The Eyes Have It

Rated 4.25/5 based on 4 reviews
Allison's parents run her life. They pick her clothes, pick her friends, pick her car, pick her husband. Even though Allison realizes it is dangerous to thwart her parents, she has no intention of marrying the man they have chosen for her. She has other plans. What Allison doesn't realize is that her parents aren't the only menace on her horizon, they are simply the most obvious.
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MEB reviewed on July 28, 2017

A very entertaining and insightful read. Great job. Thanks
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venz reviewed on April 29, 2014

So beautiful a story. Gradual, sweet and suspending. I just love it. Thanks for writing it. a million stars. It worth it.
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Michelle D. Hand reviewed on April 8, 2014

Not my typical genre, but any time I thought of putting it down, the author convinced me all over again. It started a little slow-paced, but you do get drawn into the character and it works. I found the struggle that Allison had with her parents very believable.

As I was reading, I thought maybe this could be better as two separate stories - the love story in the first half, and the continuation of the characters' life events in the second half - but I realize after reading it all that the love story wasn't the point. The relationship between Allison and Elsee was.

This was a great read!
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Nancy Bandusky reviewed on April 28, 2013

A sweet love story that brings two people together from different levels of the economic ladder. While they think their only obstacle is her parents, their love is almost thwarted by a person on the sidelines.

While there were external difficulties to their relationship surviving, the reader is also exposed to the internal conflicts that we all face - could the one I love really love me, baggage and all.

One issue I had was that the reader is kept in the dark regarding what "hold" is over the parents to keep them in line. Also there is an abrupt pace increase toward the end of the story.

Warning - there is minimal foul language and this is uttered by the "bad" people.
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