Book 4, Steel Brothers Saga
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"The chemistry in Melt is explosive!"
-RT Book Reviews
"Melt has earned a solid place at the top of my MUST-READ list! "
-Angel Payne, USA Today bestselling author
"Just when you have one question answered more are brought to life keeping you one the edge of your seat page after page."
-Wicked Babes Blog
"Helen has given us a series with men that will not only Melt your heart, they will heat up your soul."
-The Book Fairy Reviews
"Ms. Hardt has continued to weave her web in this installment, and the results are every bit as good…or perhaps better…than what we have seen so far. With every answer, there is another question. "
-Bare Naked Words
"Melt. That is definitely a proper name for this book. Not only did I melt many times while reading it, I also went up in flames."
-Tina at Bookalicious Babes Blog
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.
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Melt is book number four of The Steele Brother's Saga. This is not a stand alone. You need to read all the other books or you will be totally lost from this story. The books are Craving, Obsession, Possession, and now Melt. The first three books are about the middle brother Talon and his love Jade. Melt is the start of the oldest brother Jonah and Melanie which is Talon’s therapist. This book melted my heart.
The brothers are still looking for clues about Talon’s horrible past. They are getting closer but it feels like everything is leading to a dead end. This book focuses on Jonah’s life and problems. He is the oldest brother and he always felt like he was always the one in charge. He was taught at a young age to protect his brothers and sister. Sadly he failed one of his brothers and he blames himself. Jonah has his own demons and he finally takes his brother's advice and goes and talks to someone. This is when he meets the smart and beautiful Dr. Carmichael. I felt the instant connection between the two of them in their first meeting. Jonah feels the connection too but Melanie is trying to keep it professional. In the end the heart knows what it wants and hers wants Jonah. Melanie also has her own demons from her past. When her past comes back to haunt her Jonah is there to help her out if she opens up to him. Is that what they both need each other or is it dangerous for them to be together?
I loved although this book is more about Jonah the other characters we love is it as well. I love reading how the other characters are doing. I fell in love with Jonah. He has a heart of gold and he truly loves his family. Melanie is a very strong women which I loved. The cliffhanger that Helen gives you will leave you breathless. Another epic read from Helen Hardt. I am now counting down the days for Burn.
Melt is the fourth book in the Steel Series. I highly suggest you read them in order.
Jonah Steel is the oldest in the Steel family. His father Brad taught him early on to always protect his brothers which leads Jonah major guilt when his little brother Talon gets taken and survives getting molested and beaten. Jonah can't forgive himself for not protecting Talon on that awful day which in result picks fights at the bar to feel the pain and lands him in the hospital. Jonah starts seeing Talon's therapist Melanie and starts to grow feelings for her.
Dr. Melanie Carmichael has major guilt of her own with one of her patients committing suicide she can't understand why they did it. Which leads to dealing with a grieving family that wants answers and frankly she can't answer them. Melanie has taken an interest in Jonah when she starts counseling him. Both are afraid of letting their past hurt their relationship.
The ending leaves you speechless and wanting more. Will Jonah and Melanie be able to save each other from their ghosts?