendly presence. After finding the skull of a girl who was murdered in the woods 150 years ago, Matt still does not believe in Darcy or in ghosts at all. But someone else does, when accidents keep happening to Darcy. She even starts to distrust Matt, when it seems like the ghost that is haunting the General Lee room is not so ancient as they all thought, and no one has heard from his ex wife for years now. But his ex-wife is still very much alive and she might be the one to shed some light on the evil things happening in the house. If she is on time to safe Darcy …I’ve recently read a review on one of the blogs I follow about a book by Heather Graham and it really made me want to dig into my own pile of her books, and start reading. I think I have bought heaps of them because I once read a translated one, many years ago. So I searched for the first book in one of her paranormal series, and stumbled upon this one. The very first chapter made me cry and want to read the whole book at once, but it was way too late on a Sunday evening to start a new book. I am the kind of reader who needs to finish a book at once if I am grabbed by it.I loved Darcy, how she kept her head high and believed in herself, especially with such a big sceptic as Matt. She knows how hard it is to have a relationship with someone “normal” when she is not, and Matt does not believe in her, or trust her. But still, the attraction between them is huge, and they cannot resist acting upon it. She knows she will be hurt in the end. Matt regretted the decision to let Harrison Investigations explore the house almost immediately. His assistant Penny would love to have a real haunted house to advertise and draw more tourists, but Matt despises that. He just can’t believe in it. Or in people who claim to have psychic skills. Still, he is very much attracted to Darcy and can’t stay away from her. And when he gets the urgent need that he has to go to Darcy, he tries to deny it, that there is not a voice telling him what to do, just in time to safe her … He fought hard, but in the end, he had to give up some of his convictions.The mystery itself was so good. I was convinced I knew the answer and I was wrong. Sure, I had some distrust against someone based on my reading experience, but the plot was amazing. And I was put on the wrong foot a few times as well.I enjoyed the secondary characters as well, but I was glued to the pages especially when Darcy was trying to connect with the ghosts, and find out what has happened in the past. It was eerie and totally believable in the way Heather Graham describes it all. I want to believe, but I also never want to see a ghost myself, not even a benign one like the civil war soldier still guarding one of the downstairs rooms in Matt’s house.I can’t wait to read more Heather Graham books soon. And as I have about 50 of them on my shelves, you will see them appear on the blog regularly.9 stars.© 2014 Reviews by Aurian

  • Karen
    2018-10-11 20:12

    I have never read anything by Heather Graham though I had heard a lot of good things. While this book did not Wow me in a big way it did give me something to look forward to because I did enjoy it quite a bit. The writing was straight forward and easily understood. There were no major grammar issues or misuse of words. It was a bit slow to get where it was going but it got there eventually and the journey was nice enough that you can forget that there were patches that made you want to stop. The characters were well imagined because I felt them as real individuals who made me want to know them more, though one or two were a little less vivid they still managed to be interesting. These are modern people who talk like they live in the world of today and act the same.Matt Stone inherited Melody House on the death of his grandfather and really wishes to keep it in the family and not a part of some historical society. In order to do this he has to open the house to tours in order to pay for the upkeep on such a large estate. His house manager conducts ghosts tours of the manor house even though he does not believe in the supernatural at all. Then a bride runs out of the room she has rented for her honeymoon stark naked and raving about a ghost who was threatening her. Matt has to do something, even though he does not believe in order to convince others that there is no such thing as ghosts.Darcy Tremayne has worked for Harrison Investigations, a paranormal investigation agency since she graduated from college. Adam Harrison was the father of her best friend from high school and offered to help Darcy any way he could after the death of his son. When Adam is contacted by Matt, the grandson of his old friend to come and prove one way or the other that Melody House is haunted he jumps at the chance. Darcy is sent ahead to assess the situation with her special gifts and runs into opposition even though they were invited. Is there something paranormal happening in the house or is the threat more down to earth?This has a nice feel of suspense as well as supernatural threat. The mystery of who the entity was haunting the room or if there were more ghosts was definitely good. I did not like Matt to start with because of his hatred of all things supernatural being carried over into how he treated people. There was a romance but it was very dysfunctional at the beginning. Worth reading but do not expect a lot.

