Just Three Words – Melissa Brayden

Just Three Words – Melissa BraydonI didnt read as much as normal over the spring and summer and missed some excellent titles. I also realised I had done Melissa Brayden a huge dis-service by not reviewing Just Three Words. So apologies for being behind the times.

I loved this book. It is well written, has excellent and endearing characters, a charming backdrop of shared history and deep friendship. I enjoyed the camaraderie, the well drawn but varied characters, the recognition that their very differences are what made them such a fine team. The secondary characters are just as well drawn, and we get a real sense that Ms Brayden is a a student of human nature and a fine observer.

Melissa BraydenIt is a fine romance. We know where it’s going and don’t expect any radical surprises, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t a very well done book. Excellent style, well edited and put together, and an altogether enjoyable read.. must be, I have read it twice this year and that’s a rarity.

If you haven’t sampled Melissa Brayden’s superb romances you are definitely missing out.

(publisher review copy received)

Product info:

  • Paperback: 264 pages
  • First published 2015
  • Publisher: Bold Strokes Books (April 20, 2015)
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