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Life & Love (book #1)

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A Collection of Short Stories of Life and Love.

The Silver Lining
In the End
Just Desserts
Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder
A True Friend
The Silent Type
Kindle Edition, 32 pages
Published July 1st 2012 by Carriage Publishing
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Ginger Myrick
If you like short stories, this is the book for you! I must confess that I have not read the entire collection, but the two that I did read were a pleasing combination of poignant and sweet with a little bit of unexpected spice thrown in. The author is clearly a keen study of human nature and writes with a humorous slant that should appeal to ANY woman. Fun stuff! Great little reads for those occasions when you just don't have time to invest in something longer.
This is a wonderful collection of short stories that will bring a smile to your face. It is a very quick read, great to read if you are short on time. I planned to read a story a night, but found myself moving quickly from the first to the last. I highly recommend the collection.
This is a book of very short stories. They were alright but too short for me to really enjoy them, there is no chance to develop characters or situations in such short stories in my opinion. They also had a tendency to be a bit bittersweet, which some people would really like, but is not really my thing. However, if you like very short stories why not give this collection a go?
I get the point behind this book (short scenes that weren't further developed) but I felt like it was a bit lazy to put them all together without more development. Some of them had real potential to be more and I felt a little cheated.
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