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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Defying the Odds by Kele Moon. When struggling waitress Melody Dylan gives a handsome, lonely stranger a simple gift she has no clue her life is about to take a drastic turn.
People in his hometown keep their distance and Clay is fine with that. Everything changes when When struggling waitress Melody Dylan gives a handsome, lonely stranger a simple gift she has no clue her life is about to take a drastic turn. Everything changes when a new waitress at the local diner buys him a piece of pie on thanksgiving.
Melody is running from her past and the small, country town of Garnet is the perfect hiding place. Finding love in the most unlikely of places, the passion is undeniable, but Clay and Melody know their haunted pasts and unpredictable futures leave the odds stacked against defyung. This book cefying explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: Melody DylanClay Powers.
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Defying the Odds
See 2 questions about Defying the Odds…. Lists with This Book. For a lot of reasons. I read this because it’s been on my tbr list for what feels like forever, and many book friends of mine loved this one. I felt the characters could have been developed a lot more than they were, and the relationship was to instalovey for me, which led to me not being sold on their love.
A friend told me not to judge the rest of the series based on this book, mlon I won’t and I will definitely try Moon’s other books. View all 14 comments. I seem to be in the minority here but this book didn’t do much for me. I had to force my way through it. I’ll give it that it was a sweet book but the plot development wasn’t up to par in my honest opinion. My first issue is that the characters seemed strangely immature to me.
They acted like teenagers around each other and not like grown men and women. I’ll read about teenagers in my young adult books, thanks. Another thing that I didn’t like was that I felt like Clay and Melody went from nothi I seem to be in the minority here but this book didn’t do much for me.
Another thing that I didn’t like was that I felt like Clay and Melody went from nothing to intense love in about 30 seconds. In some books, this works for me but here I found it to be annoying. I don’t know, maybe it was just the odes of mood that I was in when I read this but it just rang false to me in so many ways.
Moo to mention that the book overall was incredibly formulaic. Oh well, at least the sex scenes were super hot! View all 20 comments. Nov 12, Hannah rated it it was ok. I’m rating this book 2 stars. I really didn’t get a feel for this at all.
Overall I didn’t like it.
Defying the Odds by Kele Moon
This book was overdone in my opinion. I didn’t like melodys charater. Defyiing things really bugged me about her. I’ve personally been broke before and I would have taken it. And secondly her ex Justin she didn’t marry for love. And it wasn’t like she was in an arranged marriage or forced. So I didn’t like her.
Through reading this I was hoping I’m rating this book 2 stars. Through reading fhe I was hoping that when her ex came back in the story it might make the book less borrring. I was feeling for a fighter romance and this wasn’t it. I’m glad I got this book for free or else I would have returned it. S the past victim of abuse element also wasn’t done well.
View all 4 comments. I wasn’t feeling this one for some reason. Fres an MMA champ, she’s a waitress who has left an abusive husband to hide out in a small town.
It was narrated in third person which I can sometimes find it hard to get into so that may account for my lack of enthusiasm, but actually I ekle think I’ve become lele bit jaded with this storyline. The smut was really hot and there was lots of it, but it wasn’t enough to keep me interested. I nobbed off to sleep reading this a couple of times. This is a complete I wasn’t feeling this one for some reason.
This is a complete story but part of a series featuring recurring characters. View all 7 comments. Nov 30, sara j rated it it was ok Shelves: Xefying all 6 comments. Apr 02, Mazmum rated it it was ok Shelves: Let me just say now if you are a fan of sickly sweet books then you will probably love this.
Oct 23, Lyndi W. Way too much sex. I hate the “I’m leaving you for your own good” trope. It was all basically meh.
Defying the Odds (Battered Hearts, #1) by Kele Moon (2 star ratings)
Except Melody thinking she had to leave town because of her crazy ex. Stay where you are, dumbass. Also, the accents and dialect got worse and worse the further into the book we go. The characters went from southerners to backwoods hicks. I live in Alabama – I’m familiar with the way these people ar Way too much sex. I live in Alabama – I’m familiar with the way these people are talking and I promise you But she was so inconsistent with it, I doubt that’s what she was aiming for.
Would not recommend – if you like fighter romances, there are way better out there. Dec 19, Emmy rated it it was ok Shelves: My reaction at the end: It was a short book and I read it fairly quickly.
But the entire book just felt like it was driving from one sex scene to the next. There wasn’t much depth to the story. Which was disappointing given the subject matter of domestic abuse. The author could have created a great, multi-faceted character and examined the complexities of women who have lived through domestic abuse through Melody. But it felt like Moon boiled all of that down to Melody being “broken. You’ve taken a thick, meaty stew and given me back chicken broth.
Way to trivialize domestic abuse. And then when Melody’s husband inevitably tracks her down in the end as we all knew he clearly would what does he do? Shoots up a Las Vegas hotel. I mean, I’m not saying that domestic abusers are well adjusted people, but most don’t escalate from abuse to