Die for love
First of all I liked the effort that the author put into the book. It takes a lot of effort, time and determination to not just start a story but to finish it.
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Second of all, there were a lot of grammatical and spelling errors which can be fixed with a few edits but the author's writing style can be improved.
Last but not the least, there were a few things in the book that bothered me a bit. The book started from Annie being chased by a crazy stalker but ends with John fighting Son Lee to marry Karie. I don't know whether to base the story on Annie's experience or Karie's experience. The two plots could have been deeply covered in two different books. That way more details from Annie's past could have been covered.
Since the title of the book is Die for Love, I assume the book to be based on Karie. In that case vivid details about Annie's abduction and her emotions shouldn't have been mentioned and instead Karie and John's story could have been covered. Annie's pov is unnecessary.
I found it very cliche yet impractical how John fell in love with Karie. I know they were good friends when they were young but someone cannot just fall in LOVE with a person whom they had last seen years ago. It just doesn't seem practical.
It seemed very impractical when the whole world literally bent for John's love. His bosses let him leave the company for love, a martial arts expert offered to train him so that he could win a match for his love. He literally defeated a person who had practiced martial arts for years with just 12 days of training. It's like seeing the world with rose coloured glasses.
Though the plot of the story was cliché, the author has potential. With practice and experience your work can become even better and you might even end up being famous. I wish the author good luck for his future books 😊.