The Girl with the Violet Eyes

Rated 4.00/5 based on 5 reviews
Alison Callahan, a lonely orphan girl soon finds out that there's more to her story then she realized quickly learning that she is the lost princess of an elven race and her destiny is to choose between two soul mates and save the world. More
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Words: 50,130
Language: English

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Review by: Shikara Cerak on June 03, 2013 :
Three stars because I like the idea of the story, but the writing needs a lot of polish and editing. The POV jumps with no warning, too many times the action blurs with just the minimal explanation, first time, OK maybe the main character just can't keep up with what's happening. By the end of the book, I realize the author is either lazy or has no way of explaining the scenes. I had a hard time making myself finish the book. With a little more effort this could be really good.
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Review by: R B on Jan. 09, 2013 :
I really enjoyed reading this story. It has a good storyline with a lot of potential for followup. As others have said, dialog changes with no warning; making it hard to keep track who is talking. Example: Fainting Chapter 18 starts with Ali and Theo talking, but by the time Theo gets to the kitchen to talk to Victor, he's Riley. Then it switch right back to Ali.

I really hope the story continues, as I'd enjoy knowing if Theo gets saved and Mathew defeated.
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Review by: Alyssa Novak on Dec. 20, 2012 :
Forgot the stars with my review and couldnt fix it (:
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Review by: Alyssa Novak on Dec. 20, 2012 :
I love the story. Its sweet and intense. Keeps me interested. It was a bit confusing trying to figure out whos point of view is being used as it seems to switch randomly but as long as i pushed through those parts i was able to continue enjoying it (:
Now im anxiously waiting a sequel. I need to know what happens next (:
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Review by: Shereen Poultney on Dec. 09, 2012 :
A cute, intense and fast paced romance. Grammar could use some work but otherwise a very enjoyable read.
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