Shots Fired in the Melting Pot

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Shots Fired in the Melting Pot is true to its name with six natural enemies living together in a New York City loft. This playful romantic thriller is a delectable experience that will push the boundaries of human emotions and tolerance. Where else in the world can you find a cop and criminal; a celebrity and paparazzi; and a conservative and liberal, all forced to exist in one space? More
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Review by: tazzymc on June 17, 2017 :
I felt like the author had been to a creative writing course and learned to use adjectives and a thesaurus, and to not use names and he/she too much. Then took it to the extreme in a poorly written story with inelegant and incorrect use of vocabulary, and constant labeling of people as, for example, "the quirky Japanese boy"", "the attractive astronaut", "the short, pale German", "the feisty plumber", "the eager Republican", "the bullish crook", etc. etc. It was so annoying! I could not force myself to continue reading to see if the disjointed story eventually merged into something that made sense.
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