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Green Eyes & Satiny Ties by [Jay, Suzi]
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3.3 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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  • File Size: 352 KB
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  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004QOA14G
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #352,953 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Are you looking for a book where everything goes perfectly for the characters? Where the people talk to each other like they were doubles for Romeo and Juliet? Where reality is actually a land of make-believe? Well look no furthur this book has all of that and more! With painfully bad editing, a 'perfect' ending from a 'perfect' book full of 'perfect' main characters who say and do 'prefect' things for eachother, were all the rare pieces of drama that make the book a little interesting are mentioned with in a paragrah or two, where the word 'perfect' and 'hunni' are repeated so many times that they start to puncuate every sentence on every page. Yes this book is so 'perfect' thst you'll be reaching for you're sick bucket as you drag you're way through each page thinking 'oh well the author must be building up a suspense, maybe on the next page it'll reach a dramatic climax' oh sorry the only people who reach a climax are the main characters in their many tedious sex scenes.
The book was so boring that I continually day dreamed through entire chapters. The author could have done so much more with this book. For instance there was an angry and voilent ex-boyfriend of Niamhs who broke into her house in a drunken stupor, i would have liked to see more from him because that was the life of the book until her brother Steve threw him out and that was it. She filled it with irrelevant crap about what they do during work. Would you really want to read a book about how teachers spend there day during work? The planning, the preparation, the tiresome rehearsals...
This book was so boring I'm getting bored with this review-me dun!
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I was very disappointed by this book. Somewhere in there there was a good book however, unfortunately the story did not flow very well, the language was stunted and the editing very poor. I don't expect literary genius from a lesbian romance novel but at one point the wrong character was named as getting upset when the following paragraph referred to a different character and I just didn't find the language used by the characters real.

If you can skim past the mistakes the story can't seem to decide if it is a story of romance, friendship or suspense which, for me, left it disjointed.
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This is not a book that I perhaps would normally have gone for, but I was completely engrossed from beginning to end. I found myself really being able to identify with the characters and you really do feel like you know them.
The book was exceptionally well written, particularly for a first novel; and as a reader you are really drawn in.
I for one am really looking forward to reading what Suzi Jay has to offer in the future!
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After reading all the 5* ratings, I was looking forward to this book. Unfortunately I found it so predictable, I was actually thinking about my next read whilst reading it.
Very British style. Very British names. In amongst all this Britishness the modern way of spelling words phonetically is occasionally used and looked out of place, e.g. "hunni" and "cum". Every thought or feeling expressed is so 'magical', 'wonderful' or 'intense' for the main characters, even though they have only just met, that it made me want to yawn and reach for a bucket at the same time.
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Sorry, but both my partner and I (we read a lot of Lesbian fiction) agreed that this was by far the worst book we have ever read. The grammar, or lack of it in many places, was appalling to the point of being annoying. Sorry, but no comparison to the likes of Gerri Hill, Radclyffe, Jlee Meyer, Ronica Black, Gun Brooke .... Say no more.
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An excellent debut novel. The storyline is well thought out and very realistic. The characters are all very likeable and it's easy to identify with them as well as care for them and want to know what happens to them. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and found the story hard to put down as I wanted to know what was going to happen next. Am really looking forward to Suzi Jays next book!
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