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Hope Freed, UK
3.0 out of 5 starsAnother mismatched pair…
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 1, 2016
This is perfectly competently written, free of grammatical and spelling errors; it just didn’t engage my heart. I didn’t connect with Ash and Carrie and didn’t particularly care for their predicament. And Rachel Spangler does like her mismatched pairs; Ash and Carrie in this being about as wrong for each other as Joey and Elaine (seemed to me to be) in another of the author’s books, “Lovelife”. I realise I’m going against the mass view here but sorry, it’s just my opinion…
4.0 out of 5 starsAnother excellent story from Rachel Spangler.
Reviewed in Australia on October 13, 2016
I'm a sucker for a story where a "player" falls the serious gal. But Ms Spangler has added a twist to this familiar tale. As always she writes am engaging well paced story of love. One can't help but fall in love as well with her characters.
I thoroughly loved reading Learning Curve. Although this is the Author's first book, I can imagine that it wont be the last one that graces my bookshelves. The Author displays an honest and true talent. Her (Spangler's) description of the camping weekend took me back to my days in the Girl Scouts and I could almost imagine myself putting the tents up and singing around the campfire. Very engaging and accurate. I particularly liked the fact that Spangler used the elderly lesbian as the protector of the younger, misunderstood Tess. The fact that this 'matriach' of the lesbian community was living a perceived, well respected life amoung a community where religious prejudice and misunderstanding is prevelant, was a simple, yet empowering twist. I jumped with glee as I imagined the realisation in Tess' mother's eyes. The character and relationship development were realistic, intricate and kept me on the edge of my seat. My warm, happy and cosy endorphines flowed freely while I read along.