Description: A couple adopts a depressed hedgehog; a stranger shows up, claiming to be the father of a girl’s imaginary friend; a woman kidnaps her ex-husband’s turtle; a family is evicted from their home, but was it ever really theirs? Heartbreaking and hilarious, the eight stories of Einstein’s Beach House […]
I have a thing for time travelling: the possibilities, the danger of altering the past and therefore your own present…
If I had to summarize this book, I wouldn’t hesitate one second: UST.
This book doesn’t go the easy way. It is very realistic and doesn’t skimp over the ‘yucky’ parts.
I liked how subspace was handled (especially the sub drop part of the story) and how the dom’s side is featured as well.
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.
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.