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All Reviews and Other Information a touching literary love story and beautifully written debut book MIRROR BLUE pulls together two charming southern characters Author Kim Michelle Richardson credible characters that women can relate to on many levels including the search for love ex wives step children family and age differences in relationships And you'll love the ending Author Marwa Ayad. He s her first chance at love She s his lastI love that tagline along with the theme and the blurb of Mirror Blue caught my eye After finishing it I really enjoyed reading the journey of web designer and aspiring writer Aphra short for Aphrodite and Isaac Lightfoot I ve heard than a few readers mourning the death of straight contemporary romance but I ve been coming across some goodies in the smaller press Mirror Blue is definitely one Aphra has always looked up to Isaac Lightfoot seeing the Vietnam vet as her hero The book opens when she finally meets him at a book signing and sparks begin to fly Soon Aphra finds herself redesigning Isaac s website and working alongside him The feeling becomes mutual and the couple find themselves battling life ex wives grown children and a dark turbulent past in order to find their happiness within each otherAlthough Mirror Blue is a romance it s written in a literary format Ms Grindstaff weaves the tale with flowing prose that exemplifies exactly how Aphra is feeling added with a side of slight sarcasm She doesn t shy away from showing the post traumatic stresses of war or the tension between finding love with someone who has a lot of baggage in their past Aphra herself is a uniue character who rides a motorcycle reads classic books isn t interested in having children and enjoys sharing her home with some very likable cats who know who rules the roost Even her family members have their own personalities as does Isaac s friends who are also vets and I have to say I really loved the supporting cast here especially Hieu and Red HawkThe only thing I found myself scratching my head on is towards the end I m not a huge fan of the big misunderstanding in romance stories The fact that Aphra went back and forth on wanting to be at the nexus of Isaac s universe basically in his ex wife s place who shared a son with him and yet vehemently being against having children was a bit confusing I did understand that she wanted to be in that special part of Isaac but a few things she inferred and pushed on Isaac could have been avoided if she would have just asked Isaac what was up I did like that they talked afterward and put everything on the table about their feelings and fears along with the silly way they were acting Sometimes I felt like Aphra was practically pushing Isaac back to his ex wife and I m glad he voiced thisIn any event this was a great love story that was very well written I m going to keep an eye on this author because I d love to read of Ms Grindstaff s works

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Man who looks at her like no one has looked at her before A critically acclaimed author and Vietnam war hero Isaac is one tough bear of a man Faced with the physical and emotional scars of war a relationship with a daunting age difference and an ex wife bent on tearing Aphra from his life he's about to learn that leaving the past behind and building a new life can be the toughest battle of. I d never read a contemporary romance before this and was fairly certain I wouldn t like them if I did Boy was I wrong Thomma Lyn s characters live and breathe and in the pages of this story which I couldn t devour fast enough I laughed and cried and pulled out my hair with them An amazingly poignant story that sneaks up on you and sweeps you away while sharing deeper messages about the power of love to overcome the odds

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He's her first chance at love She's his last Free spirit Aphra Porter never thought Isaac Lightfoot would remember the letter she wrote to him years before But by some miracle he does Now a successful Web site designer in her thirties Aphra meets the man whose writing talents she's always idolized an encounter that leaves her spinning No longer is Isaac a distant image but a flesh and blood. Thomma Lyn Grindstaff is a wonderful writer She knows how to craft a story well make you laugh make you cry make you hate make you fall in love and make you to keep reading to the end Her writing is seamlessAphra Porter is an independent young woman with dreams and crushes that come true when she meets and falls in love with a famous author Isaac Lightfoot twenty years her senior Her idol since childhood Her mentorI fell in love with Isaac right along with Aphra And she s a biker chic woo hoo On the side A web designer in real life The fact that Aphra and Isaac are both in love with their Harley s gives the story meaning A common ground outside of their passion for each other The ex wife factor in this story is well played well written Norma is someone you re supposed to hate the mention of Her character is showy and bitchy Just what an ex should be right The son his wife and Isaac s own Momma treat Aphra s and Isaac s love for each other as nonexistent and they do everything in their power to destroy it Chapter 20 is where things turn Get out the tissues You ll need them until the end Some of my favorite linesSilence drug itself out between them like a stone monolith pulled across grinding sand by bone tired workersWriting as she d commented to Isaac earlier was the ultimate freedom Worlds to create bonds to form lives to mold How delightful it would be to recreate Isaac and herself in a universe of their mutual making a universe of pure mind made up of the Ideal Forms which reflected as spectral shadows on the walls of the cave of their everyday lives a realm where their love unfettered and unhindered might be given its fullest expression With no Norma No First Family A place where Isaac was and ever would be hers All hersAnd of course there are cats in this story Two Pilar and Santiago They have a delightful and supportive roll in the lives of Aphra and Isaac It s just natural that they would be there for Aphra And Isaac


7 thoughts on “Mirror Blue

  1. says:

    When I read some uick reviews of this book before reading it I was hesitant to read it because people were calling it a “Literary Romance Novel” No offense to anyone out there but I just can not get into “Romance Novels” I don’t know if it is the predictability of the traditional romance novel or the strangely worded sex scenes that turn me away I decided on a whim to start reading this while waiting for the

  2. says:

    Thomma Lyn Grindstaff is a wonderful writer She knows how to craft a story well make you laugh make you cry make

  3. says:

    In MIRROR BLUE Thomma Lyn tackles many issues through credible characters that women can relate to on many levels including the search for love ex wives step children family and age differences in relationships Thomma Lyn Grindstaff writes wo

  4. says:

    I'd never read a contemporary romance before this and was fairly certain I wouldn't like them if I did Boy was I wrong Thomma Lyn's characters live and breathe and in the pages of this story which I couldn't devour fast enough I laughed and cried and pulled out my hair with them An amazingly poignant story that

  5. says:

    He's her first chance at love She's his lastI love that tagline along with the theme and the blurb of Mirror Blue caught my eye After finishing it I really enjoyed reading the journey of web designer and aspiring writer Aphra short for Aphro

  6. says:

    The author Thomma Grindstaff is a great friend of mineand a very talented person Knowing her I tremendously enjoyed reading her first novel I see her passion for life and love running throughout this story She brings her characters to life A very enjoyable and fun read

  7. says:

    Lovely poignant debut Southern literary that move and touches on all emotions

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