Her way of inventing and handling magic fits perfectly into that setting and it even isn’t something that has been done many times before. In a way, it feels realistic too and I wouldn’t be that surprised if it actually were true.
The description of Simon’s anxiety and how it compares to being shy hit me in the fucking heart and soul.
Just thinking about him and how he handles his aversion to touch makes me wanna abandon this review and reread the book instead.
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.
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.
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.
It’s so rough but so poetic at the same time.
Every once in a while you come across a book that sounds kinda interesting but you don’t know if you should really read it.