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Romance Anthology #1 Paperback – October 10, 2012
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The storyline was interesting with some nice twists to the plot and the characters were likable and easy to care about what happened to them (except for the villain, of course he was thoroughly evil). The imagery was exceptionally well done and the vivid descriptions made it easy for me to immerse myself in the story. The writing kept the story moving at a good pace but the editing could definitely have used the services of a good proofreader. However the mistakes did not interrupt the flow of the story nor did they stop me from enjoying it. Overall, I found this story to be a very good read and I definitely recommend it.
ETERNAL LOVE was an all right read and the theme was that two soul mates would experience multiple lives together through time. The idea was pretty good but I couldn't keep track of the different couples; this was especially hard because the same names were used over and over again. I found trying to figure out who people were and where they were in history to be very distracting. There were really three separate stories that were connected by guardian ghosts whose business was to make sure that the different soul mates got together to live HEA.Read more ›
Jean and Graham MacDonald were grown children of a father who abandoned them when Jean was a teenager and her younger brother Graham was ten years old during a time when their mother was dying of an extremely painful disease. Her father left a loaded rifle with the mother so she could commit suicide, but he refused to do it nor would he stay until she died. Jean later was found with the rifle in her arms and her mother dead of a bullet wound. The local villagers assumed she killed her mother and the village took sides in judging her guilt. In the beginning of her life, Jean had been raised in a manor on a twenty-acre plot as gentry, but her father lost the property due to gambling and drink. As the years passed as orphans, Jean as a young woman ended up doing washing and other drudgery type work at the Laird's castle, supporting both her and Graham in a very insufficient manner. The experiences of these years forced Jean to develop a highly defensible personality and she would physically or orally fight at the drop of the hat.
She first met Alistair MacGregor, Laird of Glencarraigh when he appeared to bury her father's body on the manor premises. To stop him, Jean physically attacked and beat Alistar with a tree branch, broke his nose and blacked his eyes when he appeared with Maconald's body. When Alistar first actually was able to speak to Jean after his beating, he laid claim to the manor as his and took a room in the manor. Thus he and Jean and Graham were in constant communication. Graham, although usually subservient to Jean's orders, did help Alistair bury MacDonald on the premises next to her mother. Alistair could not believe that MacDonald was the man whom Jean described.Read more ›