Honestly this is really good story even though there are some errors they are tolerable (to me at least). The plot is interesting and engrossing I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys sweet romance and a more modern background
College type of romance; interesting though with many characters which was a bit confusing but overall good. The writing quality and story development are really good. Highly recommend it. Great work author.
At this point where I read, it is still too early to say much, but the beginning looks promising. I have a feeling that it will develop into a good romance. There's a bit of uni life and entertainment going on. So exciting!
Although I enjoy the interaction between the characters, I think that there are too many characters. It was hard for me to keep up since it's only the beginning. Other than that, this is a rather pleasant read.
Not your ideal romance story.. but still engrossing. Different is what makes it wanna read. The plot is good starting in a college romance and writing is also flawless, with a few minor glitches here & there. But the smooth flow of story make up for it.
If you are into youth love romance, then this is your cup of tea! Keep writing 👍
I have read few chapters but I must say your details are very precise. The way you depict characters and scene is really great. The story is yet to unfold for me but I am really liking it as it is a different story, set in a college backdrop.
One suggestion- too many characters in 1st chapter make it difficult to grasp who is who. But maybe that's just me.
Keep up the good work. Cheers !!!
This is your not your typical love story but with hints of comedy induced in it. Overall a light hearted romance.
The plot is good but yet to develop. As for the world design and character development, we have full of those here. The story progresses nicely as evident from 15 chapters published.
Well, if you are into different type of romance, this is very well your cup of tea!
This review is part of a review swap and valid as of chapter 15.
It looks like the beginning of a university romance, and a story about the entertainment industry. The balance act of keeping these two stories together as well as apart doesn't alway pan out even though the main character is the very bridge between the stories.
The main reason it feels a little disjointed is that the university part is very light hearted with lots of bantering between girls, a group date, the most popular boy in school, or in this case university, and all that. Basically a perfect setup for a romcom. Then we have a much darker story about actors, or at least the beginning of such a story.
I may be wrong, which I hope I am, and this contrast ends up working perfectly well, but as of chapter fifteen it doesn't.
With two stories for the price of one we have an abundance of characters. To be more exact there are characters strewn around in every corner, and more often than not there not enough space so you have more than one character in one corner. As of now there are more named characters than chapters, and it leaves me stunned with confusion.
Apart from non standard dialogue tags it's a very pleasant read. Sure, the story wavers a little between third person limited point of view and its omniscient counterpart, but there's not all that much head hopping.
When the story finally settles down and finds its own pace, let's say some twenty chapters down the line, we'll know for certain where this is going. We don't yet, because while fifteen chapters would normally see us past the beginning, when you have two stories we're still firmly in the beginning, and a few characters are effectively still being introduced.
Now for the stars.
Writing: Five stars. A few few glitches here and there, but not enough to yank a star.
Updates: Five stars. Fifteen chapters more or less mass updated.
Story: Four stars. Mostly because the two stories yet have to settle into one. Add that we're thrown dual sets of flashbacks and back story. I'm yanking a star due to the disruption this causes. However, each story flows perfectly well standing alone.
Character: Four stars. I'm swamped with names, humungous numbers of names, and they barely have a chance to get a personalitiy each. It's going to take a long time to flesh them all out. I believe they eventually will, but for now I'm yanking a star.
World: Four stars. The little there is is drowned in characters. It's not a lack of places, but they're just that -- places. A dorm room, a computer hardware store and an office. Oh, there's a somewhere where an audition is held, a nondescript outside of the university, and they go drinking somewhere. I'm tempted to yank two stars, but I'll settle for one. The setting definitely needs some work.
Lastly, since this is a pleasant read I suggest you give it a shot if you're into a romance with a huge cast of supporting cast. It could very well turn out a gem, and if not -- it was still a pleasant read to find out.
Hey guys! This novel is entered in #56 Sweet Love Story. I felt like trying my hand at a more lighthearted romance rather than drama, as I enjoy these kinds more. Please enjoy!
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