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Saturday, November 21, 2015

Reviewer Tracey Quintin Calls Fiction Emotionally Provoking


Title:  Bittersweet
Author: K.S. Thomas
Genre:  Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy, Magical Realism, Inspirational, Romance, Women’s Fiction,
ISBN #:   B00TPBIC3M
Reviewer's Rating: 5 star

Reviewed by Tracey Quintin originally for Goodreads

What an OUTSTANDING EMOTIONAL, COULDN'T PUT DOWN, PAGE TURNING read. I was hooked from Chapter 1 on. I completely fell in love with Esi and Carter and was so emotionally invested in this "grab boxes of Kleenex" story.

Truly touched my heart and soul. Esi and Carter are absolute soul mates and have a love and connection like no other.

Their story didn't just tug my heart strings, I seriously fell in love with these characters. I felt everything going on and had a HUGE lump in my throat throughout most of the story until I HAD to let the tears just fall. If I wasn't in a public setting I'm sure I would have cried my eyes out...THAT'S how emotion provoking it was for me. THESE ARE MY FAVORITE TYPES OF STORIES!
So beautifully written, K.S. Thomas did an incredible job. This is the first book I've read from this author and I REALLY hope she has written more of this type. Outstanding and can't wait to read more of her work. I very highly recommend reading this. It is a story that will stay in my heart forever.

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