Untouched (Cedar Cove, #0.5) - Melody Grace Due to copy and paste, formatting has been lost.I had no idea when I started that this was a novella-- and to be honest, I was mostly reading it so I could read the next book, Unbroken, which I've been eyeing for a while. So I wasn't honestly expecting much.Because it was so short, I'm not sure that I can write a full review. I enjoyed this one, and I can't wait to read Unbroken. I liked that right off the bat, we find out that Juliet doesn't believe in happy endings and that Emerson has a conscience. It was nice to discover that.I liked the Juliet and Emerson both had character growth throughout the book, and that they were so crazily in lust with each other immediately. I can't say that it was smart of her to run off with him that quick, but I'll let that go. I also liked that Juliet was so compassionate, and I enjoyed their alternating points of view.All in all, Untouched was a good prequel to a book that'll should rock. (: