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Most Helpful Favorable Review

6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

Emotionally raw and Amazing!

I preordered this book because it was Jace story and it didn't let me down. It was all I expected and more. Melt Into You is the best book I've read this year. It's a story that is emotionally raw. I laughed, cried, I wanted to scream at times, I was so drawn into the s...
I preordered this book because it was Jace story and it didn't let me down. It was all I expected and more. Melt Into You is the best book I've read this year. It's a story that is emotionally raw. I laughed, cried, I wanted to scream at times, I was so drawn into the story I felt what each character was going through.

After meeting Jace in Crash Into You, I couldn't wait to get his story. He's not exactly what you expect. There's so much more to Jace than his flirting, his charm and loyalty to his friends. He's a deep character who has a history with Evan. She was a foster child his parents took in. I thought maybe flashbacks to see what the characters went through and were like would have been needed but the story works perfectly as it is.

Jace and Evan madeistakes as teenagers and ended up losing contact with each other. They run into each other a few years later and what they had is still there. Only thing, Evan is engaged to Dr. Dan. He saved her so she feels like she owes him. There were so many times I wanted to scream at Evan. I felt like Daniel was taking advantage of her, using her and she didn't see it. I wish Daniel had stepped up and had cleared things up and not had let Evan take the fall. If he truly had been her friend and loved her like a friend, he would've told people his secret.

Andre is Jace best friend and they share women. There is no doubt that sparks fly as soon as Andre and Evan meet when Jace rescues her. They all meet up at The Ranch where Andre and Jace go to play and Evan is there because her fianc¿ lets her go. Sparks fly between all three and as much as try all try they can't keep there emotions out of the relationship. They all fall in love, though Jace and Evan already have feelings for each other. What they go through is complex and heart wrenching. My heart bled for them. Evan has a secret that can tear them apart.

I loved this story from beginning to end. The only other authors who have made me go through so many emotions while reading their books have been Nora Roberts and Danielle Steele. I've read Roni's two other books Crash Into You and Still Into You and she just keeps coming up with a better story line. I highly recommend this book. It's a beautiful erotic romance story. I wish my review could be better. All I can say is run out and get this book. It's so much better than the other erotic books I've read. Now I just have to patiently wait for the next book in this series.

posted by Jackiebkworm on July 5, 2012

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Most Helpful Critical Review

4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Not as good as her others

I discovered Crash into Me and really liked it. I was excited to read this new book when it came out, but was sadly disappointed. I guess reading about guy-on-guy action is just not my thing... at all.

posted by KayAnnieBee on July 5, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 29, 2013

    Good but with some weak parts

    I loved Crash into you and was looking forward to Jace's story. It started well, the past and present of Jace and Evan being revealed and the character development solid. I was really into this couple. I did not mind the menage with Andre, except that half way in, Jace's character kind of moved to a secondary plain and then the story was about Andre and Evan. And then about Andre and Jace, and then about the three of them together forever. It was too many switches that did not have good development and that distracted me and even bored me. On top of that, she was driving me crazy always leaving the poor guy (or guys, depending on the chapter). The end improved a bit but I was too far gone to find the characters and their interactions relatable. A pity. I already bought the next in the series, Fall into me, so I will read it anyway. I just hope it is better.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 5, 2012

    I don't think it was as good as the first in this series, Crash

    I don't think it was as good as the first in this series, Crash Into You. The story dragged in several chapters and I felt like the characters' backstories could have used a little more development. Despite that, I did enjoy the book and look forward to the next in the series.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2012

    Enjoyable read. Loved the characters and the story, but some of

    Enjoyable read. Loved the characters and the story, but some of the dialogue felt a little stilted. It just wasn't as smooth as how people actually talk: Like: "I'm (something) and am (something else too)" Proper, certainly. Not sure about you, but I don't say "am" I'd say "I'm this, and I'm that" --hopefully that wasn't completely confusing.

    Certainly not as outright suspenseful as the first book in the series. But I liked this one I think more. The short ebook between was also good. I love characters who aren't super serious about themselves.

    Definitely a writer worth following.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 20, 2014

    Wanted more

    This was good, and I am glad they found their HEA. The author is exceptional at describing emotional intensity. The blender and hammer was like a movie for me. But Tori was right about whiplash. It got exhausting. Mostly I wanted a lot more. If 200 pages narrowly focused on Ethan and Chloe then I wanted 400 pages to wrap up Brandon, Miles, the parents and maybe a glimpse for Tori. The writing was wonderful but the story was underdeveloped and the ending was abrupt.

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