It's time for another book review and I have to say this addition to the blog is helping me stay on track with my reading. I'm eating books up! :D I'm enjoying some more than others but so far, I've been able to give all but one, I think, four stars since I started being more dedicated in writing reviews on the books I read. Read on to see the review and the challenge responses for yesterday.
Review of "Runaway Wallflower" by Bianca Blythe
Runaway Wallflower by Bianca Blythe
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This was an interesting tale. The heroine has an interesting personality and drive. The hero has chosen an equally interesting career path. Considering the time period, I love how this was woven into the story. I've never read a historical romance about American colonials going back to England. The reactions of the /ton/ seemed to me to be spot on, as well as the way they perceived the outcome of the American Revolution. The interaction between the hero and heroine wasn't so unique but I think it was well done on the part of the author. Would I read it again and again? Probably not. But I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys reading about characters who go against the flow and reading historical romance. It was fun.
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Some books are harder to review than others. This one was a true flight of fancy, so to speak.
#writingthesenseschallenge Day 22: Sights Refined
This week calls for refining those details I put down into words last week. The picture is coming together and I want to make it the most vivid mind image I can. Details make the work, indeed! But how I write the details matters.
Zec hesitated too long and she offered, “If you’re feeling better now, there’s another place I like to go.” There was no request for him to continue, no urging to bare his soul.
As you can see, I made changes even after I made the header photo. LOL The editing continues...
#fantasywipjanuary Day 22 - Who is your favorite secondary character and why?
Now...they asked why Master Tor is my favorite secondary character. The Genzetti is integrity personified. He's faithful and loyal and he takes his jobs seriously. He's a man of his word. He's been hurt, broken-hearted, knocked down...and still doesn't give up. And because of all this, he's a beautiful person to me.
Melody Kittles writes fantasy fiction under the name Robin McElveen. She loves God, her family, the arts, a warm cup of coffee or tea, visiting friends, and collecting coffee & Pusheen items.
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