Loving Siblings: Mitch & Lorelai

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Rated 4.33/5 based on 4 reviews
Up high in rural Crayton Creek, in the mountains of Washington, twenty-three-year-old Mitch Brady and his beautiful eighteen-year-old sister, Lorelai, discover love, lust, and the unbreakable Brady spirit. More

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Published by Catharina Shields
Words: 51,410
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458129000
About C. Shields

Romeo and Juliette. The forbidden love. The coupling that should never be. These are the titillating driving forces behind my romances in this genre where the highly unlikely become likely.

People are generally surprised to discover that I'm female, but as a female author addicted to romances of all stripes, my stories are romances with tongue-in-cheek humor, drama, plausible plots and circumstances, relationships that defy societal restrictions, and above all - happily-ever-afters.

I hope when you've read a few of my books, you'll ultimately agree and add me as one of your favorite authors {a single click on the bar to your left will do :-D }.

And don't forget - Reviews are tips for Authors!
~ C.Shields

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Reviews

Review by: Dylan A on June 10, 2012 :
a well-writtin and captivating story that will keep you wanting more even after the very end, with its thrilling action and heart warming romance.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Carl Hose on Nov. 19, 2011 :
I have good and bad to say about this book. First the bad. The author has a distinct problem with commas. There were misplaced commas throughout the book, breaking the rhythm of the story. There were also shifts in tense, often within the same paragraph, again making it hard to read. Finally, there were typos that could have been taken care of with some editing. Normally, when I get a book and start noticing errors in mechanics, typos, etc, I simply put the book aside. That brings me to the good points here. The story was so intriguing, with such well-rounded characters, that I forced myself to wade through the poor mechanics to find out how the story turned out. I wasn't disappointed. Great story with a great ending. I'm happy I ignored the flaws to get to the heart of the matter. Mechanics and grammar can be taught. Telling a great story is something that comes natural. While this author needs work on the technical side, she can tell a very good story. I would like to read more of her taboo work, but would hope to see a more efficient technical presentation. I can't give five stars to a book with this many technical errors. I can rate it on story only. A better handle on the technical side of writing would have gotten this one a five.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Selah St. Simon on Oct. 26, 2011 : (no rating)
What started out as a tense, clear and imaginative narrative quickly crumbled into a lukewarm resolution, muddled with weak through-lines. The first part of this story exceeds the second.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: HungryTiger on Jan. 26, 2011 :
LS: Mitch and Lorelai will shock, excite, bring you to the edge of your seat, make you laugh, and leave you breathless. C. Shields is a uniquely energetic writer whose enthusiasm for storytelling drips from every word. The story revolves around a pair of siblings whose mutual feelings and desires grow too strong to ignore. This is much more than a typical tale of perfunctory sibling lust. It's the story of two determined people willing to fight the odds against ever being together. The odds are huge, and their struggle is fierce. Written with eloquence and compassion, Mitch and Lorelai is an intense love story that will linger in a reader's mind long after the final word.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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