“Three Little Words” by Melissa Tagg

Three Little Words (Walker Family, #0.5)

~ MY (very brief) REVIEW ~

What a good book! It’s short (only 133 pages), but it didn’t seem short or rushed in any way, like most novellas do.

It really is a great book. And I absolutely loved the characters! Can’t wait to read more about this family and “get to know them”. I have a feeling I’m gonna love them! 🙂

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This is a wonderful novella, and I don’t say that lightly. Usually I find them rushed and abrupt, and they leave me feeling unfulfilled, but that was not the case with Three Little Words.  Read more…

I usually never give five stars to short stories. Because even when I love them a lot, there is always something that leaves me wanting more. Though in this case I could not give less than a five.  Read more…

I loved this novella! It was such a sweet, fun, and clean read! The romance was great and I really loved the way the book ended.  Read more…

It is a Novella, but the story was really well written and carried over in a way that no details were lost and it did not feel rushed.  Read more…

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Sometimes we have to let history rest to make way for what’s coming next.

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Man, all those years in college we didn’t get along, I could’ve just given you a pie and, bam, new best friend.

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“Ah, arguing with Ava Kingsley. Just like old times.” Only back in college they’d argued in print—weekly.

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He’s like a little kid finally getting to play with his pen pal in person.

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You can’t let the thought of what other people expect be your compass, Ava.

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I’m just saying, Ave, you might dress in jeans and a T-shirt and never wear your hair down and talk about how you’re a football-loving tomboy, but you’re also very much an attractive woman, and any man would be blind not to see it, and maybe that’s a weird thing for one friend to say to another, and now I think I might be rambling because I’m embarrassed that I said it. But whatever. It’s the truth.

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Click HERE to get Three Little Words free on Amazon Kindle!


Join me in waiting expectantly for the rest of the Walker Family series! The first book came out last month and book two is expected sometime next year.  Yes, we really have to wait that long. 😦  But I’m sure it will be worth the wait! 😉

Three Little Words (Walker Family, #0.5) From the Start (Walker Family, #1)

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About Aerykah

I'm a 29-year-old Christian homeschool graduate from Oklahoma, USA. I thoroughly enjoy reading, writing, and photography... among other things. ;)
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5 Responses to “Three Little Words” by Melissa Tagg

  1. Judy says:

    I loved this book! Well enough I bought the first full length novel in the series in paperback. I’m reading it now.

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