Title: Bloodworth's Bride
Author: Gayle Eden
Website: Eve's Romance
Publisher: Air Castle Books; January 14, 2009
Format: Kindle Book; 13,536 words
List price: $1.99US
Rating: 3.6 pearls
Warnings: This book contains graphic sexual details.
Synopsis: A young woman who married at 18 must reconcile with her estranged husband after a five-year separation.
What made me buy this book: I read the sample that Amazon provides. I really enjoyed the interaction between the sisters as well as the description of the hero.
My two cents: This is a short story, just over 13k words. I liked it but it was definitely more sexually explicit than I personally care for. However, it was an entertaining read, with characters who were likable, believable, and well-drawn. The storyline was interesting, that of a married couple who reconcile after five years of separation. I think it's a storyline that's been done before but I've never read a story where the goal of both main characters was to make the best of their situation.
The only real complaint I have, other than the explicitness, is the typos present in the Amazon Kindle version of this story. Normally, I can overlook typos with no problem, but this story is very short and I think some of the typos should have been noticed. For example, in one scene, the author uses the word emaciated when she clearly meant to use the word emanated. There was one other time I noticed such a mistake but it wasn't as bad; only one letter was off. Other than that, there were a few issues with punctuation. Unfortunately, it was enough to pull me out of the story.
Overall, I still think this one may be worth a reread at some point. The characters were that likable, in my opinion.
*This review is based on the Amazon Kindle version. I was not paid in any way, shape, or form for this review and it is my honest opinion of this work. I purchased this ebook from the Amazon Kindle Store for $1.99.