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The Girl in the Box

The Girl in the Box Amirilla Asteras has a long distant relationship with Ganth a man she s never seen but who has wormed his way into her heart Unfortunately Ganth is a Gaian man must attach to a woman who is whole an

  • Title: The Girl in the Box
  • Author: JanetMiller
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 465
  • Format: ebook
  • Amirilla Asteras has a long distant relationship with Ganth, a man she s never seen, but who has wormed his way into her heart Unfortunately Ganth is a Gaian man must attach to a woman who is whole and healthy, and Ammi has been confined to a box like wheelchair all of her life She knows her misshaped legs should keep them apart but Ganth has his own plans for the girl iAmirilla Asteras has a long distant relationship with Ganth, a man she s never seen, but who has wormed his way into her heart Unfortunately Ganth is a Gaian man must attach to a woman who is whole and healthy, and Ammi has been confined to a box like wheelchair all of her life She knows her misshaped legs should keep them apart but Ganth has his own plans for the girl in the box Should be read after Promised to Keep

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    1. Should really be read AFTER Promises to Keep to keep with the chronological storyline.I really liked this although I thought it was way too short at 56 pages. I loved the heroine - spunky gal who doesn't let her disability get in the way of living. (Her scene with the General is priceless) I also loved that the hero knew all about her disability (unbeknownst to her) and didn't give a fig!3.5 stars

    2. This short story is remarkably well-written. World building in science fiction can be vague especially for quick reads, but Girl in the Box had the perfect amount of detail.I love Ammi. She's strong and independent, but also self-conscious, which I can definitely relate to. I love that she's not helpless, even though she's disabled. She's able to get around perfectly fine, even when a crash breaks her chair.Ganth well, his heart's in the right place, I guess. He genuinely loves Ammi, and he's fr [...]

    3. I liked this. It was short and sweet.Set in outer space.The heroine has a birth defect wich means she cant use her legs,causing her to use a box like device (henche the title) to get around.She works at a space station where spaceships dock.She started to talk with a young gaian man via the intercom and has come to look forward to his company.One day he asks to meet her,but he is afraid to destroy their relationship by revealing that she is disable and he also couldnt meet her because his people [...]

    4. This short novelette whet my appetite for more of this authorNOPSISStory is about a budding romance between a lonely girl who works the graveyard shift on a space station and a man on a freighter that routinely docks at her station. They have talked for a long time, but have agreed not see each other on the view screen.They have secrets. (It's so short and heck even full price it's like a buck - so BUY IT and find out the secret!) I enjoy a good sci-fi romance. As for where is the rest of it, as [...]

    5. I first took this little read as a straight up piece of romantic science fiction, and as such it is a very cute story of "True Love" wins.Then it came to me that in this day and with the technology we now have, many more couples are making their first connections on line, progressing to video chats and finally, face to face contact.There is, of course, no guaranteed instant connection, but it could be the modern digital equivalent to "Love at first glance".Ya think?

    6. Loved it! Short and sweet and the perfect appetizer for more from this author. I really liked that the main character, Ammi, was not perfect, perfect hair, perfect smile, perfect body. Instead, she had a significant physical disability that left her unable to walk but she functioned in life JUST FINE! Kudos to Ms Miller for including a 'differently' abled heroine in her story.

    7. I had no idea what this story was about when I got it--it was a freebie on -- but I am glad I grabbed it. This was a really cute story and I'd recommend it to anyone who likes romances, young adult romances, science fiction romances, etc. It was a fast read, but the characters were interesting, as was the world, and I enjoyed it.

    8. Little bit of bad spotI thought this book was the best I could have for fantasy and for love is the perfect book that you could ever think about getting and reading I would love to read more about him and more about everything else I really enjoyed this book I really really enjoyed it thank you very much

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