Book Reviews of Fate (Love Spectrum Romance)

Fate (Love Spectrum Romance)
Fate - Love Spectrum Romance
Author: Pamela Leigh Starr
ISBN-13: 9781885478740
ISBN-10: 1885478747
Publication Date: 10/1999
Pages: 222
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Love Spectrum
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Fate (Love Spectrum Romance) on
Helpful Score: 1
FATE is a well-written contemporary romance that centers on the problems confronting an interracial couple trying to cement their commitment to one another. The story line is simple yet works because the lack of embellishment allows the audience to understand the ramifications impacting an interracial couple.
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Helpful Score: 1
This charming story of two people who, to outsiders, might appear to be too different to fall in love. In actuality, they are able to establish a very strong bond because of similar needs, values, ideals, and attraction to each other.
Pamela Leigh Starr explores the universal theme of predestined love and romance but spices it up with the element of two races coming together and falling in love. The story line is straight forward, as it describes what happens when two attractive, intelligent, well-educated people meet and are able to see beyond the superficiality of the different skin colors and respond to the love they feel. The story is well written, and the theme is handled with delicacy and tact.
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Book starts off as a great read but towards the middle it gets a little muddled. All together an okay read.
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This is a cute story of two people who keep running into each other. Actually 3 times in the same day. Finally, they introduce themselves and the story takes off from there. You have the obligatory family member who objects to an interracial couple but it was minor. A nice read.