Starcrossed

Starcrossed In the days before search engines and social networks what lengths would you go to to find the love you lost Fish and chips on the pier Art Music Moonlit walks along the beach For the busker and the

  • Title: Starcrossed
  • Author: SuzanneCarroll
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In the days before search engines and social networks, what lengths would you go to, to find the love you lost Fish and chips on the pier Art Music Moonlit walks along the beach For the busker and the art student it s the perfect summer romance Until it ends suddenly, with a savage thunderstorm.A heartbroken Georgia thinks she ll never see Tom again But Tom doesn t gIn the days before search engines and social networks, what lengths would you go to, to find the love you lost Fish and chips on the pier Art Music Moonlit walks along the beach For the busker and the art student it s the perfect summer romance Until it ends suddenly, with a savage thunderstorm.A heartbroken Georgia thinks she ll never see Tom again But Tom doesn t give up easily and months later they find each other, in the most unexpected place.

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    1. There's a giveaway at my blog today. Link at the end.I loved this! It's a short story, but there's nothing missing here. It's a mystery, a romance, there's a bit of angst, and then we have a conclusion that's very satisfying. Georgia's daughter has to write a story about time before the interneta time before search engines and social media. I laughed when she asked her mother if she had been alive then. Georgia then tells her a story about a search without our modern technology to help. A search [...]

    2. As with all her books, Suzanne Carroll draws you in with her beautiful, vivid descriptions, wonderful passages, and takes you on a journey you really never want to end. Bravo!

    3. I received the book from the publisher for an honest review.What an amazing love story! From the beginning you are swept away into the story, as told from Georgia's point of view, to her seventeen year old daughter, Sophie. A gripping tale of two young people that had met long before Internet or Facebook were in the picture.Sophie had an essay to write, a essay about life before Internet, and because she had no idea what that was, she asked her forty three year old mother. Together we hanged on [...]

    4. I can just imagine Sophie sitting at the kitchen-counter impatiently waiting for her mother to finish the story – I know I would have been impatient. The pages are filled with anticipation and it has made me realize just how much we rely on technology and social media these days. It was a light and pleasant read.Thank you for allowing me to review the book.

    5. loved this short and sweet storyhad a little mystery to it and captured the excitement of that first crush really wellas with all great short stories, I was sad that it was so short and wanted more (aka the great catch-22 of short stories)

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