Melt by Helen Hardt

Yay!!!! There’s more to this story. Book four, how exciting.


Jonah Steel is intelligent, rich, and hard-working. As the oldest of his siblings, he was charged by his father to protect them.

He failed in the worst way.

Dr. Melanie Carmichael has her own baggage. Although the renowned therapist was able to help Jonah’s brother, she is struggling with feelings of inadequacy. When the oldest Steel walks into her office seeking solace, she can’t turn her back.

As Melanie and Jonah attempt to work through their issues together, desperately trying to ignore the desire brewing between them, ghosts from both their pasts surface…and danger draws near.

via Goodreads


New character POV, same story from CravingObsession, and Possession. Only this time, it’s Jonah and his love interest.

And Melanie, well if you want to know how she was introduced to the series well, read Craving. But it was definitely interesting reading her POV. And it sucks that she had to deal with a few problems all by herself.

Jonah is definitely a much more calmer pov to read because there aren’t really the flashbacks. Although he does have a lot of anger. And I think the most frustrating thing about their pov is that she keeps leaving.

Every time she left I was seriously frustrated. But thanks to her, we now know a little bit more about the third person involved in Talon’s trauma. And it was Jonah who figured it out.

Oh hey, new character, Jonah’s best friend. What role does he have to play in this series? Hmmmmm… What do you have up your sleeve Helen Hardt?

And what has Melanie gotten herself into. Sheesh, can’t these character’s ever get a break. I really can’t handle some of this drama, but at the same time it’s so dang entertaining!

Through Melanie and Jonah, we learn about the developments in Jade and Talon’s relationship. We’re not left completely in the dark about those two.

I hope you enjoy this novel and are enjoying the saga.

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