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About the Author

Diana Nixon was born in Minsk, Belarus, where she still lives and works on her series. Before becoming a writer she received a Master of Law degree from Belorussian state University. She has always liked reading fantasy novels, so when she came up with the idea of writing a book, she already knew what genre to choose. At the moment Diana is working on her Love lines series. Official page -

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 294 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 29, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1475073313
  • ISBN-13: 978-1475073317
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,851,513 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Diana Nixon is a Best Selling author of fantasy and contemporary romances. She was born in Minsk, Belarus, where she currently lives. In 2008 she graduated from Belorussian state University. She has a Master of Law degree and speaks several foreign languages, including English, Polish and Spanish.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By xoBookObsessedxo on August 10, 2012
Format: Paperback
First I would like to thank the amazing author of Love Lines, Diana Nixon for providing me with a digital copy of her book for review, I'm so glad I had the chance to read this. I'm a total sucker for the whole soul-mates, love at first sight, and two people being bonded kind of thing, which is why this book was perfect for me.
Diana did a perfect blend of love, adventure and even a bit of mystery. The plot was so different from everything out there. There was no mention of vampires, werewolves, immortal beings or angels( not that I have anything against those books I mean I love most of them) however it was exciting to read about something so new. The seven families was so cool especially how each descendant bears resemblance to the founder of the family they are in. Which brings me to the Dever. I mean I really wish I could go to this school, the interaction between students, the lessons they have and the festival it's all just great.
Eileen was a great heroine. She wasn't stubborn, obnoxious or annoying. She was able to realize what was best for her and didn't get angry at people for keeping certain things secret from her. There was a part in the book where I though she was going to be angry when she found out the truth, but she took it really well and I really respected that about her. She isn't a Mary Sue kind of heroine, but she realizes that there are certain things she shouldn't be involved in yet and I really respect that about her.
Christian, he is amazing. He was sweet and open and almost had the boy next door vibe.In a way he was the typical YA hero, smart, talented, popular and let's face it hot, but he was also so much more than that. He wasn't the most powerful and still had a lot of things to learn which is something that made him really relatable.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 28, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
I love the cover, it's simple, kind of has a certain connection with the story, but I initially thought that the book's genre is romance and it's not, it's better.
It had mystery, secrets and funny moments. Have I told you about the mystery? I think that this is why I ended up simply loving the entire book. In the wold of "Love Lines" nothing is what is seems, there is nothing that you could categorize as predictable.
Diana Nixon throws us in the depths of Dever a world that is not supposed to exist, not for ordinary humans anyway, creating new and exciting mythologies and legends based on the family founders of Dever. Every founding family had it's own supernatural gift and specific physical characteristics and each of the gifted kids go to a special college. Every part of the new world is so detailed described that there's no room for confusion, well maybe only regarding the villain, but it gets less confusing in the end.
The relation between Eileen and Christian, even though is love at first sight is not the classical: "OMG he's so hot and I want him now", we are talking about a sweet and mutual trust relationship and I kind of have this feeling that the special bond between them is helping a little. I actually enjoyed this concept of two people who were in love and connected in at a certain level that they could feel what the other felt.
I would like to talk a little about the characters. I think is the first time I've read a book and I like all the characters, including the villains. I still have favorites because it's in my nature, but I liked them all. Eileen is smart and evolves really fast. She is a good example of a character that has huge power and that power is not wasted. She learns how to use it and she is careful with it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Angie on September 8, 2012
Format: Paperback
This is a book that I really really got into. I was provided a digital copy and asked to review, and I am glad that I did. First of all, let me say that I usually have a little difficulty getting into books where a whole different world is created. I find it hard to relate to the characters. However, this time, I had no difficulty whatsoever. The world that Nixon creates is very unique, and the characters are well written and purposeful. I loved getting to know the characters and also enjoyed the two narrator approach. I defintely think that you should check this book out, you will not be disappointed!
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I received this book from the Author for an honest review.

I have to say I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed this story. The characters were engaging and full of life and although the story line was not new, the Author has put her own unique twists into it. In a way I felt as if the book could almost be a Harry Potter story but one that starts where the other ends. We have a hidden school of magic and a prophesied history that will take a group of young friends to unravel. With life or death situations, some budding romances, and finding out that the main character possess skills she had no idea were locked away inside her, this story keeps it interesting!

Eileen, not yet 18, has been invited to a school that she had no idea existed. With nightmares filling her night, she seeks the aide of a palm reader to see her future and why these dreams are plaguing her. With her best friend at her side, she uncovers a future that is both exciting and scary at the same time. Upon her arrival at school she finds herself face to face with her best friends brother, Christian. What neither of them realize is that they have been brought together for a reason and that reason could just save both of their lives. With mystery, magic, romance and great friends, this story will have you experiencing life at Dever right along side them. But not all who posses magic are good... and this story definitely has some villains!

The only fault in the book is the many grammatical errors that are found throughout the story possibly from when the book was translated. This made reading it a bit tricky at times but once you get through them the story is a sweet magical love story that will have you looking for Book 2!
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