I liked how subspace was handled (especially the sub drop part of the story) and how the dom’s side is featured as well.
Ela@The Queer Bookish
Queer book blogger | twentysomething | employee at a German publishing house
Don’t get me wrong, I liked the flashbacks to the characters’ childhood and how they fell in love.
And I was really surprised how badly werewolves – or at least Gee – hear.
Even though the theme is a difficult one, it’s an amusing read. I smirked more than once.
I was ready to post the following discussion days ago and then some things happened and I felt like I was forced to rewrite it. Okay, so that sounds way more dramatic than it is… Anyway, thing is I filled out this form to be added to the Indie Book […]
Have you read Me before you by Jojo Moyes? If not, maybe this will change your mind. Sometimes it even seemed like a relief to him that there was someone prepared to be rude to him, to contradict him or tell him he was being horrible. I got the feeling […]
As always this meme is hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. Go and take a look at their blog! I am not really into auto-buying… There are some I buy without checking but mostly those are new books in a series I’m liking, so that doesn’t really count. Thriller/Crime […]
I love the fake relationship trope (we all have our guilty pleasures)
George really struggles with this, because Matthew is a really nice man but the evidence piles up…
The thing I noticed the most is, how… childlike the children are.