  • Doris
    2018-10-13 23:21

    Having read quite a number of the so-called 'Harrison Series', I am glad to finally having found the first one, the initial story on how things came about. Adam Harrison became a father late in life and had a very gifted son - in this novel, Josh' story is finally told.Haunted, as the title itself suggests, is a paranormal adventure taking place in 'historic Virginia' - on one of those huge plantations with an old mansion and various other buildings on it. As is deemed only right with such a property, there is plenty of history connected to it and the very sceptical owner is none too happy about those ghost stories he keeps on hearing, nonetheless, something does appear to be going on and he just has not as yet found the reason for it. In the end, however, he relents and invites Adam Harrison to come and do some research, after all, he is the head of Harrison Investigations and had been good friends with the owner's grandfather. And thus, the story is set ...True to Heather Graham's framework for this series, there is a 'present day plot' that is generally based on the past with a 'history' element that is usually researched by one or more of the characters involved. Her suspense mysteries involve lessons from the past or, in the least, an element involving ancestors or previous owners of land and/or buildings involved which is not only entertaining and intriguing but also educational. The perfect mix indeed!

  • Jennifer
    2018-09-25 03:18

    This was a pretty lackluster ghost story coupled with a pretty lackluster relationship that read like a Lifetime movie of the week.This Matt character was so unbelievably annoying it's difficult to believe any woman with a semblance of intelligence would find this irritating, grouchy, stick in the mud at all attractive. It's clear that something supernatural is going on in his house what with all of the screaming hysterical witnesses to such, but it seems that since all of the eye witness accounts come from women, Matt feels the need to roll his eyes and then get angry, which he always seems to be, at whoever has made such preposterous claims! And then Darcy comes along, and she's got to be the most boring, medium/psychic investigator ever put to paper. How she got her "psychic" powers is pretty unremarkable and the person who gave them to her, the only really interesting person in the entire story is killed off in the first chapter.There is some bad writing here, and quite a few typos and grammar mistakes in my edition that I found really annoying. This series seems to use different main characters for each book so maybe some of the other books are better, but I think I'll skip the rest and try the Alliance Vampire series she writes as Shannon Drake instead.

  • Kristy
    2018-10-07 23:06

    This book is part of the Harrison Investigation series by Heather Graham. She’s an author who makes the story come alive for me. Her writing is detailed and vivid. This book was about a paranormal investigator named Darcy who comes to a historic home to investigate the haunting going on there and the many ghosts that are said to roam around the property. She soon finds herself in the midst of both a past and present murder mystery in which she must discover the truth. She must put Melody House’s past (and ghosts) to rest and find the cause of the present danger, all the while trying to defend herself against Melody House’s owner, Matt Stone, the ultimate skeptic.I really loved this story and this is one novel that I’ve read in awhile where I thought there was a strong female character. I loved her attitude and quick witted remarks, especially when surrounded by the men of the town who made fun of her being psychic. I love characters like her!The story was great, spooky and full of mystery. I gave this 4 stars because although I enjoyed the story a lot and loved the characters, I felt the ending was a tad cheesy for my taste and didn’t really like the romance in this one. But, overall, a great read.

  • Kimberly
    2018-10-08 21:01

    I really enjoyed this book. I have never read Graham before but I will be running out to get the next couple books in the Ghost/Harrison Investigation series trust me. In short: Victorian home, Owner (Matt)doesn't believe in ghost but everyone says they are being attacked by one, Investigator (Darcy) comes in, They fall in love. Yes that is the basis of the story but there is so much more going on. About 2/3 of the way through I thought I had it figured out, who the ghost was, how she dies, etc but I was wrong... I love when that happens. I did have a portion figured out but the "why?" was not right at all. The only thing I can say was wrong was the "You can't love me if you don't believe me"/"I love her even though I think she needs a shrink" thing got a little old. But that's ok I got past it. There could have been a little more of the ghost in it too but that was ok as well. If you like ghost/paranormal you will enjoy this.. it's not a scarey ghost story but it certainly kept my attention.

  • Sandi Willis
    2018-10-01 01:03

    This is the first book of the Harrison Investigation series. The story begins with Darcy and her friend Josh Harrison, and what happened after they attended their prom together. It is here we find out that Josh could foresee the future, including his own death. Darcy comes to have a gift to see the spirits of dead people ("I see dead people") which is why she works for Harrison Investigations. Darcy goes to Stoneyville, Virginia to Melody House, to investigate ghosts that see to haunt the home. What Darcy finds out has put her life in danger. Matt Stone, sheriff and owner of Melody House, is very skeptical of Darcy and her abilities but that doesn't keep him from finding her very attractive, and trying to keep her alive. I always wanted to know how the Krewe of Hunters started and enjoyed finding out how Adam Harrison began his company.

