Melís Journal, The Journey Home by Kathy Lynn Blaylock
Forbidden Publications
Reviewed by Barb



Mel Archer fell in love when he was twelve. He and Jenny could do anything together. Their families tried to keep them apart. They stayed together. Always together. Then one day tragedy strikes, and their lives will never be the same. Can their love survive?

Melís Journal, The Journey Home is written in the style of a personal journal. The character development is one-sided and a little more personal than it would be if a different style of writing had been used. This one-sidedness of the book detracts from its flow. That said, Melís Journal, the Journey Home is an interesting look at a couplesí search for love and some of the interesting moments of their lives.


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