my thoughts in a few sentences: You may have already noticed, but it bears repeating: I couldn't rate this boo...moreRating: Unrateable Source: Ebook Purchase
my thoughts in a few sentences: You may have already noticed, but it bears repeating: I couldn't rate this book. I tried, in vain, to think of which one suited best, but they all seemed inadequate. God, how do I even... I'm still IN SHOCK, so consuming and crushing that I don't know what to do with myself. I'd heard countless times that this book is so different from where Oliver first hooked us in Delirium, but I didn't believe the impact would be so astounding. New Lena, tears, death, life, joy, Julian, Alex, and A CLIFFHANGER ENDING THAT IS UNFATHOMABLE. I feel like a sob is going to break out of me at any moment. Requiem, the third book, is like a distant dream, one where my hope is—perhaps foolishly—staked.
Half-Blood is completely different from the story we find in Obsidian. I mean, we're going from aliens to Greek mythology; there is a bit of a gap in...moreHalf-Blood is completely different from the story we find in Obsidian. I mean, we're going from aliens to Greek mythology; there is a bit of a gap in subject matter there. But that fact alone has us falling deeper in love with Armentrout's writing, simply because when we pick up any one of her books, we know that we won't be reading the same story with different characters or vice versa. Alex, the main character, has a perspective that's completely her own, and while both Kate and she share a creator, their voices are distinctly separate. Alex comes across as more of a tough bad girl who's fast on her feet and quick with her punches, eager to take on the foes of her world.
I have to admit, however, that out of the two star boys in her books, Daemon is absolutely my favorite. There's this annoying perfection about Aiden - though his hotness helps blind me to that - whereas Daemon is - no way to sugarcoat it - an asshole, exhibiting some type of personality flaws, though lovable. As much as I would like to say that I'm straight up Team Aiden, Seth is also very appealing somehow (maybe cos he is flawed? Or maybe I'm just attracted to a-holes?), and so I'm going to stick with their being too little about both in the book for me to firmly make up my mind.
Besides Alex's voice, what sold me on this book was her cryptic relationship to the gods of Greek mythology, the mystery of these daemons (they remind me of Richelle Mead's Strigoi), and those wicked beings' connection to the mythology as well. I'm excited to see where Armentrout is going to take her story from here.
I'd been telling myself forever that I was going to read this book. Of course I really liked Echols' Boys Next Door and The Ex-Games novels, and so, a...moreI'd been telling myself forever that I was going to read this book. Of course I really liked Echols' Boys Next Door and The Ex-Games novels, and so, after hearing talk of the swoonalicious sexy John After, I couldn't resist FINALLY reading Going Too Far for very much longer once it was actually in my possession. Because that would be stupid, right? And I learned something valuable once I was done with that final, breathtaking page. Bad girls can be more like crack than the bad boys. Slow and searing is the romance. Heart-pounding and emotional is the plot. And the characters stick close to the heart even after the book is closed because the story is never really over there and continues on. But, Meg, our oh-so-lovable wild child protag beckoned me aboard first and really quickly.
Ever watch those cruise commercials on TV and imagine yourself there, vividly, and when the narrator tries to sell you on how wonderful the place is, you wonder why he's even bothering because there are no words needed! Of course, you want to go there! Endorsement isn't required by this point. You would go so far as to kick baby kitties in their jaws if it got you anywhere near a ticket. Everyone wants to go there! Meg is Going Too Far's main attraction, and there is no need for further convincing once she enters the scene. Bad girl to the bone, a little bitter, about 50% obnoxious, Meg leads a very crazy lifestyle, her cavalier attitude toward sex and her constant search for thrills showing just how jaded she is when we first 'meet' her. Her life seems to be bumping along just fine, until Officer John After arrests her for underage drinking while doing some serious trespassing. Like strolling along train tracks and tiptoeing death serious. And when, consequently, Meg is forced to play tagalong with the same stupid, annoying cop responsible for her arrest throughout the duration of what should've been an amazing spring break, she's none to pleased with this young, confusing, MEGA HOT guy weirdly chained to her ridiculously unimpressive hometown. Her endless resentment of John's desire to show her the error in her ways only fuels the animosity between them... and the sexual tension.
