Loving Violet

by LA_writesXx

Original ONGOING Drama Romance Tragedy Female Lead Male Lead Multiple Lead Characters
Warning This fiction contains:
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He was everything all at once.
She made him loose his mind and find himself...

When a girl runs into world renowned CEO at his favorite coffee shop, he never thought that his life would change so much.

Everything is not always as perfect as it seems and sometimes life has a way of screwing up your plans, I guess life has a funny way of doing the unexpected, maybe that's for the best though...

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"I wouldn't be much of a gentleman if I let you pay now would I?"

What the hell is wrong with me? I'm never this chivalrous... who kidnapped me and replaced me with this idiot?

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John Dovey
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 It's refreshing to find something slightly different on RR. This is clearly a story from a new author, but it's clear she has taken the time to work on her craft and get things right.  The grammar is good, allowing for suspension of disbelief with no jarring errors to make the reader drop out of the story. 
min only the first two chapters, it's clear that the author is working on building her characters. It's probably the weakest part of the story, but the improvement can already be seen.

the story itself has caught my attention, making me speculate about the direction it's going to take and look forward to the adventures that are clearly going to open up to the MC. 
There are, unfortunately, not LitRPG elements, but who knows?

 

I would encourage you to read the story and to encourage the author. All new talent deserves to be nurtured to ensure an o growing crop of new stories, and this author has the potential to produce good ones.