5 Star Review
"...I read this book quickly, unable to put it down. I was caught up in the story and totally invested in the lives of the well-drawn characters. I loved Elissa and even Flavia, who behaved like a naive and spoiled child, won me over in the end."
I feel honored. L.C. Evans is fine writer. Red Adept recently gave We Interrupt This Date a 5 star review, not easy to come by. Here's what the famous reviewer said:
September 11, 2009
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This review is from: We Interrupt This Date (Kindle Edition)Plot/Storyline: 5 Stars
Firmly entrenched in the Chick Lit genre, the plot of this book is highly entertaining, especially for the over thirty crowd. The storyline was humorous without stretching the envelope in a blatant attempt to be funny.
Although there is a romance involved, it is definitely not the center of the story, nor is it even the center of Susan's life. I love the way Susan's thoughts drifted to romance only when appropriate for them to do so.
Character Development: 4 3/4 Stars
Susan's character was wonderfully drawn. She was appealing and likable with an interesting personality.
Susan's love interest could have used a little more fleshing out. I would have liked to see a little more of him to get a handle on his motivations.
Writing Style: 5 Stars
Dialogue is a major strong suit of this author. Her descriptions were right on target, succinct, yet picturesque.
Editing/Formatting: 4 3/4 Stars
There were a few editing errors, but not enough to ruin the reading experience. There were large sections that were indented for no apparent reason causing quick page turns, but this was not rampant throughout, just occasional.
Rating: PG for Adult Situations