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Posted May 7, 2013
Emma by Debbie Brown is an interesting Science Fiction/Fantasy. Follow ER nurse, Emma,on a journey as her life changes in the blink of an eye. Emma is faced with her past,fate,yes and her destiny. Filled with hope,drama,dreams and romance. The characters are engaging,the plot intriguing and magical. If you enjoy science fiction,fantasy,and a wonderful imagination you will enjoy "Emma". It was an unexpected read filled with enjoyment,although, Emma does have her trial and error moments. Being a nurse myself I enjoyed "Emma" and the what if scenario.
An enjoyable read! Received for an honest review from the publisher.
HEAT RATING: MILD
REVIEWED BY: AprilR, (Courtesy of My Book Addiction and More)
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Posted December 28, 2013
Emma, to Begin Again by Debbie Brown caught my attention with the blurb. I enjoyed the story very much in the beginning. Emma and Dthau Mahaz were fun to read about. Their relationship was believable, and I found myself rooting for them. One thing that didn't add up was that Dthau Mahaz told Emma that if he was ever found by his people he would have to re-join them again. There would be no choice. He also told her that they would never find him so there was no reason to worry. As a reader, you know as soon as a character says something like that, it's bound to happen. What Dthau Mahaz didn't tell Emma was he was micro-chipped, not once, but twice. Of course his people will find him! So, that made me wonder about him. Otherwise, I really liked the story. There was something very attractive about their relationship and their interactions with one another. It made for a pleasant read until the end. Endings make or break books for me, and I wasn't happy with this ending at all. That couldn't be it. There had to be more. So, I tried to find out if there were more books. I don't know if this is part of a series per say, but I found out that there are more books out there, but what I read in the blurb of one of them really disappointed me. It seems like this was just a prequel to a story that was already going on. I wish I knew that ahead of time, as I grew attached to these characters. Emma, to Begin Again was different and creative, so I imagine I wouldn't have been quite so upset had I read Amethyst Eyes first.
Emma, to Begin Again by Debbie Brown was provided to me by GMTA Publishing for review. The opinions are my own.
Posted November 14, 2013
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