To be fair, even though I would LOVE to have a man like Nick..well he was just a bit too, to freaking perfect. I mean he cleaned her place, he cooks,To be fair, even though I would LOVE to have a man like Nick..well he was just a bit too, to freaking perfect. I mean he cleaned her place, he cooks, takes care of her. Gods, if I would not have to do that and read instead, sigh, happy times. Still...to perfect. I must have issues when I would love to have a man like that but at the same time not. But maybe it was more his macho I will take care of you ways. Clean, just do not be too bossy. Yes, that would work.
Oh, I should talk about the story too? But I was thinking of my dream man! Never mind.
Rosalie is a workaholic with a boyfriend she feels meh about.
Nick is one of NYs most eligible bachelors and loves them, and leaves them.
They meet, have fun, suddenly they are always together, but still refuses to believe either of them could fall in love, truly fall in love. Oh you idiots. Of course you will fall in love and live happily ever after.
I have missed the more chic-lit kind of fiction. It's always so funny, cute, weird, and embarrassing.
Lauren is an American in London. She has a failedI have missed the more chic-lit kind of fiction. It's always so funny, cute, weird, and embarrassing.
Lauren is an American in London. She has a failed relationship behind her and she it not looking for anything big. Just a bit of fun. But man, guys are so serious and run if they think you want more. She was fun and we could totally have been friends. And that is all I want from my main character.
But right, the story. So after the latest guy runs out she decides on this experiment. To read relationship guides and follow them for a month at a time. Yes hilarious. Because some of those, ha. She follows one made for men, one written in the 19th century. Those poor guys (if she dates them for more than one month) must think she is schizophrenic.
At the sidelines is her roommate, her on and off guy, and a few other minor parts. This is after all about her and the men she finds one way or another. That last way, ok, do not follow any more guides is all I have to say.
Funny, and the kind of books that is just so light that the pages move on their own. Just what I needed. And hey it even has a happy ending for everyone....more
I do not know if it was done on purpose or not, but this novella works splendidly as a stand alone. You know how some, kind of work, but things stillI do not know if it was done on purpose or not, but this novella works splendidly as a stand alone. You know how some, kind of work, but things still bother you? Well here I was told things, and I could just ease myself into the story. The story shows how their life goes on.
Of course that does not mean that I do not want to know more about how they met. It would be interesting too see. I know things now, but to actually see it, interesting.
Right, so this is a novella about Daisy and Nick. Nick is a former killer for the Russian mafia and he has started a new life now. He is the big strong brooding kind of guy. "They bother you? I kill them." Ok to be honest, a bit too protective, but sometimes a girl just wants to feel safe.
Daisy's dad home schooled her and did not let her go outside. It was weird, I liked reading about her, but I did not like her. She was so awkward (well duh), naive and was all I need frieeeeends! Most of the time when I meet characters like this I do not like then and do not care to read about them. But I liked reading about her (even if I did not like her personality, we could so not be friends, sure she is nice and would bake me cookies but girl, you are too insecure.) But to read about, aye that I liked.
The book is about...well I can't tell you everything. These two moving on with life, doing it a lot. Her wanting friends and, omg, does someone know where they are? or not?
Sex and danger. I enjoyed it, and would like more....more
This book takes place before the Windhaven books, and now when you mention it, I do remember Gwen from that first book. I remembering wondering what hThis book takes place before the Windhaven books, and now when you mention it, I do remember Gwen from that first book. I remembering wondering what her deal was.
But read this one before, afterwards, where ever. Cos I have not read a single book in the series to which this book belongs. Some Lords thing, oh well, it did not matter. It truly is a good stand alone book.
Douglas lost two brothers in a year, older brothers who made a mess of the family money. Now he wants to buy a new estate but needs advice. He was a nice man, he wanted to do the right thing. He loved deeply.
Gwen could have been broken, but was not. She stayed strong for her daughter. I did like that in her and her need to protect her child.
They fall in love. But oh no, the family of her daughter's father shows up. What do do? But do not worry, love always win in the end.
It says that it can be read as a stand alone novel, and so I read it like that. And it did work perfectly like that too. I never felt lost.
Of course tIt says that it can be read as a stand alone novel, and so I read it like that. And it did work perfectly like that too. I never felt lost.
Of course that did not mean that I did not want to read book 1. To find out more about Rose and how she woke up from stasis. Mostly that to be honest, and about her parents.
But this book then. Set in the future, earth has colonies (well a corporation has), space travel is possible (but very slow). And the corporation mixed alien dna and human and we have Otto (and his many many siblings.)
This book is about Otto, who has human rights, but is not human. He has powers and he is dying. I liked him most of the time. But not when he used his sickness to get attention from a certain person. But then he was a teen.
Rose was strange, she should have been an old woman but had been in stasis most of her life. Now she is to inherit an empire, and hopefully be a good leader.
It shows daily life for these kids. And it shows how they go to find a cure and the civil unrest on the moon Europa. I liked that part. It shows however far you go there are still people trying to push others down....more
In the future, after a zombie plague have killed 99.9% of all men, things are different. Women took over, meThis book was hilarious and totally gross.
In the future, after a zombie plague have killed 99.9% of all men, things are different. Women took over, men...well zombies, run around in the wild trying to eat squirrels. Thank goodness they do not eat humans brains, but other brains, yum. So what is a girl to do? The answer is to date zombies! Honestly, I would think that first, well try to date other women at least to see if that could work.
Right, so we got Hattie, a reporter who has written a book about dating zombies. I waited and waited for the good part to come, oh you know the part, the zombie sex part! Omg, LOL!. With zombie viagra he will be on full alert and ready to go. Be weary of squishy bits, like his ribs caving in. Hilarious. It was very euwwwww. But, men are almost extinct, zombies may look funny, but there are chemicals to fix things and maybe you can learn to understand the grunts.
But the book is not only about zombie dating. Hattie does some serious reporting too and things heat up..oh and she meets a real MAN. Omg, they are so rare. She goes all MAAAAAAAAAAAAAN.