Book Review – Miles From Home – Author: Ava Bell

Issue #25
Blog # 4-2016
Section: Book Reviews
Blogger: Joseph Clay
ThunderHorse Publishing Awards Miles From Home by Ava Bell 4.5 Stars out of 5

The characters in Miles from Home are strong and believable. The plot is strong, and the story flows along at a good pace with only a few dips in the action. The ending is spectacular.

Miles from Home is a tale of two young people, Maggie and Sam, escaping their pasts in pursuit of a brighter future.

One is headed north to purse the dreams of becoming a musician, the other is headed to the east coast to a prestigious school in hopes of becoming a ballerina. They meet by accident, before either gets to far, on a stretch of lonely highway. The story escalates from there.

Just when you think you’ve got it figured out, something else happens to one or the other. The dreams of one come true but at a cost, while the other has to give theirs up.

This story will pull at your heartstrings to the point of making you tear up. The sexual content is added at the right times and is appropriate and steamy. Don’t let the book being categorized as erotic fiction turn you away from reading a great book, written with feeling that will touch your soul.

Writing Tip: What I Learned By Reading Novels By: Ava Bell is  a blog that points out what can be learned about writing from this author.

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[Bloggers note: The book review of Ava Bell’s Miles From Home was originally published on 3-19-16 on Joseph Clay – Author Official Blog. The review was moved to this site 3-20-17.]


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