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Love at Five Thousand Feet ... Jane Lewis
Review by Barj Apr 22, 2018
This is a new Author for me I enjoyed reading this book the story is set in 1930in the small town of Saplingville, Georgia. This is Dottie Lester and United States Army Air Corps pilot Victor Douglas' and it kept me wanting to know what was going to happen. I would recommend it.
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Great book
Review by staciew30 Jan 12, 2018
I love this book. The characters are great and I just love the writing style. It is a great book for all adult readers. Wonderfully written cannot put book down until the end. I voluntairly reviewed this book the opinions are all my own. I give it two thumbs up.
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Flawed but enjoyable
Review by Arec Rain May 18, 2018
A story with an interesting premise, despite not being very original. Initially interested due to the heroine’s description, it became evident early on that the synopsis wasn’t joking about her being foul-mouthed. While some readers may not take issue with it, it can be too much for others. Despite this, the heroine remains funny and witty. That being said, the plot is difficult to believe. Many readers may get to a certain part and say “well that’s not how that works in the real world … Read More
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A complete novella
Review by Arec Rain May 18, 2018
Despite its small size, this novella surely packs a punch. Stuffed full of raw emotion, this novel follows childhood friends that come together later in life to find their childhood crush has changed. The novella moves rather quickly, as novellas tend to do, but lacked for nothing and felt like a complete story in the end. With complex characters, a developed emotional plot, and a romance worth rooting for, fans of childhood friends-to-lovers with adore this historical romance.
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Conundrum
Review by Sarah Smith May 13, 2018
I have tried at least three times to read Deadly Curses, and I remain unable to get into it. The writing isn’t bad. The story isn’t bad. The synopsis is even quite intriguing. It simply isn’t gripping me. So please keep in mind that what I’m about to say comes from not quite half the book. The characters lack depth. Well, not so much that they lack it, but their depth feels canned. As does their dialogue. When I read this, I feel like I’m listening to one of those cop/FBI/courtroom/CSI-type … Read More
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Interesting curse
Review by DivaC Nov 30, 2015
It was an interesting and very likeable story with a lot of mysterious elements ,that kept your attention from the beginning. There are interesting “Curses” as well and you root for the main characters to be successful in their endeavor to overcome the obstacle that they currently face. You like Trent and Ciara, because they were great characters and you enjoyed. The writing was really good as were the other supporting characters in the story.. So if you ever get a chance, check it out.
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Amazing
Review by kfaunt May 12, 2018
Wow! An amazing book. Extremely entertaining, captivating and interesting sexy read. Great ski romance and story line. I could not put it down. Wonderfully written with strong and intriguing characters. I want to read more from this author. I voluntarily read and review an Advance Reader copy of this book.
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beautifully written; totally unforgettable
Review by ashia May 10, 2018
The Pas De Deux is a beautifully written story; totally unforgettable. I wish it hadn't taken me so long to read this book. I could've enjoyed it sooner! At first I was bothered by age difference between Peri and Mark, but it soon ceased to matter. I didn't even notice or remember it after awhile; I was totally caught up in the story. I have to commend Ms Bomboy on her characters--they were drawn skillfully and with compassion and larger than life. They're realistic and believable and it is easy … Read More
Comment from the Author
Thank you so much for your kind and thoughtful review. Would you be willing to post the review on Amazon and/or Goodreads? I would deeply appreciate it! I've pasted the links below. AMAZON: https://www.amazon.com/Pas-Deux-Classical-Ballet-Romance-ebook/dp/B0794W2J5N GOODREADS: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/38096730-the-pas-de-deux
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wonderful story
Review by ashia May 10, 2018
I've not read a lot of books about ski patrollers and the dangers they face in clearing the mountains to make them ready again for the skiers, and so I read this book with interest. It's a fairly short book, which I find is a good length for Max's and Sophie's story, as they have history. Sophie is a strong, vibrant woman who fought for her right to be treated fairly in her job despite her gender. She didn't understand though where Max was coming from, as he'd suffered badly in the past, and he … Read More
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An unlikely mix on several levels...
Review by jeepwonder May 2, 2018
I enjoyed reading this story, it lived up to it's billing. That said, there are several types of romance stories. Romances between strong men and women who need to be rescued, strong women who rescue men from themselves, even strong men and strong women that battle and fight their way through the romance. The author along with the authors perspective can create variations that span the romance spectrum. What kind of romance was this? It was a romance for women, told by a woman with a woman's … Read More