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A Time for Change Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B005M1OQJS
- Language : English
- File size : 395 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 106 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 855,225 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I think it just shows that she's a writer of many talents. She can do evil people and kick-ass detectives, but she can also do nice romantic stories that will make you go all wooobbly inside. Apart from the bits where I could easily hear myself scream in my head "Come on, kick the Bisturd" and "My goodness girl, what are you waiting for? Kiss him already!" It was a nice change in between zombie books :)
Really, the lovers of Romance books would like it. I just hope they don't like it so much that they end up pressuring Mel in writing just that... That's what I'm worried about...
Tell you what though, it has completely put me off going on a cruise ! Beany hair mask anyone !!??
The story was a pleasant read and I wanted to be on the trip with Danielle, she seemed like she was having a great time on her own.
It was pretty predictable girl with wrong man who is a bully bad abd bad tempered, meets right man who has a secret, follows girl on holiday girl give him a hard time but it all works out ok in the end.
It a good quick read.
Without the reference to a kindle, the book was a time warp from its story line to its character development. I won't even begin to voice my opinion on the depiction of the Asains on the ship ('You like, missy' really???)
I've never been compelled to write a review before. Waste of time and money - don't bother.
Rated it 1 only because 0 is not an option.
Thought Danielle was a great character. Independent, hardworking and a successful Interior designer.
Her choice of men however, not so good. Dean is her current boyfriend. He’s a mommy’s boy, so very spoilt. He needs a lesson on how to treat a lady though!
Danielle’s parents pay for her to go on a cruise. She is ecstatic to be going away, after working so many hours with her job.
The cruise sounds so exciting, and Danielle soon makes friends with other holiday makers.
You never know what can happen on holiday!
Lovely ending and will now read another.
Oddly, the beginning too many of us can relate to. It touches a raw nerve, and you are so completely on Danielle's side when she meets Scott and finally has the urge to dump her awful awful boyfriend.
I gobbled this book up in a matter of hours. I laughed a lot while reading it. The dialogue is so realistic, and the metaphors and writing style were delightful to read.
It is full of mystery and twists and turns - which again made me really enjoy this book. This book has to be the perfect holiday read!
Scott is delightful, Dean is a a donkey's rear end, and Danielle is a glorious independent woman you'll relate to. The characters were alive, real, tangible, and you are swept up in their moments with them.
Definitely five out of five stars