Collide Romance Revisited #2 PDF/EPUB õ Collide

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10 thoughts on “Collide Romance Revisited #2

  1. Carole (in Canada) Carole (in Canada) says:

    I don't know how Ms Stanford does it but she had me in tears by the end of the first chapter Small town girl leaving all she knows and loves behind to follow her dreams I'd given up a life a future I'd set for myself whether I wanted it or not uote from the bookThis is a poignant gripping and gritty story that held me in it's grasp until the very end This book is a contemporary homage to Elizabeth Gaskell's 'North and South' You can see the parallels but it is very much it's own story The story is told from Maggie Hale's and Jay Thornton's perspective I appreciated being inside their heads Each came from very different worlds Maggie's is black and white and Jay's is shades of gray The book title is so apt for they 'collide' each time they are in each other's presence The force so strong at times that even the sparks collideShe'd become a light in my dark world But she would never know because I couldn't be that light for her uote from the bookThis book is a journey for both of them One to grow and mature from her naivete and to break free from the cage she was trapped within The other to break loose from his past and the dark and seedier side of the law As the tension within the book uickly grew it had me literally holding my breath and clenching my jaw And let me tell you the tension didn't let go until the very end This is a brilliant and intense story that I can't recommend highly enough


  2. Sophia Sophia says:

    A country girl dreaming of something out of life heads to big city lights to make her dreams to be a professional dancer comes true A hard bodied enforcer trapped in his work for a dangerous ambitious boss has dreams of buying his friend's boxing gym and teaching the sport The pair collide in this tempestuous and fiery opposite side of the tracks romantic suspense Devoured it in two sittings Collide is book two in a series but it easily works as a standalone story since it has very little connection to the previous novel and novellas Even the connection to Elizabeth's Gaskell's classic North and South doesn't mean the reader has to be familiar with that story either though it certainly made it engaging seeing the parallelsI loved this story and particularly the situations of these characters and how it portrays people just doing the best that they can Maggie starts out as a cautionary tale because she's so cocksure that I wanted to thump her She has no idea how good she's had it all her life and doesn't get that not everyone started with the same breaks But that was the beginning She grows less naive and she starts to really look beyond her snap judgements to see Jay was right about her trying to simplify everyone's motives to black and white and she starts to get some street smarts She is also right to push for and to not just settle for status uo like Jay has been doing Jay feels he owes loyalty to a man who has grown morally bankrupt over the years and has to figure out how to extricate himself and keep Maggie out of the danger she dove into Maggie challenges him to believe that he can have something better and to get out of the bad stuff he's doingIt was well paced and the tension built nicely The balance between character development and action were perfect The characters are flawed but they learn and grow And what really impressed me was the mature behavior both Maggie and Jay demonstrated in that mistakes are owned to and apologies are madeThis is a sweet romance but this works well because the pair spent most of the book out of step with each other because of Maggie's assumptions about Jay his need to get out of a bad situation and then both of them in trouble up to their necks I liked seeing the subtle shift in their feelings and thoughts about each other It was organic to the story rather than forced There is sizzle and chemistryAll in all this was an engaging story where I could root for the characters' romance hold my breath at times when they were in trouble and appreciate the echoes of connection to a well loved classic Sweet romantic suspense and contemporary romance lovers are the target group for my recommendationMy thanks to the author for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review


