Crossroads (Crossroads Saga, #1)Crossroads by Mary Ting
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I am on vacation and not near my computer so I’m having to write this on my tablet using speech to text feature. This is new to me so please be patient if I miss any mistakes that happen.

Let me start by saying, Crossroads is an interesting book. I think this may be the author, Mary Ting’s, ¬†first book. If so, she did a nice job. Although, I think there was an awful lot of repetition. Since I read it on my Kindle app on my tablet with Whispersync, my experience includes the narration by Amanda Friday. I don’t know why, but Miss Friday’s voice was abrasive and her acting skills were nil. Maybe it was just the combination of both that left me in the dust. Or maybe I’m just not the audience it was written for. There are a lot of 5 star ratings for this stories so it may just be me.

Or maybe I’m just not in the mood for one more paranormal, forbidden romance between an angel and a human. Still there was something about the story that kept me coming back and not throwing it aside. I did liked the relationships between mother and daughter, daughter and the friends, and the main character and the person she calls Gamma. I also like the parts where she talked about riding her bike to work and that she worked retail. That’s not something you find often in fictional books.

Like I often say, don’t take my word for it. You may love this story and the narration. Last I looked both were free. Can’t beat the price for entertaining read!

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