Friday, March 27, 2015

How A Star Falls: Review

What happens if you find a young woman who claims to be a starnot a Hollywood star, but a real star, stranded on your little corner of the California beach?
She turns your world upside down, to start with.

Of course, Derrick doesn't really believe Brielle's story, when she claims to be a star. That doesn't matter, though, because she's ready to turn his world upside anyway.

It’s been a while since I’ve mentioned any of Amber Stoke’s novels, and I'm about two months late reviewing this one, but that's my fault, not Amber's. I thoroughly enjoyed How a Star Falls—no hesitations, no reservations.

How a Star Falls is a contemporary romance novella. It's a bit shorter than you might expect, just a snippet of a story if you're used to full-length novels, but that's a good thing actually. It's enough to tell this story without any extra fluff. Just boy meets girl, with lots of beauty shining through the characters and the writing.

There's not a whole lot more to say. As a fan of speculative fiction, I was hoping just a little for the story to play out along those lines, but I still really liked how Derrick and Brielle interact and push each other to grow beyond the little bubbles they live in. If you like romance, I'd recommend you check this one out.


Amber Stokes said...

Audrey, thank you so much for this encouraging review! I'm so glad you enjoyed Derrick and Brielle's story - and it means a lot to know that you thought the length was right for the story. As you know, I tend to write shorter pieces, so the trick is to find the right pacing and scope. :)

Thank you again for your kind words! Hope all is going well with you and yours. ♥


Audrey Sauble said...

Thanks for the fun read, Amber! It was really well done.

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