Metaphysical Gravity Kindle Edition
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Though each tale was well-written and sensual, I enjoyed Cameron D. Garriepy's "Valentine" the most. Having read some of her books, I knew she had a strong sense of story and I loved the setting in New Orleans.
Stories of love, surrealistic encounters, and a bit of magical romance tempted me to get this collection. Do yourself a favor and be tempted as well.
Angela Amman's grandmother is half the grand ladies I've met in The South. I could picture every pearl in her strands and within her heart. And, it was refreshing to see a woman make the right call.
Mandy Dawson's librarian was delicious. It was a joyride through the bumbles and blunders of attraction and highlighted so much of what makes it a mysterious thing.
Cameron D. Garriepy's Valentine twisted me in unexpected places. I never knew where the story was headed, and the surprises were poignant and rich....just like a good drink in New Orleans. I cheered for Val at the end.
Kameko Murakami's intricate story highlighted the bereft sense of waiting for the right person. I remember that place, like my life had stopped when everyone else's was rushing forward. Her technique for conveying that loneliness was brilliant.
These stories are all well crafted, an excellent value. It's a download you won't be sorry you bought.
Highest marks go to Cameron Garriepy's "Valentine" which had great touches of magic and mortality, and to Kameko Murakami's longer piece, the wonderfully surreal "Elephants in the Atmosphere".
I suggest that you might like to pick up a copy and curl up on the sofa with your loved one. Or with somebody else's loved one if that works for you ...
Adelaine Jane was heartbroken that her boyfriend cheated on her. They were set to get married, through this story she has her mother's advice as well as her grandma and grandpa. even with their input she still has to do what is right for her.
Abby was head over heals for Neil, but she thought he didn't feel the same. So she tried to set Neil up with her best friend Kat but things don't go the way Abby imagined they would.
Dixie tells Val( Valentine ) that val has magic coming her way today. Dixie says "loves the best magic there is." And little did Val know when she twisted her ankle she might find her true love.
Elephants in the atmosphere
Katie was stuck at 9:17 she was alive but everyone else was wax. Katie lived in a coffee shop and met her true love there his name was Eliot and he was wax. she fell in love with his writing when she found out where he lived and found he was an author. It's to bad she won't know the real Eliot, or will she?
This was a very good book there's a variety in the writing I will probably pick up more books from these authors.
4 strong voices writing characters that will have you quickly turning pages and sighing with your own memories of love, loss and lust.
Each story is different from the other and that is what gives this collection an inclusive image of love, whether it's old, magical, chemical or simply taking it's time to show up,there is a memory for you in every piece.
a lovely collection from 4 amazing authors.
Four "slice of life" stories with no before and no after.
Not one I'll keep, though.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Four women who know how to grab a reader and take her along for the ride! I want more from each one. Distinct styles, different genres, every voice intriguing. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Pam Fries
Not usually my style, but the stories have some great characters and the last two stories are excellent. Highly recommended.Published on March 31, 2013 by Mark Lingane
This is a wonderful collection by four strong authors! Some magic, some sultry, some sigh-ful, even some edgy. I like the magic and edgy best. Read this!Published on March 15, 2013 by Marian Kent
This was an awesome book of short stories. I would definitely recomend reading it to all of my friends and family!Published on March 10, 2013 by ruthmsl
It was amazing how authoress Mandy Dawson developed three characters in the limits of the short story, "Home". After reading, I felt as if I knew Kat, Abby and Neil personally. Read morePublished on February 14, 2013 by T. Rold
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