Seriously. I found it exhausting to read, because everything felt kinda… like there was no spark. Which is especially sad if it’s a story about magic and the Fae.
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Their romance is also build on a long-ish friendship if you’re not counting the years they lost sight of each other and I’m a sucker for that.
I absolutely love the anxiety rep in this book but I couldn’t care less for the romance. So where does that leave me?
It’s been a while since I read This Is Not The End but just skimming through the passages I’ve marked… I fell in love again.
This is your typical YA novel but with an aroace main character.
The first being alright while the latter needs to happen way more often. I do have a slight problem with that rep though.
And there only is one bed.
Sue me but I like that trope if I am in the mood for a very predictable and sweet story. Throw in some enemies-to-lovers and I’m probably hooked.
One page in and I’m fighting tears. It’s a happy kind of suffering though.
I fell in love with Jenn Burke’s Not Dead Yet series, even though she absolutely broke me with it too. So of course I was more than excited to learn there was going to be a sequel series – and here is book number 1 of it.
This might be one of the worst insta love pairings I’ve encountered.
Whether you love Valentine’s Day or not it’s an excellent excuse to by more queer romance books.