The Choice: Weighted Letters

The Choice: Weighted Letters

by Audrey Burke-Moore

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ISBN-13: 9781496934277
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 08/27/2014
Pages: 244
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

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The Choice: Weighted Letters 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
AuthorsWebTVHost More than 1 year ago
The Choice: Weighted Letters was a very pleasant surprise. I expected to read two stories of romance, and got so much more. Burke-Moore understands dialogue and uses it well to tell her stories. The two stories in this book are very different, yet contain the same type of thoughtful and surprising twists and turns. There is nothing predictable about either of these stories and at the end of both, I was left with a mouth-open, oh-my-gosh, feeling of "I really didn't see that coming." This author has a wonderful ability to tell a story that captures you, surprises you, and yet makes you love each character for who they are. I can't wait to read the next in this series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Due to my penchant for love stories with a plot that exceeds the standard boy meets girl type, I picked this book up by reference from a co-worker. Within the pages were actually, to my surprise, two stories; both filled with overwhelming emotion and yearning. The characters in the novel are all well drawn, exceeding the limitations of the standard caricatures that plague this genre so densely. In the first story I immediately gravitated toward Keith because we paralleled in many ways. To watch his relationship with Cheryl was at times joyous and at others heartbreaking. It was difficult watching the trials that they both went through as life, just like for so many of us, got in the way of their relationship. It was a stellar coming of age story, and the sacrifices made by those involved just added to the depth of the plot. By the end I was highly invested in these characters, making it all the more bittersweet of an experience. The second story revolved around Austyn and his girl Kayla; two beautiful individuals that were seemingly perfect for each other. Due to a chance event though, issues arrived for Austyn that set in motion some very tricky decisions. I followed the story with an anxious heart because I didn’t want anything to go wrong between these two. Yet, again, the author brings gravity to the story and the situation becomes complicated in a manner that hits all too close to home. By the end I was again exhausted with an array of feeling for the characters and how it all turned out. I really do attribute this to the writing skill of this author and her obvious authority in this genre. She definitely knows how to interplay the characters with the plot and weave a progressive story line together: Something all too many authors are seemingly incapable of doing. In summation, if you’re looking for a stellar novel with two compelling stories of love, devotion, and heartache, then you can’t do better than this one. Now that I’ve completed it, I look forward to reading the next story from this very talented author.