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A Deeper Dimension by [Harrison, Thea]
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  • File Size: 520 KB
  • Print Length: 189 pages
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (May 21, 2013)
  • Publication Date: May 21, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CU9X4SE
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A Deeper Dimension by Amanda Carpenter ~ Harlequin Romance #2605 ~ March 1984

4 Stars! ~ Diana is a young woman whose determination and hard work has achieved professional success. Having grown up abandoned in the foster care system, she's isolated herself emotionally from everyone around her. She's witty and enthusiastic, and shows caring towards others, but as soon as someone tries to cross one of her boundary lines she instinctively pulls herself back. Alex is a man driven to succeed and having taken over a company on the brink of bankruptcy, he built up a business that soon had few rivals. When Diana hires on as Alex's right hand person, she's overwhelmed with his passionate approach to everything in his life. They work well together, finding a level of camaraderie that quickly sparks into a very strong attraction. Alex tries to act on this attraction but is shocked to find Diana doesn't believe in relationships and has no desire to become involved with anyone. Diana's resolve to remain aloof falters though when a ruthless rival attempts to destroy everything Alex has worked so hard for.

This is Ms. Carpenter's debut with Harlequin and though a little rough around the edges, she weaves a very compelling love story. She has a unique voice and remarkable talent for creating passionate dynamic personalities. Ms. Carpenter also has a delightful sense of humour that breathes life into her characters and makes the witty banter a pleasure to read. I thoroughly enjoyed Alex and Diana's story.
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I just finished this book!
I did not like it!
The plot was good and it was fairly well written!
But I did not like the characters!
It was written in the 80's!
It should have stayed there!
More importantly, the author used way too many exclamation points!
I did not know you could "mutter" something, and end it in an exclamatory statement!
Even when people talked to themselves, they used exclamation points!
I felt like I was being yelled at through the whole book!

It was really annoying!
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This book was one of those I'd consider a good read, but not a great 'must read'. There were times that I became bored and started to skip a few pages here and there. It also had quite a few misspelled words, and grammar errors. Not a lot, and certainly not enough to take away from the story, but I did notice them.

Would I recommend this book? Probably, but I hope the author finds a good editor to fix these minor problems.
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I have enjoyed and reread Thea Harrison's Elder Races so ignored the reader comments and bought this book. It is pretty dreadful. I am halfway through and am giving up. The writing is turgid and overwritten. Every feeling is explained. Every noun has its adjective, every verb is qualified. But my primary objection is the story itself. This is supposed to be a love story between a spectacularly beautiful, highly intelligent young MBA, Diana, and her boss, a dynamic, self made CEO. But Alex is repellant. The macho charm the author is describing is sexual harassment. The first day on the job he threatens to "spank" her if she calls him Alexander instead of Alex. He insults her, steps way over any sense of personal boundaries, invites her on a private picnic which sort of moves the relationship into date territory but that is never questioned, takes her to his apartment and troops around in his bathrobe, and then attacks her for being cold and unfeeling and claims he could never be attracted to an emotional cripple such as herself because she had answered his question and had confessed to being isolated as a foster child and having to learn to be self sufficient. Then he leaps on her in his car, kisses her and then berates her viciously for being cold and an ice woman. Never once does he say anything like, "I find you immensely attractive and would like to see you socially. What do you think of mixing business and pleasure?" No, he jumps her, overworks her, humiliates her and insults her. I mean this guy is a creep. My only question is why she does not walk out the door
at the first opportunity and get another job. Presumably she finds him appealing and loves her job. I am so glad Thea Harrison got this out of her system and learned how to write and has since giving us some terrific male characters, not this turkey.
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The story was okay, but very predictable. As far as my 3 C's go, the chemistry between Alex and Diana wasn't very believable. There were smatterings of affection and flirting, but nothing that would lead to marriage at the end of the story. We learn a lot about Alexander Mason and Mason Steel, but not much else. We get bits and pieces about his competitors, but that's it.

There's a big hole in character development. We know little about Alex's family and his upbringing. His parents are mentioned, his Mom makes the meal for the picnic, but that's it. We know Diana was an orphan and had a tough time in foster homes, but I wanted to know more about how she became so strong. That being said, it infuriated me that the author had her fall for Alicia's stunt at the party. For someone so smart and always relying on herself- she would have seen that coming a mile away and known what Alicia was upto. I kept expecting her not to fall for the ploy. OUR Diana in the story never would've been so stupid to fall for Alicia's games.

Then there's continuity. That was pretty good. My only challenge in the story was I find it hard to believe that even someone who lacks social skills and guarded based on their upbringing in foster homes should try to get out of a moving car during a serious rain storm. Really? Diana never apologizes to Alex for almost having killed them both based on her stupidity of not wanting to let him explain what Alicia was really upto. I find it hard to believe a person of Alex Mason's calibre would want to build a life with someone who can't admit they were wrong, and nearly killed him.

For that I give the story 2 stars because it just didn't make good sense, and wasn't believable in 50% of the book. I kept reading hoping it would turn at some point, but it never did. The editing was a breath of fresh air as there were minimal typos. Cheers to a good effort. Better luck with the next one...
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