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Melting Into You: A New Zealand Single Dad Romance (Due South Series Book 2) by [Alvarez, Tracey]
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4.5 out of 5 stars 47 customer reviews
Book 2 of 7 in Due South Series (7 Book Series)
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About the Author

Tracey Alvarez lives in the Coolest Little Capital in the World (a.k.a Wellington, New Zealand). Married to a wonderfully supportive IT guy, she has two teens who would love to be surgically linked to their electronic devices. Fuelled by copious amounts of coffee, she's the author of contemporary romantic fiction set predominantly in New Zealand. Small-towns, close communities, and families are a big part of the heart-warming stories she writes. Oh, and hot, down-to-earth heroes--Kiwi men, in other words. When she's not writing, thinking about writing, or procrastinating about writing, Tracey can be found with her nose in her e-reader, nibbling on smuggled chocolate bars, or bribing her kids to take over the housework. Follow Tracey on Twitter as @TraceyAlvrezNZ or Facebook as http://www.facebook.com/TraceyAlvarezAuthor Her website is http://www.traceyalvarez.com and don't forget to sign up to her newsletter here: http://bit.ly/JR3Asu

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2858 KB
  • Print Length: 304 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Icon Publishing (8 Jun. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KVP3042
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 47 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #14,808 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Such a great story line with some fantastic characters. Wasn't too focused on the bad past experiences, which was a little refreshing. Loved that the girls were portrayed as their correct age, as I read a book the other day with a 5 yr old girl, that swore too much for my liking. I love it when another language is used, but find it more helpful when the translation is put at the side of it too, because I'm useless with foreign language. Other than that, really enjoyed this tale.
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By Anne TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 11 Feb. 2015
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Kezia is a widow with a child who has had leukaemia - she doesn't want any more change in her life and nothing else to lose. Ben has lived life for himself, got himself in a mess and out again and doesn't want any more commitment. Then Ben's unknown daughter is left at his door and he has to deal with a bereft child he doesn't know and to learn parenting in a hurry - Kezia is just the person to help.

This excellent light romance is set in the town of Oban on an Island off the coast of New Zealand. It is predictable enough but its unusual setting and excellent characterisation together with witty writing raises it above the average. I like a good, small town romance and this one is well worth reading if that is also what you enjoy.
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This is the first book that I have read of Tracy's and I found it most enjoyable. I don't habitually write reviews but this required recognition for a novel that's sometimes funny, sometimes poignant, sometimes sad, and sometimes sexy. She also weaves the two children into the story with wonderful sensitivity.
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I received a free copy of this book and I’m so glad I’ve finally gotten around to reading it. Having first met Ben, Kezia and Zoe in In Too Deep, they were intriguing characters who I’m glad got a story of their own.

Melting into You will tug at your heart strings almost from the get go and throughout, with different characters getting you at one point or another. This to me was a clear indicator of Tracey Alvarez’s ability to develop believable characters with real emotions. The challenges that are faced by all aren’t easy to deal with but the way they are handled is with sensitivity, delicacy and fittingly at times, humour.

I also liked how the author didn’t have them ’falling in love’ instantly, making the story more believable to the reader, especially with Kezia’s history of previously being married and everything she has been through. The reluctance didn’t feel like it was just the author’s way of dragging out something, which can often feel like the case with some stories.

If you are looking for a HEA, standalone, single parents romance, with a great writing style that will draw you in, I strongly recommend giving Melting into You a read as it is definitely a different take on single parent romances. While this can be read as part of a series, if you are a reader is not into reading a whole series, I can assure all is tied up between Ben and Kezia in this book alone. Personally, I look forward to reading the rest of this series.
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Another awesome story by Tracey Alvarez! Book one was fantastic, with just the right mix of romance, fun, angst and steam to ensure a great reading experience and book hangover afterwards. I wasn’t sure what to expect next, because when you end up loving the first book by a new author, you also end up having high expectations for the next one. I’m happy to say Tracey didn’t disappoint me. Ben and Kezia’s story is just as great as West and Piper’s was (In Too Deep). At first I have to admit I was caught off guard when the bomb was dropped on Ben in the very first chapter – how could he, a grumpy and a little selfish womanizer, take care of an eight-year-old? Well, this turns out to be the source for the funniest moments in the book and it completely changed the opinion of Ben I had from the first book. Daddy Ben is hilarious. I laughed out loud during most of the interactions between him and his daughter, and when a puppy enters the scene, things got even funnier.
I loved the chemistry between Kezia and Ben, and how becoming a dad so suddenly changed Ben’s life for the better, making him realize the important things, especially as far as relationships are concerned.
Kezia is a fantastic heroine. She’s strong, caring and selfless, always putting her daughter’s happiness and well-being first even if this means getting over her attraction for Ben.
The two little girls are amazing. I loved Zoe in the first book, and I got even fonder of her in this one; Jade, Ben’s daughter, is super cute and I loved how she turned from a shy and scared little thing into a happy, carefree girl.
I was happy Piper and West were still part of the story, and I liked Shaye’s parts too (Ben’s sister).
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I was just recently given a kindle as a birthday present and decided to start using it instead of blasting my ears out with music everyday on my way to work.
This was one of my first purchases / downloads from the kindle store and it has lived up to my expectations.
The writing was fantastic and had me hooked from the first page.
The characters are superb and you get to know everything about them - so much so it's as though they are real people.
There are plots, sub plots and all kinds of shennanigans to keep you interested from start to finish.
Very hard to put this book down and I will definitely be buying the paperback version as a way of a thank you.
Thrilling read from start to finish and I would highly recommend this book to anyone.

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