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MORE THAN WORDS
KELLY KIRCH
ISBN#: 532001054153
August 2008
Resplendence Publishing
http://www.resplendencepublishing.com
E-Book
$6.50
220 Pages
Historical Time-travel
Rating: 4 Cups

Kylie Dobson is a romance author who believes character development is important to her storyline. She must get the story just right for her editor. When she has trouble with her lead character, Milo, going after the heroine, she never imagined it would send her straight to Milo.

Milo, Lord Gafton, is smitten when Kylie comes into his world. He knows Kylie is having a challenging time trying to create the right scene with her characters inside the present story. He believes she should walk into the story itself and get a real feel for the sensation.

Kylie wakes the next day to head straight to her laptop and finish her story but the laptop is gone. Instead, Milo sits in her living room. A quick glance tells her it is no longer her apartment but the scene in her Regency story. With the wheels in motion, Kylie thinks she is losing it. Milo suggests she stay and better understand her characters. She would rather be home, especially when a killer is on the loose and Milo refuses to fall for the heroine in the book. Will Kylie be able to return home or become a permanent fixture inside her story as her time slowly begins to wear down?

I immediately fell in love with More Than Words. I love the premise of Kylie composing a story to have characters leap from the pages, or in her case, the laptop. I can visualize Kylie’s expressions as she wakes to see she is in a different setting. This tale is amusing, with attention-grabbing dialogue that keeps the story moving at a good pace. Kelly Kirch spins a well-written tale where this reader felt transported back into time in this fantastic read. It has some humorous perks that are quite delightful.

Cherokee
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