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Romance: High Heels in New York - Contemporary Romance (Fashion Series Book One) by [SCOTT, A.V.]
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3.2 out of 5 stars 156 customer reviews
Book 1 of 2 in Fashion Series (2 Book Series)
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About the Author

A.V. Scott was born in 1978 in Caguas, Puerto Rico and was raised in Brooklyn, New York. She is an online blogger, freelancer, Poet and ebook author. She is a member of the Florida Writers Association. She can be found on Facebook and Twitter, where she keeps readers up to date on her writing life.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2875 KB
  • Print Length: 366 pages
  • Publisher: A. V. SCOTT; 2 edition (26 Dec. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DG7W93K
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars 156 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #291,567 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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They do say of you can't say anything good don't say it, however this book was so bad if it prevents anyone else from wasting a day then I'm happy to say. The book is so badly written, in the first couple of chapters the main character is going to London for a break this is then mentioned again but this time it's Paris. Has a sprained ankle but dances for hours in a nightclub!!!! I thought I was reading a script from Sex and the City at one point. The ending is as ridiculous as the beginning. It may be free but it costs your time. Save it for something worth reading.
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This book baffled me, it seemed to have about 20 different stories but none if t he m really inter linked. It felt like the author kept changing her mind, first you have Mel who is engaged to Jonathon, she spots him having an affair after finding out she pregnant, she does the normal thing screams at him and leaves him, she gets run over (which turns out to be him) when she gets a splint for her leg she gets told she's pregnant, then all of a sudden it's not a baby but a tumour she gets it removed and is back home in a day, she gets her home broken in to, meanwhile she meets the same period she meets the same person 5 times in completely different circumstances, alongside this you have her friend who is an actress who`s sister(she finds out about during the book ) which happens to be the same person who had an affair with Jonathon who has adopted her daughter who needs a kidney transplant at the end of the book,,,, it's difficult to follow lots of people who only have a brief intro, I struggles through this book, glad it was a freebie, there is more mini random story line but I can remember then, "
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As the blurb suggests the book follows Melissa who loses her dream life when her supposed prince charming is really a thief who not only ruins her big day, but has been lying for years, and stole her money and her heart. However, our main protagonist picks herself up and decides to throw herself back into her dream of making and creating beautiful, perfect shoes. On the other side of the story, Angelina is an old and tired actress who is desperate to keep herself in the spotlight. However a family tree mistake and her best friend Melissa nearly losing her mind it’s all going to get a bit messy.

This review is going to be a little tough because there are lots of what I call wobbles. The first thing to note is the characters that are built, are both shallow and incredibly frustrating. They lack traits that make readers fall in love with them and although Melissa tries to push forward this strong, dutiful woman it feels vague and unbelievable. There’s just a lack of depth. The writing is also (really unfortunately) poor in it’s entirety. If you ignore the grammatical and spelling mistakes the consistency errors are awful. At one point we hear a lot about a character going to visit a city and all the places she wants to go. When we go to the city it’s a completely different one with completely different tourist hot-spots, not to mention a characters name changes entirely for a few chapters – SORRY WHUT!

As you might imagine this makes the plot difficult to pull together. Not only does the story jump all over the place but the sub-plots are a little confused and get muddled with the rest of the characters. It doesn’t feel consistent and it makes it difficult to keep a hold of the plot-line.
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I enjoyed this book, although it took me a while to figure out who everyone was and how they where connected to each other, but once I did enjoy erythema fell into place. The story was fab and I was quite disappointed when it ended. I quickly downloaded book number 2.

The only downside was there was quite a few errors in the book, spelling errors mainly but a few times the wrong characters name was there and then it went back to who the character was originally. Perhaps needs re-editting. But over all a good read
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I started off enjoying this book, though I had done well with this freebee. There were extra the & and words in sentences here & there where they did not belong, was rather annoying.

Spoilers: The police told one of the main characters her fiance had a car, she new nothing about it, yet several chapters later she instantly recognised the licence plate? A room was ransacked but the item they were looking for was not discovered, although it was in a shoe box in a cupboard full of shoes that had been ransacked? They would of found it. What guy would hide something in one of his wife's she box?

It did not explain how the main character all of a sudden declared she was the mother of a girl she really didn't like, no reference or hint that this girl was her daughter, or that she had any idea she was the mother to this person. A transplant was needed, she just said I will donate as I am her mum, bizarre & then no explanation.

The final chapter which I wont elaborate on, was not believable in any form from the first page. I am sure the writer thought it would be boring if the character just handed herself in but I ask you would anyone be that stupid & just walk out.

With a bit more thought & if the writer had read through the story before publishing, I am sure, she would of spotted the unbelievable story lines she was writing. This book could of been great, instead it wasn't at all believable.
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