An ace romance without the being ace conflict.
I’ve got a love-hate-relationship with this one. I’ve got a special treat for you though!
Closer Quarter’s take on vampires is a new one for me and I really liked it.
I have to say, the choices were really, really terrifying at times.
The portrayed therapy is a huge bonus point to me, because therapy sessions aren’t that often portrayed in books.
Both Morgan and Val are interesting characters with their own quirks and faults, something which makes this romance very believable.
It reminded me a little of Transformed: San Francisco to be honest. You probably shouldn’t read those two without some time in between.
Review: Oneman Show: The Life of Bernard Perlin: The Life and Art of Bernard Perlin by Michael Schreiber
But then this biography really starts and I had fun reading it. I liked how it is rather a dialogue then some guy writing about another guy.
The first third is so fucking good! McFadyen at his best. So gruesome and shocking and so very believable. Seriously, I wouldn’t be surprised if something like that would be real somewhere.
I think Gray belongs to my top ten book characters, I simply can’t get enough of him.