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Thursday, March 10, 2016

review: Made for Her by Jessica E. Subject

Love doesn’t die with death. Love is like liquid; when it pours out, it seeps into others’ lives.” - Kate O'Neill
Made for Her
Colonel Mikayla Jones is tasked to train squadrons of clones her late husband Daniel created. despite keeping herself and her mind occupied with work, she still  cannot help but grieve over the loss of her husband. when she meets Dare, a new student and Daniel's look-a-like, Mikayla's world is shattered and her emotions go on a roller coaster ride. the fact remains: it is verboten for clones and humans to engage in any intimate relationships. 

i enjoyed this sensual sci-fi fantasy romance on so many levels. first, it was well-written  and flowed smoothly from one scene to the next. the worldbuilding was done just right and there was no hardcore sci-fi stuff to confound readers thus making the story readable and comprehensible from start to finish. 

i also love strong female protagonists and Mikayla was no exception. true, she had her vulnerable side and flaws but those only made her more endearing. Daniel's clone, Dare was a striking character as well - handsome, virile and out to prove that clones are humans too!

the best thing about the whole book though was the twist i never saw coming. i could not help but smile when i realized its implications on Mikayla and Dare's forbidden affair. moreover, i finally understood - as the title indicates - why Dare was made for Mikayla.

overall, Made for Her, together with the bonus story at the end, was such a pleasurable and engaging read. author Jessica E. Subject sure knows how to spin a tale with a heart and i include this one among the stories that would stay with me for a long time.

*Made for Her is available at all major retailers. for more information about author Jessica E. Subject, please visit her website at http://jessicasubject.com/ and follow her on Twitter, Facebook and Goodreads.

my personal rating is:
Made for Her contains material suitable for readers ages 18 and above only.



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