No Ordinary Day

No Ordinary Day

by Polly Becks

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BN ID: 2940046435436
Publisher: Polly Becks
Publication date: 01/04/2015
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 631,901
File size: 616 KB

About the Author

Polly Becks is the bestselling author of the new Extraordinary Days series of books, and has been making her living with the written word for 20 years as a writer and also working as an editor, curriculum developer, and teaching secondary-school Spanish. She has more than 350 books to her credit, mostly educational materials, as well as professionally published fiction in both the adult and YA market in a variety of genres, plus more than 30 Children’s books. She is excited about exploring the digital literature frontier and is honored to be the launch series for GMLTJoseph, LLC. She has two (or three!) children, and may or may not like cats.

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No Ordinary Day 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a series of at least 8 books. Only 2 are available from B&N at the moment. The next seven follow the days of week poem, honoring the day on which a person is born. An example is, " MONDAY'S CHILD IS FAIR OF FACE." This book is well edited and very good. There is sex, a single damn, quite a bit of disaster related death, saddness and happiness. There is some acts of heroism, steamy yet not very detailed sex, past incidences of child abuse and an excellant story line. I really debated between three and four stars for this book. It does have a conclusion, but it is also a cliff hanger. Many threads were left untied and the next book must be purchased to find out what happened or happens. I decided on four, because this is a really good read even with it being unfinished. The reason I did not give it five stars is because near the conclusion the author has a three month later chapter of just a few pages, which felt very out of place, then the next chapter was eleven months later, which was even more awkward and out of place. I want to know about the revovery of the town and people, which was left out. It may be picked up in the next book, but it made the final parts of this book very choppy and incomplete. This book is part disaster and part romance, a book of endings, beginings and recovery. It is a work of fiction everyone can enjoy from ages 18 and up. I thought about 16 year olds reading this, but the sex is a little strong and I am a little old fashioned. Recommended. I will purchase the next book. If it is a cliff hanger, I will not purchase the rest of the series. AD
Bookfriend2 More than 1 year ago
Spectacular beginning of a new series that looks really promising! NO ORDINARY DAY has it all--romance, intrigue, heart-racing adventure and danger, history, mystery, all set in the beautiful Adirondack Mountains, a place I went once as a child and now long to go see again. The characters are brilliantly drawn, especially the hero and heroine, who are like none I've seen before. The romance and sex scenes are well drawn and have many more layers than those normally seen in romance novels. It's a real literary experience, and I could not put this book down once the action began. Can't wait for the next one. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great read! Didn't want it to end!
mybookfriends More than 1 year ago
Could not put this down. A keeper.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Intelligently written with well developed characters, an interesting plot, setting details that make you want to head off to the Adirondacks, and enough grit to make it all seem like a real life event. It's almost the Adirondack's answer to Cedar Cove with writing as captivating as that of Debbie Macomber.
RebaLynne More than 1 year ago
I want to go to Obergrande! Lucy, the heroine, is feisty. I hate romances where the heroine is sitting around waiting for her prince.She's got a life, and friends,and a job,all of which get disrupted by a series of events which are all too plausible. This one was hard to put down, and I can't wait for the next installment!