  3. Jacob Proffitt Jacob Proffitt says:

    This started off relatively intriguing Maggie a pastor's daughter decides that she really must take a shot at dancing for a particular studio in Vegas Yeah I'm giving it that premise for free Jay is an enforcer for a loan shark mainly out of loyalty and a sense of obligation for bringing him off the streets as a kid Maggie's roommate's boyfriend is in default on a loan and thus our two protagonists meetAnd Stanford does a reasonable job with this initial setup We can see Jay's struggle to be a good guy despite his job He's working on a way out and seems to be a genuine and decent guy Indeed any less decent and he wouldn't be in the fix he is in And Maggie works as a naïve girl growing up fast and with an author who doesn't seem to be interested in going there with that character in Las Vegas So both are engaging characters that I wanted to see bounce off each other a bitAnd then things started getting stupidI'm a bit over a third in so I'm not spoiler tagging this but just stop if you care about being spoiled on this story Anyway the first crack is learning that the whole loan thing is incredibly stupid The nimrod took out the loan shark loan to pay off a bank loan Seriously you don't get dumber than that So this whole world of pain that is going to drag Maggie down and put her in conflict with Jay is based on a fundamental stupidity Putting your limbs at risk in preference to your credit rating? Well at least those hospital bills you incur won't oh wait you're headed for bankruptcy anyway MoronSo I was already distancing from the story when we get a confrontation where the loan shark himself is threatening the boyfriend And the roommate So Maggie pipes up that she'll get him the money She doesn't have a plan Or any way to get the funds Or any motivation beyond violence was going to happen and I couldn't stand it So now she's the mark So she's on the hook for pain and persecution from the male protagonist because the dumbest idiot on the planet didn't want a bad credit rating I'm sorry but that broke me This moved her from merely naïve and learning hard lessons to actively too stupid to live I hate that in my Urban Fantasy stories It turns out that it razes romances down to the groundI went a few pages hoping for a take back so I could continue Yes I liked the characters until this happened But no two thirds of the story loomed before me and it was going to be full of Maggie figuring out how to wriggle out of her big fat stupid mouth Just Ugh


  4. Christina Christina says:

    Stanford brings her A game as she melds a fantastic cast with heart pounding action and smart plot If you loved Gaskill's North and South this Romance Revisited novel is one you do not want to miss I stayed up all night reading an advance copy and I am walking around today with a book hangover What a stellar read Even if you haven't read North and South you will certainly be captivated by this stand alone suspenseful contemporary romance J D Robb fans will enjoy this one too The characters are engaging dialog is believable and the tension both romantic and plot is near palpable It was especially enjoyable to see how Stanford's characters of a classic favorite played out in her modern day Las Vegas setting Collide is a sure bet Add to your Want to Read list


  5. Melanie Stanford Melanie Stanford says:

    Figuring out how to retell Elizabeth Gaskell's NORTH SOUTH wasn't easy but hopefully worth it in the end


  6. Paige Paige says:

    I loved this fabulous retelling of Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South The contemporary setting of Las Vegas is perfect for this story and helps make the main characters Maggie and Jay and their romance particularly relevant for modern readersI am a fan of Melanie Stanford's writing and this book was as captivating and enjoyable as I had hoped it would be Although this is the second book of the Romance Revisited series it definitely works as a standalone There is a surprise cameo and brief reference to previous characters which will delight readers who have read the first book Sway but will not confuse those who have not I was a bit concerned that I wouldn't be able to like Jay since he is an enforcer for a loan shark He beat up a client in his first scene and I wasn't sure how I was going to root for him I told myself that I would picture him as the actor who portrayed him in the miniseries version of North and South completely forgetting that the character is not particularly meant to seem charming and likeable at our introduction Maggie and Jay are supposed to Collide over real social issues My viewing of the miniseries was clouded by my love for the actor and since I saw the miniseries first I don't think I was able to fully appreciate the underlying tension and social commentary when I read Margaret Gaskell's book Let me reassure you that I was definitely able to root for him as the story unfolded Along with strong relatable main characters there were wonderful secondary characters and storylines This was an excellent reading experience This story had suspense grit friendship drama romance and humor I recommend it I think it will appeal to both fans and readers not familiar with North and SouthI received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review


