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- Print Length: 416 pages
- Publication Date: January 30, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0796HG43S
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A Different Game (A Wrong Game Novel) Kindle Edition
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I have not read the first book of this series which is about a different couple. I didn’t really have a hard time keeping up with the storyline or characters, but I will be reading the first book because I see that the stories flow together.
Melanie and Jake live in the same town. Jake’s life is in their small village, but Melanie is waiting to flee it. She is looked down upon because of her past mistakes and feels like she can’t breathe there. Jake and Melanie shared a short period in the past, and both thought they could move on. When Jake returns home, all bets are off. Can they make this fling a relationship? Will she ever be able to trust anyone again, especially someone who has the power to completely crush her?
Melanie was an intriguing character..she definitely isn’t perfect, and people in the book seem to make some unfair judgments about her. Yes, she made some bad choices, but no one ever asked why she did. They assumed, never asking themselves why she became the person they thought she was. She is the first to admit her flaws, but life dealt her a crap hand, and she dealt with it the only way she knew how. She lost two of the most important people in her life, and she began thinking no one ever stays, so why should she allow her heart to be broken again. She thought she had protected her heart, but she found out she hadn’t when Jake came back into her life.
Jake, himself, is also an intriguing character. He is flawed as well, but aren’t we all? Life dealt him a blow as well, professionally and more importantly, personally. Things he grew up thinking were true were lies. He is having a hard time dealing with it, especially when it impacts his relationship and who he thought his cousin, Taylor, was. His heart has always belonged to Melanie, even if he doesn’t realize it yet. He can’t get her out of his head, and he’ll take her anyway he can get her.
“She was intriguing—a closed book I wanted to tear open and devour every last word of.”
I just love when two people who have been hurt and in pain find one another and begin the healing process. These two were destined to be together. Not only do they find love, but they also discovered who they were as individuals. Life will definitely take them places they only dreamed of.
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