I was excited about asexual lesbian romance The Facts and Legends of Callie Catwell featuring a dad with an eating disorder. In my review the excitement dies.
This is your typical YA novel but with an aroace main character.
The first being alright while the latter needs to happen way more often. I do have a slight problem with that rep though.
This novella has been updated by the author to tackle issues the queer community expressed about it.
There are many books I would have loved to discover sooner, a few I maybe should have read later – or not all.
When all hell literally breaks loose in Toronto and superstrength ghosts are unleashed on Wes and his friends, he and Hudson are thrown into a case unlike any they’ve seen before.
If you’re ever looking for a comfort read, this is it. Don’t expect me to be very coherent about this because it’s so fluffy I can’t believe it.
It’s one of those stories you end up really feeling with and cheering for the characters – and not just for them to get their heads out of their asses for fucks sake!
An ace romance without the being ace conflict.