Love found in Bliss

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Once Upon a Time in Bliss [Nights in Bliss, Colorado Prequel]~(Siren Publishing Everlasting Classic) 

This review is from: March 11, 2013 By kayreader (Kindle Edition) 

Loved this series and couldn’t have asked for a better link to tie the past and the present together. This book focuses on Henry and Nell Flanders, but if you know this series and have read them in succession then you are familiar with the town of Bliss, CO and familiar with the characters. You will get to meet up with many of the town members right on the cusp of when their stories began and having it interwoven with Nell and Henry’s story is fantastic. It’s a storyline that hadn’t really been delved into too deeply before, but there had definitely been curiosities brewing for quite some time. Why was Nell so passionate about protesting all the time? And how is it that Henry seemed to be so lethal in recent town showdowns?

What made the book even better, was the fantastic tie in to the next story-yes it will finally be Logan’s story!! It has been a long time coming and we no longer have to wait. Logan has been through a lot and Once Upon a Time in Bliss takes us back to remind us of when he was just a young boy who read comic books. When we see him next it will be the hard man he has become and will he be able to let love tame his blackened soul?

Sophie Oak has really done it again and this book is really fantastic! A must read if you love the Bliss series!

Find more of my reviews on:  http://www.amazon.com under kayreader
or on Goodreads under Kay Daniels

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