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Flashback: A Low Country Novel Paperback – 25 Apr 2007


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Plastic Fantastic Lover 18 Aug 2007
By Floyd M. Orr - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
D. A. Welch unleashes her first novel on an unsuspecting public. Flashback emphasizes the luxuriously humid lifestyles of the not so rich and famous living on the coastline and barrier islands of South Carolina. If the characters have any foibles, it is their plastic, Barbie-and-Ken, Porsche-piloting Yuppieness. The men are ex-Navy SEALS who work under contract with the FBI and the U.S. military, and the women glide silently through their foo-foo symphonic and artistic professions as if everyone they know enjoys the idol luxury of jobs they enjoy. Fortunately for the readers, these fantasy characters and formulaic subplots are the only negative issues waiting to be uncovered in Flashback. Ms. Welch has created a nice, light story in which many beachfront vacationers will surely wallow, especially those who enjoy a feminine fantasy.

From the lovely cover capturing the essence of The Low Country to the delicate descriptions of the island weather conditions, Flashback delivers on its promise. The storyline is a modern, romantic adventure punctuated by just enough steamy sex to keep things interesting. There are a few typos, but they are of a distinctly minimalist nature. You might find the compositional style a little too ordinary, too, but this is preferable to the overuse of conceits in which many new authors indulge. Flashback barely misses five stars, and it is certainly a fine, professionally executed first effort. Ms. Welch is to be commended for accurately writing the subject matter she knows, rather than stumbling off the deep end of the pier of artistic overextension.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Adventure, romance, suspense a Carolina classic 6 Jun 2007
By Bruce G. Sauers - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
D.A Welch has produced the perfect novel. It's fast paced, full of suspense and the characters and locations are perfect...I can't wait for the second book and the movie!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A Novel like this is why I love to read 17 July 2007
By Susiq2/Linda Sedlak - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Author Deb Welch tells a story that pulls the reader into a world where good people find love, adventure, treachery, and the promise of a happily ever after. Nate, a Navy Seal, returns home from his last assignment to meet Eve, an artist, who is visiting Nate's father. Nate is immediately drawn to Eve, even thinking that he has found love at first sight. Eve is skittish, and turns down Nate's offer of a dinner date. Eve soon finds out that Navy Seals do not take "no" as a definite answer! Nate's pursuit of Eve, and his steadfast manner soon breaks down Eve's reluctance and Nate discovers that Eve is recovering from a recent violent relationship. As Nate's and Eve's relationship grows, the previous boyfriend returns with a vengeance, and Nate becomes Eve's protector. Soon Nate is calling for assistance from other seals, and the F.B.I. becomes involved as Nate realizes that Eve is in very real danger from a lot more than a violent rapist. Nate, his fellow seals, and the F.B.I. find themselves pitted against a religious white supremest group that will stop at nothing to keep Nate from exposing their illegal activities. I Highly recommend this wonderful story, and I am hoping for a sequel!!
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Fantastic book with great characters, plot and imagery, BUT... 15 Dec 2008
By S. Schlumberger - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This book was a GREAT read! I couldn't put it down actually...however, I could not give it 5 stars because there were SO many typos and grammatical errors that I just couldn't believe the book made it to publishing. Did I have a bad copy? Is that even possible? ...they went so far as to misspell the main characters name wrong at the very end of the book [Eve(N)] I was thinking, hm, don't remember that character, duh.

It really does take something away from what would be a great book and that's really too bad.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Loved my visit and escape to the low country 27 July 2007
By Jean/Bill - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Excellent pacing and energetic plot kept me truly engaged in D A Welch's novel. Her descriptive phrases and vivid imagery took me right back to the heart of the low country. What a great trip. I became so invested in the lives of Nate, Eve, Devon, and Katie that I didn't want the novel to end. Will be looking for a sequel.
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