Able To Love Again--A Christmas Novel Kindle Edition
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If I start a book, I have to finish it. I made an exception in this case - I pushed through half of it, and deleted it from my library. The writing is choppy, the pronouns inconsistent, and characters annoying. There is an absurd section in chapter 1 about horsepower, and a comment a little girl makes that makes no sense whatsoever. (As a matter of fact, horsepower *IS* an estimate of the power of a horse) There are odd details thrown in that added nothing to the story, such as animal factoids and step by step recipe info, and the placement of the chapter breaks seemed very random.
" 'That should be a good nice light supper, and quite tasty,' he said to himself aloud.
Michael would microwave their plates to heat them up.
He knew that Ross Butler was eccentric and so he popped some popcorn and put lots of butter and salt on it since Ross had to have popcorn with every meal!
With all that butter on the popcorn that he ate everyday, it was amazing that Ross still had a great figure. But then he exercised a lot and loved to ride his bicycle at least five miles each day.
When Ross arrived that evening, Michael told her of Jan's death. Ross then giggled, though it was untimely to giggle at someone's death." (chapter 2)
"She decided to use the sauna. She was feeling blessed to be able to relax in her sauna since she always felt a cottage without a sauna was just not a cottage. But she never condemned any of her friends who did not have a sauna. She just kept his comments to herself. She believed it was the right thing to be tactful." (chapter 6)
I am a Christian and usually love to read simple, clean romance, historical & mystery stories but this story like the others I've read by this writer - are just too simply & choppy.
Please just write for kids or at least get a good editor to help you because the basic stories could be good if written well.