  7. Debbie Debbie says:

    When I read the book description I couldn't begin to imagine how modern Las Vegas could possibly parallel Northern England in the mid 1800s or envision John Thornton as the muscle for a Vegas loan shark Seemed like too much of a stretch for this to work I was wrong In Ms Stanford's hands it works brilliantly As it begins Maggie Hale receives a marriage proposal from her longtime boyfriend She suddenly realizes that she wants for her life than what she sees mapped for her future in the small town she grew up in She's a dancer and having been inspired by seeing a Vegas dance company perform she decides to go there and audition with them expecting to be accepted Her parents are appalled especially her father who's a minister Maggie persists and gets encouragement from her absentee brother Frasier the black sheepof the family who puts her in touch with Bronwyn a former girlfriend Maggie heads to Vegas despite Mr Hale's objections and she becomes Bronwyn's roommate Her dance audition does not go as anticipatedBronwyn's has an on againoff again boyfriend Nico who has a drinking problem More problematic he took out a big loan from Simon Ting a loan shark and he doesn't have the money to repay the loan with its rapidly compounding interestJay Thornton is a guy who really never had a chance After being orphaned he was kicked out of his foster home when his foster sister falsely accused him of molesting her Simon rescued him from the streets and Jay feels he owes him everything Although he's Simon's enforcer going after deadbeats like Nico his heart is at a boxing gym he helps Conall McCrary run The two protagonists first encounter each other when Maggie and Bronwyn are at the gym to meet Nico who lives in a room there and works as a janitor They arrive as Jay is beating Nico warning him that his payment deadline has passed This doesn't exactly make a great first impression with Maggie who assumes Jay is nothing than an evil bullyJay and Maggie continue to come across each other sometimes at the diner where Maggie is working and sometimes at McCrary's gym where Maggie has been given space to rehearse the dance piece she's preparing for her next audition I love these characterizations Maggie is shown to be both naive and courageous and it's obvious why Jay is attracted to her He gets increasingly uncomfortable with Simon's illegal activities which appear to be escalating Jay's fascination with Maggie further complicates things especially once she impulsively assumes Nico's debt I wasn't sure how Maggie's brother Frasier would factor into the plot but his storyline meshes perfectly I love the writing The author creates a dangerous feeling atmosphere that matches the storyline and her storytelling is positively gripping Parallels to North and South are obvious once they pop up but I challenge you to predict them The buildup is suspenseful with no happy ending apparently possibleand yet somehow there IS one It's a fantastic book from beginning to end whether or not you've previously read North and South


  8. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    I thought this author did a great job comparing Vegas life to North and South Great similarities between both If you love North and South then you’ll appreciate all the work that went to this contemporary adaptation of it This was good and I was torn by the conditions and all the misunderstandings Life is messy and painfulI and the author did a great job with that I did want the story to go a little deeper But having said that I really did enjoy the story over all I recently bought her other book and can’t wait to read it I wanted everyone to know that I received an ARC for my honest review


  9. Marivi Sanz Marivi Sanz says:

    Collide is not a re telling of Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South in the sense that there are many differences between the two books At first I was a little sceptical about setting Jay Thornton and Maggie Hale in Las Vegas in the middle of corrupt cops fights boxing gyms dancing and lent money but after having loved Melanie Stanford's re telling of Persuasion Sway I was all in and she didn't disappointMaggie is tired of her life in Hillstone and after her long time boyfriend proposes she feels caged with no future and runs away to Vegas to fulfil her dream of entering the most prestigious Dance Academy in the city If you have read Elizabeth Gaskell's North and south you'll recognize Margaret Hale in this Maggie that arrives in Vegas judging everyone feeling better and than everyone else most of all Jay Thornton the muscled right hand of a corrupt cop that earns his living beating up the people that cannot return the payments lent by his boss while teaching boxing in a gym She's proud and he's rude and violent When she gets herself into trouble trying to help Nico Higgins she starts to realize that life is not always black and white good or bad and sometimes people make bad decisions that affect their livesI loved the character development how both Jay and Maggie and Nico too recognise their mistakes and learn from them while keeping the misunderstandings of the original story and weaving a story of corruption violence and despair It's great watching them fall in love again as they fight for their lives and my only complaint is that it's too short I want Jay and Maggie even if she irritates me as much as the first timePut me in line for Melanie Stanford's next re telling of whatever she wants to write next I'll buy it


  10. InD& InD& says:

    4550A contemporary romance on the streets of Vegas “Collide” is the second book in the “Romance Revisited” series and a stand alone novel Read full review in the 2018 May issue of InD'tale Magazine


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Collide Romance Revisited #2 [Download] ➽ Collide Romance Revisited #2 By Melanie Stanford – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk When their worlds collide neither will be left unscarredSuffocated by her small town life Maggie Hale runs away to Las Vegas to pursue her dream as a contemporary dancer But Vegas doesn’t turn out l When their worlds collide neither will be left unscarredSuffocated by her small town life Maggie Hale runs away to Las Vegas to pursue her dream as a contemporary dancer But Vegas doesn’t turn out like she imagined She doesn’t make it into Essence Dance Theater and the only job she can find is working in a greasy diner—again Jay Thornton wants to uit enforcing and own his own boxing gym one day But his loan shark boss saved him from the streets as a kid Collide Romance MOBI :Þ and he owes the man everything Cutting ties isn’t so simple When Maggie pledges to pay back a friend’s loan she becomes Jay’s next mark Sparks fly between them but choosing each other could mean the end of both their dreamsCOLLIDE is inspired by Elizabeth Gaskell’s NORTH SOUTH.

