Hello, My Love (Between Two Worlds, Book 1)

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In this modern-day tale inspired by Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, bright, beautiful law student Elise Halverson looks forward to a promising career. The last thing she needs is to fall in love with well-known playboy Greg Thorpe. A delicious romance with a literary slant, spiced with a twist of whodunit. More
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About Evy Journey

" ... a writer who writes, rather than someone who authors a book ... "
Evy Journey, SPR (Self Publishing Review) Independent Woman Author awardee, writes Women’s Fiction, an amorphous category of stories written mostly for women, from a women’s point of view, as varied as that is. They can be romance, chick lit, or literary.

Evy has a Ph.D. in psychology so her particular brand of women’s fiction spins tales about well-drawn characters as they cope with the problems and issues of contemporary life. These stories explore the many faces of love, loss , second chances, and finding one’s way. Often, they’re laced with a twist of mystery or intrigue.

She’s also a wannabe artist, and a flâneuse who wishes she lives in Paris where art is everywhere and people have honed aimless roaming to an art form. She has lived in Paris a few times as a transient.

Her author website: Evy Writes at https://www.evyjourney.com
Her book blog:Escape Into Reality at http://www.margaretofthenorth.wordpress.com
Her blog on art, food, travel (mostly Paris): Artsy Rambler at https://eveonalimb2.com.

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About the Series: Between Two Worlds
Between Two Worlds, a series about negotiating separate realities, is a family saga that takes us into the world of Agnieszka Halverson and her children Elise and Justin. In three tales of loss, love, second chances, and finding one’s way, each heroine faces and copes with issues contemporary women face.

In Hello My Love, Elise tries to reconcile the often clashing demands of a satisfying career and a compelling relationship. In Hello Agnieszka, young Agnieszka learns to balance her Polish roots with mainstream American culture. In Welcome Reluctant Stranger, Leilani crosses lands and two quite different cultures at a very young age. While she easily fits into her adapted culture, she must reacquaint herself with her roots.

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Reviews

Bookish Girl reviewed on Jan. 30, 2015

I loved this one. It's a quality piece of women's fiction that I wouldn't hesitate to recommend. The story itself is very rich and full of beautiful imagery from settings to food to emotions. I think it's a book that many people would enjoy because while it's artistic and romantic, those qualities are tempered with the realistic situations. Love is never just love and often what we think is love isn't at all. Love and it's opposite hate are well-covered in this story. Great novel.

This book was well worth my time and an enlightening and inspiring read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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