[PDF / Epub] ⚣ The Blind Side of Love ✈ Ingrid Díaz – Writerscompany.co.uk

The Blind Side of Love here s something personal about me I haven t watched cable TV in nearly two years I haven t been to the movies in the last eight years I literally have to force myself to watch something on Netflix once a month, so I can justify the 8,99 I pay for it So, why is it then that I m so enamoured by novels about Hollywood and actresses I don t know But I have, in short order, read four of them and I absolutely loved them I also couldn t help notice the striking similarities in all of them for here s something personal about me I haven t watched cable TV in nearly two years I haven I m sure it would beefficient to just upload an audio file of me squealing and occasionally crying happily for about six minutes, but sure, I can try to translate that into a proper review The thing that makes this book so extraordinary is that the premise itself sounds like nothing special, nothing we haven t seen before in a bunch of other stories Struggling New York artist falls in love with famous Hollywood actress mutual pining, artist who had been lacking inspiration finds it in I m sure it would beefficient to just upload an audio file of me squealing and occasionally crying happily for about six minutes, but sure, I can try to translate that into a proper review The thing that makes this book so extraordinary is that the premise itself sounds like nothing special, nothing we haven t seen before in a bunch of other stories Struggling New York artist falls in love with famous Hollywood actress mutual pining, artist who had been lacking inspiration finds it in the form of love, the actress A Second Draft Of A Not Yet Published Romance Novel The Blind Side Of Love, About Love Between An Artist Kristina Milano 21 And A Famous Actress Julianne Franqui 25.Themes Romance, Lesbian Length Approx 195,000 Words Impressive second draft of a beautiful love story Some editing still required and while I love the in depth peek into the lives of these characters I kept thinking the book needs some belt tightening Reduce a few extraneous scenes dialogue and increase the pace just a bit and K J will still be as memorable a couple as Dar and Kerry I m not generally a celebrity junkie but I really enjoyed the glamour and lifestyle of the rich and famous actress It was fun to escape the earnest every da Impressive second draft of a beautiful love story Some editing still required and while I love the in depth peek into the lives of these characters I kept thinking the book needs some belt tightening Reduce a few extraneous scenes dialogue and increase the pace just a bit and K J will still be as memorable a couple as Dar and Kerry I m not generally a celebrity junkie but I really enjoyed the glamour and lifestyle of the rich and fam What to say about a book like this Okay, first of all, this is so far the best f f romance I ve ever read I absolutely loved it There s nothing I could rant about I adored both girls, Julianne and Kris honestly made an amazing couple and they also did amazing on their own Leigh, Karen and Adrian and even Mark did a pretty good job as well as sup This is just beautiful It s fully enitled to be in my all times favorites.The story is quite similar to Notting Hill playing on the social class gap between the two lead characters, the bohemian artist and the Hollywood star, but there is muchand it s originally reinvented.It s psychologically and emotionally intense The leads are both young and full of life, and the plot is fresh, full of humour and f The Blind Side of Love has everything that s fundamental on a fantastic romance A pair of likeable main characters and the fact that each of them has their own structure, their own context, their own backbone as individuals and, added to this, the fact that they form together an equally likeable couple Let s just call it consistency Nice and funny secondary characters An interactive scenario NY and LA that, in a certain way, contributes to the construction of the characters, but without The Blind Side of Love has everything that s fundamental on a fantastic romance A pair of likeable main characters and the fact that each of them has their own structure, their own context, their own backbone as individuals and, added to this, the fact that they form together an equally likeable couple Let s just call it consistency Nice and funny secondary characters An interactive scenario NY This is one of my all time favorite reads But it is not published yet Read it for free at the author s website.http www.ingriddiaz.com blog the blGet a box of tissues ready You ll need it for the laughs and the tears.I hope this will help get this work I read a second draft of The Blind Side of Love and liked it very very much I especially liked how the author slowly and very successfully developed a tender love story between the main characters I hope that the final version would be as good as this one. Review based on second draft unpublished.I could describe this book as You ve Got Mail for queer women, but that would be about as fair as describing Nelson Mandela as a guy who did stuff once Technically accurate, but wholly inadequate This book is spectacular I feel like we often give certain genres bonus stars simply for being underrepresented by top tier authors or for allowing us to see ourselves reflected in media Romance Raise rating one star, lower expectations one level LGBT Review based on second draft unpublished.I could describe this book as You ve Got Mail for queer women, but that would be about as fair as describing Nelson Mandela as a guy who did stuff once Technically accurate, but wholly inadequate This book is spectacular I feel like we often give certain genres bonus stars simply for being underrepresented by top tier authors or for allowing us to see ourselves reflected in media Romance Raise rating one star, lower expectations one level LGBTQ Raise rating one star, lower expectations one level This novel requires no bonus stars, no lowered expectations, no exceptions of any kind It lives in rarefied air These characters are wonderfully drawn, utterly relatable and thoroughly loveable The story, as unlikely as it sounds in a recap, is nevertheless made believable via skillful writing The dialogue is sparkling, both witty and enchanting I really have to stretch to


About the Author: Ingrid Díaz

Author of Alix Valerie, and The Blind Side of Love Self proclaimed intergalactic spacegoat herder, known for writing LGBTQ related things, and drinking lots of coffee.


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