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The whole writing fell off, couldn’t really get into it till more than halfway through and even then there were still times where it would go off again.

Michelle Mankin (Author of Love Evolution)

Lovers of Paranormal — members — last activity Dec 29, Open Preview Mmichelle a Problem? This book had so much potential. I felt like we http: Preview — Love Evolution by Michelle Mankin. Anastacia rated it did not like it Mar 16, The side characters, especially Marcus’ brother Dwight, and the vampish vixen Veronica, are dimensional enough although V.

I also admire her talent. Want to Read saving… Error rating book. Besides, I like the surprised twist at the end!

Love Evolution : A Rock ‘n Roll Love Story Based on Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night

You’ve successfully reported this review. The supporting characters were excellent- evoltion the very few lines we spent with Marcus’s mother, I fell in love with her.


Its good, I love when reading interaction between Marcus and Avery. Only problem is temperamental lead singer Marcus Anthony doesn’t want a woman in the group.

Happily Ever After Cafe — members — last activity Dec 26, I’m sure you’ve never seen anything like what we have here!!! Whenever A Time Travel Romance.

Because right now, the entire last third of the book just felt way too rushed, contrived, cheesy, silly, and sickly sweet. Corey Kervin rated it did not like it Apr 20, Sure, she lost her twin brother and was in a debt with some mobster, but somehow I couldn’t sympathize with her. The Indie Bookshelf — members — last activity Dec 29, The were a few things that I found highly unrealistic, such as no one noticing that Avery was a girl.

But once I read it, I cannot stop reading!! I really dig the whole girl-disguised-as-a-guy thing, although if you think about it, it definitely wouldn’t work in real life, right? After the death of her twin brother, nineteen year old guitar prodigy Avery Jones finds herself desperate, alone, and out of options.

And Marcus, he struggles with the fact that he may be gay, but I can’t mankih connect with his feelings. Young Adult Fiction for Adults — members — last activity Dec 18, The author’s description of msnkin book caught my eye.

Trivia About Love Evolution B Just One of the Boys. I connected more with Marcus. The main plot, Avery incognito, was fine, maybe too much of a reminder that keeping secrets hurt, but the mob angle, Marcus’s past with Veronica, Chris Alex, Avery’s brother Justin, all of it feels shoved in for maximum happily ever after after a few stupid twists and turns, I guess.


Crystal Mader rated it did not like it Evopution 07, Their reactions were hilarious. Once upon a time She was the ultimate Mary Sue and more than once I wanted to just kill her. Throughout the novel, we see a Avery and the lead singer Marcus learn and grow.

View all 29 comments. It is romantic, nostalgic, sexy and unique. Our customer reviews It was evolutipn. I just wished Avery’s character had more substance.

Whatever Life Throws at You. How can I not like it when I can finished it in less than a day? I have fetish – a guitarist fetish! Sure she is hurting but she does what she has to do to pull through and make it.

Under the Dusty Sky. I didn’t get the emotion while the scenes ARE – supposed to be – “emotional” There was too much going on to the point where the author was clearly trying too hard.