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Editorial Reviews. Review. - What others have to say about Significance and Shelly's other books -. "Shelly Crane always provides a captivating story, and this . Editorial Reviews. Review. - What others have to say about Significance and Shelly's other Accordance (Significance Book 2) - Kindle edition by Shelly Crane. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets . In the sequel, Maggie learns much more about all the strange things that happened to her, and has to face new ones. She rebels against it, b.


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With the help of Caleb's quick thinking and protection, Maggie learns much about the strange things that have happened to her and is faced with many new. Independence book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In the fourth and final installment, Maggie and Caleb must tie up all. Accordance Significance by Shelly Crane Reviews Aug Start by marking Novels Language English Accordance Significance Book eBook Shelly Accordance.

Haddock and Maggie's bond was like scribbled down at the very end because it was like forgotten by the time the story was about to end. Markus' random revenge. Lack of visionary.. Euhmm "Things". You know, the action things like in Defiance! Or anything with the other clans or enemies? By the way, Fiona seemed so mean! Lack of other characters in the story.. Kyle, Lynn.. I loved Caleb and Maggie but somehow their romance started to become cheesy? I don't know the right term but in Dutch it is called "klef", google it..

It felt like the story was written at the very last minute.. That is why I feel so incomplete. And besides that, it felt like the story was, of course, racing to the finish so it could have a happy ever after concept, which makes everything.. Hmm, this is more than I thought it would be but there is actually more but I can't pinpoint them.

But despite of those..

I loved the installments in general and don't regret a thing for picking this up and reading it. Hereby, I thank you for writing these amazing books. They are definitely claiming my all time favorites shelf. And Hey Now, there is going to be a movie?

Please, cast a handsome and lovely Caleb.. You dropped your unfinished candy bar. Have a nice wait: That's my long winded way of saying this book fills you with happy and love then rips it away then refills you to the very top just to suck you dry again until the very end.

Its frickin awesome.

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Only losing one star because I prefer more action and because Jish has to wait longer for their happy ending. As Maggie would say, "Boo. View all 3 comments. He smiled graciously and pressed his nose and cheek to mine with a hand on my jaw. Significance was the first book in the series and it literally blew me away and now Accordance ; the second book in the series has left me lost for words because of how awesome it was. Their still trying to get to know on another and even though their completely in love, they are still trying to take steps that a normal couple would take.

Like going to a club, going for dinner and wondering about their relationship going to the next level. They are that much stronger as a couple in this book because they finally come into their abilities and it was truly wonderful to watch them explore and test their new abilities. I really enjoyed finding more about them and watching their journeys develop. How heart-breaking! Shelly please give this boy a happy ending! The story its self is as dangerous as ever and with new threats popping up all over the place Maggie and Caleb sure have their work cut out for them.

I can not wait to see what happens next because talk about a cliff-hanger! May cannot come quick enough. A huge thank you to Shelly Crane for giving me the opportunity to review this book. This book didn't really advance the story much. Bish continued to be annoying, as did Kyle. The supporting characters in the series seem to be there especially to say inane, spiteful, or ignorant things so that the main characters can stroke each other and whisper sweet nothings.

That made no sense, and seems t This book didn't really advance the story much. All the real action happened at the end, which was great when it happened, but made the first part of the book feel long and dull. I will keep reading the series, because I am invested now, and I want to see it through, but I am going to have to take a break because the grammatical and spelling mistakes from the first book continued in this one, and my brain needs a break!

View all 13 comments. Just as wonderful as the first. What a sweet love story! Looking forward to more from Ms. After the first novel I was into the story, a little more on the YA side for me but still I was intrigued by the world of Aces and was loving Caleb. All that good stuff. But then I started reading Accordance. And, contrary to the many 5 star reviews, which btw I'm still trying to figure out, this one was uber slow. Actually, it was uber everything - the pacing was painful with the relationship and on the action front.

It was dead in the water or overstuffed with filler scenes that didn't add t After the first novel I was into the story, a little more on the YA side for me but still I was intrigued by the world of Aces and was loving Caleb.

