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To Love A Shooting Star Paperback – Large Print, May 11, 2013
About the Author
K’Anne Meinel (pronounced Kay Ann My Null), an American author was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and emerged full formed behind a keyboard, sometime in the 1960's, where she still resides today after a seventeen year detour through Southern and Central California on the beach. Her first novel, SHIPS written in 2003 was to be the beginnings of many masterpieces. Bringing her characters to life in the pages of her books she discovered a real talent for writing romances. She is the best-selling author of the novel REPRESENTED and her other works include LONG DISTANCE ROMANCE, GERMANIC, and TIMED ROMANCE. Her novella Sapphic Surfer has been a best-seller and others such as Sapphic Cowboi, Sapphic Cowgirl, and Ghostly Love have received acclaim. In 2011 she started her infamous MALICE series including an anti-hero/killer by the name of Alice. Writing well-researched romance novels with humor and a bit of spice she plans to travel some more to fuel her ever hungry keyboard with many more places she hasn’t already been in her books!
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I liked the characters of Erin and Kate and the fact that they were both successful and famous in their own rights. I liked how they met and how their relationship developed. I would have liked to have had a bit more background on Kate and how and why she became a mother since her sons are a big part of her life. And when you talk about Erin it is easy to draw parallels to the multi Oscar winning actress/director/producer I'm sure her character is based upon.
The thing that keeps me from liking this book more is the total lack of an editor's touch. There are places in the book where poor sentence structure becomes distracting.
I was able to borrow this on Kindle as a Prime member. Had I paid for this I don't think I would be as kind in my review.