AlinoraBy: Kara Lockley
Format: ePub Un-encrypted (DRM free)
Reader Review: The premise of the story was good, but coming to the ending of the story i felt as if it was rushed. The author did not allow for the story to evolve as i was not sure if the two main characters sloved the main conflict of " Will they as a couple work outside of Alinora?"
She had almost everything she ever wanted. Good friends, a nice house, a thriving career. The only thing missing was love. Until she started dreaming of a carefree romance every night. Her dreams were so vivid they made her doubt her sanity. Was too much time at the office forcing her stressed-out mind to create a retreat at night? Or were her dreams somehow... real?
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|Title of eBook: Alinora|
|Release Date: 09-06-2009|
|Publisher: (Indie Author)||Store Sales Rank: 446|
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Sod had already been installed. The lawn looked lush even in the darkness. The trees at the edge of it were thick, thin trunks, but some were twisted or gnarled. Creating a beautiful tangled look.
The land had been affordable because of those trees. She had bought land outside of town, in an area that no one wanted to build in. Not because it wasn't a beautiful place, but because no one wanted to have to cut down all the trees, and dig up the roots, just to build there.
But she hadn't minded. She liked the seclusion of the woods. After days spent mollycoddling clients and solving problems, she loved the solitude. She didn't even have neighbors. It was perfect.
Her friends and employees had wanted her to have a house warming party, but she'd declined. It seemed like a weird way to celebrate her seclusion. Inviting a bunch of people over.
She peeled off her jacket and left it on the couch. It was early spring. Soon it would be warm enough to go without a jacket, but not quite yet.
She kicked her shoes off and left them in the living room. As she walked down the hallway she took off her tiny earrings, her delicate bracelet and placed them in a clay bowl on her dresser in her bedroom....
Title: Alinora April 23, 2011 The premise of the story was good, but coming to the ending of the story i felt as if it was rushed. The author did not allow for the story to evolve as i was not sure if the two main characters sloved the main conflict of " Will they as a couple work outside of Alinora?"
Average Customer Review:
Number of Comments: 5 Rating(s) 3 Review(s)
Lacked a flowing ending
April 23, 2011
The premise of the story was good, but coming to the ending of the story i felt as if it was rushed. The author did not allow for the story to evolve as i was not sure if the two main characters sloved the main conflict of " Will they as a couple work outside of Alinora?"
April 11, 2011
Was good but short
Enticing well thought out read
March 27, 2011
Reviewer: A reader from New York, NY USA
It was a good book. Like so many readers I was guilty of kind of shaping the direction I thought the book would go in before I had even read the first word, so I was a little disappointed at first at how the story was developing and how very normal Caleb, the hero, was. I'm pretty cookie cutter in terms of loving the hero to be an alpha, and God bless Caleb but he was no alpha. The blushes and the awkward running away, he was a bit too sensitive for me.
Lily, the heroine, was a very classy lady. Driven, she knew her own mind and she went after what she wanted. I liked her.
The premise of the book is that Lily meets Caleb in this dream world and it progresses from there. The other did a good job of wrapping the book up and connecting all the dots and providing a satisfactory conclusion. Having said that, parts of it were not riveting and I found myself having to push to keep reading. It didn't have a ton of invigorating conversation and sex driving it forward. The passion between the two leads was sweet if anything. Romantic. It was definitely an excellent read, but it requires some commitment on the end of the reader to finish it in one sitting.
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