A Holiday to Remember

A Holiday to Remember Julia Payne is a professional photographer who lost her fianc in the Attacks She believes in making the best of every moment by seizing every opportunity to experience the joys of life Brooding J

  • Title: A Holiday to Remember
  • Author: Shiree McCarver
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 133
  • Format: ebook
  • Julia Payne is a professional photographer who lost her fianc in the 9 11 Attacks She believes in making the best of every moment by seizing every opportunity to experience the joys of life Brooding Japanese world renowned classical music conductor, Ikuya Yamane, plays Russian roulette with his life on the anniversary of his wife s death He s made a personal vow to nevJulia Payne is a professional photographer who lost her fianc in the 9 11 Attacks She believes in making the best of every moment by seizing every opportunity to experience the joys of life Brooding Japanese world renowned classical music conductor, Ikuya Yamane, plays Russian roulette with his life on the anniversary of his wife s death He s made a personal vow to never let what happened in his past happen again He s given each affair an expiration date Julia only has two months and he s out of there When Julia meets Ikuya Yamane after his benefit concert and he offers her heart stopping uncomplicated sex if she becomes his lover during the remaining New York Holiday concert season Harboring a secret crush she finds Ikuya an experience not to be missed When it ends Julia gets than A Holiday to Remember.

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      Published :2018-02-21T02:58:31+00:00

    1 thought on “A Holiday to Remember”

    1. This is an interracial romance story about a Japanese man and an African American woman. The story of Ikuya and Julia is certainly a beautiful love story between two very different people, not because of their race but because of the way the have chosen to live their lives.Maestro Ikuya Yamane is a world renown composer who lost his wife in a horrific car accident. Julia Payne is a famous photographer who lost her fiance from the 9-11 attacks. Two people who have in common the deaths of loved on [...]

    2. I loved this story. Its was very interesting and down to earth. While reading it I found it hard to put it down for even a second and in result ended up reading the whole thing in one day. My own critique is that since it's self published there are a few errors in grammar but it doesn't take away from the story. In the end they both get a holiday to remember.

    3. I don't really know why I enjoyed this book. From copy to plot, the entire thing was sorely in need of an editor. The execution was rushed and amatuerish. McCarver isn't the greatest writer ever, but I do think that she is a better writer than what she produces in A Holiday to Remember. It's a novella that should have been a novel. The plot was underdeveloped, and McCarver fell back on exposition to make up for the lack of actual storyline. All that said, the bones of the story were interesting, [...]

    4. I could not put this book down the story had me from the start but there are a few things that kept it from being a five star read. For one there were a few inconsistencies in the story and the proofing was not to the standard of some of the other books I've read by Ms. McCarver. The characters were great very human in their reactions and not overly romanticized.

    5. Um, well let's see I didn't hate the book I also didn't love it but it wasn't because it was bad it was simply because it was a little too predictable everything up until the last 10% I saw coming a mile away. So no long drawn out review Overall the book was a good read but predictable.

    6. this read very dramatic but manage to finish it. there is one quote that needed to be said that love conquer all.

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