But after two years of doing anything they've wanted, just the two of them, Ronan and Noah just might be feeling a void in their lives that they're unsure about filling.
In this third installment of the Noah and Ronan Series, the two make the life-changing decision to have a baby. Between an overwhelming process, struggles, disagreements and lots of insecurities about fatherhood along the way, Ronan and Noah come to find comfort in their melody more than ever before as they await their little miracle.
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About the Author
Ashley grew up in Boston and has been writing her entire life. After penning numerous song lyrics, poems and short stories, she went on to write various articles and fan fictions, gaining much writing experience and grammar knowledge. She credits David Archuleta and soap operas as her two, main inspirations and helping her realize her talent for writing.
After writing about the things and people she loved, it wasn't long until Ashley created her own characters and wrote and published her debut novel "Masterpiece" in November 2012, at the young age of 18. "Masterpiece" received 5-star reviews on Amazon.
In July 2013, Ashley published her second novel and first GLBT book, "A Melody in Harmony." The novel received 5-star reviews on Amazon and was recommended by USA Today. Ashley chose to write a GLBT story after becoming very involved and committed to equal rights and wanted to tell a story focusing on fighting for equality and showcasing two, young men in love. Ashley went on to write and publish a sequel book, "New Melody, Same Harmony," centered around marriage equality. The third book in the series titled "A Miracle Melody" was publish in summer 2014, centered around gay parenting.
Ashley is a strong supporter of the organization Stand Up 2 Cancer and a dedicated member of the Crush Kids' Cancer team. Ashley also supports the NOH8 Campaign, Charity Water and R-Word.
To Ashley, her characters are her children. She even chose the names Jacoby and Evangelina as her main characters in "Masterpiece" because those are the names she wants for her real-life children one day.
Ashley also puts real life into her books. A lot of the homophobia and ignorant remarks in the Noah and Ronan Series were based off a things Ashley heard and witnessed in real life, which made her stories all the more realistic to her.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Great story! Very interesting and intriguing read, plus I absolutely love the characters! I have read the first two books prier to this one and you definitely stay true to the characters. Bravo!
Wonderful grammar as usual, but this time had a comforting setting and a calm read but still suspenseful. I wish I could talk to Noah and Ronan so I could give them my two cents and help them haha! I find the patterns of book covers on the Noah and Ronan series to be very unique. I loved how the plot seemed not too dramatic and maybe even very common these days. Ms. Chunnells series I would highly recommend to everyone if you want to escape your life and join someone else's for a little while. :) Nice read. :)