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Three Little Words Ava Kingsley and Seth Walker might be the most unlikely friends ever The only thing these two polar opposites have in common is a knack for wordsmithing Back in college they were known for their writ

  • Title: Three Little Words
  • Author: Melissa Tagg
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  • Page: 339
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Ava Kingsley and Seth Walker might be the most unlikely friends ever The only thing these two polar opposites have in common is a knack for wordsmithing Back in college, they were known for their written sparring in the campus newspaper s popular He Says She Says column At their ten year college reunion, they pick up right where they left off Except this time their sAva Kingsley and Seth Walker might be the most unlikely friends ever The only thing these two polar opposites have in common is a knack for wordsmithing Back in college, they were known for their written sparring in the campus newspaper s popular He Says She Says column At their ten year college reunion, they pick up right where they left off Except this time their squabbling leads to a surprising turn friendship and a year long exchange of emails So when Ava approaches a crossroads in her athletics department career in Minnesota, Seth is quick to offer the open apartment above the restaurant he s been remodeling in Maple Valley, Iowa.Ava doesn t know where her career will lead her next, but she s starting to suspect she might see Seth as than a pen pal Which would be excitingexcept for the fact that he only sees her as a friend.As Maple Valley grows on her, Ava wonders if there might be something here for her even though Seth is unavailable And maybe, just maybe, after all the words the two of them have exchanged over the years, they ll finally be able to say the three that matter most.Three Little Words is an e only novella that gives an exciting introduction to Melissa Tagg s new series about the charismatic Walker family and the endearing town of Maple Valley

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    1. 2.5 starsDownloaded for free from I was glad that this book was short, because I found it pretty boring. I wanted more romance, and instead I got random conversations about missing chairs and broken dishwashers. The emails between the main characters were similarly dull, I really did not care about whether Ava got to be a football coach or not, and generally found this pretty uninteresting.And the three little words at the ending were pretty predictable. I’m pretty sure anybody can guess what [...]

    2. 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! :)

    3. 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. With a sweet setting and realistic family, I loved this glimpse into the Walker family and their hometown, Maple Valley. Seth and Ava are endearing characters, and I was rooting for them the whole time. Lovely little introduction to the Walker Family series!

    4. Ava Kingsley and Seth Walker never got along with each other in the past. They even had a column in the campus newspaper of their university that became popular because of their sparring. After ten years, they meet again at a college reunion and oddly they decide to keep in touch. One year later (and more than 1400 emails later), they call themselves friends. But is “friendship” the right term to define their relationship? Will they be able to see what they really are?I usually never give fi [...]

    5. I loved this fun novella! Three Little Words has well-developed characters and a relationship between the hero and heroine of the story that just makes sense. It is also a novella that felt complete, not rushed in any way. I love when an author can pull that off!For readers who are familiar with Melissa Tagg’s books, you will be happy to know that this free novella is the beginning of her new Walker Family series, but also provides a bridge back to her first series, Where Love Begins. The main [...]

    6. 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. For being a novella, it did NOT seem rushed or like that short of a read. There was so much to this story (the emails, banter between Seth and Ava, the new restaurant, and more), that it made me anxious to keep reading and sad to finish the last page. I can hardly wait to read the next book set in Maple Valley, Iowa!! I recommend Three Little Words if you enjoy contemp [...]

    7. I just finished reading a classic adventure with a character by the name of Tagg, and somehow that got me in the mood for a contemporary written by Melissa Tagg! This one's been on my TBR list the longest, and I dove right in. This story kinda bridges the gap between Tagg's two series, with characters from both. I loved Seth and Ava! Their story is so sweet. And I seriously want to go eat at that restaurant

    8. Aww!!This was soooo cute! I really connected with the characters, and fell in love with this little novella! I love Melissa's writing!

    9. This is a Only Review! Meaning, this review will not be posted on 'Books for Christian Girls'. About this book:“Ava Kingsley and Seth Walker might be the most unlikely friends ever. The only thing these two polar opposites have in common is a knack for wordsmithing. Back in college, they were known for their written sparring in the campus newspaper's popular "He Says/She Says" column.At their ten-year college reunion, they pick up right where they left off. Except this time their squabbli [...]

