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You want something charismatic and sweet, irresistible and endearing, lovable and fuzzy…. then all you need to do is grab one of Melanie Shawn’s innumerable romances and enjoy their delicious and steamy love stories.

Their latest novella is part of the Someday Series, and this is a super quick read as Michelle Mitchell finally gets her “Book Boyfriend” Sebastian Winters.

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Student and book nerd, Michelle is a totally anti normal girl with purple streaks, quirky fashion sense, and tats, loves her books, loves her college and loves life. Having Sebastian Winters, the college’s star baseball player and ranker follow her on Instagram totally rocks her world. And Sebastian Winters has been eyeing Michelle for the longest time and finally he seems to get his dream girl forever.

The reason I love this sister duo of Melanie and Shawna is no matter the length of the story, they can create real and relatable characters that mold well with the narration story, without leaving the readers feeling deprived of the development of characters or their individuality. There is no dearth of emotions and romance, importance to secondary characters or the true essence of the plot.

And the cover is gorgeous!!!!!

This is too cute a love story to pass, and is a definite read

Received an ARC from the author for an honest review.

The final installment of the “Someday Series” is a fitting ending to the start of a new phase of life for Jace and Cat. They met, dated, romanced with a passion and weathered some real upheavals in their life. And now is the ultimate testing time for their love and trust with each other, in each other.

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Life sure dealt a mean curve ball with the arrival of Jace’s son, Gavin throwing Jace and Cat for a loop. Control, power and manipulation being the fodder for Angelica James, she is conniving and thrives on blackmail to circumvent situations and people for her own personal gain. But there is always an end to the madness and Cat does a fine job of putting an end to it, with sophistication and class!

“Forever Us” is so much more than a love story. It’s the continuous evolution of two people, who have immense trust in each other despite adverse situations. It is the story of two people who understand the importance of family, relationships and empathy. And it is the story of two beautiful people who believed in each other beyond any boundary, with immense love for each other, that gave them the courage and strength to go past the emotional bumps and insecurities.

Melanie Shawn does a fabulous job of drawing out the contrasting depths of various relationships. Relationships are bonded with heart and not just blood. And when you have your heart in the right place, adverse situations can make you very strong. With love, support and compassionate friends, Jace and Cat welcome their new life with Gavin – a perfect beginning of a new life!

I am not a big fan of young adult stories or books written in first person. Having said that, I do read a handful of authors who have written this genre in first person and have enjoyed them. Did I say ‘a handful’ of authors, and I meant literally…. and did I also mention that I am not a fan of cliff hangers and stories going into 2nd and 3rd books…well then!

But the duo sisters of Melanie and Shawna make this work. They are making me take back all my inhibitions of reading this new genre and “Someday Girl”, first in their new young adult series, Someday Series, is much more than just young love, strong language or raging hormones.

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Cat Nichols is headed to college. New life. New friends. New home. A life she can have, far away from loneliness and insecurities. Open skies, breathing the air of freedom, all far away from the shadows of gossip and masks where she can be a normal young adult. She may be shy, but she’s got a heart of gold and opens it to the stirrings of first love and its flavor.

Jace Butler comes back from the land of wars and for a young age, has demons that dog his life. A chance meeting with Cat, stirs emotions and feelings long buried and as he falls in love with her, he realizes that life is worth living for something as beautiful as Cat and her love. But the past seems to have a relentless hold on his present and his future looks uncertain.

This is just the beginning of a journey that takes Jace and Cat on its winding path, as they discover the reality of life. Experiences and pain will make them strong. Family and friends will have them question loyalty and support. Society and the world may drive them apart, before they can come together. Can they weather the storms of life as they grow and mature in feelings, and keep that tenacious hold on love and trust, is what the Someday Series is all about.

It’s charming, it’s real, it’s crisp, it’s youthful and it can very well be my almost young adult daughter heading into her story of life.

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Don’t miss the second and third, “One Day His” (October 2014) and “Forever Us” (November 2014) respectively, if you want to know whether Jace and Cat got their HEA

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