Collide: Birth of a New Race

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Have you ever wondered what happened to the Centaurian race? Collide is a tale of hope and love, of betrayal and madness. Discover the truth about what became of the race of the centaurs. Mythology meets fantasy in a warm and thrilling adventure that most humans will never experience. More

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About Lori Ann Ramsey

Lori Ann Ramsey loves to spin stories, as she has all her life. Her earliest memories are of playing by herself, playing out stories she made up in her mind at the tender young age of 3. As she grew older her dream was to become an author, specifically a novelist. 20 years ago she took the Famous Writer's Course in fiction writing, then wrote her first novel. After that life happened, she started a family, pursued other avenues for her career (as a website designer and coach), then she decided her passion still lies in being a novelist. 20 years after writing her first novel she wrote several more and has decided to share them with the rest of the world. She has written a dozen non-fiction books under "Lori Ramsey" and finally began to publish the novels starting with the first published novel - Sunny Beam.

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David Bergsland reviewed on Sep. 16, 2014

OK, I snookered myself into a romance. Under the guise that it is a fantasy, I promised accept a free copy then to read it and review it.

It's a fun read

Though it's classed as a historical romance, there's little history here. What is available is history of an unspecified different world. The cultures are only defined very loosely. There is no map. Seekers of fantasy will be disappointed.

I kept having questions like: How does a two-legged person with hooves for feet ever balance himself well enough to even walk? There are no answers to issues like these. A reader looking for pure fantasy will be disappointed. But…

As a romance, it's a fantasy

This is fairytale romance, and well done. Even though I don't like romances, I enjoyed this one. Two delightful people are prophesied to form a union and it's a fantastic event. Please remember the definition of fantastic. Modern, informal usage aside, it means: imaginative or fanciful; remote from reality. Yet, Ms. Ramsey pulls it off. It's just a believable story that the reader accepts. That's a feat in itself.
The characters are compelling. The romance is joyful. Through all the problems, it's ultimately very hopeful. As a romance, this one is a lot of fun. It's good, clean fun.

Spiritually, it's at the lowest level

This is unspecified deism, with a Creator who is actively working in His world. He communicates with His Creation through prophecy. The centaurs and elves trust Him to bring the prophetic to pass and praise Him for who He is and what he does. There is no evil spiritual force mentioned. The enemy is human intolerance. This is a nice story, well told—and that is enough. It gently broadcasts seed, and that is its intent.
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
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