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I think it was wonderful. It’s a sci fi romantic story that leaves u with a smile in ur face after taking u through a marathon of emotions. Its about this woman who wakes up in another era to find that not only scientific appliances had changed but to some extent people have changed too. It’s a nice feel good story and any women specially working women can identify with the heroine. The conflict and hardship in her workplace was portrayed dramatically but what will take ur breath away was the description of the future. It was fantastic ! the uncertainty in the heroines mind after she woke up , the finding out, the rush, the conspiracies, betrayals, the miraculous climax and the new troubles cropping up just as u thought that ur heroine is finally free of it all will leave u gasping and throbbing with excitement !
But personally I thought that the best part of it was the budding love story of the two most unlikely couple. The story becomes more enjoyable as the author paints rather writes the scenes and I think if u want to read something good on ur offday, or as u finish the days work to sit with a good book and a cup of coffee for quality time .. this will be ur book. - posted by Mouri on 9/17/07
This is a provocative romance novel. The many science fiction elements are finely woven together into a fantastic tale. The main character, a dissatisfied yet highly successful 39-year-old career woman, Branewyne Parker quickly shares her latest romantic misadventure and her ongoing work related issues. This modern woman, nicknamed Brandy, is about to embark on her weird journey into the future on New Year’s Eve. At a boring party, we met her best friend Dr. Nancy Thorgood who is trying to describe her latest scientific cryonics breakthrough in her lab. Unfortunately, Brandy is only half listening to Nancy’s technique. After a horrific car accident, Brandy awakens with a perfect yet younger body in the year 2078 compliments of cryonics and cloning.
The characters and situations are very believable in both eras. This is a tribute to the author’s skill at blending the medical science discussions, rehabilitation methods, and unethical decisions into a fast paced mysterious story. Readers will enjoy following Brandy’s adventures in the middle of the twenty-first century as Detective Harris, a stock character, investigates her. Now she is a proverbial duck out of water with old-fashioned ideas, values, and traits dealing with a truly liberated and equal society.
There is also a lot of humor used to develop the romantic relationship with Brandy and Dr. Grey Brentwood. Fortunately, the romantic encounters between Brandy and Grey are well written in order to reflect their cherished love.
This is a quick read just perfect for reading while on vacation. Reviewed by: Andrea Weinberger on May 29, 2007; excerpted from http://bookreview4you.blogspot.com/2007/05/formerly-brandewyne.html This review is also located on bookreview.com 
This read is great for those of us who like futuristic romances. Personally this is the third time i have read this story and i cannot seem to stop reading it, it just gets better each and every time that i read it. Reveiwed by Sorionz on July 7, 2008.
Great book, I love Brandy's character! Amazing blending of sci-fi and romance, and the future technologies. Reviewed by Daniella. Excerpted from weread.com
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