BUT NO. They do not go on to have hot jungle sex like crazed monkeys. There's this Opposites Attract slow burn, a peeling back of layers to reach the soft, vulnerable centers of who they are. They discover each other, misunderstand one another, and make mistakes. They unravel secrets and talk pasts and old wounds, overstep and soothe, gradually exploring, constantly testing and toying and teasing. Circling each other. Delicious intensity, Sexy Times, and gooey sweet moments, the story is wonderfully wrapped up in the romance, but it doesn't overrun the crux of it. Mostly, it's about change and healing, of letting go and beginning anew, and how loving someone and having them love us back can be perfectly unplanned and exactly right. Can make us better. And both aspects--the romance and the message--stuck with me tighter than the effects of crazyglue. I'm cuckoo in love with this book.
Going Too Far may just be the best Jennifer Echols will ever have to offer. My heart broke a little when that last sentence led to nothing more.
Out of the three, this one was my least favorite. Not to say that it was bad or anything. I just didn't find it as enjoyable....more*MAY NOT BE SPOILER-FREE*
Out of the three, this one was my least favorite. Not to say that it was bad or anything. I just didn't find it as enjoyable. I'm going to explore the reasons why in a minute... *cries* I don't know if I'm Team Raphael (as in--wassup!--the angel) or Team Davey (as in totally loveable and scrumptious best friend-who-wants-to-be-more-than-friends). This book was not supposed to make me so conflicted! If you check out my posts for Dff: Dead Friends Forever and School's Out 4-ever - the first two books in the series - you'll see that I was undoubtedly a Raphael girl. Curse you, J.R. Turner!
In book one, Kaylee was just coming into her own as both an adolescent and into her freakin' kick-ass psychic/witchy powers. Book two, she grew stronger being that she was on her own - without much divine intervention, as well - throughout most of the book. And now, in book three, Kaylee's face-off with reapers definitely pushed her growth level up a notch or two! In reading this series, I have to say that I don't think I've ever felt such sympathy and compassion toward a heroine before. Kaylee's been put through some serious hell! Think about it, where would you be if you had to go off and kill demons, watch creepy-looking ghosts head your way to ask for help, have your parents think you're an awful lunatic, and to top it off, see your best friend begin the process of dying, all while trying to get rid of two bad reapers after the sickly and the souls of the dead?!! If it were me, they would've shipped me off to the loony bin because of psychotic break a long time ago! So, considering that Kaylee's been put through a lot and still comes out strong, I don't think I could ever stop loving her as heroine of this series. Definitely not.
And the plot! Boy-oh-boy, what a plot! Kaylee runs off to the hospital nearest her home because she's got the sense that something is terribly wrong with her hunky bff, who, in the previous two books, has been suffering some major paralysis due to a raging infection. I loved how Turner included what was wrong with Davey and kind of connected it to the entire series. It makes a heck of a lot of sense, that's for sure. The two reapers - one's white and the other is black - were mind-numbingly terrifying. Turner really knows how to create a warped story along with frightening and gruesome villains that really make you fearful of the dark. One reaper, if my memory serves me well, was responsible for imprisoning the souls of the patients in the hospital through making them ridiculously ill, trapping them in a comatose state, while the other was sort of like the 'Grim Reaper' - you know, that creepy thing that carts away your soul to the afterlife. However, the ghosts were a teensy-weensy bit disappointing to me. After those heart-pounding fiends in the first two books, the ghosts in this one, for me, were very unscary, though still chilling. I wanted to be scared out of my wits like I was in parts one and two, but that didn't happen for me in this one...
There were less Raphael scenes! There were, I tell you! But, on the bright side, Raphael's feelings toward Kaylee are bit more, shall we say, obvious (more like plain as flipping day!), which was definitely nice. But, the reason I'm so conflicted now, is because of that oh-so-sweet-and-love-me-tender kiss shared between Kaylee and Davey. Throughout the book, Kaylee is struggling with the sudden realization that she's in love with her best friend, or at least in like/crush mode, and I found it adorable and heartwarming and frankly kind of hot. So, now I'm frustratingly torn! Especially since Davey's by the end of the story is no longer confined to his wheelchair, adding to his profound delectableness. You'd think since Raphael's a gorgeous angel, nothing and no one could top him, but I was so very wrong! I guess, if there is another installment, then I'll be able to decide more easily! (Though, between you and me, I'm sort of swaying toward Team Davey, but Shh! don't tell anyone!)
