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    Passionate, well-told story!

    I loved this story! Declan and Melanie are passionate, angst-filled individuals. The story at times took me out of my comfort zone, as it dealt with subjects that have significance for me. But it was good exercise 😉! Melanie and Declan make an awesome couple, even as they work out the kinks in their relationship, and with the world around them. One of the impressive things about Melanie is her learned skill of understanding people by noting expressions, posture - body language. It works well for her until her own self-doubts get in the way. Her friend, Cammie, is such a sweetheart! She calls Melanie out on what she is doing when Mel’s being negative about things. Declan is pretty special. He’s difficult to get to know; he’s an actor - accustomed to making a false front look real. He sees Melanie as she is and loves her for it. And he stays with her through thick and thin. Do read. You’ll love it, too!
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    4.0 out of 5 starsSweet and insightful take on the

    Melanie is the dressing girl for the movie Declan has been working on for the past few months. They’re both interested in each other, but of course, repeatedly misread each other’s motives. They both keep catching glimpses of each other in the mirror when she’s helping him get into costume…Declan notices Melanie’s interest. However, whenever he gets all dreamy-eyed over her, Melanie believes he’s gazing in adoration at his own image and actually despises her. Declan is a hard hero to understand at first, and it’s easy to feel for Melanie whenever she misinterprets him. Things I liked about the story: Declan is complex and intelligent. He’s not just a pretty foil for Melanie’s happily ever after. It has a great cast of supporting characters. Cammie, Melanie’s roommate/friend is sweet, kind and a great friend. Cammie absolutely deserves her own story and a HEA (Hint, Hint!!). Melanie’s mom is wonderful and interesting. Christa Wick sensitively portrays people with mental health issues. The inception-like reference at the end. #iamwithmelanie – people judge, but Christa Wick showed that people can also be supportive and stand up to unfairness. Things I didn’t like about the story: Nil. I pretty much liked everything. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader copy of this book.

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