It was dead in the water or overstuffed with filler scenes that didn't add to the momentum of the plot. I was skippin pages like my life depended on it. This was almost reminiscent of Charlaine Harris' last Sookie book minus the checking of the emails. Gahd sakes. You could've made a drinking game out of how many times Caleb told Maggie he loved her and she said it back, how many times he just wants to see her happy and keep her safe, how many bleedin' times this girl is SORRY for all the trouble she "caused", ugh!!!

Like a mouse could fart in the room and she's busting out with the tears. Just get over it already, let's get on with your destiny. I really hate being such a harsh critic, especially on indie authors, because I admire, respect and appreciate the balls they have getting their stuff out there. But I always believed in shooting it straight Turning your protagonist into a compulsive apologist makes for bad fiction and contradicts where the protagonist is supposed to end up -ultimately a position of power, no?

She's supposed to be maturing not regressing to a 13 year old idiot. The story should not be found in the mountain of self-doubt you wish your protagonist to experience over the length of a bible, it should be found in actual challenges in her way and the meat is in how she deals with them i.

Having him say "I love you" every 10 seconds and pretty much nothing else makes him come off as Not to mention, more importantly, when I'm reading the L word every page it really loses impact when they do say it, not as meaningful. I'm not too sure what the point was in making him as ultra annoying as he was.

Even the strictest parents wouldn't be that overreactive to a few kisses. Perhaps find a different way to build his forlorn character portrait. Having him ride the heroine that hard about her destined relationship just turns the reader against the character. Honestly I couldn't care less if he gets his HEA and when he does, he'll just be a big hypocrite. Although not always the case in general, in Accordance it made me feel something was missing from the story.

Everyone was all about her, dealing with her freakouts, soothing her sadness, dancing around to make her happy. I guess it was the characters weren't really their own person, more of a vehicle to allow Maggie to exist and experience life as an Ace, which she spent wishing for the opposite the majority of the book.

It was annoying. Accordance was perfect sequel to Significance. There were so many unexpected twists and I found myself speechless and surprised quite often during reading this book. I literally could not stop reading , storyline was maximally exciting and my heart was furiously beating most of the time. It is only 2nd book out of 4 and I already love this series so much! Development of the characters comparing to the first book was pretty visible.

Even though Maggie was overwhelmed and freaked out after she learn Accordance was perfect sequel to Significance. Even though Maggie was overwhelmed and freaked out after she learnt all that supernatural stuff about herself, I admired her for eventually accepting all that responsibility. I know I would definitely freaked out myself.

And I admired Caleb even more for his ability to be patient and always helping and supporting Maggie no matter what. Moreover, the way Caleb and Maggie are connected and able to communicate with each other is probably one of the most fascinating things I have ever read about.

And even though Kyle irritated me even more that in the first book, I fell even more in love with rest of the Jacobson family, they are just amazing. This book shows us that everything happens for a reason. Good things, bad things, everything has a meaning. But Mrs.

Crane definitely did not make it easy for main characters and I cannot even imagine what else will happen to them in next books in series. If you are YA paranormal lovers, you have to read this series!!! View all 15 comments. How on earth do I wait till next year for this sequel? Accordance , was an excellent follow up to Significance.

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More heart stopping action, tons of clean romance, endearing devotion and loyalty, and a story line that won't disappoint. I said it once before, but I'm going to say it again. Full review to come!

Five Stars. LOL review on my blog tessmw. Dec 29, Brittany Risko rated it it was amazing. Ugh loved this book just as much as the last! Caleb and Maggie are so adorable together.

This book follows them right where the previous book left off, they are in California basically hiding from the Watsons. It follows Maggie as the tries to balance her relationship with Caleb and his family and her relationship with her family and best friend Beck. Maggie has a major secret to hide and both Beck and Bish know it.

Along the way, we find out Bish and Jen will imprint but they will both end up dying. Is Maggie able to change their fate like she was able to change Lynn's? So, since I did enjoy "Signifacance", I was hoping to like "Accordance". I was hoping even more that this book would have better editing than the previous one, but no such luck.

I felt the story line dragged a bit and while I do like Caleb and Maggie, I quickly tired of Caleb's, "I would never hurt you" line and Maggie's "This is all my fault" line. Plus, the overall structure is just poor.

