So you write a book, you are proud of it because it took you like months to finally have that final product. Then it goes live and you get a one star. REALLY! REALLY!
I read plenty of books and give plenty of reviews. In all honesty the lowest rate I have given is two.
But the one star? they are like it was a good story but let’s give it a one star. Seriously!!

Anyway I would like to share reviews of my books His Love and Rebel’s Own. Grab a copy for the holidays Amazon

Rebel’s Own
By Denise Gardner
Format:Kindle Edition|Amazon Verified Purchase
Awesome book, I’m now hooked on this author and will be looking for and reading all of her books. Please keep writing;)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic! December 9, 2013
By Trishy
Format:Kindle Edition|Amazon Verified Purchase
I really loved this book! Actually I love this author lol. Was a really good read with a great HEA. I dont usually write reviews and apologies in advance but I dont and cant tell you what happens because I want you to read and judge for yourself. Glad I preordered this book because I could not wait to read it. Ryan, you ended up being my hero lol

His Love
5.0 out of 5 stars well done December 3, 2013
By Mrs. S. J. Imhoff
Format:Kindle Edition|Amazon Verified Purchase
Thank you for writing an IR where the woman was strong, loving and compassionate. This is a great short read with passion and real things that go on in families and life. Alexandria is a beautifully written character. This was great to read.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Exsalent November 29, 2013
By By Elinor Felix.
Format:Kindle Edition|Amazon Verified Purchase
Loved the book,but I would of liked to have kept reading more of this story.don’t like short story’s to much.

Here is a two star.
2.0 out of 5 stars Everything Happens Too Fast… December 6, 2013
By Mstcat
Format:Kindle Edition
His Love is the story of a wealthy, handsome man name Antonio Burke who has a heart of ice when it comes to his young daughter. As noted in the blurb, his wife died in childbirth and he can’t forget or forgive that. He’s hired a nanny in Rayne Matthews. Rayne is young woman who has lost everything and everyone and she needs this job and the fresh start that it can give her.

I despised the character of Antonio so terribly. I loathed him. He was a horrible, selfish individual. Honestly I don’t see how any woman could fall in love with this man. Really. I don’t see how Rayne fell in love with this jerk. It wasn’t explained. The way he treats his daughter is detestable and I think cruel. The relationship between the two characters moves along at the speed of light. They (Antonio and Rayne) bicker a couple of times and the next thing you know they’re going at it. Ummm….what?? Did I miss something? Before you know it (within a week) he’s confessing his love. And here lies the problem. This book jumps. It takes mighty leaps and bounds over what should have been pages of story. Things happen, like their love for one another, that make no sense. Where did these feelings come from? How the heck is she in love with this guy? Why is he suddenly in love with her? His family is just as confusing.

The Bottom Line: When I started this book I was so disgusted by this jerk that I thought there would be some great storytelling to redeem his butt somehow. I wasn’t sure how she was going to pull it off, so I was very interested to see the story play itself out. Unfortunately that never happened and I was disappointed. This book was far too rushed in my opinion. There really isn’t much more to say. His Love had the potential to be a good story, but I felt like a lot of it was on fast-forward

Thank you guys for the comments. I actually write them down and take them in account for projects that I am working on. 5 STARS TO MY READERS.



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