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Isabelle Rowan
A black cat for a witch may be a cliche, but add a whole bunch of tribal tattoos and an intolerance to garlic (seriously) and you have Isabelle Rowan.Having moved to Australia from England as a small child Isabelle now lives in a seaside suburb of Melbourne where she teaches film making and... show more
A black cat for a witch may be a cliche, but add a whole bunch of tribal tattoos and an intolerance to garlic (seriously) and you have Isabelle Rowan.Having moved to Australia from England as a small child Isabelle now lives in a seaside suburb of Melbourne where she teaches film making and English. She is a movie addict who spends far too much money on traveling... but then again, life is to be lived.Isabelle BLOGs her website where she sometimes posts excerpts from works in progress. http://www.isabellerowan.com/She is on facebook and Tweets: @Aussie_IzzyYou are welcome to visit, leave feedback and chat.Don't forget to check out Isabelle's other titles/short stories at Dreamspinnerpress.
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Elaine White's Life in Books
Elaine White's Life in Books rated it 4 years ago
THIS REVIEW IS ONLY FOR "SHIRT" BY AMY LANE. I will review the rest of the book at a later date.~Book – Shirt (Ryan and Scott #1)Author – Amy LaneStar rating - ★☆☆☆☆No. of Pages - 25Movie Potential – ☆☆☆☆☆ (No plot to speak of)Ease of reading – easy to read, confusing POVsWould I read it again – No....
Sandra @ My Fiction Nook
Sandra @ My Fiction Nook rated it 4 years ago
Not a romance in the traditional sense, this book worked for me nonetheless, even though the two MCs are not together on page but for the beginning and the ending. Caleb Maguire, who lives in the mountains of Victoria, AU, has not long ago lost his long-time partner/lover and is still working throug...
Susan
Susan rated it 6 years ago
DNF at 30%I can't take it anymore. I feel like I am reading the phone book. I do not feel anything (except annoyance) while reading this book. I absolutely dislike the characters and I do not want to read any more about these horrible people...Even the sex feels like reciting a grocery list. How can...
Lenaribka
Lenaribka rated it 6 years ago
It was an enjoyable read, pretty nice, warmhearted story a là Walt Disney that I finished in one sitting. There were though some serious issues that prevented me from rating it higher. Let me say so:I like the principal idea of the book. I'm not sure about the performance.It was a lot of nice things...
jilrene reads
jilrene reads rated it 6 years ago
I love this book. This is in essence omniscient 3rd person POV, we get into everyone’s head. Now, the alternating POV is a little confusing and will change from one paragraph to the next, but it really helps to know what’s going on. And there is a lot going on. I don’t mind the insta-love in this bo...
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