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- File Size: 1773 KB
- Print Length: 158 pages
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0742PJPGL
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- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #755,047 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Seven Days with You Kindle Edition
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Caution: Possible spoilers; although I do my best to avoid any.
Hugo Driscoll is new to me, but after reading Seven Days With You, I consider him an Author with great promise. This was another difficult review. The first third of the book, I was fretting about the need to post a three star review. This book needs an intensive edit, but I'm under the impression that was done after I received my copy. The other reason is that the first third of the story is fluff. Nothing out of the norm really happens. We like books with tension, and all relationships have that, but in the beginning, it's lacking. Then somewhere between the first third to halfway point, the pace picks up, and tension makes a slow rise that remains consistent throughout the rest of the story.
So what changed my mind on the review itself? There were two reasons. The first is above. Once the tension starts, the Author maintains and increases it beautifully. The second and main reason was Hugo Driscoll's ability to slam the emotion onto the page in a way I haven't seen often. Granted, the storyline requires it, but a lot of authors still drop the ball in this area. Hugo Driscoll made me weep, and I rarely cry from reading a book.
The characters are realistic and interesting.
Our Heroine, Sophia, is an intelligent bookworm from a well to do family. She loves animals and even though she's from a wealthy family, realizes that a person's value is not based on their bank account. She's strong willed, and handles herself with confidence.
Sean is our main character. He's a farmboy who lost his Mother when he was a small child. He takes his work on the farm seriously, but has low self-esteem. Of course, our heroine wouldn't be much of a heroine if she didn't change all that. He learns a lot, and becomes a strong young man, his work ethic catapulting him forward.
I won't venture into the storyline, but will say that I believe this book is worth reading. There's a little bit of sex, but it's not inappropriate or over the top, and no violence. This is an intense storyline however, which is something to keep in mind.
It's a charming piece of fiction that I truly recommend you take the time to read.