Melt by Helen Hardt
(Steel Brothers Saga)

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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.

About Helen Hardt

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New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author Helen Hardt's passion for the written word began with the books her mother read to her at bedtime. She wrote her first story at age six and hasn't stopped since. In addition to being an award winning author of contemporary and historical romance and erotica, she's a mother, a black belt in Taekwondo, a grammar geek, an appreciator of fine red wine, and a lover of Ben and Jerry's ice cream. She writes from her home in Colorado, where she lives with her family. Helen loves to hear from readers. Visit her here:
Published December 20, 2016 by Waterhouse Press. 288 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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... Helen Hardt. The fourth book in the Steel Brothers Saga continues with Jonah,
the eldest of the brothers. ... Melt ends on a huge cliffhanger, making the wait for
the next installment nearly impossible! ... *RT Review Source*.

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