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    Two stories ... two time frames ...... fused toget

    I am a member of the Choc Lit Tasting Panel, which means I am sent books to read without knowing who the author is nor the title of the book. Here is my original feedback on the book, with my original answers: * Did I enjoy / dislike the novel ? * A very surprising and enjoyable read indeed. To start with, there was a lot of "art" talk - which I didn't really understand, but this did not detract from the actual story. I was even more surprised that there were two wonderful and intriguing and enticing stories in one! Very cleverly written. Characters were easy to read and feel close to. Two very different time frames but expertly written that you felt a part of both eras. I REALLY ENJOYED IT ! * Does the novel contain sections from a male hero's point of view ? * Yes, indeed it does. There were in fact two. My favourite being Julian :) * Did I find the male hero irresistible ? * Yes I did. Julian was more suited to me irresistibly. Stef did have some cute moments though. *Would I like to see the book published ? * Yes, it was a lovely story. Very easy to read. *Value for money : would readers be satisfied ?* Yes, I think they would. They are getting two gripping stories in one, which you can get totally lost in. That doesn't happen very often! * My feedback and what I enjoyed the most* I enjoyed how both stories merged together and how it was written. It was easy to read. A real pleasure in fact. I was absorbed in both stories. Loved the Lorelei and Julian storyline most. Lissy and Stef's was very nice too. I was privileged to be a part of the team who helped get this published. Thank you Choc Lit and to Kirsty Ferry for writing this.
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    Very nearly a 5 star for me.

    Having read and enjoyed the previous 2 books in this series, I expected it to please and was not disappointed. Kirsty employs the flashback technique from present time to some time in the past, two romance stories running simultaneously, with similarities, but also with differences. In this one, the ‘past’ story is quite violent in places, with the obnoxious and thoroughly detestable abusive husband of the free spirit, Lorelei. I was a bit concerned that it would all end really badly, so I was kind of reading between my fingers (like watching a movie that you can’t resist but which is a bit teeth gritting) but I needn’t have worried. I think If I had known that before, I would have enjoyed the read better, but I am something of an odd duck. The ‘present’ story is about Lissy and her ex – Stefano, their fledgling relationship having been severely stamped on 7 years ago, but their lives have become linked again. All in all, an entertaining, and in places quite educational read, I can recommend quite happily to anyone who likes something a bit different. I really wanted to award four and half stars – it was so nearly a five.
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