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Some Sort of Happy (Skylar and Sebastian): A Happy Crazy Love Novel by [Harlow, Melanie]
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"SOME SORT OF HAPPY is all kinds of amazingsexy, and romantic." -- Lauren Blakely, NYT Bestselling Author
   
"Get ready for a beautifulawe-inspiringpassionate romance." -- Shayna Renee's Spicy Reads
 
"Oh how I LOVED this book! This book was so touching, so heartfelt, so real... Ms. Harlow knows how to write sexy and emotional books and I am hooked on this author's writing!" -- Shh Mom's Reading
   
"BLOWN AWAY. This is my first thought. I firmly believe that this is THAT book. The book people are going to be talking about." -- Dirty Laundry Review 
"From page one, I just KNEW I was reading something special. SOME SORT OF HAPPY is like a little piece of magic; it's funny, it's sexy, and it's heart breaking." -- The Literary Gossip
 
"This book was wittysexy, and heart-wrenchingly beautiful. Easily one of my top reads of this year5 fantastic stars for SOME SORT OF HAPPY!" -- Book Lovers Obsession
  
"I clung to each sentence like it was my lifeline. I went back and forth from not being able to put the book down to trying to force myself to stop reading because I just didn't want it to end." -- Fiction Fangirls 

About the Author

Melanie Harlow is the author of the Speak Easy series and the Frenched series. Melanie's stories are inspired by a sense of place, an appreciation for the past, and unexpected pleasures in life-especially the romantic kind. She lives in Detroit, Michigan.

Lucy Malone is one of the most sought-after voices for erotica narration, counting numerous bestsellers among her titles. AudioFile magazine has said that "her presentation of the . . . scenes conveys excitement, surprise, anticipation, and fulfillment without reservation."

Nelson Hobbs lives on the sand with a classical guitar in one hand and a glass of sangria in the other. His villa on the beach is lined wall-to-wall with a coveted library of romantic classics. His voice resonates in this paradise which has led to the natural transition to audiobook narrator.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1685 KB
  • Print Length: 345 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1517284643
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: September 22, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B015AADCLS
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,285 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Kindle Edition
So here’s the thing… Sebastian Pryce stole the show in this book. I don’t know that I was expecting that based on the blurb.. or the cover… but it’s what happened. I felt overwhelming love and sadness for him. I wanted to put him in this little bubble and help fix him but then I also wanted him to use his rope and talk dirty to me. Sebastian is an enigma. He’s a contradiction of worry and sadness mixed with a light inside that just begs to shine. He has so many sides to his personality - each one makes him endearing. There’s something about Melanie’s writing that just sucks me in. Some Sort of Happy (SSoH for short) had her signature dirty and funny… but there is an underlying sadness and struggle that plague both characters - each for their own reasons.

I really loved Skylar's character; she’s feisty, supportive, genuine, and funny. She’s a little lost, having not fulfilled her career goals like she intended. She’s lacking self-confidence because of the things that didn’t work out and compares herself a lot to her more successful sisters. But as we get to know everyone more, we see that it’s not always what it seems on the outside. Her sister the doctor is lonely. The sister that bails her out with a temp job working at her coffee shop has relationship issues. But Skylar is a wonderful person, she just happens to be very hard on herself. I loved how she just knew how to break Sebastian's walls down. It was like she had a sixth sense when it came to his fears and thoughts. Skylar really is a great a girl, even if she doesn’t fully realize it. It’s a good thing that Sebastian is majorly clued in.

Like I said earlier, Sebastian stole the show and really made this book something special.
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5++++ Stars

Some Sort of Happy by Melanie Harlow

BLOWN. AWAY. This is my first thought. UNEXPECTED. That is my second thought. And then, there's...OMFG THIS IS THE BEST BOOK EVER I JUST WANT TO HOLD AND HUG AND KISS SEBASTIAN 8 TIMES AND I NEVER WANT TO LET HIM GO. Phew. Those are just some of my thoughts. What it boils down to is this. Melanie Harlow can write. She writes her f**king a** off. And we all know this. But then, she delivers SSOH, and it's like WHERE DID THIS COME FROM?!?! Because what she gives us, is a story that ripped my heart out. It had me crying, smiling, laughing out loud, swooning. Oh yes people. SWOONING HARD. Stroking, rope, and car sex. OH MY!! I was shocked. And awed. By her MC, Sebastian Pryce. How Melanie can create such a character, has me floored. How she brings together the seriousness and matches it with the hotness. And add in Mel's signature humor. What you get is perfection. I'm not going to delve too much into the story. Because I don't want to rob you of the not knowing, in case you don't know. Because if I say one thing, it might give away another thing. But I will totally fangirl as to why I loved it!! Let's start with Sebastion. He's not your typical BBF. He's complex, misunderstood, and has some serious issues. My heart broke for him over and over. And he also made it pound hard. Not just for the way he loved and cared for Skylar. But for the man he was. His strength. His courage. His struggles. He's not an easy man to love. But the words and thoughts that poured out of him!! God!! Let me share a few of my favorites. I think I might of highlighted this whole darn book lol!
I loved her, and she loved me. Now it was my responsibility to keep her safe. keep her safe.
keep her safe.
keep her safe.
keep her safe.
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Format: Paperback
A constant battle between head and heart...A story of forgiveness, redemption, and hope.

Refreshing! Inspiring! Sensational! I couldn't take my eyes off of the pages. I was sucked in from page one and there was no turning back. The words grabbed hold of my heart and wouldn't let go. The writing style, the voice of the characters, the immediate emotional connection that developed, it was just an overall beautiful experience. Ms. Harlow's words left me with a huge smile on my face, one that I still have to this day. Most of you are familiar with this author giving us sexy romantic comedies. SOME SORT OF HAPPY is taken in a different direction, a wonderful and deep emotional direction that I appreciated so much. It had a realness to it that you can't deny and people will definitely be able to relate to it.

Skylar and Sebastian are characters that you will fall in love with. They are two VERY different people but together they bring light into each other's lives. Get ready for a beautiful, awe-inspiring, passionate romance.

*Gifted copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review*
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********Minor Spoilers********

What can I say? Yet again, Melanie Harlow has outdone herself. I admit, at the beginning, I wasn't sure if I was going to like Sebastian...he's a different type of romantic lead and the things he is dealing with in his life make his a lot less accessible that romantic heroes usually are..but then you get to know him. You get to know him as Skylar gets to know him...and you fall for him as well. Sebastian's OCD is so well-written you feel like you understand a little what it must be like in his head as he struggles. You admire Skylar as it takes a lot of strength to be able to deal with what is a part of who he is that will cause struggles that he can't control no matter how much he wants to control them. And, he does. He struggles with the idea that he should not be with Skylar and he pushes her away. Repeatedly. He lets her in, and then pulls back. If he wasn't written well, you would give up on Sebastian. Instead, I found myself cheering each little step forward and sad for each one he took back.

I love that, at the beginning of the book, each are in a low place. Partly to blame, but at the same time they are each at that low point partly due to circumstances they controlled badly and allowed to take over their lives. They are both working their way back to being the people they know they can be...and there is a draw to one another that is built of that understanding. The scene in the restaurant where they both think they are getting attention because of something they have each done and acknowledge it is wonderful. There is such a common ground it is impossible for them not to fall for one another.

I loved it. A well written and wonderful effort by an author I will continue to read anything she writes.
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