- File Size: 2213 KB
- Print Length: 82 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Partridge & Pear Press (September 1, 2015)
- Publication Date: September 1, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00YPV0WPS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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- #431 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Literature & Fiction > Religious & Inspirational Fiction > Women's Fiction
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My Heart Belongs to Only You (Cupid's Bow: The First Generation Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Challenges the young lovers face seems true-to-war times, whether Korea or today's in the Middle East. Brings to light the horror of soldiers missing, and the lack of closure their families, friends, and loved ones experienced. Tale is well-written, seems true to the time-period, and quite well-edited and formatted; a pleasant surprise in today's kindle edition books. I stumbled across only two or three incidences of dropped punctuation and misused wording.
Drawbacks: This story is "complete", but it's only part of the overall, much bigger (serial) story. Could stand alone, but this SERIAL is only 1 part out of 4. None of the parts are very long. This installment is, according to the book's Amazon page, all of 82 pages. Part 1 was 23 pages. Part 3 is 78 pages, and part 4 is a mere 21 pages. The method Ms. Storm used to tell her tale of 3 romances, during the Korean War and "today", is spread over 4 titles in this series (should be called a serial). As currently listed, the 4 titles contain roughly 200 pages for a comparatively HIGH ticket price. I'm irritated by the Serial motif, where authors expect readers to keep paying more to finish the story. Combine that irritation with Deborah's STUPIDITY in book 2, and I'm not compelled to keep buying or reading.
Sensuality: Rated PG-13 (nudity, arousal, focus on anatomy)
You can just feel the character's internal struggles as they each must come to term with the reality of their life. I could feel the fight with feeling like you don't deserve to be alive with the strength of the written word. As I flipped each page I could sense the struggle in trying to honor commitment while still trying to live your life in a world of chaos caused by the war.
A beautifully written book that can reach even the Grinchiest of hearts. You can't help but wish for the best for the characters. Feeling like you personally know the characters and have a personal connection to the outcome of the story.
A sweet love story that shows the horror of war and the healing power of love. I enjoyed it.