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.
And I really love Jess’ POV because her emotions are just a mess. Years ago she grieved her husband, but got up and made a life for herself.
Because seriously… This huge-rough-on-the-outside-but-so-very-gentle-on-the-inside-red-teddy-bear has taken my reader’s heart within a few sentences.
I was so very excited, because Ice Hockey, fake relationship turning real, and a female pairing – I mean, what’s not to love? Apparently a lot.
But there are enough in Eight Kinky Nights and for that I am thankful. Definitely sad too because having to be thankful that you or parts of yourself are being represented in a good and healthy way is not okay.
Kid Boise paints a wonderful journey through teenage emotions, feelings, fears. He doesn’t shy away from truly awkward situations and he reflects what lies behind the actions.
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.
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.
Now, Lach is crashing back into Thanatos’s life, dragging him into an adventure that could save the world . . . or kill them both.