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Katrina D. Miller (Adrian) was born in Garland, TX. on January 27, 1984.
She is an artist, writer, photographer and collector of vintage clothing. She likes to write fanfiction as well. You can find her other writing on DeviantART and AO3.
Her first book, "Falling In Love With The Enemy" is book number one in The Reincarnation Trilogy. It follows two men in the fictional town of Avoy, Georgia in the late 1800s. Each man is hiding a secret from one another and the entire town. The second book in the trilogy will be out in late 2013.
In between writing, The Reincarnation Trilogy, she is writing two other books: Retail Stories and Finding Frank.
Retail Stories is about her journey through ten years of retail/fast food hell. Everything from crazy managers, irate customers and terrible co-workers.
Finding Frank is historical fiction loosely based on her Great Grand Uncle's murder in Woodville, Oklahoma in the year 1926.
She currently lives in a small town outside of Dallas with her guinea pigs.
on Aug. 23, 2012 :
This is a timeless love story that you wouldn't expect to find too often, because the love is between two men. Alistair and Thomas, enemies in their school days, meet again in a small town of Avoy when they are in their 20s. Hostile toward each other at first, they unexpectedly find themselves falling in love with each other. It starts out as lust, but then turns into true love that lasts over 1/2 a century through many trials and losses, most of which result from the society's bigoted views of homosexual relationships.
The author has obviously done her research into the 19th century America, which gives this tale stunning details and believability. Very moving story.
(review of free book)
on Oct. 31, 2011 :
Overall, I liked it. Im surprise too because history wasnt my subject but she wrote it well. The author wrote the world-building really well.
My only issues: fell in love too fast. Overused of "dearest" and I don't know if during that time period, it's what men would say. Also, I couldn't stand Allie calling Thomas his wife but again, I don't know how they would say during that time period.
After the incident at their home, I loved the rest. The ending was really sad and at the same time, it puts a smile on my face.
I definitely will read more of her work.
(reviewed long after purchase)