  • Paperback
  • 298 pages
  • Collide Romance Revisited #2
  • Melanie Stanford
  • English
  • 15 March 2014

About the Author: Melanie Stanford

Melanie Stanford reads too much plays music too loud is sometimes dancing and always daydreaming She would also like her very own TARDIS but only to travel to the past She lives outside Calgary Alberta Canada with her husband four kids and ridiculous amounts of snow.


10 thoughts on “Collide Romance Revisited #2

  1. Carole (in Canada) Carole (in Canada) says:

    I don't know how Ms Stanford does it but she had me in tears by the end of the first chapter Small town girl leaving all she knows and loves behind to follow her dreams I'd given up a life a future I'd set for myself whether I wanted it or not uote from the bookThis is a poignant gripping and gritty story that held me in it's grasp until the very end This book is a contemporary homage to Elizabeth Gaskell's 'North and South' You can see the parallels but it is very much it's own story The story is told from Maggie Hale's and Jay Thornton's perspective I appreciated being inside their heads Each came from very different worlds Maggie's is black and white and Jay's is shades of gray The book title is so apt for they 'collide' each time they are in each other's presence The force so strong at times that even the sparks collideShe'd become a light in my dark world But she would never know because I couldn't be that light for her uote from the bookThis book is a journey for both of them One to grow and mature from her naivete and to break free from the cage she was trapped within The other to break loose from his past and the dark and seedier side of the law As the tension within the book uickly grew it had me literally holding my breath and clenching my jaw And let me tell you the tension didn't let go until the very end This is a brilliant and intense story that I can't recommend highly enough

  2. Sophia Sophia says:

    A country girl dreaming of something out of life heads to big city lights to make her dreams to be a professional dancer comes true A hard bodied enforcer trapped in his work for a dangerous ambitious boss has dreams of buying his friend's boxing gym and teaching the sport The pair collide in this tempestuous and fiery opposite side of the tracks romantic suspense Devoured it in two sittings Collide is book two in a series but it easily works as a standalone story since it has very little connection to the previous novel and novellas Even the connection to Elizabeth's Gaskell's classic North and South doesn't mean the reader has to be familiar with that story either though it certainly made it engaging seeing the parallelsI loved this story and particularly the situations of these characters and how it portrays people just doing the best that they can Maggie starts out as a cautionary tale because she's so cocksure that I wanted to thump her She has no idea how good she's had it all her life and doesn't get that not everyone started with the same breaks But that was the beginning She grows less naive and she starts to really look beyond her snap judgements to see Jay was right about her trying to simplify everyone's motives to black and white and she starts to get some street smarts She is also right to push for and to not just settle for status uo like Jay has been doing Jay feels he owes loyalty to a man who has grown morally bankrupt over the years and has to figure out how to extricate himself and keep Maggie out of the danger she dove into Maggie challenges him to believe that he can have something better and to get out of the bad stuff he's doingIt was well paced and the tension built nicely The balance between character development and action were perfect The characters are flawed but they learn and grow And what really impressed me was the mature behavior both Maggie and Jay demonstrated in that mistakes are owned to and apologies are madeThis is a sweet romance but this works well because the pair spent most of the book out of step with each other because of Maggie's assumptions about Jay his need to get out of a bad situation and then both of them in trouble up to their necks I liked seeing the subtle shift in their feelings and thoughts about each other It was organic to the story rather than forced There is sizzle and chemistryAll in all this was an engaging story where I could root for the characters' romance hold my breath at times when they were in trouble and appreciate the echoes of connection to a well loved classic Sweet romantic suspense and contemporary romance lovers are the target group for my recommendationMy thanks to the author for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review

