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Unforgettable, My Love Has Come Along by [Bryan, Ann Marie]
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Kindle Edition, 23 Aug 2012
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Length: 267 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
Page Flip: Enabled Language: English

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Two paths, destined to cross. Friendship, faith and love are intertwined in ways neither could have imagined… even with miles between them.

Annalisa Jones still entertained the possibility of marriage, a new chapter in her life. It has been a long wait but she trusts God. When Annalisa least expects it, love calls softly to usher in an intriguing new era. There is no denying the mutual attraction between her and Orane Conway. Sparks flew! In fact, Annalisa fell in love with him before meeting him. In her extraordinary journey, Annalisa develops the courage to follow the convictions of her heart and discovers the joys and benefits of having a Godly partner.

Unforgettable, My Love Has Come Along takes you behind the scenes to witness the challenges and victories of Annalisa’s remarkable journey from singleness to her amazing wedding day. Prepare to be taken on an emotional yet humorous journey as this exciting romantic adventure unfolds.

This contemporary love story, set in Florida and Jamaica, is sure to inspire and charm readers, drawing them in deeper with every page and leaving them hungering for more.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 691 KB
  • Print Length: 267 pages
  • Publisher: Victorious By Design, LLC (23 August 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0091NR6XQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars not worth my time 14 December 2012
By leftyjewel - Published on
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I started reading this book with great expectations but was soon disappointed. The characters were shallow and not well developed. The story was not believable and it jumped from moment to moment too much--very disconnected. I never got a true sense of who the people were or what motivated them.

I did not find the couple to connect well enough for the concerns over keeping purity that came up later in the book. It just seemed to be thrown in there to try to add a sexual tension to the story. And while we are on that subject, it is unrealistic to believe that just because a Christian couple waits until marriage that they must be constantly struggling in that area. In my own courtship many years ago, my husband and I loved each other deeply and looked forward to marriage, but were content to wait for that season in our lives.

All in all, this was a shallow story that needed a lot more work before being published.
3.0 out of 5 stars Christ is first in all things 30 January 2017
By SGRho soror - Published on
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Charming story about Annalisa and Orane. Both are single devoted to the cause of Christ Christians who are single. Annalisa has a sister who lives in their homeland of Jamaica. Harriet has been trying to get her younger sister married. Orane is an acquaintance of Harriet who is looking for a wife. Harriet gives Orane her sister's number. At firs,t Annalisa is not too fond of them ever talking. However, the two find out in their mutual devotion to Christ they have a lot in common.
Follow them on their journey that has them making discoveries about themselves and each other. At times, the relationship seems to be moving very fast. At, times they seem to be on different paths.
Enjoyable but needs more emotion and romance. I love this author but this is an early work that is not as polished as her later stories.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Rather simplistic and poorly written 14 December 2012
By Silver - Published on
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I enjoy a good, clean romance that is well written and realistic at the same time. This book did not deliver. The dialogue between the two characters, Orane and Anna, was overly simplistic, cliche, and there was an excessive use of exclamation point. It just didn't feel genuine. The characters were poorly developed as well.

I do like the message of the book that God's timing is perfect and that He knows exactly what He is doing, BUT again the poor quality of the writing distracted from that message at times.
1.0 out of 5 stars Frustrating to read and not worth it 21 March 2013
By R. Emrath - Published on
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I understand this is loosely based off the authors life, but as it's written as a work of fiction I'll treat it as such. Spoiler alert btw.

-I don't believe there is a single contraction in the entire book. This makes it tedious to read and unlike normal conversation.
-There are also too many characters introduced as the book progresses. Just mentioning a character and what their relationship is to the protagonist pollutes the book and weighs it down to no specific end. These characters played no real role and most only appeared once making no real contribution.
-The book is meant to be very centered on Christ, yet a divorced man is extolled as Godly without any explanation as to how the reader is to reconcile his divorced status to his apparent desire to follow Christ.
-Prayer is a central theme, and the engagement ring is prayed over, but a politician who has no regard for Christianity and the life of the unborn seems to be admired.
-I suffered through the entire book to the end and still have no clue why the groom, who owns his own business in Jamaica, and the bride, who appears to be a "normal" part of a workforce won't be together in the same country. It seems that they will be waiting on the groom to gain access to Florida, but if she's from Jamaica, why is she not returning? It would certainly simplify things and it makes no sense that a successful businessman would shut down his business to follow his wife (not the head of the household mind you) to maintain her mediocre job. The author may have mentioned it, but if that's the case I completely missed it and it was never referenced again.
-Finally, the entire scene where the at the time boyfriend tells her he wants to call it quits (there is no commitment at this point) then is upset because she doesn't fight for the relationship is ludicrous. If there has been no commitment made and an individual says they are through, normal people respect that. If she was supposed to fight for the relationship you're going to have to develop the relationship more to a point of an understood commitment before she should be expected to "fight for it".

The book has potential but it's almost painful to read through at this point.
2.0 out of 5 stars Pedestrian with political posturing 13 January 2013
By ChristianFictionFan419 - Published on
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Disclaimer:I never made it through the book! I got about 20% through and couldn't take it any longer. The characters and dialogue were flat and lifeless. One example is the joking between the sisters and the ensuing description of their hilarious laughter the author felt necessary to include, probably because it was not actually funny. There were plenty of other examples of stunted and pedestrian dialogue, too many to list. The part where I had to stop reading was when the two main characters decided to converse on the merits and skills of Barack Obama. Regardless of whether one supports a political figure or not, I can find better ways to spend my time than listening to two fictional character extol the virtues of said figure. Overall, the book was just BLAH!