And as far as I’ve gathered most readers enjoyed Dancing With Daddy very much, so I’m kinda the sore thump here but it’s not like this is the first time – won’t be the last either – and I stand by my opinion.
Ela@The Queer Bookish
Queer book blogger | twentysomething | employee at a German publishing house
A little bit later than anticipated but well worth the wait I’d say. Next week you can expect my review of Dancing With Daddy and I’m really excited to tell you about it. I do have to hint at the rep though, because we don’t only get a bi MC but also a pan MC.
Inspiration isn’t just waiting around the corner. It didn’t wait around the corner with this week’s prompt as well, but I managed to cross over in full blown embarrassment.
Just thinking about him and how he handles his aversion to touch makes me wanna abandon this review and reread the book instead.
I miss cozying up with a book and forgetting everything but the story.
So why not try to visualize the perfect setting for me to find my way back into my preferred way of escaping reality?
I really don’t know how I am supposed to write a coherent review of Vindicta when I’m still flailing, fangirling, and squealing over it three months after having it read.
I dreaded writing this review because I can’t say anything nice about it.
Since we’re all staying home as much as possible anyway, what better way to spend my time than to reread my favourite books? And if you don’t know these books now is your chance to spend some quality time with queer quarantine reading.
I’ve got a love-hate-relationship with this one, because I like the MC but this book really has some issues that I’m not okay with.
The things we hide at home is a kink-positive BDSM-themed MM Romance with a side order of Thriller. It has own-voices trans and queer representation.