  3. Jacob Proffitt Jacob Proffitt says:

    This started off relatively intriguing Maggie a pastor's daughter decides that she really must take a shot at dancing for a particular studio in Vegas Yeah I'm giving it that premise for free Jay is an enforcer for a loan shark mainly out of loyalty and a sense of obligation for bringing him off the streets as a kid Maggie's roommate's boyfriend is in default on a loan and thus our two protagonists meetAnd Stanford does a reasonable job with this initial setup We can see Jay's struggle to be a good guy despite his job He's working on a way out and seems to be a genuine and decent guy Indeed any less decent and he wouldn't be in the fix he is in And Maggie works as a naïve girl growing up fast and with an author who doesn't seem to be interested in going there with that character in Las Vegas So both are engaging characters that I wanted to see bounce off each other a bitAnd then things started getting stupidI'm a bit over a third in so I'm not spoiler tagging this but just stop if you care about being spoiled on this story Anyway the first crack is learning that the whole loan thing is incredibly stupid The nimrod took out the loan shark loan to pay off a bank loan Seriously you don't get dumber than that So this whole world of pain that is going to drag Maggie down and put her in conflict with Jay is based on a fundamental stupidity Putting your limbs at risk in preference to your credit rating? Well at least those hospital bills you incur won't oh wait you're headed for bankruptcy anyway MoronSo I was already distancing from the story when we get a confrontation where the loan shark himself is threatening the boyfriend And the roommate So Maggie pipes up that she'll get him the money She doesn't have a plan Or any way to get the funds Or any motivation beyond violence was going to happen and I couldn't stand it So now she's the mark So she's on the hook for pain and persecution from the male protagonist because the dumbest idiot on the planet didn't want a bad credit rating I'm sorry but that broke me This moved her from merely naïve and learning hard lessons to actively too stupid to live I hate that in my Urban Fantasy stories It turns out that it razes romances down to the groundI went a few pages hoping for a take back so I could continue Yes I liked the characters until this happened But no two thirds of the story loomed before me and it was going to be full of Maggie figuring out how to wriggle out of her big fat stupid mouth Just Ugh

  4. Christina Christina says:

    Stanford brings her A game as she melds a fantastic cast with heart pounding action and smart plot If you loved Gaskill's North and South this Romance Revisited novel is one you do not want to miss I stayed up all night reading an advance copy and I am walking around today with a book hangover What a stellar read Even if you haven't read North and South you will certainly be captivated by this stand alone suspenseful contemporary romance J D Robb fans will enjoy this one too The characters are engaging dialog is believable and the tension both romantic and plot is near palpable It was especially enjoyable to see how Stanford's characters of a classic favorite played out in her modern day Las Vegas setting Collide is a sure bet Add to your Want to Read list

  5. Melanie Stanford Melanie Stanford says:

    Figuring out how to retell Elizabeth Gaskell's NORTH SOUTH wasn't easy but hopefully worth it in the end

  6. Paige Paige says:

    I loved this fabulous retelling of Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South The contemporary setting of Las Vegas is perfect for this story and helps make the main characters Maggie and Jay and their romance particularly relevant for modern readersI am a fan of Melanie Stanford's writing and this book was as captivating and enjoyable as I had hoped it would be Although this is the second book of the Romance Revisited series it definitely works as a standalone There is a surprise cameo and brief reference to previous characters which will delight readers who have read the first book Sway but will not confuse those who have not I was a bit concerned that I wouldn't be able to like Jay since he is an enforcer for a loan shark He beat up a client in his first scene and I wasn't sure how I was going to root for him I told myself that I would picture him as the actor who portrayed him in the miniseries version of North and South completely forgetting that the character is not particularly meant to seem charming and likeable at our introduction Maggie and Jay are supposed to Collide over real social issues My viewing of the miniseries was clouded by my love for the actor and since I saw the miniseries first I don't think I was able to fully appreciate the underlying tension and social commentary when I read Margaret Gaskell's book Let me reassure you that I was definitely able to root for him as the story unfolded Along with strong relatable main characters there were wonderful secondary characters and storylines This was an excellent reading experience This story had suspense grit friendship drama romance and humor I recommend it I think it will appeal to both fans and readers not familiar with North and SouthI received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review

