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Loving From Afar (The Women of Independence Book 1) Kindle Edition
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"This book wasn't like any other romance I've read. It grabbed my interest from the beginning and then took me on an emotional ride that kept drawing me back to the story when I really should have been doing other things! Some tough emotional parts, but I liked that... it was an honest story, told from the heart. Looking forward to the next story in the series."
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"I recommend any book this Author has out and any future story she will share with us in the future. She truly has a gift."
- Sharing a Bit of Romance blog
"This book held my attention from start to finish - really didn't want it to end. The plot in this story has everything a reader of romance novels could want and more. Ms. Ingram seems to have an amazing talent for making her characters come alive and the events she portrays have the reader believing that this could really happen. Thanks for a wonderful book."
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- File size : 2075 KB
- Publication date : November 27, 2013
- Print length : 199 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- ASIN : B00DGFXDLO
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #523 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Allison on the other hand does the typical stupid girl thing and goes to a party with rich kids that have no filters in their actions, etc. so she winds up drinking "wine" when she doesn't drink at all and she is very underage. then she is attracted to the typical rich bad boy and from the other reviews I read, gets date raped. She saves herself for Cole and then the first creep she goes with date rapes her. I quit reading before this final act happened. The book was going where I did not want to go. Apparently she also becomes pregnant by this rape. BUT, I wonder, did she file charges against the rich kid? Probably not. No sympathy for her if she didn't. I didn't read far enough to see. I just don't like stories like this. I don't care about forgiveness, redemption, etc. those kinds of stories just depress me. So, I don't read. If you like all this drama, then this will be the book for you.
This is a book about about a young couple and how unforeseen events changes so many lives. I enjoyed the story and the adventures throughout. I read the entire book in a day and into the night. I had to finish the book, I couldn't put it down. The story touched my heart and my emotions. It was a fast paced, easy to read story. Thank You, Mona Ingram for sharing this wonderful book with us.
Easy read, but I could see why it won't be everyone's cup of tea. There is romance, but because the book starts in the present, but jumps back many years and works back to the present, there isn't as much romance as I'd usually like to see in this type of novel. The ending, while happy and sweet, wrapped up rather abruptly...Fitting a little due to the way the story unfolds and *spoiler* them wanting to be together after all these years, but still a little abrupt.
I admired Allison's character, all that she went though, and her strength and courage to push onward and upward. Some slow moving parts as the book moved through her life, but not too bad. Cole, while loving him in the beginning, turns out to annoy me for the most part. I get his reasons for acting the way he did, and you wouldn't have a good portion of this novel if it weren't for his reactions keeping him and Allison apart, but some were still jerk moves--not reading her letters and not giving her a chance to explain? Realistic but frustrating nonetheless.
Overall enjoyable, just not for friends I know who love romance through and through.