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Saturday, December 26, 2015

Reviewer Wants More from LGBT Short Fiction Writer

Title:  Made in the Stars
Author: Jim Proctor
Genre:  Literature & Fiction, Short Reads, Lesbian Fiction, LGBT
ISBN #:   B00IFR1AOK
Reviewer's Rating: 4 star

Reviewed by Tracey Quintin originally for Goodreads

First time I've read not only work from this Author but also this genre. It was a light, enjoyable, quick read.

Who doesn't want to find their life mate? Some are searching, some of us have found. How fun and cool would it be if this could be done in this futuristic way? Heck, everything futuristic in this short story would be cool!

I am very picky with books I read and want a fine balance between dialogue and details / descriptions. For that reason I rate this 4 stars. I found myself wanting more detail and wondering what some things were.

If you want a sci-fi romance that's fun and lighthearted, yet don't need great detail, I recommend you read!

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1 comment:

OldMom said...

Thank you for sharing my review of this great light-hearted read! This author works tirelessly to make his stories perfect for his readers.
I so want folks to read this and his other stories as well! ~Tracey