Mestiza Blood is a collection of short stories centered on horror and erotica, with a dash of sci-fi. Given the theme, I was really looking forward to reading it.
Did you know Iceland is in my top Countries I’d Like To Move To As Soon As I Get The Chance list? Thing is, I’ve been dreaming of leaving my homeland since I was a little girl, and maybe, just maybe, the time has come now.
Lights and shadows for Falling for the Competition, a cute YA romance with Quinn, a history buff, as the main character.
This is going to be a mini-review rather than a regular one. Why? Because I caught the plague of the millennium right after shelving London’s Great Railway Stations, the protected copy expired while I dealt with it, and that means I have to rely on memory now.
Kane crafted an interesting story here, full of twists and turns. We know from the start who’s the killer, and we can figure out the hows and the whys in a little while, but at the same time, we have to deal with an unreliable narrator.
No Ex Before Marriage is a cute, heart-warming story. Just what I needed as I recover (not yet there, but almost).
First of all, Towndrow has an amazing grasp of his prose. It’s funny, it’s witty, it’s hilarious in places and it’s also quite serious if need be. I have to say I’m blown away by it.
J.P. O’Connell does a pleasant job in that department. The descriptions and the mannerisms are accurate and historically on-point. There isn’t even any mistake in the sentences spoken in Italian, which is worthy of a full star in itself
That Certain Spark is a delight. It’s also my first five stars of the year because it’s that good. I mean, I’m sorry I read it during trying times, as I’m sure I would have enjoyed it even more if I was 100% functional.
Once again, I jumped headfirst into a series, uncaring of the previous installments. To be fair, I always had such an inclination, but I thought I could control myself better in my old age, right? Right. Anyway!