- File Size: 757 KB
- Print Length: 154 pages
- Publisher: Scarecrow Books; seventh edition (November 13, 2013)
- Publication Date: November 13, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007ONCTIM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,972 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Under the Aspens (The Aspen Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
The second book in New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Pepper Winters's Pure Corruption series. Learn more
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The story is pretty good. The characters are fairly well drawn and I could get invested in them. The story itself isn't too bad, though at times it moves much too fast, and the bad guys are pretty obvious from the very beginning.
But the editor of this book should be ashamed of him/herself! Short choppy sentences. Verbs that change tenses in the same sentence. Sentences that are just phrases. It was very difficult to enjoy reading the story when you have to wade through all the bad grammer to understand what you're reading.
That being said...I have purchased the second book in the series : The Aspens Fall. I'm working on the theory that some lessons were learned in the writing and publishing of the first book.
OMG, I just took a look at the preview of the second book in this series (The Aspens Fall). I don't think she bothered to read her reviews because this book does not seem much better than the first one in the series. She appears to be trying to get her tenses right this time but her writing is still flat and stilted with incomplete sentences. She is still sprinkling commas anywhere. Just in the preview, the new heroine tells her dogs to "heal" instead of "heel" and sees that Brad is "quit" handsome instead of "quite" handsome.
The story of a divorced woman suddenly being stalked by her evil ex-husband, with the corresponding new love interest being a former beau/cop is okay. However, similar story lines abound in the Romance genre, usually with better grammar. The formula of contemporary romance -- having a love interest, the dilemma or danger to be resolved, a little sex, and the denouement of a satisfying happy ending -- is a tried and true one. Romance readers never tire of it. I just like to be able to read the book without holding a red correction pen in my hand.
Shame on the author and double shame on the editor. Overall grade: D
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What the heck happened to Brad? Not that I cared. It ended mid sentence. Dumb and poorly written.Published 1 month ago by Old Timey Gal
This book breaks every writing rule, and has MANY other errors and typos. How did this get published. It's hard to follow the plot in the face of all that. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lori
This was digital and I downloaded it to the Cloud and can't seem to retrieve it. It's floating around out there somewhere, let me know if you find it.Published 4 months ago by ROBIN K.