- File Size: 2916 KB
- Print Length: 129 pages
- Publisher: Kindle Worlds (March 1, 2016)
- Publication Date: March 1, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01CFAX50E
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,116,276 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Remingtons: Give In to Love (Kindle Worlds Novella) Kindle Edition
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In her first contemporary romance novel, Natasha Brown hit her mark straight on.
With extremely well written characters, a very unique plot, and an ability to transport the reader to the remote villages of Honduras, the author had me so into her book that I read it straight through (with only a break to take out my dog).
I loved how she took the initial premise of Sage and Kate's Hydration Through Creation to create her main character Miles as their employee who clearly likes to work on his own and do things his way. He clearly is not looking forward to the arrival of Kara, who has researched and written about the use of bamboo to create better living environments for the poorest countries. She will only be in Honduras for 6 days and Miles would rather it be 6 hours. He is filled with all kinds of stereotypes and preconceived notions about Kara even before she arrives. Some of them are developed on the ride to their first village as she is not a traveler and is very much a homebody and is not too happy with the fact that the area she is in and going to isn't very safe.
In a short period of time, Kara easily wi s over the villagers, much to Miles surprise (and a bit of dismay). And she continues to do so. And slowly she is opening Miles up to accepting help, kindly providing help and realizing that as a team they could go far in aiding the villagers.
Natasha has written a profoundly moving novel. The ideology she covers and has clearly researched, the area and location in which she bases her novel, and her ability to provide realism in all aspects of her novel beings the reader to the heart of Honduras and into the lives of Miles and Kara as well as the villagers. She brings hope not just to them but to the reader that this may actually be a realistic possibility that could benefit so many.
A truly definite must read for any reader, male or female. This is one of those novels that not reading would be a loss to the reader.
If you read and enjoyed Stroke of Love (Sage & Kate) then you will love this book.
Kara Mason rarely steps out of her house, let alone state, or country...but she finds herself in Honduras. Her boss at United Rainforest Fund, Jim, has sent her out in the field, as her research into the uses of bamboo has lead to the URF considering to undertake a project, working alongside the clean water project, being run by Sage Remington's 'Hydration Through Creation'.
She is due to meet up with Miles Sharp (an employee of Sage's) and is met by a scruffy, dirty, driver who only speaks Spanish...or so she thinks...
It turns out the driver is Miles Sharp, and he has taken an instant dislike to her, presuming things without actually knowing the truth. When they get a flat tire, they have to walk in the rain and Miles is irritated by Kara wanting her large suitcase. But his first impressions of her being a spoilt high maintenance female soon wear off, when he sees what she takes out of her suitcase, and how she reacts with the children and other villagers.
This is a fab read, and although only ten chapters, Natasha has managed to bring such depth of character, it's outstanding. She must have done a VAST amount of research, and the information, plus the descriptions of the villages, makes you feel as if you are there.
I was totally immersed in the storyline and the romance, and even had a little blub at one point.
This book, even though it's a novella, conveyed as much feeling as Melissa's full novel, Stroke of Love. And in my book, that is a hard thing to do.
Excellent writing Natasha. A big fat 5 stars - I'd give it 10 if I could!
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This is the first novel by Natasha Brown, that I have read.. I will definitely read more from her..Read more