Clay's Hope

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Clay is a man of few human talents. As a wolf, he has survived on his own. Then he meets Gabby, a human girl. She hates him at first sight, yet he can’t let her go. Through her eyes, he discovers surviving isn't the same as living... More
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Words: 74,460
Language: English
ISBN: 9780988852365
About Melissa Haag

Melissa Haag lives in Wisconsin with her husband and three children. An avid reader she spent many hours curled in a comfortable chair flipping pages in her teens. She began writing a few years ago when some ideas just refused to be ignored any longer.

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Reviews

Review by: b.inspired on April 26, 2016 :
Adorable!
For me, Clay's Hope is the most significant in the Companion series simply because of his character. He is the most mysterious of all the leading men and Hope(less) really just brought up more questions than it answered.
Reading this book was great. And it's free! ( as of time of review)
I fell further in love with Clay and I understood his reasoning behind his actions, like the dirty sneakers lol
If you want to read this book, I recommend reading Hope (less) too. They are both free, so you've got nothing to lose and so much joy to gain!
(reviewed 10 months after purchase)

Review by: Amber Shepherd on April 28, 2015 :
Clay's Hope is a retelling of Hope(less) from Clay's perspective. I was beyond excited for this book because Clay is my favorite leading man in the JO6 Series. Since he doesn't talk until the very end of the book, we have been left to wonder what was going on in that quiet gorgeous head of his.......until now. If you thought you you couldn't love Clay anymore you are sadly mistaken! This book will leave you having nonfictional love for a fictional character. I thought I had a fair idea of the man Clay was. Boy was i wrong. His feelings were so much bigger and rawer than i could have ever imagined. I was left crying at the depths of his pain and feelings that we never expected from this quietly patient man. I was also pleasantly surprised to find out that Clay was actually quite funny as well! All the scenes I was hoping to hear from his perspective were here plus so much more! Pick up this book, and fall in love with Clay.....just know I already called dibbs!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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