    10. by Andrea Renee Cox“Sometimes we have to let history rest to make way for what’s coming next.”- Three Little Words, by Melissa TaggAfter being turned down for her dream job, Ava Kingsley struggles to understand how to let her history rest in order to give God room to put her future into place. When her email buddy and old college classmate, Seth Walker, invites her to stay in the empty apartment over the restaurant he’s opening in his hometown, will she see this opportunity as an open do [...]

    11. Awww such a cute novella!! I loved it, and like many others are saying, I didn't feel like it was rushed at all. (Although I would have totally read a whole novel with Ava and Seth). I am looking forward to reading the Walker Family Series and seeing how all the characters tie together! :) 4 stars!!

    12. This novella is perfect. I finished reading it on such a rush of warm fuzzies, I seriously contemplated posting a review consisting of just those four little words. However, since I find those kinds of reviews annoyingly unhelpful, I figured I had better say a little more.I am not generally a novella reader. As someone who likes to submerge themselves into the world of whatever novel I am reading I usually find a novella leaves something to be desired. There's not that much time to get to know t [...]

    13. After reading several books that had more details of kiss and interests than I enjoyed, this was a refreshing read. It didn't even feel like a romance until almost the end. The town sounded charming, the restaurant delightful, and the characters sweet. I'm eager to read more about these characters and to try another book by this author.

    14. I loved this sweet novella! Best of all, Bethany House is releasing it for FREE! See my review and find the links to download this amazing story here: faithlovebooks/20

    15. I absolutely loved this story. Melissa Tagg did a great job grabbing my interest, connecting me with the characters, and engaging my heart. The ending was perfect and I will add this book to my rereads.

    16. Melissa can do no wrong!! Three Little Words is the prequel novella to Melissa's upcoming RomCom series. It is one of those books that engulf you and won't want to put it down.

    17. Read this sweet little novella last night whilst traveling! Honestly, it was amazing how developed the whole thing was, considering that it was only 133 pages long! I have read quite lengthy novels with half the character development. I'd already read book 1, and I feel like it made reading Seth and Ava's story all the better. Not only was the story just plain sweet, but it made me laugh. I loved going back to Maple Valley, and can't wait to get my hands on book 2.

    18. I really enjoyed this story. Best friends that end up falling in love is typically a plot I like. This didn't feel rushed and made me excited to read the first Walker Family book.

    19. "I know we always argue but this time I honestly believe I'm right."-Ava Kingsley_________________________________________*Summary*Ava Kingsley can't believe she drove all the way to Detroit to her reunion see one person who she now can't see because of unexpected circumstances. Upset and frustrated, the last person Ava expects to try and help her is Seth Walker, the annoying guy from high school who she argued with constantly. When a simple question turns into a year long email correspondence w [...]

    20. This was my first book from Melissa Tag and I enjoyed reading it. 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.I enjoyed the Characters and will definitely try to get the series. I have a feeling the Walker family will be one of those families you get to love and don't want to say bye to.

    21. I liked the characters in this, but I didn't love them. This was an okay read, but I think if it had been any longer I would have started to feel bored. The ending was quite sweet, and It was definately the best bit for me. Overall, An okay novella.

    22. Really cute and super clean! Tagg is a fantastic author. This novella was really well done, did not feel rushed, and kinda reminded me of a Hallmark movie. ;) Recommended!

    23. Somebody help. I think I'm in love with the Walker family. :) I loved getting to see where Seth's story begins. This story isn't long at all but its like reading a full length novel anyway it's so well put together. I liked Ava in From the Start but I really loved her after this novella. She's great. And she and Seth are just too adorable for words. Like seriously, I might become a convert to contemporary romance. Or at least all of Melissa Tagg's books. :) Go read them.

    24. After a small disappointment with the latest Year of Weddings novella, I decided to give Melissa Tagg's a try. I was not disappointed. I spent the entire evening finishing this little story last night. Sweet, light hearted, and cute. It is worth the read and will leave you ready for Tagg's Walker Family series (first book is From the Start and releases in April). For anyone who has read Tagg's "Here to Stay," you will recognize some of the characters but if you haven't, you won't be lost. This i [...]

    25. Cute Little StoryThis is a great quick read and follow up to Here To Stay also by Melissa. I love how emails between Ava and Seth were written. Modern twist to a case yup all love story.

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