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How far would you go to find yourself?That’s the uestion that’s been haunting Olivia Owens for yearsAll Olivia has ever wanted to do is live and make mistakes but her preacher father has made that impossible She believes that her years at college will be her ticket into the real world and her chance to be wild and spontaneousBut she’s never been able to do it on her ownAt the start of her sopho year she only has four things crossed off her Live List but that’s all about to change thanks to a chance encounter with Trace Wentworth She’s about to learn that there’s to this reformed bad boy than just his looks and panty dropping smileTrace can’t explain what it is that draws him to OliviaAll he knows is that he wants to get to know the girl with the sad smile but sparkle in her eyesWhen she tells him about her list he knows that this is his chance to get to know Olivia Owens Trace is determined to show Olivia that she can do all the things she’s ever wanted to do So he begins to help her cross things off her list even the outlandish reuestsWhat happens along the way is than what Olivia or Trace ever expectedLove laughs and a listThat’s the name of the game when you’re Finding Olivia New Adult Contemporary Romance intended for readers 18


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    ShudderI want to try and be nice but the abuse of commas alone makes me feel less than generous toward the author The story is banal the characters are wooden stereotypes the pacing is awful and the plot is boring and predictable It's NA fantasy smut without any of the fun Even the sex scenes are fairly uninspired And proper grammar? FuhgedaboutitSo here are some writing tips for this author and those of her ilk1 'Intact' is one word 2 'Passed' and 'Past' are separate words with separate meanings3 Hair cannot 'muse' It can however be mussed this was not a typo as it happened at least four times4 When it comes to commas believe me less is A simple sentence needs none a compound sentence usually no than two Once you've surpassed two watch yourself The summer months I had spent at home had drained me completely and I knew the next four weeks would take their toll as wellI went outside and carried my suitcase in before getting readyThe tip off that it was Trace's room was the baseball memorabilia scattered aroundI tried to tiptoe by them into the kitchen for a glass of orange juiceShe called and her whole family stopped what they were doing to look at meThese people weren't drunk and they were here to listen to good music Seriously the commas are exhausted leave the poor things alone 5 There's tapping your feet and taping a box closed Not the other way around6 All right is two words 7 Altogether is one word8 Sometimes it is correct to use a comma before someone's name Sometimes it is not9 Using your character's inner voice to remind the reader about a scene they read previously in the book? Yeah not a good idea Ever10 There is a time to hyphenate and a time to refrain from doing so11 Excessive details and listing will kill a story he laid the coffee and pill bottle on the table beside the bed Then pulled out a water bottle from under his arm He twisted the cap off the Advil and shook two red pills into his palm He handed them to me along with the water bottle Stop putting your readers to sleep Most of them are generally capable of imagining what goes into caring for a sick person without having you point out every little step in the process12 Make absolutely certain your sentences make sense Trace kissed each piece of skin my jeans uncovered Not a centimeter was left untouched by his lips