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Charge (Electric Series #1) by [Todd, E. L.]
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White-hot, blinding, and dangerous.

That's exactly what Volt is.

He's electric.

The first time I met him, my body reacted. It coiled, sizzled, and sparked. I knew I wanted him because he was the first man to make me feel dead and alive at the exact same time.

But within a short conversation, I knew he was unattainable.


Now we're just friends.

But will we stay friends?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2387 KB
  • Print Length: 203 pages
  • Publisher: Fallen Publishing (11 October 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #9,157 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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I was thrilled to find this amazing book, Charge, this first edition to the exciting and most energetic series, Electric. Written by one of my all time favourite authors, E.L. Todd. Once I started reading this, I knew that I couldn't put this down!!

When Taylor, who has now moved into her new home in New York City to then start work at a posh School. Lucky to have her close friend, Sara, to help her move in. Taylor was ready to start a relationship herself too. Meeting a fellow teacher and new friend, Natalie would make things a lot easier at work and even to hit the town at night with. After entering a bar at night with her friend, she firstly meets Volt. To be her new romance!

This fabulous most enjoyable book which I thoroughly enjoyed. Such a wonderful and loving story making me more excited about the further books in this most amazing series. Well done one again E.L Todd I just adored and loved your beautiful book!!

* I recommend this book to everyone!!
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Volt had me in the first few chapters, he's every ladies dream.
If only he could see who was standing right in front of him.
What an awesome start to a series,E L Todd you never cease to amaze me with your writing. Your truely talented. I can't wait to finish the next book
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Arrhhhhh what a read!! I could not put this down! Volt, you sexy beast!! I was hooked from the first chapter. I love the friendship forming between Volt and Taylor. This book is written beautifully and sweet, melts my heart! Everyone needs a Volt in their lives!!!
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Totally worth the read!!!
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1.0 out of 5 stars Feeling Duped 13 October 2016
By Kimmer - Published on
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I feel like I was suckered into making this purchase. The first 68 percent of this book was identical (really) to the free read of "Electric" I read a few months ago. Even if that "free read" was intended to be a teaser or sample, more storyline should have been included in this book. For me to buy a book, I don't think it's acceptable to give the reader a mere 32 percent of new material. The storyline intrigued me, but feel like a good amount of it was repetitious causing the story to drag on. That's my take on this read. You might feel otherwise.
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3.0 out of 5 stars This book is a cliffhanger---I Hate Cliffhangers 16 October 2016
By Patty Fox - Published on
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I love E.L.Todd's writing. I liked this book but feel a little cheated. I read the first novella Electric which ended in a cliffhanger so I pre-ordered this book and waited for it to come out. This book didn't pick up where Electric left off, oh no, it was the same book as Electric but just a little longer and ended in another cliffhanger. Very disappointing Ms Todd. There are 3 more books in this series which I will not be buying, even though I would like to know what happens to Taylor and Volt, I don't like getting suckered into buying a book and it is a cliffhanger. This could have been a 2 book series without cliffhangers
3.0 out of 5 stars and she posts a new book in what seems like every month or every other month 20 November 2016
By Casia P. Courtier - Published on
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I've read quite a few of E.L. Todd's books and reviewed them. She is one of my contemporary romance guilty pleasures. I hadn't read much of her stuff lately and wanted to see how much her writing has grown as well as her characters.

If you don't know E.L. Todd, she is one of the most prolific authors in contemporary romance. I am in her street team group, E.L's Elites, and she posts a new book in what seems like every month or every other month. That kind of dedication to your craft is something to aspire to. I will have to say, it is easy to get hooked in one of her series.

I get hooked because of the drama element. There's something about her work that feels like a soap opera. I just need to know what new drama is about to unfold. That said, Charge was a little bit different in that aspect. I didn't feel like there's a new drama at every turn. Instead, I'm seeing a growing tension between the leads and a big drama that will be revealed later. This kind of simmering of her story is something new and I'm liking it.

The book is set in New York, a place I don't really know about. There isn't much description about the setting to really place the story in my head, but that doesn't bother me as much as it might if I've been to the area in question. There is one great shoutout to a very popular series of hers, Forever and Always. In Forever and Always, there's a hangout spot called Mega Shake. Now, that one is set in Seattle, but this one is in NYC. It gives the feeling that the two series are in the same world which is very cool.

The characters are similar to her others. The women have a "mr. Right" mentality and the men have alpha male syndrome. This could get annoying, but I haven't read her stuff lately that the tropes felt welcoming. I don't care for Volt and his aggressive nature, it's honestly a bit disturbing and I wouldn't mind him going for some anger management. Taylor is a quirky kind of character who does have a stubborn streak, but she seems to be taking advice in stride.

Right now, I feel that they need to grow as characters, but this is only the first book in the Electric series. Since there are more (already out there), I will be reading those eventually. I already have some of them in my Christmas wish list for those family members who need ideas.

All in all, it has enough differences in her other works to intrigue me more (the drawn out drama), but also keeps some of the tropes she knows to keep me in a comfort zone (alpha male syndrome). I don't see myself stop reading E.L. Todd anytime soon.
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome!!! 19 October 2016
By Karen Monasterio - Published on
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The story begins with Muriel wanting to meet up with his friends to share his good news. They were all going to meet at the bar, Titos, to celebrate. Muriel walked into the bar and what he saw changed his life forever. He left without saying anything to anyone. His friends never knew what happened to make things change. One day he was so happy and the next day he was angry and embarrassed.

The new science teacher at Bristol Academy, Taylor, was new to New York. She met Natalie who was an English teacher at the same school. Natalie invited Taylor to come with her to hang out with her brother and friends. Everyone became fast friends. The only one of the group that was different was a guy named Volt. Taylor thought he was hot but he was also a player. Volt thought she was cute but she gave him the impression that she wasn't into him.

Taylor was new to New York and didn't know her way around. She was standing on the sidewalk trying to read a map when Volt saw her from across the street. He felt bad for her and went over to see if she needed help. Her cellphone died so she was lost. She didn't even know her address. Volt helped Taylor get to the school because she knew how to get home from there.

Taylor hung out with the gang regularly but became best friends with Volt. It was easy for them to connect with each other because the pressure was off. They knew that they were only going to be friends.

Things changed after awhile. Volt and Taylor knew they cared about each other but couldn't admit it. Taylor tried dating looking for Mr. Right. Natalie talked her into getting on a dating site to find a date. Volt found out and flipped out. He didn't want Taylor with anyone but him but he never said a word to her.

Volt tried to stay busy helping Clay study for his SATS. Clay was so far behind in his learning abilities. Volt was very patient and really cared about this kid.
4.0 out of 5 stars Biased 13 October 2016
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I love E L Todd's writing which is why I have this book 4 stars. But i felt like I could have forgone this book and just went from Electric to Spark. Charge was a drawn out version of Electric to me. Nonetheless I was still engrossed in the story and the characters. Obviously enough to continue on the Electric journey.