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Publisher's Summary

I've fallen for Taylor.
When we first met, I was an idiot and didn't realize she was a bombshell. But when I kissed her, sparks flew.
Not sparks. Fireworks.
I've tried to deny my feelings for weeks, but I can't keep doing it. Relationships aren't for me, not after the way I got my heart crushed.
But I can't help wondering if a relationship would be different with Taylor.
Maybe it would.
But then an unnecessary obstacle comes my way.
©2016 E. L. Todd (P)2016 E. L. Todd
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4 out of 5 stars
By med c on 11-10-16

Spark

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Spark by E.L. Todd is book two in the Electric series.
Taylor continues to struggle with her job and Volt does everything he can to keep her from losing her job, without revealing that he knows more than he is letting on. Things have escalated with Clay, and Volt has a big decision to make. What is best for Clay? Should he go against Clay’s own wishes?

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4 out of 5 stars
By Misty on 11-02-16

Gah! Don't leave me hanging!!

This, to me, is more of a serial than a series. If that makes sense.

We pick up right where we left off, in the world of Volt and Taylor. There is the same push and pull. The same, two steps forward, three steps back. I adore both characters and also the subplot of the kid Volt is tutoring. I can't wait to know more.

Both narrators are fantastic. Lia Langola has the perfect, steady and competent voice that makes a perfect Taylor. Michael could use a little more dominance in his voice but he's still fantastic!

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