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Posted September 10, 2013
In the spirit of full disclosure I received an ARC in exchange
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I enjoyed watching Ares and Aphrodite’s relationship strengthen. The story line with them in it was a nice addition. Addison and Adrian’s story was cute. I’m happy that he was there for her when she needed him the most. I noticed several small errors as I read, but they weren’t enough to completely draw me out of the story. Those who enjoyed Open House, will undoubtedly enjoy Finding Hope. The characters are life-like, the plots have many unexpected twists. The descriptions of Hera and Zeus were refreshing. Nothing like you’d expect.
Posted June 1, 2013
Open House: Pool Of Souls Book 1 I stumbled across this author o
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I stumbled across this author on Facebook & decided to give one of her books a go.
The book is a short read and is a fab light read. There are 2 stories going on within the book. There are a number of different POV’s in this book and I love how they are clearly defined, so there is no confusion as to whose POV you are reading from at any time.
The book starts off with ‘Ditee’ (Aphrodite) and Ares and their tug of war over Rebecca & Robert. For a short story the book is well written and doesn’t feel rushed in any way. The scenes are well described as are the characters and you can see them as you’re reading.
There are a few (coughs) scenes of a sexual nature, in the book and they are done really well. I love the way the relationship between Robert and Rebecca develops and as they have known each other since school the relationship progresses as it should. I love the shock that Robert gets, so didn’t see that coming hahaha.
There were quite a few goofy grin moments in the book, which is a feat in itself as I tend to not find funny books funny.
I haven’t given the book the full 5 stars as I have a huge bug bear with the lack of use of abbreviated words. I know this is a personal bug bare but the author switches from using them to not using them quite a bit at the beginning of the book.