For Old and New Times’ Sake

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2 reviews for For Old and New Times’ Sake

  1. Redrabbitt

    I really wanted to like this second chance romance story. It has likable characters, Kayla Rhodes and Antonio Morrison that meet during their second half of their senior year of high school in 1995. The first 30% of the story takes place in 1995, senior year at Los Angeles High School; then the story picks up in 2005 and their 20th-year high school reunion. It’s a good story overall, and could have been a great story without the cutesy lingo and some of the scenarios. i.e., A military career to retirement is 20 years and yet in the story, he claims to be retired from the military that he went into in 1995 but retired in 2014, a year before their 20th reunion.
    The plot kept me captivated, but the dialog was over-the-top at being unrealistic with phrases and comments that just did not work in the story and, in the end, made it seem silly and lose credibility.

  2. Redrabbitt

    I really wanted to like this second chance romance story. It has likable characters, Kayla Rhodes and Antonio Morrison that meet during their second half of their senior year of high school in 1995. The first 30% of the story takes place in 1995, senior year at Los Angeles High School; then the story picks up in 2005 and their 20th-year high school reunion. It??s a good story overall, and could have been a great story without the cutesy lingo and some of the scenarios. i.e., A military career to retirement is 20 years and yet in the story, he claims to be retired from the military that he went into in 1995 but retired in 2014, a year before their 20th reunion.
    The plot kept me captivated, but the dialog was over-the-top at being unrealistic with phrases and comments that just did not work in the story and, in the end, made it seem silly and lose credibility.

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