  7. Debbie Debbie says:

    When I read the book description I couldn't begin to imagine how modern Las Vegas could possibly parallel Northern England in the mid 1800s or envision John Thornton as the muscle for a Vegas loan shark Seemed like too much of a stretch for this to work I was wrong In Ms Stanford's hands it works brilliantly As it begins Maggie Hale receives a marriage proposal from her longtime boyfriend She suddenly realizes that she wants for her life than what she sees mapped for her future in the small town she grew up in She's a dancer and having been inspired by seeing a Vegas dance company perform she decides to go there and audition with them expecting to be accepted Her parents are appalled especially her father who's a minister Maggie persists and gets encouragement from her absentee brother Frasier the black sheepof the family who puts her in touch with Bronwyn a former girlfriend Maggie heads to Vegas despite Mr Hale's objections and she becomes Bronwyn's roommate Her dance audition does not go as anticipatedBronwyn's has an on againoff again boyfriend Nico who has a drinking problem More problematic he took out a big loan from Simon Ting a loan shark and he doesn't have the money to repay the loan with its rapidly compounding interestJay Thornton is a guy who really never had a chance After being orphaned he was kicked out of his foster home when his foster sister falsely accused him of molesting her Simon rescued him from the streets and Jay feels he owes him everything Although he's Simon's enforcer going after deadbeats like Nico his heart is at a boxing gym he helps Conall McCrary run The two protagonists first encounter each other when Maggie and Bronwyn are at the gym to meet Nico who lives in a room there and works as a janitor They arrive as Jay is beating Nico warning him that his payment deadline has passed This doesn't exactly make a great first impression with Maggie who assumes Jay is nothing than an evil bullyJay and Maggie continue to come across each other sometimes at the diner where Maggie is working and sometimes at McCrary's gym where Maggie has been given space to rehearse the dance piece she's preparing for her next audition I love these characterizations Maggie is shown to be both naive and courageous and it's obvious why Jay is attracted to her He gets increasingly uncomfortable with Simon's illegal activities which appear to be escalating Jay's fascination with Maggie further complicates things especially once she impulsively assumes Nico's debt I wasn't sure how Maggie's brother Frasier would factor into the plot but his storyline meshes perfectly I love the writing The author creates a dangerous feeling atmosphere that matches the storyline and her storytelling is positively gripping Parallels to North and South are obvious once they pop up but I challenge you to predict them The buildup is suspenseful with no happy ending apparently possibleand yet somehow there IS one It's a fantastic book from beginning to end whether or not you've previously read North and South

  8. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    I thought this author did a great job comparing Vegas life to North and South Great similarities between both If you love North and South then you’ll appreciate all the work that went to this contemporary adaptation of it This was good and I was torn by the conditions and all the misunderstandings Life is messy and painfulI and the author did a great job with that I did want the story to go a little deeper But having said that I really did enjoy the story over all I recently bought her other book and can’t wait to read it I wanted everyone to know that I received an ARC for my honest review

  9. Marivi Sanz Marivi Sanz says:

    Collide is not a re telling of Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South in the sense that there are many differences between the two books At first I was a little sceptical about setting Jay Thornton and Maggie Hale in Las Vegas in the middle of corrupt cops fights boxing gyms dancing and lent money but after having loved Melanie Stanford's re telling of Persuasion Sway I was all in and she didn't disappointMaggie is tired of her life in Hillstone and after her long time boyfriend proposes she feels caged with no future and runs away to Vegas to fulfil her dream of entering the most prestigious Dance Academy in the city If you have read Elizabeth Gaskell's North and south you'll recognize Margaret Hale in this Maggie that arrives in Vegas judging everyone feeling better and than everyone else most of all Jay Thornton the muscled right hand of a corrupt cop that earns his living beating up the people that cannot return the payments lent by his boss while teaching boxing in a gym She's proud and he's rude and violent When she gets herself into trouble trying to help Nico Higgins she starts to realize that life is not always black and white good or bad and sometimes people make bad decisions that affect their livesI loved the character development how both Jay and Maggie and Nico too recognise their mistakes and learn from them while keeping the misunderstandings of the original story and weaving a story of corruption violence and despair It's great watching them fall in love again as they fight for their lives and my only complaint is that it's too short I want Jay and Maggie even if she irritates me as much as the first timePut me in line for Melanie Stanford's next re telling of whatever she wants to write next I'll buy it

  10. InD& InD& says:

    4550A contemporary romance on the streets of Vegas “Collide” is the second book in the “Romance Revisited” series and a stand alone novel Read full review in the 2018 May issue of InD'tale Magazine

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