Love Awakens

Adult
Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Vrozia hosts a breeding game every three years. For this game there are ten princes looking for mates. The girls, sacrificed to Vrozia from their home worlds, live in the castle where they will participate in games such as innocent dancing and savage hunting. The goal is to match the girls with a prince! But things are not always as they seem. More
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About Colleen Michelle Johnson

Depression and Myasthenia Gravis do not define me just set me back a bit in my writing. Mother of two boys and a caregiver to my mom (MS) and my grandma (PAD). Suddenly found myself almost needing a caregiver! But once I was diagnosed via blood test with Myasthenia Gravis it gave me access to why I lost all control of my hands, fingers, legs, right eye, breathing and so much more. Now a simple pill gave me my eye back (control) and my hands back though I do require lots of rest. The breathing can be very scary but with two boys to care for ages 11 and 17, four cats (mine, my mom's, and two from my grandparents whom all have their own character traits - and don't always get along!) I can't stay in bed!

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Reviews

nadia stewart reviewed on May 8, 2015
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Although this reminds me of a bachelor type senario, it has agreat spin. It could easily have had a series or been longer. I had to keep reading till the end. Kept me engaged. Unlike other books, I could not guess the plots before they occured. Hope this writer has a new boik soon.
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Bege reviewed on April 20, 2015

This is a NaNoWriMo tale, and the sort of story I would have loved to read as a YA dreaming of finding Mr Right. It reminds me of the old movie, 7 brides for 7 brothers. 10 girls get kidnapped to provide 10 princes with future mates.The blurb describing the citizens of Vrozia makes it sound more complicated than when reading the story. The story is easy to read. There are some stumbling blocks, like funny punctuation at times, and once obviously four not three girls were teleported. The tale was too short for us to get to know all the girls, let alone the princes. We learned that choices were made based on qualities like matching personalities.The author could perhaps revisit this fantasy world, with more mature protagonists, as she had an interesting new take on the giving and taking of blood.
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