This was captivating reading. I couldn't put the story down until I came to the end! I could almost see, smell and feel all of Sabrina's experiences. Very well written. Loosing forward to the sequel, "Chase the Moon"!-Diamellin
This was an enjoyable read not only of romance, but also a mix of Japanese language, culture, and customs. There was a mistake regarding a 1966 Mustang car howeever. Title papers were not yet available in 1966.
The dialogue in this story is kind of juvenile. There is a lot going on and the transitions are jumpy, not blending as smoothly as you would expect. The story line itself is interesting and imaginative. I think it would appeal to a younger age group but not necessarily as a children's story. Therefore, this should be reclassified as a teen/young adult read.
This part of the seris is just as intriguing as the first two. Although the author was hesitat about writing this, I feel she made a good decision when she went through with it. This part also leaves some room for additional sequels, such as does Jesse leave the secret CIA, is the new baby a girl or boy. (hint, hint) I'd love to see another sequel in a part 4.
This is written so well that I feel as though I am living the story as well. Life has been very hard on our poor Mary, and I hope to read more about her in the future as things seem to be making a turn for the better for her.
This is third in the series of Maggier and Alex and all the people they encountered in their time travel, plus the next generation. It is definitely a must read! I loved the story line. I am a sucker for midieval stories and Scottish stories as well, so this was right up my alley!
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The reading of it did not require knowledge of Kdrama or any other ethnic/cultural information. The current and back moments of the plot worked smoothly. I look forward to the next book in the series.
I didn't know what to expect when I started reading this book as Roman history is not usually my forte. However, this book captivated me from start to finish. I eagerly anticipate book 2 of this series!
This is a well written story about mountain people, the Ladd's in particular, and the family turmoil over who will inherit the beautiful land once Uncle Ernie kicks the bucket. It is intertwined with romance, a bit of mystery, suspense and old fashioned shooting it out when you don't like something in them there hills. It's a very good read, and I recommend it.
This book reads as a personal ad with many, many responses. I did not like the style, but the feelings conveyed were sincere, well thought out and well written. I would have liked it better if there was interaction between cowboy and his hopeful responders.
I give it a high rating for grammar and spelling.
This was a very enjoyable , sweet read. The characters were introduced and developed well. The storyline was believable annd written in such a way to capture and keep your attention. Grammar was right on. I found only one minor typo mistake, but I can't even remember where it was! The ending is not abrupt, but leaves your imagination in "overdrive." I loved it!
This was my first m/m erotic story, and boy did it open my eyes to a lot of formerly unanswered questions about self-acknowledging gayness, coming out and loving. I thought I would be grossed out, but was pleasantly surprised to find it quite endearing. The fears, concerns and feelings between two men was described quite well.
I recommend this story to m/m romance virgins such as myself as well as anyone else of appropriate age due to the graphic sex/love scene at the end.
This is book 3 in a series, Although it could be read alone, the characters take on more meaning if one reads its two predeceasers first: "Unlaced" and Undressed". I truly enjoyed all three books, but especially this one due to the main character, Miss Jane Rosemoor, and the author's ability to expand her personality without loosing the reader's interest.
The plot is well orchestrated, well written and should be well received by all who read this book.
Cheers to you, Kristina Cook!
All I can say is "Wow!" I couldn't put this book down until I had read the whole thing. The author has quite a flair for transforming words into visions. I almost felt like a voyeur or stalker watching each character's movements and listening to their thoughts. If you like regency stories, I believe you will love this one, too.
I have never wanted to reread something but this book may be my first, not to gain any missed message, etc., but "just because". :-)
The main characters, Angel and Mason, are a believable couple who meet each other through friends, and thus a heartfelt friendship begins and flourishes.
Angel is trying to rebuild her life after a terrible physically abusive relationship. Although she wasn't looking for another relationship with a man, yet, how could she resist the handsome gentleman named Mason Myles, who is also a doctor?
Their story and her fears are very well written. It has a cliff hanger ending, and I am very eager to read the sequel/
Angel and Mason, the main characters, continue to get to know each other while living through some serious ups and downs for themselves as well as their friends and families.
This is a continuation from "New Beginning", which you should also read. It is free here on Smashwords.
It also has a suspenseful ending. I am looking forward to the next book in this trilogy, "Destined to Love".
Our heroine finds herself betrothed to an arrogant royal. She tries hard to overcome both her feelings and her fiery tongue, which always seems to get her into trouble. In the meantime, she becomes aware of how terribly the entier royal family treats her bethrothed's younger brother and wants to change that.
This is an enjoyable read which should be able to be read at one sitting.
This is a very moving story of courage, inner strength and love that I loathed to see end. Kudos to you, Kimberly. May all your writings move readers as deeply as this one did me. I HIGHLY recommend it!
Thia is a fascinating look inside the head of a man trying to come to terms with his inner self while trying to live within society's expectations.
I feel sorry for Brent who is confused about what to do next.
I look forward to the next book.