Friday, July 12, 2013

THE OTHER MARLOWE GIRL Review

It's Friday, already? Where did the week to go? I'd like to start your weekend with a new review, THE OTHER MARLOWE GIRL, by Beth Fred. So grab a cup of coffee or tea, relax, and enjoy.



THE OTHER MARLOWE GIRL Review

By Beth Fred




Some sisters love each other. Some sisters hate each other. Some sisters are jealous of one another. Some sisters don’t understand one another. Yes, having a sister can be complicated, especially if that sister is perfect while you’re totally the opposite and everything you do turns into a disaster.

THE OTHER MARLOWE GIRL, by Author Beth Fred, is the story of Kammy and her journey to discover who she really is. Kammy needs money and she needs it badly. She balks though at the things she has to do to get the money. Enter the handsome Enrique, who seems to take a liking to Kammy, but who she knows would never care for a girl like her except for one thing. Not only must Kammy deal with the drug dealer who may kill her if she doesn’t pay up and the gorgeous hunk that she can’t help falling for even though she knows a relationship between them is hopeless, she has to deal with her sister, Tiffany, and her husband, who hates Kammy. Can her life get any worse? Well, you’ll have to read the book to find out.

Author Beth Fred has created real-life characters that are far from perfect, living in a world that sometimes confuses them and how they deal with each situation, good or bad, they face. Misunderstandings, romance, family, and the importance of honesty blend together to make a quick read about a woman who thinks she can do nothing right and a man who sets out to prove her wrong. I recommend this short story for readers who love a good romance and for those that enjoy meeting a family that might be a lot like their own.

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Pick up a copy at Amazon.

Happy Reading.

8 comments:

  1. My goodness, those are some complex relationship dynamics in that story, huh? Thanks for the thoughtful and upbeat review, Beverly! I always like to hear your opinion. :-)

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  2. You know, Lexa, I'm really having fun reviewing books, something I never planned to do. Yes, a lot goes on in this short story. And you're welcome. :)

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  3. It is a fun read, Kelly. Thanks for stopping by.

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  4. Beverly, I'm so glad you enjoyed the book. Thanks so much for the thoughtful review. Today has been a great day for Marlowe Girl reviews!

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  5. You're welcome, Beth. I really liked Kammy and wanted her to see the good points in herself.

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  6. Beverly, if you get time would you mind copying this to amazon? If you don't have time it's okay. Thanks so much!

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  7. Hi Beth. The review is at Amazon and other places. I checked to make sure because my brain sometimes takes a holiday. It's on the right side, the first one, unless they change it today. :)

    If you don't find it let me know.

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