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Angelique's War: Book Two in the Series (The Angelique Saga) (Volume 2) Paperback – March 31, 2017
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Paula Millet, author of Angelique’s Storm, views becoming a writer as a second chapter, having spent her professional career as a high school educator. Holding a master's degree in Humanities, she has always been fascinated by the human experience, particularly the unique connection between people as they explore the world they share. She strives to create characters who are believable in their struggles and triumphs, to tell their stories in a way that will ultimately entertain, educate, and enlighten a reader. Originally from South Louisiana, she currently lives in suburban Atlanta, Georgia. Visit her website at www.paulamillet.com
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The reason why I called this book in the title area "relaxing", is because I let my house and yard work completely go for several days and I just couldn't put the book down. It is very good sometimes to do this, it was a very special treat for me and I believe the reader might feel that same way reading this book!
My only complaint (and it is a minor one) is that in reading these books through the Kindle Cloud Reader, I experienced way too many typographical errors. I don't know if it is an OCR issue or a Kindle Cloud Reader issue - or what! I found it to be a bit distracting, especially when the typos form unintentional words. For example, 'David' is substituted for a character named 'Davis' at one point, which caused me to think I had missed something. At one point a character shudders (shutters). Even the main character's name is misspelled at one point ('Angeiique'). On other occasions, paragraphs broke repeatedly mid-sentence.
Still, it was more than worth while fighting past the distractions of the presentation because the stories were well done.
"There are two kinds of pain...that which hurts us and that which changes us," she wrote.
I can't say more without divulging too much of the story. I highly recommend.
THANKS for great writing, and paying attention to detail!!