The book went from dark and mind-numbing to insane when Molok came into the picture. I was so creeped out when he appeared in his Satanic red robe and started saying some freaky things to Kaylee. Then, when Davey came to be controlled by Molok and got all slam-you-down-and-punch-and-kick-you-'til-you-pass-out-but-don't-forget-I-would-never-let-anything-happen-to-you-Kaylee like, I was even more scared. (Me Kaylee. You Davey. No hurt Kaylee.) The beatings were so shocking! But, it really proved how much these demon villains can really tamper with the lives and beings of the ones Kaylee loves! Then, when Molok possessed Kaylee's temporarily soulless body and almost killed Kaylee's parents I was thoroughly panicked and petrified. The intensity factor made me think of better of this book, for sure. And it got even better when Kaylee's mom started to believe that there was something definitely spiritually wrong with her child, believe about the angels and demons and in Madame Maggie - things definitely picked up. But, what bummed me out, was the fact it took a little too long to get to that point.
Overall, it was a pretty good and satisfying read. Though, I will say that I was expecting a bit more from the ending, considering that kiss between Davey and Kaylee, but we can't all have everything we want (including random make-out sessions and declarations of love between the two main characters). For crying out loud, give me the mind-blowing romance already! Hear this Turner, I want to see more in the next installment!
"'I have less than two days left to live.' 'This is not your time. You will find your way.' He gently brushed tears from her cheeks and whispered, 'You are so beautiful.' A little thrill went through [Kaylee]... Raphael kissed her forehead, and not like a big brother. His hand wound into the back of her hair, lifting he strands the same way Davey had back in the cavern. Eyes closed, she shivered as he tendrils tickled her nape. She tilted her face into his hand, but there was nothing there." (140)
"That was the Davey she was falling in love with. A sweet whisper of breath crossed her lips. They tingled in anticipation, her pulse thrummed, every part of her alert. He kissed her. Soft, fresh, and tender, the kiss, conveyed love and yearning. She curled her hand into his shirt. The glittering sensation spread through her chest and into every part of her limbs until she was hyperaware of everything." (164)
Okay, while I love me some Ash-action, I'm simultaneously a drop-dead Puck fan. Who can resist that gorgeous red-headed man of tricks and pranks, with...moreOkay, while I love me some Ash-action, I'm simultaneously a drop-dead Puck fan. Who can resist that gorgeous red-headed man of tricks and pranks, with inherent wit and years of experience and a well-rounded reputation, I ask you!? Certainly not Asher Knight, I'll tell you that much. He's like every fan girl and book lover's dream come to life! That being said, it should come as no surprise that I ABSOLUTELY LOVED this new Iron Fey novella. I've been DYING for the chance to see inside Puck's head and heart, and Kagawa did not disappoint. (As I knew she wouldn't. I trust Julie like that.)
A side-benefit to his... charming character is his relationship with Ash. They are one of the best pair of frenemies I've ever had the untold pleasure of reading about. I have no shame in admitting that they are more than likely my favorite pair. And I gathered enormous delight from watching them start this, no doubt epic, journey together. (SPOILER ALERT) I WAS a little disappointed that they didn't go straight to trying to find Grimalkin, as I miss that rotten cat (END OF SPOILER). But this little side venture served as wonderful entertainment. Reading as these two engaged in their familiar banter just wiped out any prior disappointment. It just felt good reading about my guys again. Especially since we Iron Fey fans have quite a wait to endure before any of us can get our hands on the fourth - and I'm assuming final - installment to this AMAZING series.
If their time together in Summer's Crossing is any indication as to what The Iron Knight is going to be like, you can guarantee that I'll be getting my hands on the finale by whatever means necessary - murder being one of the options, if necessary - as soon as humanly - or inhumanly - possible. Especially considering that I need, NEED to know how, or if, this dazzling fey couple - Meghan and Ash - are going to be reunited after that forced, horrible - and inexcusable, Ms. Kagawa - separation. These two better get their happy ending... or else. AND, I have to know how things will turn out for my favorite trickster. It became only more evident that Puck still carries feelings for Meghan. Will they die out? And what about his and Ash's promise to kill each other? What's in store for my Puck? Kagawa can't just leave me - or Puck - hanging... right?
