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Reviewed by Rebecca S Winner for Readers' Favorite
Inspiring Love by Nadine C. Keels is actually three stories in one collection. In Come to Yourself, Mr. Jones, a famous musician meets Krystal, a woman who reminds him that he is a real person instead of the persona that he has exhibited to the world. This is a Cinderella-type story, with Krystal entrancing him and then disappearing. In The “She” Stands Alone, Sheridan struggles with being single, after having been dumped by her college sweetheart. Sheridan does not realize that Eugene, the young man across the street, is smitten with her. The setting for Eminence is a mythical place. A young girl named Ahnna nurses a man named Ikenna who is wounded in a war of revolution.
Inspiring Love's three stories each stood well alone. In Come to Yourself, Mr. Jones, I was fascinated by Krystal, wondering why she was in the bar and why she had been anticipating meeting Mitchell. These were both likable characters. I enjoyed the fact that this collection had some humor. In The “She” Stands Alone, I laughed at the antics of Eugene. The customs of the mythological setting in Eminence were intriguing. I enjoyed the interaction between Ahnna and her adoptive parents and between Ikenna and the people from his estate. I would read more books by Nadine C. Keels.