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Carole Rummage
Carole Rummage lives in North Carolina with her husband, rambunctious dog, Toby and needy cat, Pepper. She has three children and six grandchildren who keep her on her toes. Even though she's a grandmother, she's young at heart and loves working with and writing for young people. She's had... show more

Carole Rummage lives in North Carolina with her husband, rambunctious dog, Toby and needy cat, Pepper. She has three children and six grandchildren who keep her on her toes. Even though she's a grandmother, she's young at heart and loves working with and writing for young people. She's had several careers in her life and now happily adds being a writer to the mix. Her favorite quote is from George Elliott, "It's never too late to be what you might have been." She believes this applies to everything in life. After all, succeeding at new things just takes faith and trust and a little bit of fairy dust...
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tien
tien rated it 7 years ago
The gorgeous golden cover was just irresistible that I had to request it off NetGalley. Refuge is straight out YA romance with a touch of the paranormal. There is that instant love moment, the denial & realisation followed by a little trouble in paradise prior to the conclusion. It seems to follo...
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This is going to be one of those reviews that proves difficult for me to articulate, but I'm going to give it my best shot in the hopes that it establishes how I consider the work I'm writing about.I feel a tremendous sense of heaviness when reviewing Carole Rummage's "Refuge", and the reason might ...
ellemoe
ellemoe rated it 7 years ago
The original review can be found here: http://www.yourentertainmentcorner.com/?p=29666.Refuge can be used as a lesson on what not to do in Novel Writing 101. The plot is weak (if I can even say there is one), the characters are two-dimensional, and the writing is mediocre. Rummage does a lot to desc...
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