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Amazing short and quick read! Jun 28, Maggie rated it it was amazing. Have to say this short read was exquisite, from the storyline to the editing. Gotta appreciate love -- and trust -- at first sight! The evocative descriptions, the emotions engendered became precious to me, and I inhaled the tale. All taking place in my two favorite places to be: my old haunt of Heavenly Valley in Tahoe and my former, fondly missed homeland of I'd never read a Bella Andre book, but after Kristan Higgins recommended her, I decided to try this novella on Colbie and Noah.
All taking place in my two favorite places to be: my old haunt of Heavenly Valley in Tahoe and my former, fondly missed homeland of Seattle. Now on to some of Ms Bella's other books. I think I hear the Sullivans calling Apr 04, Christa rated it did not like it. I guess I don't understand the appeal of this genre. Trying to understand, but perplexed by this bubblegum almost-story there is no third act written as if by a 12 year old girl who daydreams about love at first sight and has seen an R rated love scene, but just can't bring herself to type "penis.
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Jun 12, Dali rated it liked it. Totally sweet and corny.
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There were several things I didn't like about this, starting with the fact that it was so short.
There wasn't enough time to develop the characters so that I could get on board with their relationship. I'm all for love at first sight stories, provided they're realistic.lilcasubtchee.ga
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But this was more like two people who are physically attracted to each other and then spend the day skiing only to both be so gaga that they can't function well for the week they are apart. Except, 2.
Except, um, I didn't really know either of them well enough to think that this could have happened or maybe even that it was SO against their usual thing it was fated. Or whatever. Yeah, this lack of real defined thought about the review? It is on par with what I felt reading. As a result, when I came across dialogue or exposition that was borderline cheesy, it became just that instead of perfect.
Romantic language and all the sumptuous description in the world can feel like it's cheesy romance for the sake of it instead of a way to embellish a good story. Here, there was so little connection to the characters, the language didn't always serve its purpose well. Then there was the fact that Noah is, apparently, rich. Because he needed something else to make him awesome, of course.
Colbie asks if she should know him and he implies she should, but then brushes it off by not actually, you know, telling her who he is. Now, if this was something I'd have learned in the Sullivan series, I'd have been okay with that, I guess. But this story isn't even part of that series, technically! I'd have marketed it as a short story that's part of the series. Hell, I'd have written it that way. I'd have made it so that Colbie and Noah became part of the fabric of the series to which they are obviously loosely connected.
All in all, the entire thing felt rushed and everything suffered for it: the plot, the language and especially the characters. And anyone who reads my reviews knows that if the characters are great, the story can suck basketballs and I'd probably still like it. I wanted to like this more than I did.