by Kimberly Ann Miller



Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781937053369
Publisher: Spencer Hill Press
Publication date: 06/18/2013
Series: Triangles Series , #1
Pages: 216
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range: 14 - 18 Years

About the Author

Kimberly Miller received Bachelor's degrees from Georgian Court University and Rutgers University and a Master's degree from The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. She is an avid reader and particularly enjoys true crime and young adult novels. She grew up in New Jersey and currently resides in Monmouth County with her husband and three cats. When not writing, she loves to travel to sunny islands where she snorkels by day and stargazes by night.

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Triangles 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really gotten into the story. I love Autumn's characters and rest of them. I would recommend this book to anyone that wants something different and talk about a fun trip.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book! A little dramatic but makes you think!
TylerHJolley More than 1 year ago
Triangles is YA-NC paranormal romance. I was very excited to read this book because it was about the Bermuda Triangle. Autumn is damaged to say the least. Her mom is in a coma, her dad died a few years ago and she’s being raised by her 21 year old sister. She feels like her dad’s death and mom’s current condition are her fault. With all she has going on, she’s pretty moody. Her bad attitude bothered some reviewers, but not me. Obviously she wouldn’t be a sweet, happy-go-lucky teen and it made the storyline more believable.  As the blurb states, she starts waking up every day in a new reality. I could not put the book down once that started, and couldn't wait to see what the next day would bring. It was so interesting and fast paced. It was a unique and exciting way to learn about each character. Since Autumn is the only person aware that every day is different it gives her a much needed chance to do some self-reflection.  Make no mistake, romance is a large part of the book. In fact, Triangles, is a very clever name for the book because there’s a love triangle is a major part of the story line. This was a quick read (under 200 pages) and the writing was fantastic. Miller does an amazing job of keeping you engaged and waiting to see what comes next..
Teelovesgio More than 1 year ago
Great Read! Triangles lord where to start on this review. I have no idea because I loved it and I hated it all in one. Lord I have never ever had such a mixed up jumbled up feelings for a book like I do with this one. If you have ever read about the Bermuda Triangle then you will love this book because Autumn is a 17 year old girl who goes out on a trip with her sister and on that trip some weird things start to happen to her and when she goes to the ship doctor he tells her it is alternate realities. Okay so what does she do from there? The hate comes in with Autumn. Lord I have never ever met a character that drove me nuts like she did. One minute she was hot and the next she was cold. Then lord don't get me started on her love life. She has two guys vying for her and one is yes a bad boy and the other is a good guy but she is not sure who she will chose and that drives me batty when you lead one on for the other.  So the love comes in in the fact that this story really did end up being PHENOMENAL for me. I love these weird stories that have everything from crazy to non crazy to just everything in between. That to me makes the story and I will be reading more from Kimberly. Give this book a go because I think you just might like it!
Isabella67 More than 1 year ago
Triangles is a great summer read complete with a cruise, hot guys and the Bermuda Triangle!  The main character seems like she's self centered, but once she faces her alternate "realities" you can see her insecurities and they help her to grow and change.  I really enjoyed reading it:)
Crazy_Book_Lady More than 1 year ago
Kimberly Ann Miller's amazing story is of a girl who wakes up in alternate realities each day she spends in the Bermuda Triangle. It's sort of like a teen romance version of Groundhog Day, and it will make you both cry and laugh out loud. I LOVED this book from the moment it first arrived here at Spencer Hill Press. The main character starts out so selfish and mean, but she grows and changes through the story.
alyssama121 More than 1 year ago
Triangles had an interesting premise — Autumn goes on a cruise to Bermuda, the Bermuda Triangle ends up doing some wacky stuff and she wakes up in a new life every day. For someone who’s currently ungrateful for her life and complains constantly, it’s a nice lesson that things can be worse. I think the idea is great, but the execution lacked for me. The first problem is that Autumn is incredibly unlikeable. She has absolutely no redeeming characteristics through the first half of the book, and I get she’s coming from a difficult place, but I needed something to make me root for her. A kind moment, some hesitation or regret after she did or said something awful, anything, to make me want to root for her. I think having a character dealing with such a difficult situation is a good idea, but maybe not make her point of view be the main one if she’s going to be this irritating? I don’t know what could have solved this problem for me, but I just couldn’t connect with her, which made it difficult to connect with the book in general. My second problem is that the plot was kind of random. The twists that occur don’t make very much sense overall, especially with how the characters react. That’s another problem. The characters are very much lacking in complexity. They don’t feel natural or organic, but are forced into strict roles to serve the interest of the author’s idea of the plot rather than reacting based on their traits and personalities, if that makes any sense. If you make it to the end, it does start getting better during the second half. Autumn starts turning into a decent human, so you don’t have to deal with her being so awful. I do wish that the Bermuda stuff was explored more, especially with the mysterious woman also trapped in the spell, but it at least had a nice resolution to wrap everything up. This wasn’t really my kind of book, unfortunately. If you can look past a whiny main character, this might hold more interest for you, but I had a difficult time connecting.