Remember This (A Romantic Comedy) Kindle Edition
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The other off-putting thing was the grammar. I should have quit when I read the word queue when "cue" was certainly intended. I should have quit when I read the sentence "Her and Scott went to the airport early." I kept plugging away though, until I realized that I felt like I was watching a train wreck.
Read the sample before purchasing! The opening with the pantyhose is by far the best that I read. If you are still engaged at the end of the sample, then perhaps you will enjoy the book. You get a good sense of the characters at the end of the first chapter and through the second chapter. Just because I gave up doesn't mean you won't enjoy it. We are all different.
I also had issues with grammar/usage - queue instead of cue; phrases like 'her and I'; at one point, Lucy proclaims that she is appalled, but she is clearly excited and in approval, so I have no idea what the author was trying to say on that one... I can overlook a few typos, but this was consistent enough to distract from the story.
My biggest complaint, however, was in the storytelling approach. The first person narrative just wasn't very effective - I was being told about the story rather than being part of seeing the story unfold. The transitions were awkward - I felt like I was frequently being told 'two weeks later' or 'now it is fall' instead of the story naturally flowing around the advancing time. Dialog was scarce and stilted: most of us speak in contractions. I also felt like the foreshadowing was more telegraphing - not exactly subtle.
The characters became more interesting and the story more fun once it was past the half-way mark, although it ended in predictable fashion. I'm interested in the author's future work if it comes complete with an editor/proofreader.
The grammar and typos are a little distracting.
It is a mindless, silly thing to read by the pool or a short flight.
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What a funny, emotional rollercoaster of a book. I look forward to more works by Shae Biggs. Maybe a continuation of Lucy and Mason.Published 20 days ago by Terri
A nice light and funny romp. A fairly quick read that begs for more. Text reads smoothly. I would read more from this author.Published 22 days ago by tigger
This was a simple read, not a big literary work. Story is predictable. I guess it would be a good beach read.Published 1 month ago by LSW
At first when I started reading this book, I felt like some parts were really drawn out and that there were some unnecessary details that didn't really matter to the reader. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Danielle
When I started reading, it seemed like the characters were awful. But it set the stage for the story, which is a nice, moral, growing up story about, believe it or not, STAYING... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Judy K-M
The storyline was cute and predictable. However, poor grammar made it difficult for me to completely enjoy the book. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Hedy Jacobson
A very lighthearted believable yet unbelievable story. A quick beach-read love story. It made me both smile and frown at the same time.Published 4 months ago by ABC
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Thank you so much for this, Ruth!! I'm glad you enjoyed the wild adventure :) My new book, The Roommate, will be out in a few days. I'd love to hear your thoughts on that one as well. Happy Reading :)
Oct 31, 2015 by Shae Buggs | See all 2 posts