And I know that sounds harsh, but it truly feels that way for me. I actually dreaded writing this review because I don’t have anything nice to say about Create a Life to Love.
Ela@The Queer Bookish
Queer book blogger | twentysomething | employee at a German publishing house
Enemies to lovers is so often done rather quickly and I’m left wondering where the actual being-enemies-part went.
I mean, I was warned. I was warned more than once and I thought I was prepared.
I thought wrong.
I’ve got a few things planned and I’m excited to work on and as The Queer Bookish.
When Dan approached me with a request to read and review The Things That Come I was very excited. It’s so very important to portray diversity in literature und Dan’s book promises quite a lot of diverse characters.
So if a book blurb starts like that you can be sure I’ll be very interested.
Honestly? I don’t know. But fear not I’m not giving up this blog. I just want to change it up a litte, make it better.
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