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A Five-Star Waiting For Spring review from Goodreads


“I’ll admit that I didn’t have very high expectations for this book – I’m not sure why. But I was so completely wrong, it floored me.

The writer’s voice is clear throughout the entire story, drawing you in, creating such real characters that I couldn’t force myself to go to bed without reading one more page, one more chapter. So many of Tess’ thoughts could have come from my own mind, her actions so clearly desperate. You could feel her fear, her insecurity. The way her thoughts mingled with her words, overlapping each other, just like they do in our own heads. Rarely have I read an author that could pull that off without seeming stilted and forced, until R.J. Keller.

While the storyline followed a completely possible and realistic path, there still managed to be many moments of surprise, not believing that something had actually happened.

Now I’m off to find out when I can expect something new from this author.”

 ~ Kay at GoodReads

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7 thoughts on “A Five-Star Waiting For Spring review from Goodreads”

  1. “I couldn’t force myself to go to bed without reading one more page, one more chapter.”

    That was me too!! Your book kept me up way past my bedtime! 🙂 Glad this reviewer had the same experience!

  2. “Now I’m off to find out when I can expect something new from this author”

    You really set the bar high on first go round. Better take a few steps back to get a good running start for your next one!

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