- File Size: 4845 KB
- Print Length: 279 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Write from the Heart Publications (February 2, 2013)
- Publication Date: February 2, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00BA8T03O
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #683,370 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Meeting Miss Mollie (London Lights Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Liverpool Kiss - Well written, believable characters; I didn't stop reading until I finished the book. I own Meeting Miss Mollie, which I will be reading soon. I read The Audition, also own, another fun read, which got me started on Ms. Jones. Both books were read in one sitting, they were so good. Luckily, I contacted the author to review her books and received a copy of Liverpool Kiss.
The Audition - #1 - A quick, fast read. Not a fan of Hollywood, but I found The Audition to be funny and engaging and well written.
Taking the Lead - #2 - Funny and intriguing. A well written story full of humor, a lovable group of characters, some scary, and a twisting plot. I've read these books out of series and they are all good books. While each book is complete, the characters' stories continue through thick and thin, and suspense and intrigue. There's a preview of the book, which I appreciate knowing what the book is about before I read it.
Acting up - #3 - Another fun, intriguing tale of love and dogs. A well written story with our favorite characters, lots more dogs and a couple of cats. The constantly developing plot holds the reader's attention until the book is finished. I've read all six books of this series and enjoyed all of them.
Transplanting Holly Oakwood - #4 - A quick, funny novel filled with intrigue and mishaps that keep you laughing throughout and too soon the story ends. This author always tells a good story, even the sad short stories from her Grief novel. I personally didn't care for the few sex scenes, not seen in the other books I've read. There's infrequent cursing in anger. This book must be read before Barking Bad, (#5).
Barking Bad - #5 - A well written suspense that starts a touch slow but slams into gear and doesn't slow down until the end. Having read The Audition and nothing else from this series, I was surprised at the intrigue and intensity of this book. The plot is well thought out, with unexpected turns, and some horror, along with our favorite characters. The romance between Tessa and Ryan goes where I think is the right direction. I have read several of this author's books and she's always delivered a good read. For those who care, there's no sex and infrequent cursing.
The book's flaws are probably genre flaws--some stilted dialogue, cardboard characters, glib descriptions. That sounds horrible, but the flaws are light in degree and there's enough story to let the reader slide over them. For me, a good editor and a rewrite that added depth to the characters, life to the dialogue and an eye for the telling detail would make this a great book.
But I'd advise anyone to grab a copy to take along--on a plane, in a waiting room, or just curled up with a latte and a dog at your feet.
Loved the different viewpoints for the chapters. Especially Mollie's point of view!
Book was just as I expected it to be. Although personally I would have liked a bit more humor in it. Allready have the second book on my to-read list!
A truly enjoyable read.