- File Size: 5334 KB
- Print Length: 323 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Novelistas Ink Press (June 24, 2015)
- Publication Date: June 24, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00VOCZRY2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,986,074 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Four Sides to Every Story: SHORTLISTED IN THE 2015 LOVE STORIES AWARDS Kindle Edition
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I won't give any spoilers, but it is definitely worth sharing with friends who believe in True Love, or perhaps stopped believing...
Lily is a beautiful young woman who sounds like an angel with her long hair and her natural glow. She is different, but yet so much herself. Lily's job is being a female cupid and together with a little magic she is very good at her job. Her next assignment is to get Sophie and Sawyer to become interested in each other.
Sophie is a blog writer and she is also trying to be an author. Fools Castle is the perfect place to write about on her blog. It has everything readers love to know about. It is a small town with its own charm and of course there's the Castle. The family who owns and lives in the Castle are a bit strange and have to cope with their grief and day-to-day life. Sophie isn't a warm person and she will do anything to keep emotions away from her heart. This makes her come across as a bit harsh, but she still is a likeable person. She just needs to be fixed.
Sawyer is a successful author who lives with his mother-in-law and his step children in the Castle. His wife died in a car crash and Sawyer was the one behind the wheel. He is having a hard time coping with his new way of living. He works odd hours and he misses out on a lot of the things his stepchildren do. Because of the fact that their father died he does see them as his own. He wants to be a better person and to become whole as a family again, but he doesn't know how.
I love to read fairytales and I fell in love with Four Sides to Every Story immediately. Lily is impossible not to love and I was really hoping for everything to turn out the way it should. My heart was aching for the children who lost so much already in their young life. This story really touched my heart and I couldn't put it down.
Valerie-Anne Baglietto has created an amazing romantic story. She describes Fools Castle so perfectly that I was able to 'see' what she was writing about. Her writing style makes it impossible not to fall in love with all the characters, because she's made them so real. If you love romance with a little touch of magic then I highly recommend Four Sides to Every Story.
Sophie is dark where Lily is light. They're each other's exact opposites. They do form a friendship though. Lily is such a sweet and vulnerable girl. She has beautiful long hair and she's a character from a fairytale. Sophie is a journalist who's writing about Fools Castle for a blog. There's some attraction between her and Sawyer, but is she long term relationship material?
I loved finding out more about both Sophie and Lily. Sophie isn't really sweet, she's self-centered and driven, but somewhere deep down she might possess some kindness after all. Sawyer is struggling and muddling through life and fatherhood. It's time for him to find love, someone who treats him well, so he can leave his sad past behind him a bit, and Lily is there to make it happen with the help of a little bit of magic. I love fairytales, so Four Sides to Every Story immediately appealed to me. Valerie-Anne Baglietto's writing is amazing, she captures moods and atmospheres so well. I loved The Little Book of Lost Hearts, so I already knew I would love Fools Castle and its inhabitants. I was so glad to be able to read more about this wonderful and magical village.
Lily is special and I liked her from the beginning. She's a bit strange and otherworldly which makes her even more charming. I liked Sophie as well, mainly because she is so honest about her character. She doesn't let anyone in and doesn't share much. That made me really curious to find out more about her. Sawyer is endearing and I could imagine Lily wanted to fix him. I loved reading about the castle and the children. Everything came together so well and the plot is unpredictable and absolutely amazing. I highly recommend this romantic book, it's a fantastic modern and at the same time old fashioned fairytale.