Love in the Mist

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Dreams are said to be our subconscious thoughts and desires. What then does it mean to dream of someone from another time? Tasha questioned her own sanity, who falls in love in a dream? Then one fate filled night a mysterious man steps out of the mist boldly walking into her world. Will she be brave enough to follow the path fate has set her on or falter at the threshold?
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About S.R. Roddy

Married with five children, three cats and one very large dog she lives happily in a small town north of Austin, Tx. She is an ordinary housewife who spends most of her day homeschooling her four teenage children. From a young age she discovered a deep love for books that has encouraged her vivid imagination and touched her romantic spirit. With the help and support of her family she spends her spare time writing with the desire to share her creativity with other avid readers like herself.

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Reviews of Love in the Mist by S.R. Roddy

heatherbartley reviewed on June 20, 2013

Contains spoilers.
I hate this short story for a few reasons. At first, I thought that the author had a cool concept for a romance story, if somewhat awkwardly written. However, the story does not have a happy ending, so it is not a romance. It is just a story with romantic elements. Also, when the couple starts making out, the guy does not wait for the lady to respond okay before he takes her virginity! She was being able indecisive, and he took her choice away from her! He
is such a jerk, and the woman should have been mad at him.
Finally, the main reason why I hate this book is because the writer gives very false, very ignorant statements about birth control. She says that the Morning After pill causes abortion, which is not true. It prevents conception. It takes approximately 3 days after the sex act for the sperm to travel to the egg, and the morning after pill prevents the sperm from reaching any egg that might be there in the uterus. The author's ignorant statement might deter an unknowledgeable reader from using the morning after pill if she ever needs it. The writer should learn more about contraception before making such ignorant statements.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
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