Review: Pisces Hooks Taurus by Anyta Sunday

Quick Info
Pisces Hooks Taurus

  • Series: Signs of Love
    book 4 (works as Standalone)
  • Genre: Contemporary, Romance
  • Trigger Warnings: None
  • Rating: 5/5 Stars

Blurb
Pisces Hooks Taurus

It’s a time for searching, and a time for finding, Pisces: keep casting your line and you will hook what you’re looking for.

Zane has it all planned out: land the perfect Meet Cute, fall in love, and live happily ever after.
Should be simple enough if he put his mind to it. A little creativity and some thinking outside of the box, and voila, he’d be married to the woman of his dreams.
It would be perfect.
And it would be before his visa ran out.

But why are his feelings running wild now that the pressure’s on? Why is his picture-perfect plan turning into a muddled mess of morphed metaphors he can’t make sense of anymore?

Just as well he’s met an English professor to help. And even though their first meet is anything but cute, this down-to-earth teacher may just be the realist Zane needs to ground him and give him a shot at love after all.

Don’t cast your line too wide, Pisces. Your perfect catch may already have bitten.

The Queer’s Review

I love love love this series!

Because of personal reasons I love Scorpio Hates Virgo best (that I will talk about in a review after rereading it) but Pisces Hooks Taurus is a close second.

I think this might be the most fun and light-hearted one? At least for now. The characters’ chemistry is so strong and thanks to this book my love for words and languages got stronger than ever.

I especially enjoyed Becky. And his journaling. I actually got my old journal out of my shelf because of him. I would love to wax poetic about him and Zane but I can’t without spoilering you.

So go and read Pisces Hooks Taurus and then come talk to me about it! I can tell you that there’s fluff, fun, and fucking perfect wordplay as foreplay here.

Bookish Thoughts

If you’re only able to buy three books this month? Consider putting this on your list.

Disclaimer

I received a free copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you.  

 
 
Diversity: LGBTQIA+ (m/m, bisexual character)
 
 
 
 

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