"Well, that was... interesting," I ventured, deliberately ignoring Ash's glare. His sleeve was tattered, and blood smeared his forearm up to his elbow. "I don't remember hedge wolves ever doing that before." "If I didn't need you..." "Oh, but you do," I reminded him, grinning. "Let's not forget that, huh, ice-boy?" His expression darkened even more, but he turned away. "Come on," Ash said, his voice even colder than normal. "We don't have time for your idiocy now." "That's what I like about you Winter fey... you're all such scintillating wits, such clever purveyors of words, such wise and frollicsome--" I ducked as a pinecone zipped by my head with enough force to have done more than muss my hair. A chuckle escaped me. "Always good to know you care, ice-boy."(less)
According to the puppy-of-the-month calendar hanging next to the phone in the kitchen, my sister June died on a Thursday, exactly nine days before her...moreAccording to the puppy-of-the-month calendar hanging next to the phone in the kitchen, my sister June died on a Thursday, exactly nine days before her high school graduation...
I've never been into the Angry At the World attitude, like Harper (although, later, it becomes evident that this girl IS WAY MORE COMPLICATED then she thinks/lets on). That's just not me, I don't flow that way (did I just say that?). I've never been a hardcore music fan. And no matter how ripped or sexy, I've never before been able to get into the rocker look for dudes. Again, not my style. My sisters and I have a tremulous (yet somehow steady) relationship, but I could never picture either of them poised for suicide. Gives me chills to think of it. So in going into this book, I was bombarded with all of these... foreign concepts, aspects I wouldn't normally go for. And for my efforts, Harrington WOWed me with her intricate characters, deeply emotional plot, and a resolution I could accept and be satisfied with.
From the opening page, Harrington fed me line after line of elegant prose and amazing metaphors and a wonderful narrative. I only mention writing styles when they're WORTH mentioning, and Harrington will grip you with her unique telling of a contemporary theme we've all encountered in our reading travels. A bowl of onions is hiding behind Saving June's cover, and as much as I love a good crying jag-inducing story, I accepted early on that this would be another of those tales where the teens have left the couch warm at their last therapy session and someone had died and the journey onward (via roadtripping, of course, because what else?) would be full of love and forgiveness and acceptance. I wasn't too far off, I will admit. But Harrington spilled the beans after having cooked them with sofrito thrown in as opposed to just the tomato sauce. This book shares common ground with my contemporary romance favorites and yet it screams different in the most beautiful way.
And while I wouldn't name my first-born after the MC or suddenly throw myself onto the mercy of the Bible, reading frantically for the answers to all of life's conundrums, Saving June, and its characters, became my teachers.The religious aspects weren't uncomfortable. There was no full-scale preaching; instead, Saving June expresses the importance of faith in something. Or someone, some higher power, because we all need something to believe that the world isn't all bad and we're being looked after... I'm gonna cut myself off before I go all Samwise Gamgee on you. The point being is faith and confusion as to God's existence is touched on more so than any specific religious practice. And Harrington exquisitely ties this to loss and overcoming grief, making the story THAT much more appealing.
Harper, Laney, and Jake are a trifecta of flawed perfection in fiction, three people who connect in ways I can only dream of experiencing one day. Harper and Laney have been best friends since forever (isn't that always the way?), but unlike the unlovable duo of yesterday's review for After Obsession, their friendship has its treasured memories, ups and downs, and a clear understanding of one another. They love each other for who they are, tolerate the bad stuff, and just accepte each other. That kind of friendship can only be stumbled upon a few times in a lifespan, I'm thinking. Harper and Laney's relationship is a rare find, one that any reader enjoying this book will lap up as the story progresses. And JAKE. Remember when I said I had an aversion to the punk/rocker look? BOY DID I NEED A (fictional) REALITY CHECK. Because Jake Tolan is a sexy mothertrucker, you guys. Jerky, arrogant, and an eternal music junkie with an attitude problem. But underneath is a heart of gold. Though he makes some crappy decisions and messes up a few times, he doesn't do anything that could potentially invoke Harper's (or my) abiding hatred. One of the most delectable romances I've read in some time has been written in Saving June's pages. I assure you, much will be missed if this book isn't picked up.
