- Paperback: 292 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (July 24 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1478148144
- ISBN-13: 978-1478148142
- Product Dimensions: 14 x 1.9 x 21.6 cm
- Shipping Weight: 295 g
- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,327,735 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Last-Minute Love: (Year of the Chick series) Paperback – Jul 24 2012
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About the Author
I am Canadian, and here are some strange personal facts: -I wore denim-top-to-bottom in high school (there is a direct inverse relationship between how much denim I wore and how few tongues were launched down my throat at school dances...or anywhere in high school at all). -A homeless lady in New York once told me "You're just a bitch on vacation with no money!" -I always hated those insufferable couples who would cuddle and make out on the subway...until I became half of one. But now I'm back to being none of one so I hate them again. The thing I love most in the world is writing. When I first started publishing on Amazon it was my "crazy" humour side ("The Book of Awful," and "NOT Love Poems For Real Life"). Since then, everything has focused on my "Year of the Chick" series, because it's the most important thing to me in the world right now. I guess that would tend to happen, when your writing is inspired by real life, including all the satisfaction and risks that come from that. My "Year of the Chick" series can be described as "edgy rom-com," which helps me account for the blunt conversations and mortifying family moments in the book ;-). Book 3 in the "Year of the Chick" series will be written and released in 2013; until then I have some adventures to go on! Romi
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This is a nice easy read that had me literally laughing out loud while taking transit in the mornings.... got the weirdest looks from my fellow passengers but it was worth it!! Loved this series so I proceeded to buy any book by Romi Moondi! Can't wait to start the next, keep em' coming!! :)
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I really enjoyed the second installment in this series and agree that the author's writing improved which, as an author myself, is something to which most writers aspire. I found Romi much more likeable this time-around and continued to appreciate the humorous banter between her and the other characters, especially Laura and Erik. Additionally, the family relationships felt a bit warmer to me without losing the consistency with the first novel. I absolutely felt the chemistry with Erik and spent a majority of the book swooning over him. I didn't think it was necessary to go into so much detail about self-publishing because at times it felt like the author was giving me a lesson. Finally, while the ending was inspiring, it wasn't the ending I wanted by a long-shot. There was a point in the book where my heart felt like it was aching and I'm still thinking about it now. For the author's sake, I really hope that portion of the book was not based on her own experiences. I won't give anything away but if you read the book, you will know what I'm talking about.
The writing in the second book has improved from the first book. The prose is better and the other characters are more developed and Romi, herself, is more likable. (But the first book is good as well, just a little short.) I am very happy with the character development of Romi in the second book esp. at the end. I am looking forward to reading the third book of this series.