To One Hundred

To One Hundred

by Melissa Blue


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ISBN-13: 9781517760854
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 12/30/2015
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.47(d)

About the Author

Melissa Blue's writing career started on a typewriter one month after her son was born. This would have been an idyllic situation for a writer if it had been 1985, not 2004. She penned that first contemporary romance, upgraded to a computer and hasn't looked back since.

Outside of writing, Blue works as a mail clerk for the federal government, has a paralegal certificate (that she has more use for as a dust pan) and is a mother of two rambunctious children. She lives in California where the wine is good and, despite popular belief, is not always sunny.

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To One Hundred 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
A_Hayes More than 1 year ago
Just going to put this out there right now, I'm going to be the number 1 fan in the Melissa Blue fan club. LOL Seriously, I loved this book and I'm still sitting here crying over it. You know how it is when you find an author that just hits home for you? Yup, that's where I am right now. First off, this is about two people who are broken and help smooth each other's rough edges out by being together. The romance would get me every time but the broken-ness of these two just hit home for me. I have been struggling with panic attacks for the past year so this was one of those books that I couldn't help but cry most of the way through. Then you throw in the Firefly fandom references and I'm sold forever and always. This is definitely not an "easy" book to read but it's very worthwhile. I'm so glad that I was able to review it and will be recommending it to anybody that will listen. :) This book was provided to Books and Warpaint book blog in exchange for review.
sl0873 More than 1 year ago
3 1/2 stars! It's not enough to say this was simply a forbidden professor/student romance. It also delved into the area of mental illness and it's effects on our daily lives. It was easy for Eva to be who she sincerely yearned to be when she was communicating with Grady online. She could be the strong, sexy and confident woman she so wanted to set free. Her ugly past could stay hidden where she wanted it to be, way in the past. Grady has just as strong feelings for Eva as she does for him and they haven't even met yet. The emotions are real but there's still an element of fantasy to the whole thing until they finally meet in person under less than optimal circumstances. He's her history professor...and not only that but her sister works at the university too and doesn't approve of the relationship they're trying to forge. She has valid reasons due to things that happened in the past and drove Eva into a dark place. The problem is that her sister doesn't recognize how well Eva's doing and that she's a grown woman capable of making her own decisions. Eva is leery of exposing her past to Grady for several reasons, little does she know that he has his own secrets he's keeping which may just help him be understanding of her own. The looming threat of the school finding out about them only adds to the stress upon their budding romance. I enjoyed this book, but it wasn't something I just had to keep reading and couldn't put down. I'm definitely interested in checking out some of the other works by this author though. She was courageous in approaching some difficult topics in this book and did a good job of it.
LynnB888 More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed getting to know Eva & Grady and all of their supporting characters, but I felt like the book ended too soon. We got the back story all aired out finally, and then it was just over. Maybe they'll continue in another book? Eva March met a guy online and really connected with him. They talked for 4 months, then before they could arrange to meet, life did it for them! Grady Addison can't believe that the woman he has been pouring his heart out to for months is now a student in his classroom. He doesn't date students! What is he going to do? Will they be able to resist each other after the connection they have had online? ** Received free in exchange for an honest review **
debbiereadsbook More than 1 year ago
Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian, I was gifted my copy of this book. The online flirting was fun. But when Eva came face to face with Grady, it triggered something and Eva tried to walk away, she really did. I really enjoyed this! Its the first I've read on Melissa Blue, or I can't find anything to tell me otherwise, and I like her style. I loved that we didn't get what happened to Eva those years ago all in one go. You get little hints and snippets and I managed to get it before the full story was revealed, but I still loved that. Sometimes you get too much, too fast, not so here. I loved that we got to hear from both Eva and Grady, to hear their thoughts about each other before they meet. When they meet, and what happens after. I loved the cast of supporting characters too, not Eva's sister, Lauren but Grady's brother, Wade and his friends, Victor, Oliver and Porter. These guys looked out for Grady, even if they did go about it in a not so nice way! And I wonder, do these guys make up the next books in this series? Because this book is billed as book one. I'll be happy to read them, or any other books in this series, simply because I loved Blue's style. 4 solid stars **same worded review will appear on Archaeolibrarian, Goodreads,, and Barnes and Noble**