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From the up and coming "She Who Rivals" trilogy,
"She Who Rivals the Moon" leads the way. This collection of poetry delves into the depths of dark feminine energy. Though presented creatively, and with sophistication, Melissa M. Combs challenges the reader to break out of the confines of what it means to be a woman, celebrated for more than their leniency, grace, and nurturing ways. To compare women to the moon is to embrace the profound duality innate in femininity. Within these pages women are safe to explore what makes them such multifaceted beings. Raw emotion, sacred rage, sensuality, and assertiveness are not only allowed, but are vital integrations to femininity as a whole.

She Who Rivals the



We Loved, Therefore We Lived, bravely introduces us to the idea, that you can both Love and be Loved by someone and the dynamic still bring forth pain (great pain, at that.) This is not because Love is imperfect, but that Love is being embodied by humans, whom as we all know, are filled with imperfections.

If you are a fan of Emily Bronte's book, Wuthering Heights, you should thoroughly enjoy this book, as
author, Melissa M. Combs, was heavily influenced by the work of Bronte, while writing this collection.


This collection is an assortment of both ill-fated, and soft and romantic love poems. Within the pages, there is a noticeable elegance, reminding readers to find beauty in the midst of their pain. Though reminiscent of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, it is also something entirely of it's own, combining both inspiration from The Victorian Era, as well as our current Era. Furthermore, this collection prompts the wounded reader to make something of their pain, which I believe is needed today more than ever. Young readers are oftentimes navigating the foreign territory of love and loss. This collection is meant to inspire that reader to step out of their stagnancy after loss and into the wisdom of transmuting their pain.


"Some love stories must be rewritten, if not for the sake of the lovers, than for the sake of fairytales. For the hope of all of humanity... you and I, we mustn't end this way."


Deemed 'The Twin Flame Poetry Book,' Love in Other Realms takes you through the journey of unconditional love and all of it's many seasons - the intense passion, spiritual connection, instant recognition, and even the agony of separation. Author Melissa M. Combs refused to hold back even an ounce of truth to the journey of unconditional love. If you have experienced a once in a lifetime love, you will, without question, find 'home' in between these pages. 


This collection of poetry and prose covers the topic of an all consuming, fiery kind of romance. It is one of intense desire, longing, loss, and ultimately, uncondtional love. While author Melissa M. Combs uses a dark undertone to express and stay true to the journey that this kind of love must first take, it is a story of hope turned absolute belief, that in the end, love will always win.


Earth Angels is a collection of poetry and prose, dedicated to the highly sensitive, and highly intuitive souls. Though the journey of an Earth Angel may feel as though it is a daunting task, it is an honor to the highest degree. This book is here to remind you that though this world does not fully feel like your home, you do still have a place that you fit, and you are very much loved and needed on this Earth. Author Melissa M. Combs explores the heartache of received hatred, injustice, and rejection, whether it be from family, friends, romantic partners, or even complete and total strangers. She then goes on to emphasize and illuminate the path of transforming oneself from all of the pain.

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