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought it had a lot of potential but I ended up being bored with it. I get the whole "twilight zone-karma-this could be your life" but it was just meh too predictable.
Brooke-The-Cover-Contessa More than 1 year ago
I would like to thank Spencer Hill Press for sending me an ARC of this book to read and give an honest review. Receiving this book for free has in no way influenced my review. Blurb from Goodreads: A cruise ship. A beautiful island. Two sexy guys. What could possibly go wrong?  In the Bermuda Triangle—a lot. Hoping to leave behind the reminders of her crappy life--her father's death years ago, her mother's medical problems, and the loser who’s practically stalking her--seventeen-year-old Autumn Taylor hops on a ship with her sister for a little distraction. When she wakes up in the Bermuda Triangle, she fears she's gone nuts for more than one reason: that loser’s suddenly claiming they're a happy couple... a hot guy is wrapping his arms around her and saying "Happy Anniversary"... and suddenly, she’s full of bruises, losing her hair, and getting IV medication. Autumn visits the ship's doctor, hoping for a pill or a shot to make the craziness go away. Instead, she's warned that these "alternate realities" could become permanent. She just has to ask herself one question—how the hell is she going to get out of this mess? When I first read the blurb for this book, I thought, Bermuda Triangle, well that surely could prove to give an interesting story! And a love triangle to boot. Sounds good to me. I’m not usually one for contemporary books, but I thought I would give this one a try! And the fact that it had some kind of paranormal/sci fi element really got my juices flowing. I really like the cover of this book. I have to say at first I didn't understand it. But once I read the book, I got the whole Triangles thing: Bermuda Triangle, love triangle, life triangle. It all kind of fit. I really love the colors on the cover, as well. They blend so well. It's quite pretty! What can I say about the main character Autumn. Unfortunately, I found her annoying and whiny and just a bit over the top. She treats everyone except her best friend like they are beneath her, including her own sister.I had a hard time connecting with her. I'm not sure if it's because she's a true teenager and I am so far removed from my teens, or if it's just because she's not who I expected her to be. I could tell that the reader was meant to feel sorry for her, that she has had a hard life and we should understand these flaws in her personality. And that much of this revolved around death, which is hard for anyone, especially a teen, to cope with. Joey seems like the typical obsessed teen. He wants to be with Autumn and goes to great lengths to show her. But she continuously fights him off. I honestly don't blame her as he kind of had a stalkerish quality to him. But at the same time, I think Joey just wanted to be loved and appreciated and was trying to be sweet, in an ove-rextreme kind of way. Marcus just came off as cocky to me. He really had a big head on his shoulders and wasn't afraid to go after what he wanted at any cost. Sometimes I wanted to smack him in his face. Yet Autumn is very attracted to him, constantly telling us how good looking he is. And Autumn's sister, well, she just seems stressed. She's had this teenager thrust upon her and now she has to act like a mother at such an early age. I felt sorry for her and wanted her to be able to have some kind of life. She had to give up so much for her family. The characters were bit underdeveloped for me. I would have liked to see all of them grow a little more during the book. Each character is laid out to an extreme of a personality, so having a change would not have been unheard of. But I only really saw Autumn change, not surprising since this really was her story. I was thankful for her turn around in the end for sure. I enjoyed the sci-fi aspect of the book. The way Miller wove the Bermuda Triangle mythology in was an interesting twist. I liked how it kind of had this time warp feel to it, that things are never what they truly seem to be, that reality might not be as we know it. It kind of reminded me a bit of the movie Ground Hog's Day where Bill Murray's character experiences the same day over and over again, each time trying to adapt and change things to make them turn out different. Only in Triangles it was not the character in control of adapting, it was the magical aspects of the Triangle that were twisting the plot line. There is some redundancy in the book that made me want to put it down and not continue at times. However, I did continue on because I was invested in seeing what the end of the book brought; how the author wrapped things up into a tidy package. I was praying for a happily ever after, and, in the end, I did get that, which was nice closure. Overall, I liked the story that this book told and would recommend it to anyone who would like a short contemporary read with a bit of a magical/paranormal/sci-fi twist!