  • Merredith
    2018-09-28 23:13

    This is a random book I picked up from our communal bookshelf at work. Paranormal investigation sounded great! I liked the beginning where we learn about how Darcy got her psychic powers. And then we switch and meet this haunted house. But when Grown Up Darcy comes to investigate it, the main guy, Matt is unreasonably mean and rude. And they say oh it's because of his ex. But even so, it's just a bit unbelievable that he would act that way. Of course it's so they can do this whole are they gonna get together or not thing. I just have so many other books I could be reading that I don't need to watch her fall for him and realize he's a good guy under all that and him to mend his jerk ways, which jerk ways only come out with her since he's apparently super nice to everyone else. The ghost investigation part just doesn't seem strong enough to keep me reading.

  • Roxana
    2018-10-09 02:25

    Lately it seems I'm reading a lot of books on paranormal topics, this one was not an exception, but despise its tittle, this is not a horror book. Is more like a detective story and a love story too with ghost hanging around.Matt, the owner of Melody House does not believe in ghost or anything he can't explain with the common sense, but he is force to accept Darcy's help in order to solve whatever is going on in his house, an ancient house full of stories and ghost.... Darcy is kind of a ghost hunter, she can help them... Of course, a love story is innevitable when two very opposite person actract eachother... I can't say more, just read it

  • Anna Mcfadden
    2018-09-24 00:04

    Matt Stone don't believe in ghost but others believe his historic Virginia home Melody House which dates back to the Revolutionary War is haunted. Matt is pressured to get to the truth so he agrees to let Adam Harrison's investigation company to explore the house. What he isn't ready for is the beautiful Darcy Tremayne. Darcy learned along time ago to believe in the unbelievable. she gtells Matt right away people don't always like what she finds. As she investigates the history of the house, she starts to believe that not only is it haunted but there is also a real life danger going on.

  • ShaunaLee
    2018-10-06 19:04

    Well, I don't know why I avoided this author for so long. I must have her mixed up with someone else because her writing is nothing like what I expected. Very glad to be corrected now. I haven't read a good old ghost story in a while so I enjoyed that aspect. It was fluffy happy, slightly predictable, generic character conflict as far as a woman that sees ghosts and a man that doesn't believe in them at all... but I liked it anyways and I felt a constant draw to keep reading. There was a good balance of surprise mixed in the the predictability, as strange as that sounds.

  • Naomi Blackburn
    2018-09-19 22:05

    I can't figure out why I don't like Heather Graham books. This is my second read of hers and I find her writing to be shallow, tedious and boring, yet I keep trying them as I normally love ghost stories. One of these days, I will figure it out!!! I think I figured it with this one though, this book reminded me of one of the overacted, b movies from the 1960's that were more funny than scary. I have figured out this is most def. my last Heather Graham book!

  • Jennifer Margeson
    2018-10-05 23:12

    paid $2 and it was worth it. I wouldn't reread it but I would buy the next in the series if the price was right. the plot flew in some places and dragged in others. some of the characters seemed a little flat or plastic. I think one more edit would have boosted my rating to 3.5☆ or even 4☆ Heather graham is one of my favorite authors, one that I often preorder, so I enjoyed trying a new genre by her... paranormal romantic suspense!!

  • Shelly
    2018-09-24 22:02

    Another good book by Heather Graham. I enjoyed the other books I have read in the series, so I wanted to read the first to see how it all started. I liked both the plot and characters, but I honestly didn't care for the relationship between Matt and Darcy. I liked them both as characters, but the relationship felt forced to me and I didn't feel a connection between them.

  • Jane
    2018-10-13 22:26

    I gave up. I read a few pages in the middle and then the end. I really disliked the main two people. They had a miscommunication when they met. Then just constant snide remarks. I understand the whole boy meets girl, they hate each other then fall in love. But normally they had traits that are likeable. I didn't see that at all. This was the third time I have tried to read this book.

  • Kristiana S
    2018-10-16 01:17

    Dibaca untuk Romance RC 2016Tema : Out of Normal