Monday, April 12, 2010

Blissful Bets and a great reader review for Passion Projected

I've just finished editing and reading over the third installment in the Blissful Bets series. This story is great! I had a blast writing about Melissa, the fiery redhead. There are parts where I couldn't quit lauging (which isn't good because of this horrible cough) and of course the emotional aspect.

All my girls have had something happen in thier lives that make them act the way they do. Melissa's story was harder for me to relate because although on some levels, I could feel what she must have gone through, there were times where I really had to open myself up and focus on the how exactly she would react and grow in her situation. This story really challenged me, but overall I think it turned out amazing!

I'll be doing the dreaded part of making the blurb, synopsis, and of course the chapter by chapter short brief. That is the hardest part for me. How can you sum up a chapter in three or so sentences? It is impossible for me, and I know Alison must pull out her hair when she sees that on every chapter I have twice as much as I'm supposed to.

Well, let's hope she doesn't get upset because this story is almost impossible to sum up in a few sentences. I'll make do, I always do.

On another note. I wanted to post this reader review of Passion Projected. I always find myself coming back to it, in awe. It's hard to believe that these wonderful words are about my story.

Here's the review....

 The title alone, "Passion Projected," caught my interest enough to be not satisfied until reading the book. I wasn't disappointed from the beginning to the final words of the author.
Dream or reality? Marley's conundrum surfaces quickly for the reader and the fleshing of characters, Zachary, Cole , and Jordan, move at lightening speed. The more I read, the faster I read.
The author vividly captures mind's strength through startling projections of passions that rise above normal sensual interactions. She is able to do this by her masterful usage of syntax.
I was understanding the usage of mental , soulfully if you will, and physical parings that led to the passionate and exotic paranormal romance that evolved in this story. I usually do not read this genre but after reading "Passion Projected," I expect to read more of this author. Thank you Jennifer Salaiz for introducing me to your artful creative writing.

Thank you, Robert. I'm so glad you enjoyed the story. :)

My Marley.....

3 comments:

Robert A Meacham said...

Jennifer- It was my pleasure reading Passion Projected and my honor to write the review. I look forward to reading more of your work.

The picture of Marley is so close to what I visioned as I read the story.

Jennifer Salaiz said...
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Jennifer Salaiz said...

Robert,

The picture is actually the same girl on both covers. I loved how the portfolio to the photographer seemed to capture clips of the books. It was an amazing feeling putting everything together.