Melanie Ray is a Texan wife and a mother of one small child. Constant exposure to innocent things like toys and cartoons triggered the need to create stories that would be magical and fun, but more enjoyed at a level for adults.
on Nov. 24, 2017 :
This book is SOOOOO bad! It sounded like a good, original story . . . but, it needed to have been written by someone who knows American English and had some skill in writing, vocabulary, spelling and grammar. Then and than have completely different meanings and are not exchangeable. Where, wear and we're are also VERY different. Waste and waist; here and hear; their, there, they're; lied means having told a fib, not laying down in bed. She also had uncountable issues with tense. I could go on with so many other crazy examples, but the worst sin any writer can commit is not being able to keep track of who their characters are, how they relate to other characters, and what sex they are! Earth is a planet, not it's own dimension, at least as I understand dimensions. Too many dimensions, characters and time travels made this tale too much for this writer.
If serious editing and re-writing were done, it would be worth reading. I only struggled through it because it became a joke trying to figure out what she was TRYING to say.
Don't waste your time. At least it was free.
(review of free book)