But then. Oh but then. I really loved the dynamic between Tonya and Haley.
Ela@The Queer Bookish
Queer book blogger | twentysomething | employee at a German publishing house
I love how they both talk about this though. Communication is so damn important in every relationship.
And I thought I still do, but… somehow I don’t anymore.
Like… YOU DO NOT ASK A REVIEWER TO NOT PUBLISH THEIR REVIEW IF IT’S GOING TO BE A “BAD” REVIEWS.
If you’re looking for a nice, sexy read for your break at work, this is it.
Just a quick heads up from a tired blogger: I’ll be at Leipziger Buchmesse/ Leipzig Book Fair on Friday and Saturday. I never attended that one (only the one in Frankfurt), so I’m very excited. Well, I would be excited if that were my 10th time as well, so… Anyway. […]
No, this is a story about recovery. And it’s a good one, a hopeful one.
Is Emily O’Beirne even capable of writing a book I do not like?
Plot twist! would be a great way to sum this one up. I did not expect this. Not at all.
No, seriously, I can’t tell you a lot about this book because it’s seems to be only about fucking.