Childish Heroine = 3 Stars Review

20 Feb

What do you do when your main heroine is not liked? Not sure how other authors react but my reaction was to … smile. While I’m grateful for all input, I also know that I poured my heart and soul into my stories. There will always be people that connect or don’t connect with my heroes and it’s okay for some of them not to be liked. It truly is.

Today and tomorrow I stop at author Elise Marion’s web site The Romance Writer’s Reads. Elise calls A World Apart, “A World Apart’ is a story full of emotion and angst. Two people from opposite sides of the world are thrown together and forced to deal with both their pasts and their futures. The ending is satisfying, despite a few frustrating potholes along the road of David and Cassandra’s journey[…] I often found myself wondering why David was so  crazy about Cassandra. While I found him to be likeable, Cassandra was a different story. I found her behavior at times to be childish. I guess that’s the power of love, really. Just when I thought David would tell Cassandra to go to hell, he loves her even more.”

Stop by @ Elise’s website for a chance to win a copy of A World Apart.

Happy Monday!

4 Responses to “Childish Heroine = 3 Stars Review”

  1. SHerry Gammon YA author February 20, 2012 at 9:24 am #

    I LOVED Cass!!

  2. Tina Rucci February 20, 2012 at 12:40 pm #

    I loved Cass too!!
    Smile.. then smile some more.
    Good for you! I knew you could.

    • CameliaMironSkiba February 20, 2012 at 12:51 pm #

      Thanks, Tina. Cass is celebrating with a gallon of vanilla and almonds ice cream 😉

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