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Untouched (A Beachwood Bay Love Story Book 1) by [Grace, Melody]
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"Achingly romantic and intensely sexy, UNTOUCHED is as consuming as the mad, reckless love between Juliet and Emerson." -- Lauren Blakely, NYT & USA Today bestselling author.


"Fabulous!... Melody Grace sure knows how to write some steamy scenes! The sexual tension and burning desire that is felt with Emerson and Juliet is scorching." -- Romance Addiction Blog

"Melody Grace can write one hot love scene. I can almost feel the crackling of energy between them jump of the page... Untouched is a great short read. Can be read before or after Unbroken it doesn't really matter as long as you read it period!" -- Ava BookNerdsAnonymous, Goodreads.

"This book was short but it definitely had a whole bunch of sexy! The passion and connection between Juliet and Emerson is difficult to ignore. Melody Grace really knows how to write some great romance!" Five stars. -- Bookfixation Blog

Product Details

  • File Size: 1837 KB
  • Print Length: 114 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Melody Grace Books (May 12, 2013)
  • Publication Date: May 12, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CRFHJAA
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,628 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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By A. Pollard on October 7, 2013
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Seriously, if you can't spell your heroine's name right at the beginning of every chapter, there is a problem. I should have heeded the warning. I don't not-finish very few books, but I couldn't finish this one. So ridiculously immature, trite, and self absorbed. Ah! I am so confused by the good ratings. This book sucks.
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The chapters are titled either Emerson or Juilet, depending on whose point of view the reader is getting. The problem for me is that every Juliet chapter is spelled wrong. Yes, the author writes "JUILET" instead of "JULIET." To some that may be a little thing, but it really bugged me. Spell your main character's name right! And...the story was pretty boring and unrealistic. Sorry, it's a no-go for me.
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Ok so I read these kind of backwards. I read Unbroken first and then Untouched. I loved both of them A LOT however they both left me wanting more. I feel like Untouched was such a short story. The book literally only goes up to the third week of the summer...then Unbroken continutes Four Years later. The writing is well done and the author does an excellent job at getting you invested in the characters in such a short amount of time...I just wish there would have been more of their summer story other than the first three weeks. Yes, they do touch on different things that happened during the 2nd book but it still left me wanting more...a lot more. I loved these characters so much and I feel like both stories were just so short and I don't want to be done with them yet.
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I don't even know where to begin. It's been such a stressful week with the end of the school year and last night I decided I needed to sit down and read for just a little while. Naturally, Melody's novella was the perfect choice! I was worried at first because I hadn't read Unbroken, but then I saw this could be read as a stand-alone. I'm glad I read it first to be honest, because now I'm familiar and invested in the characters. And as always I love dual POV's. I think it brings so much more to the story to have two completely different point of views, especially from our leading male and female.

From the very first paragraph, I fell in love with Melody's writing. She has a beautiful way with words and I was completed enraptured. Her writing is mature and not once did I think to myself, "Wow, that was cheesy."

"Because that's the thing I didn't understand about fate: there's always a moment when you do have a choice. Standing there in the shallows, watching the wave roll in; feeling its power, knowing it might pull you under, but believing the water will carry your weight all the same."

We are introduced to Juliet first who, as we learn from the very first chapter, is wanting to start anew. She wants to be free of her past and is looking forward to a new beginning. She tells us how fate steps in- in the form of Emerson Ray and she wonders if she will be brave enough to accept that maybe this new twist of fate might be the one she needs. Or if it will be an epic disaster.

Oh, Emerson. What to say about him? At first glance, we don't get a very good impression of him. He wakes up next to a one-night stand, whose name he can't remember and a pounding hangover.
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By Lissa on September 19, 2013
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It is an ok book, but I will not get the second one because there are so many errors in the book. It's just sloppy.
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Would not recommend to my friends. Too shallow in story line and characterization. Leaves you hanging. Don't bother with this one.
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I got a Melody Grace story in a box set so I decided to look into other stories by her. I now know that I do not want to read any further stories by this author. There are a lot of grammar errors, unbelievable characters and situations, and enough melodrama to make you hate high school all over again.
The story begins with H kicking himself for being such a soulless jerk for sleeping with girls he doesn't care about and then getting in an accident with a female and all either of them can think about is how hot the other is. Really? No build up, just insta-lust that is supposed to be about soul mates. I am an older woman that enjoys a good romance. This is not it. I stopped in the first chapter and tried skipping around to see if the story improved. It did not, so I am deleting.
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Melody Grace is a helluva writer. In Untouched we meet Juliet and Emerson for the first time and it's so wonderful to see these characters we already know from Unbroken, but for the first time, four years earlier. Juliet is innocent but also adventurous and when she meets Emerson - well, sparks fly! As for Emerson, he's taken with her immediately, and because the book is written in dual POVs, we understand him from the get-go, how he's damaged, but also what he so desperately needs - someone like Juliet, who gets him. Someone he can share himself with and be honest with. She sees inside him because she's faced the same challenges in life. These two are truly a perfect match, emotionally and sexually. Oh, have I mentioned the kissing and the sexy scene? Red hot and so intense!
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