- Title: Lightning Strikes Twice
- Author: Erik Schubach
- ISBN: null
- Page: 253
- Format: Kindle Edition
Returning home to Seattle from a twenty year absence in London Victoria discovers that time has not erased her feelings for an unrequited love It soon becomes obvious that with true love, lightning can sometimes strike twice This is set in the same world as Music of the Soul but is a standalone book.
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3.5 to 4-ish It was nice but I felt like some dialogues were repetitive. I mean, more than one character noticed this thing about one character. I get it and it doesn't need to be repeated every once in a while or is that a blatant hint of a standalone involving :) I also got a bit annoyed with the abundance of Vicky's favourite line 'I'd so make an awesome (blank)'. I enjoyed Mia's and Abbey & Sam's part of the story. Missy is adorably crass as usual. haha Vicky is sweet but I get tired jus [...]
I was leery of reading a lesbian story written by a man. And I think I was right to be. There was no chemistry between the two MCs. I found that I really didn't care if they got together or not. The story was just okay. But the massive amount of repeat errors and run-on sentences was VERY annoying.
HomecomingHomecomingAs usual Erik has brought a smile to my face and laughter to my soul. I had been waiting for the story of Victoria and Mia with anticipation and was not disappointed but for one itsy bitsy fact, it ended too soon. Vicky has been one of my favorites with her quirkiness and loving heart and to finally have her story told along with the love of her life Mia, was wonderful and funny all in one.I really enjoyed the characters in the Music of the Soul books and hope there will be m [...]
"And I love you Mia Jessica Jacobs."Her eyes went wide and she said softly, with awe tingling her voice, "There it is again. that defeaning whisper."*cues crying*Now, don't judge me if I jumped to Lightning Strikes Twice already, skipping the rest of the series. You could't really blame me, after that ending of A Defeaning Whisper. (view spoiler)[Nowwww, Ican't wait to start reading Abbey and Sam's story, I guess I spoiled myself by reading this first, but I don't care, I really love Vee, Mia an [...]
I was given this in return for an honest review by Inked Rainbow Reads.I really enjoyed this quick read. It was very heartfelt and I enjoyed the eccentricities of each character. Despite the story being fairly short, the author was able to give a pretty well rounded background and was thoughtful in how each character was developed.The friendship that was between Vicky, Mia and Vee was the type of friendship that survives, despite distance, time and tragedy. Even after 20 years, their bond of fri [...]
Was not disappointed, I love all of his books and the fact that they all are connected in a way is something that I love. I thought this books was so romantic and I', so happy that Vicky and Mia got together even though I loved her with Vee, it was nice that they got together in the end.
I wish I could rate it higher than five stars. This was my favorite book of the series so far.
Victoria Davenport and Mia Jacobs from A Deafening Whisper meet again after 20 years and Lightening definitely strikes
Awesomeloved this book. the beginning took to long but that's just because I wanted to get to the part where they meet again. second favorite book by this author so far. :)
This book is the kind of story where after reading, it makes you feel warm. I love Vicky and Mia, and watching the journey they find their way to each other.
no matter the age we all run in some form. have that one thing that we can not let go. this book showed this brilliantly you write wonderfully. great read. love all so far in your series.
Bringing together two long lost loves, bringing for the angst and fear of their separation. The morality or at least wisdom of getting involved when your not sure if its the right thing to do.
☆ Lightning Strikes Twice || ✓ PDF Read by ½ Erik Schubach 253 Erik Schubach
Title: ☆ Lightning Strikes Twice || ✓ PDF Read by ½ Erik Schubach