There are a ton of missing question marks, "their" that should have been "there", and vice versa, and "thr So, since I did enjoy "Signifacance", I was hoping to like "Accordance".

There are a ton of missing question marks, "their" that should have been "there", and vice versa, and "threw" instead of "through". Then there is this scene early on where Maggie and Caleb go surfing. The author writes that they put on wetsuits, but in the next paragraph, Maggie is in her bikini and Caleb is in his shorts. The kicker was that they are in California, and the author describes them surfing in the morning, yet the sun is low over the water turing it orange?

I live in California and here out west, the sun SETS over the ocean, so it would only be low over the water in the evening. There are so many errors in this book that there were times I had to put it down because I was getting so irritated with it all. I did make myself finish it, though. I don't think I'll read the third book as I'm not sure I can sit through anymore poor writing even if the story is good.

This seemed like more of a transition book than anything else, and it seemed to be lacking in both focus and plot. Not much really went on, there was not much action or movement along, and it felt like time was just dragging on. There was a section of the middle of the book where I got really frustrated with Maggie.

She just seemed so I don't know. Like too much of a goody two-shoes or something. Too good. Too unreal. Caring too much about other people and not the right people. I didn't like This seemed like more of a transition book than anything else, and it seemed to be lacking in both focus and plot. I didn't like how they just always had to throw their money around to help all these random people. I didn't like how she was just so loose about telling everyone the Jacobson family's secrets.

She was just so careless with her visions and suddenly it seemed like all that talk about secrecy was for nothing. It just didn't even seem in alignment with the story, especially when Maggie was suddenly able to see the visions of others' imprints, when originally those images were supposed to be for those individuals alone. It just seemed so intrusive, like she was invading on something that wasn't even supposed to be her business.

And how she always stopped Bish and Jen from happening. I don't like how Maggie dealt with her problems either, why she thought it was okay to do what she did at the concert don't want to give away spoilers here. It just didn't seem right and this entire novel just seemed so All in all though I suppose it was still okay.

I still like the world, I like Maggie and Caleb together, I like that Kyle finally manned up and became mature, and I'll still read the third book because I want to know what happens, I just wasn't very impressed with this story, as I was with the first one, and it just didn't really seem like much of a story to me.

Also, I didn't really work it out in my head but I felt like more time had actually passed in the story since Maggie and Caleb got together than was actually stated at different intervals in the book. I could be wrong though. The first two books, Significance and Accordance, are now available on Amazon. I am not sure how many books will make up the complete series, but I know that Defiance will not be the last book in the series.

Accordance, the second novel in the Significance series, picks up exactly where Significance left off.

Everything that I loved about Significance can be found in this novel: Accordance was just as good as Significance, if not better. If you want a more in depth review, check out my review for Significance.

There were a few surprises in this novel and some confirmations. The only bad thing about this novel is that it ended and I have to wait a really long time for the next book in the series.

So far, the Significance series has been a very clean series. The language and hook ups are innocent. Maggie has morals, and she sticks to them. However, I like to find a good, clean young adult story every now and then. This series kicks butt. I strongly recommend this series to young adults. If i could , i would have rated it 'Infinity'!!! God this book is sooooooooooo good!! It is the most awesomest book ever. I finished it 2 hrs ago and was so speechless that i just didnt know what to say.

The book starts off exactly where the previous one finished. Our destined love birds Caleb and Maggie , enjoying a quite nice time in California under the scrutiny of their super hot chaper If i could , i would have rated it 'Infinity'!!! Our destined love birds Caleb and Maggie , enjoying a quite nice time in California under the scrutiny of their super hot chaperones.

But trouble for the couple is not far away and yet again we find ourselves amidst those trouble makers a. This was definitely an emotional rollercoster ride.

It was always difficult to chose whether i should happy for someone's gain or sad for something one probably could never have. It literally made me cry at certain points. I dont want to go in revealing a lot here because its definitely an exciting read. And its better to experience all this by reading the book. I totally loved Maggie in this book. She understood what she is and took it really well , instead of constantly whining about it.

