Anatoly Medlov

Anatoly Medlov

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by Latrivia S. Nelson
     
 

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ISBN-13:
9780983218616
Publisher:
RiverHouse Publishing, LLC
Publication date:
01/20/2011
Pages:
404
Sales rank:
1,190,425
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.90(d)

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Anatoly Medlov 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 45 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Can't stand it. I thought "Anya" was annoying with all the typos and grammatical errors...this was worst. Who proofed this mess. Totally ruined the story for me. Im done with this author. Was this proofread at all? Does not deserve 1 star, but I had to choose at least one in order to submit review. An unprofessional piece of work.
WINNIE_50 More than 1 year ago
I thought this book was going to be available on B&N after January. I was suprised to see that it is already available. I am a big fan of Latrivia's work and I was extremely impressed with the last installment of the Medlov Series. The characters and plot line had twists and turns that reminded me of Ivy's Twisted Vine and even our favorite Nicola Agosto character. As usual, Dmitry was amazing and even sexier if possible. I loved Royal and how wonderful she has become again. However, it is my strongest opinion that the newest Medlov, Gabe, is probably the best of them. Who knew that Ivan's son could be so exciting. I'm sad to see that we are already at the third book of the 4-book series. I'm hoping that she'll consider writing more. I HIGHLY recommend this book. It is my favorite.
PoohBearNY More than 1 year ago
This story could have been much better if not for the spelling errors, and the main characters Anatoly and Renee barely getting much attention in "their" story. I felt that they were treated as an afterthought, while other characters took up time and space in the novel. I think this author can do much better as shown in her other novels, such as "Dmitry's Closet", but she must take the time to better develop her novels, and edit, edit, edit.
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Tennisstar22 More than 1 year ago
There were typos, but I am a fan of the series and the plot was good. Editing should happen but I am a fan and really love the Medlov's even though I should not!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Errors were excessive. I tried but not worth reading. 
EvetteA More than 1 year ago
Best story behind The Grunt. I really, really enjoyed Anatoly story. On the surface, Anatoly eems simple (brooding, angry and violent) but is really a very complex character. I would definitely read another book by Ms. Nelson however, I urge her to engage a proofreader/editor.  The typos and grammatical errors make it very difficult to discern what the author is trying to convey at times. Another book by Ms. Nelson had the editing notes inserted and still a word was used out of context. 
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loved it!!!
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Love the entire series
teri626 More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed all the books in this series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book BUT I wish more time was spent on the friendship to love development between Anatoly and Renee!!!! So much was spent on introducing Gabriel and other non important characters that I felt cheated on a true love story between Renee and Anatoly. I didn't want a carbon copy of Dimitry and Royal but I wanted SOMETHING meaningful and heart tugging between Renee and Anatoly and it just seemed rushed or glossed over. It's a great read and worth your time and money. Just felt a little cheated in the love department. More time was spent on Dimitry and Royal, who weren't even the focus of this book, than on Renee and Anatoly. Just my take on it.
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I love all of these Medlov men! JaKai
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I liked this book and Anatoly. The more I read about Anatoly the more I think he is like is uncle Ivan emotionally. Then you have Gabe who I'm like where did he come from. He doesn't act like any Medlov even though he looks like them. I guess he is the Medlov of pure heart. The relationship with Anatoly and Renee was a long time coming, but I liked her from Royal's book. The book had twist and turns and the normal style of the 1st volumes; but did not take my breathe away. It is still a good read just for Dmitry alone. I love him! And he shows up and out in his normal fashion even though he is no longer the boss he is in complete control. I love Dmitry to pieces, he is timeless and ruthless! I am waiting for the 8th book in the series Saving Anya. I can't wait, I hope Mrs. Nelson never ceases to write this series. Read the entire series, you will not be disappointed!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a very good could not put it down read this book in one day. I also read the series.
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