Love Least Expected (Review)
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Title: Love Least Expected
Authors: Meredith Bond,
Aubrey Wynne, Valerie Twombly, Kris Calvart, Katie Stephens, Nessie Strange,
Kishan Paul, Isabella Harper and Michaela Miles
Publisher: Valerie Twombly
Rating: 3.4 Stars
the strangest things can happen. Nine short stories from sweet to sultry, full
of romance, magic and love from award winning and USA Today recommended
picked up a more romantic read! It’s a bit weird to review though, because it
was a collection of short stories and excerpts of longer novels… and it is hard
to peg a rating on them as a whole! So the rating above is an average score,
and now I will write a few sentences about each story individually.
simple and the storyline was too. It was about arranged marriage and was a
historical fiction. I wanted more of the Indian feel too it (India was where it
was set.) 3 stars.
to have as a short story. I wanted more world building in it. There was a hint
at insta love and a very little love triangle. But I did like Melissa’s courage
here. 3 stars
included, the characters were brilliant and there was a great explanation of
everything even though this was purely an excerpt. There is some language and
explicit scenes though. Well written. 5 stars.
wanted a one night stand and the guy who was looking for commitment. I was
okay, but pretty much purely an explicit scene with some hint of building
characters through hints of difficult lives. 4 stars.
thought the idea was silly and not well explained. And the explicit scene at
the end was completely unnecessary and added nothing to the story. 2 stars.
still loved it. I think the characters were the best bit, and simply how
entertaining the story was itself. A bit of language. Aster was not my kind of
girl, with her tattoos and piercings, but I loved her anyway. 5 stars.
themes here, such as bullying, death, cancer and addiction. The characters were
well done and realistic and I want to read more of this story! 5 stars.
the characters. I see a lot of development in store for them and this was just
the beginning of it. 5 stars.
good to be true ending to it, but I liked it nicely enough. There isn’t much for
me to say, but it was a nice story to sum this collection up. 4 stars.