Beautiful and Perfectly Pictured
The very talented author has her wondrously unique style in writing. She is a paragon to aspiring writers (including myself) when it comes to selecting words and knowing how to use them for the readers' satisfaction. The writing is like music, if you ask me. Conjured in my head was a picture — beautiful in how emotions were weaved into it — that seemed perfect to me without the author writing in a monotonous way or being too detailed. However, I rate the plot four stars because there are only two chapters published so far, and Empatheticus, you must show some remarkableness with the plot (which I'm sure you will). What I mean is, either you makes the story cliché in a super good way that doesn't get readers dropping the book, but rather draw them more to it, or... you create a plot that shows one-of-a-kind skills in making it (if you know what I mean, sorry, don't know how else to explain it), which, in my opinion, romance can be the most challenging genre for sometimes.
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