This book certainly had surprises of their own which , well something that i guessed would not happen but did actually happen!! Again the whole family supporting each other during times of trouble was awesome. I guess thats makes it easier to connect with the characters. They feel so real. Everytime i read a book i treat it as a movie which is playing in my head.

Makes reading so much fun. This is one movie i would definitely wanna watch for reel. Hollywood still listening!!! A must read.

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Cant wait for the third book in this series. Really looking forward to it!! View all 10 comments. Accordance takes off where Significance left off, with Caleb and Maggie arriving in California for her protection against the Watson's.

Just when they thought they have some time to themselves to learn about each other, Kyle and Bish show up to chaperone. Time alone is few are far between now. Bish is there to find out what his sister is hiding, and why everyone is ok with Maggie running off to another state with a guy she just met. And Kyle just won't leave well enough alone. Maggie is coming to Accordance takes off where Significance left off, with Caleb and Maggie arriving in California for her protection against the Watson's.

Maggie is coming to terms that she is not only an Ace, but that she is also a seer. She can read the minds of those around her, see into their minds, feelings, plans, even see visions. Sure it comes in handy when needing a few seconds to talk to Caleb without Bish learning of what they are, not so handy when all of Kyle's feelings are of his love for her. One day Maggie gets a vision that will affect Aces everywhere. She learns the past mistakes of the clans, the greed and pride they held above all.

She also learns the prophecy that she and Caleb are the ones to put an end to it all and bring back what the Virtuoso's once were, caring and giving people. But soon, with everything piling up on her shoulders, all the emotions and responsibilities just becomes to much.

Will Maggie be able to live up to what her new family is expecting or will she let them all down? Accordance is so wonderfully written with a story line that is unlike any other.

I felt the happiness, the unease and the suspense right along with the characters. And lets not forget the romance, ohhh the romance. Shelly brings back all those memories of first love: My favorite thing about a book is the love story and this author knows how to deliver, in all her works. Accordance is a must read by a brilliant author. You will not be disappointed. Okay, so if you read my review of book one in the Significance series, you'll understand me when I say that the fifteen-year-old within me won out in even reading the sequel to Significance.

As with the first book, the second one was completely relationship-driven. With the exception of a brief appearance early on, the bad guys don't even come into the story until it's almost over.

Once again, Kyle is the most interesting character not, mind you, the main character , and the main players seem a Okay, so if you read my review of book one in the Significance series, you'll understand me when I say that the fifteen-year-old within me won out in even reading the sequel to Significance.

Once again, Kyle is the most interesting character not, mind you, the main character , and the main players seem as obsessed with each other as they were in the first book. Thankfully, the Watsons plural, not possessive were mentioned WITHOUT the previously incorrect apostrophe usage this time, though it was slipped in once or twice.

Honestly, I am struggling to come up with something new to say that I haven't already mentioned in my review of book 1. I feel even less actually happened in this story than the first one, with the exception of a few supernatural developments.

Once again, this story fell short of my expectations. I doubt I'll be reading the third installment in this series I love the living shit out of this series, and honestly I have to mention this again but Ms.

Crane is the best insta love author in forever. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Let's talk about Maggie and Caleb first. In case you didn't know I am a huge Maggie and Caleb shipper. They are awesome together. Kyle got on my nerves so many times. I'm not a fan of love triangles.

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And I understand what the cover of the fourth boo Let's talk about Maggie and Caleb first. And I understand what the cover of the fourth book is about, with the red dress and stuff!

I get it! All in all, this is a great story. I love it and will re-read it again and again. My heart has just broken. I went to purchase the 3rd book and realized it isn't released yet. Oh, snap, I have months to wait. No coffee or potty breaks for you, Shelly Crane! Well, I loved it!Megan Jones http: The significance novels have ended.. This seemed like more of a transition book than anything else, and it seemed to be lacking in both focus and plot.

The whole Marcus scenario was boring and he barely seemed like a threat.

Caleb and Maggie fight to work through their obstacles together, but will some things be too much for Maggie to handle? We know nothing of anyone's future, but Maggie and Caleb's. If you want a more in depth review, check out my review for Significance. Learning Homework daily news about Independence Significance, 4 by Shelly Crane dissertation record library store. Enemies who were thought to be dissolved have decided to not go down so easily.