Monday, March 14, 2011

Review of Stranger on the Shore

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Quick and Entertaining Read, March 13, 2011

By Ginger Simpson "mizging" (Tennessee) - See all my reviewsThis review is from: Stranger on the Shore (Kindle Edition)

Since getting my Kindle, I've become an avid reader of shorter works and Roseanne Dowell's latest release was my most recent purchase. The story reminds me of fantasy most women experience at one time in life. Imagine finding an unconscious, handsome stranger on the lake shore near the house where you're seeking solace and quiet to work on your novel. Despite some misgivings, you can't leave him outside in the cold with a storm approaching, so you haul him inside, remove his wet clothing, and take the time to admire his amazing physique. Emotions you thought long gone are stirred by this mystery man, but unfortunately, he awakens with amnesia and can't dispel any of your fears. Have you helped a serial killer get into your house? Writing fiction is awesome, because you can take the story any direction you want, and Ms. Dowell does that in an entertaining and satisfying way. If you need to have a fantasy fulfilled, then this is the read for you.

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