Know what’s unique about a book. Whether just off ‟the press” or released years ago when you get to read it; it doesn’t matter.
I just had a chance to read Melissa Harlow’s 2009 release of:
She has a talent to make feel the emotional concerns of her characters real. She forces you to become one with them. In Stolen Property she has you dancing between her two leading characters.
Your heart aches as the story opens with Mayree disclosing the pain of being bullied for not being built like a super model. You will want to hold Mayree’s hand, and help her through the pain of being real flesh and blood and it’s, OK not to be a size 6.
Ms. Harlow quickly carries the plot forward and you’re now hating the rough, touch, and mean--Quinn. Knowing she’ll be turning the tables and have you rooting for him. If Mayree won’t say what Quinn needs to hear—you’ll shout it out for her.
I will not be commenting on her intimate scenes. There’s no need to, any one who ever read anything by, Ms. Harlow knows she knows how to write them just fine.(maybe too fine.)
So, if you like your heroine to be real woman and not a Barbie Doll. If you like your hero a real man with scars (inside and out)who makes mistakes, some time’s majors ones, then...
Pick up or download your own copy of Stolen Property and enjoy. I know I did.
Find more about Melissa Harlow http://www.melissaharlow.com/