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Saving Forever - Part 1: A Romantic Love Story by [Timms, Lexy]
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About the Author

https://www.facebook.com/SavingForever *Please feel free to connect with me and share your comments. I love connecting with my readers.* Dealing in Antique Jewelry and her awesome three kids, Lexy Timms loves writing in her free time. Saving Forever is a 3-part series dipping into the lives of Charity Thompson and Dr. Elijah Bennett. all she can say is... "there is more to come!"

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  • File Size: 4510 KB
  • Print Length: 170 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Dark Shadow Publishing (February 19, 2014)
  • Publication Date: February 19, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HBX7DD6
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,608 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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like a couple of other reviews mention I hate having to buy 3 "books" to read one story that could easily have been one really good book. As much as I would love to see how this ends it feels like there will always be one more part to buy so I think I will have to stop here.
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I like the story. That being said just because you can self publish does not mean you shouldn't edit your books or get an editor. The mistakes in these books are very distracting. Also this story could have been told in 1 book or at the most 2 . I cannot stand when they stop the story just so I have to buy another book. After I invested in the story that is not fair.
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I really enjoyed the start to this story, but was shocked with the editing of this book. By page 7 I was about to put the book down. I couldn't believe all of the errors. Spelling, grammar, misused words, missing words and additional words were all abundantly clear throughout the book. Thankfully the storyline made up for the mistakes, especially since this was a free book. I'll probably buy the next part of the story, but if the editing is as poor in the second part as it was in this part, it won't matter how good the story is, I won't be buying part 3.
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I am really really beginning to detest these authors who write these little snippets of a story and call them series so you keep buying the series that actually equal only 1 book. Well that snippet better be darn good and this one wasn't. Girl gets jilted - boo hoo. Now 5 years later she is going to fall for the same guy again b/c she has no back-bone. Seriously, why would I want to buy the remaining series? Your call on if you want to take a stab at it, but I'm not falling for the hype b/c the first snippet wasn't worth it.
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This was literally one of the most ridiculous books that I've ever tried to read. There were so many issues that I didn't even manage to finish it.

First off, only the first 55% of the book IS ACTUALLY THE BOOK. Then there is a 4-chapter preview of Part 2. Then there's a 4-chapter preview of some other book by the author. REALLY? HALF of the book I paid for is the actual book? I'm already not a huge fan of serials, but I can live with them, and I took a chance on this one. But the author REALLy disappointed me with this one. This 170-page book is actually more like 90 pages, plus excerpts.

I found the writing extremely difficult to read. I can forgive a few typos, but the author should have hired a copy editor, a proofreader, or just a regular developmental editor. The sentence structure was odd enough in a few places that I struggled to actually understand what I was reading. The dialogue was stunted and unnatural. The doctors, who should be educated, spoke like teenagers.

Not a single character has personality. The heroine, Charity, bored me to tears. The hero, Elijah, wasn't the least bit interesting (Oh, I'm sorry! He has an accent! All is forgiven!). I couldn't find it in myself to care a bit about a single character. In fact, I wanted to hit Charity upside the head the first time she talks to Elijah over the phone. She says, "Hi, Elijah. I'm Charity." And then she berates herself for flirting. Honey, that is not flirting. That is called basic manners.

It felt like the author watched a couple seasons of Grey's Anatomy and then decided she wanted to write a book set in a hospital with hot doctors. And then she didn't research a single thing. A nurse calls Elijah's tattoo a "medical symbol.
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It's a free book so I can live with a few typos or grammatical errors. I even understand that most cases it is the first book in a series and the other (normally 2) books will cost you something. I'm not being greedy and understand the authors need to make money. But be warned this isn't even a full book it on one book made into 3 parts! Waste of time! I would even consider .99 for the second "part" but someone is crazy if they think 136 pages of typos is worth 3.99.
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These are characters you've encountered before. They don't quite make it beyond two dimensional. That the main character is a fund raiser for hospitals, who's name is Charity is too cute. Even though fund raising for a good cause, I was put off by how easy she makes it look (it's not in my experience) and how much money she spends to make money. As others have noted, editing is sloppy, which I find both annoying and insulting. Thankfully, this first fragment was free. While Amazon says its 170 pages, it took about 2 hours to read, which feels like a novella to me. As stated, this is Part 1. It ends on a cliffhanger. The next part is $4. For one, I shall spend it elsewhere.
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After losing her mother suddenly to cancer, Charity Thompson quit medical school to concentrate on fundraising for hospitals like the one that tried to help her mom. This did not help her already rocky relationship with her father, a successful and well-respected doctor himself. Even knowing this would drive another wedge between them, Charity had to follow her heart. Despite their differences, she could not say no when her Dad asked for her help in planning a hospital gala fundraiser in honor of his sixty-fifth birthday. Juggling a new assignment in a different city, Charity had a juggling act to perform and was unprepared when the Chief Surgeon at her father’s hospital suddenly became more than another set of helping hands. And what would her father say?

This is the first in a four-part serial romance that is short but satisfyingly sweet. The loss of her mother, the strained relationship with her father and the budding romance between her and the resident Chief was told in a comfortable, conversational writing style. I couldn’t help but feel for Charity as she struggled with the career choice she made while still seeking her Dad’s approval. Despite her success in her new career choice, she still felt the sting of his disapproval. Being attracted to her Dad’s colleague brought another dimension to an already complicated situation. Could she risk a relationship with another doctor – one whose schedule was as busy – if not busier – than her own father’s? Hearing about his many romantic exploits at the hospital didn’t help either. An interesting end to part one has a medical emergency butting into their romantic evening. Am looking forward to the next in the series!
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