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Title: Aphrodite's Daughter Reviewer: Tracy Signed

After reading Aphrodite's Daughter as a WIP, I was pleased to be able to read it again in the library. While mythology is new to me, the characters and their background details were well explained. 

Adam's journey with Eulalie takes the reader through a range of emotion, from amused to worried to uncertainty to romantic. 

Thank you, Adamant, for an interesting tale. Or was it a dream? 

Author's Response:

Maybe it was a dream! Thanks, Tracy, for leaving a review in the Library. I realized that some readers may not be well-versed in Greek mythology so tried to give subtle background info for the mythological characters who appeared. I appreciate that you read it. 

Date: 09/26/2020 - 10:32 pm [Report This]
Title: Aphrodite's Daughter Reviewer: heyjude Signed

A realistic, fitting yet surprising ending. I enjoy your interpretation of our Adam. Thank you for the romantic tale.

Author's Response:

Thank you for reading, heyjude, and leaving a review. I'm glad you like my interpretation of  Adam as I see him a bit differently than some. Also glad you enjoyed the romantic aspect. He is a heartbreaker!

Date: 09/20/2020 - 09:47 pm [Report This]
Title: Aphrodite's Daughter Reviewer: Tahoe Lee Signed

The Ponderosa and Lake Tahoe are absolutely enchanting in this story.

Everything is new to Eulalie, even her own feelings. We discover a new realm and a new way of living right along with her.

You did such a good job of weaving two different worlds together that it almost seemed natural.

Love the vivid imagery throughout.  Eulalie is a captivating character.  She noticed the smallest of details.  

Beautifully written with a lovely epilogue.

One of only a few FF stories that I didn't want to end.  Well done.


Author's Response: Thank you, Tahoe Lee, for reading this and leaving your thoughts. Since the OC is telling the story and it is not the usual brother adventure--which I also enjoy writing--a reader needs to take a chance and dive into a fantastical story. I hope, on occasion, people may search for a different type of story and this may fit the bill. I also like writing an unusual story and I did enjoy writing this, presenting Adam to the reader as a Greek demi-goddess might see him. I appreciate the compliment about the writing and the epilogue. I also tried to make Eulalie believable and I'm happy you felt she was captivating. And that you wanted more is flattering. And Lake Tahoe and the Ponderosa are alive in more ways than one! : )
Date: 09/16/2020 - 08:52 pm [Report This]
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