Morning everyone! In case you’ve missed it, my romantic comedy, UNABRIDGED, is free until 10/10/2017. That means there’ s only one day left to download it for free.
Now, I’ve had the unpleasant surprise to receive one-star reviews just because the reviewers either hadn’t read the description and expected something else, or they simply don’t like chick-lit/romantic comedies. I find that completely unfair, because IMHO a one-star review should be reserved for truly terrible writing. It takes work, time and a lot of effort to write a book, even if some people think it’s a bad one. While it’s easy to give a bad review, it is not fair to do so if the story simply is not your favorite genre. You shouldn’t download and read it in the first place.
That said, this is what UNABRIDGED is all about.
Ironically, it all starts with a popular book about BDSM.
When Angelina Jameson steps into her boss’s office armed with an acid article about ‘Billionaires, BDSM and Blah-blah-blah’, she thinks her career will take off. But her career aspirations drop into second place when she finds herself face to face with her nemesis.
Blade Spencer is the new editor-in-chief of Unabridged—the literary magazine where his ex-lover Angelina works. For three years, since she fled small town Jamestown without a word of explanation, they haven’t heard from one another. Now, when they meet again, the past and all the feelings they once had between them come rushing back, making them realize their love has never died. But can they reconcile their new circumstances and the changes that have occurred during the three years they were apart? Neither is the person the other used to know.
Then there is the faceless shadow who hunts them from the dark, driven by obsession and greed…
I always like to surprise you, to experiment with words and genres whenever I write a new story.
With Unabridged I decided to try my hand at Romantic Comedy, and the result is a chicklit hybrid abounding in humor, but which doesn’t lack introspection.
Personally I adore this story, not only because of the mega-sexy hero, Blade Spencer, but also because of the hillarious incisiveness of some of the more spicy theories of Angelina’s and of the mysterious character Zorro Kalashnikov. You may not agree with their opinions, but I’m sure you won’t be able to resist their charm.
If you’ve already read it, please stop by and leave a review. If not, be aware this is a lighthearted, easy-going story, that doesn’t have a complicated story and complex characters. It’s a story you read for fun, to escape and not have to focus on it too much. 🙂