Melt

Melt When photo journalist Kelly Sheffield is offered the chance to travel to Greenland for coverage of American science teams she grabs it Not only is it a dream assignment it also means she ll have a c

  • Title: Melt
  • Author: Robbi McCoy
  • ISBN: 9781594933530
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Paperback
  • When photo journalist Kelly Sheffield is offered the chance to travel to Greenland for coverage of American science teams, she grabs it Not only is it a dream assignment, it also means she ll have a chance to reconnect with the compelling Jordan Westgate, the glaciologist studying the melting ice cap.Jordan hasn t forgotten Kelly, nor has she forgotten that she d found itWhen photo journalist Kelly Sheffield is offered the chance to travel to Greenland for coverage of American science teams, she grabs it Not only is it a dream assignment, it also means she ll have a chance to reconnect with the compelling Jordan Westgate, the glaciologist studying the melting ice cap.Jordan hasn t forgotten Kelly, nor has she forgotten that she d found it hard, all those years ago, to firmly reject the inappropriate overtures from a student This Kelly self assured, successful, and even attractive is a threat to Jordan s equilibrium, something she simply can t allow.Kelly finds the frozen landscape a match for Jordan s chilly attitude But Greenland is a surprising land of beauty and danger where even the iciest heart can melt.From the award winning author of Not Every River and Spring Tide

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    1 thought on “Melt”

    1. This just did not work for me. I don't know if it's because I was listening to this as an audio-book or what, but it bored me to tears. If I would have been reading a book, I could have skipped the boring parts.The POV jumped to too many secondary characters and that drove me nuts. I desperately just wanted to hear about Kelly and Jordan, but felt like I was getting anything but.I didn't enjoy the whole of Pippa's story-line. I felt like either give her her own book, or don't feature her odd vis [...]

    2. Disappointing. Not my favorite when it comes to Robbi McCoy's books. I liked the main characters Kelly and Jordan and their story, but this book had more to do with Greenland, the secondary character of Pippa and Pippa's Viking heritage, than Kelly and Jordan themselves. I found myself boring and skipping a lot of paragraphs. Two and a half stars, rounded up because in general I really like Robbi McCoy's writing style.

    3. Photo Journalist, Kelly Sheffield, jumps at the chance of a trip to Greenland to cover the American Science teams. It’s an assignment of a lifetime. Not only that, it means Kelly can once again meet with Jordan Westgate, a glaciologist studying the melting ice cap. Kelly had a major crush on Jordan when she was her student and has never forgotten her. Will Jordan remember her?Jordan has never forgotten Kelly. She’d found it really difficult to resist the allure of her forward, irresistible s [...]

    4. I didn't really enjoy this story -- I found almost all the characters annoying and uninteresting. The major love affair took up so little of the story that I didn't really care if they got together or not. Also Sonja was absolutely the worst in every way and the response to everything that she did was preposterous. The story with Asa was actually the most interesting and well written part but would have been more appropriate in another novel. Especially making it a dream/vision of pippa's was st [...]

    5. This book should be a 2.5. I liked it enough to finish it, but that's about it.There were nice parts to this book- the descriptions of Greenland and its cultures. The writing wasn't terrible. There were a lot of really bad parts of this book- Pippa's vision, the painfully contrived ending that neatly wrapped everything, undeveloped charactersIf the book had been about Pippa coming of age in Greenland in a culture that doesn't (?) accept her and her relationship with Kelly [that sadly ends with K [...]

    6. Four stars for the setting. I'm a sucker for anything set North of where ever I am, and this book did not disappoint. Loved the use of the setting in the story. The romance, well, could have been better developed. The conflict was pretty thin, and I'm not sure either character was fully rounded. But, wow. The setting.

    7. I enjoyed the story and learning about ice. The author did her homework on this one. The characters were nothing new, kind of the same ol' lesbians, in a different setting. I do like this author though and will continue to read her works.

    8. That time I picked an audiobook because it had a geologist character, then fell asleep because it was boring, then woke up and found out that it was a lesbian romance novel.

    9. I was very much looking forward to reading this novel. The books back page blurb sounded fascinating and different. Unfortunately, after reading it I was disappointed, so I'm giving it three stars. Note : I would have liked to have given this book 2.5 stars if I could have, but I rounded up to three stars since parts of the book really appealed to me. In reading the other reviews at , apparently one of my problems with the book is something that the others really enjoyed. That happens sometimes, [...]

    10. Robbi McCoy is one of my favourite writers, and didn't disappoint me this time either!! What I enjoyed most about this one is her descriptions of snow and ice, their movements, colours,etc - totally fascinating.I've never been interested in visiting Greenland - now I am!

    11. The romance was lukewarm, but I surely liked everything about Greenland - glaciers, Vikings and Inuits and all.Good book indeed.

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