But the necessity of this book reaching your hands goes beyond JUST the romance, but also includes the themes (acceptance at the head of the list), the heartwrenching journey itself, and the characters. I've never met characters so utterly real in their heartbreak and being lost. Or as strong, because they somehow manage to reach for the crazy glue and stick the pieces back together. My single piece of advice: break out the Kleenex, but you'll need it when you least expect it. I knew there was a reason why this book called out to me, and I'm patting tummy (because that's where your intuition is, right? O_O) and thanking Intuition for refraining from leading me astray.(less)
my thoughts in a few sentences: Despite the summary, I honestly didn't know what to expect with Here. The cove...moreRating: Guilty Pleasure Source: Blog Tour
my thoughts in a few sentences: Despite the summary, I honestly didn't know what to expect with Here. The cover led me to believe that I'd be reading something horror or paranormal with ghosts and murder mysteries. The story I got instead was a surprise and, if I'm honest despite my crushed hopes, the unexpected turned out to be much more entertaining, fascinating, and likable. Death, strange and mysterious boys, and a sucker punch of a plot, Here by Denise Grover Swank delivers something astonishing and unforeseen that worked with the overall story, and gives it a nice punch of sci-fi thrills and adrenaline.
my thoughts in a few sentences: What did I expect from Night Sky? A solid, fun, and light co...moreRating: Perfect Bed Partner Source: Publisher for Blog Tour
my thoughts in a few sentences: What did I expect from Night Sky? A solid, fun, and light contemporary indulgence. I didn't expect to love it as much as I did. Night Sky is a creeper. Not as in creepy but as in it creeps up on you and suddenly, you turn around and are taken by surprise when you see what's behind you. This is not a cutesy read. This is a sweet and emotional story about a young man with his heart torn in two over two girls—the one he hasn't gotten over, whom he never dredged up the courage to communicate his feelings to, to be honest with, and the one who takes his breath away and fascinates him at every turn with her confidence and spare traces of vulnerability only revealed to him, who demands honesty and gives it back in spades. Jameson is an attractive narrator right from the start, his vivid emotions capable of hooking us into the story with the barest effort, and his journey away from heartbreak to a more exciting, heartwarming, wondrous true love is as perpetually addictive as the girl he swiftly begins to fall for.
my thoughts in a few sentences: Although Under the Never Sky is not that outstandingly special story...moreRating: Perfect Bed Partner Source: Ebook Purchase
my thoughts in a few sentences: Although Under the Never Sky is not that outstandingly special story I would clutch to my chest and never want to pry myself away from, it is a spectacular story! The unsettling alliance made between enemies who seek beyond their differences and discover the truth of their soft hearts and strong wills, the action that can range from vengeful cannibals, assailing wolves, and escaping violent storms, and the circle of varying dynamic characters all make this incessant life-or-death run of a story so unbearable to put down.
my thoughts in a few sentences: Although I was really nervous about reading another Jole...moreRating: Perfect Bed Partner Source: Blog Tour via Tribute Books
my thoughts in a few sentences: Although I was really nervous about reading another Jolene Perry novel, it turns out there was no need to worry over whether or not I’d enjoy it. For such a short read, there is so much going on, so much to feel. In a relatively small amount of time, I felt attached to Ronnie and kept hoping for happier circumstances. I was super invested in the romance and could not wait until the outcome shifted into what I’d been hoping for. Knee Deep by Jolene Perry has the author’s telltale charming, expressive writing style and fabulously portrays the struggles of a young woman in an unexpected, horrible situation, and her work to overcomes the scars left behind.
my thoughts in a few sentences: What did I expect from this next mini installment of awesomeness in Lisa’s River of Time novella series? I couldn’t expect, because Lisa is a genius and all. There are so many open roads Lisa is capable of taking our friends—for the characters, at this point, have become our very best of friends—down after the events of Torrent, the third book in the series. And it’s such a wonderful thing, reading as these characters start on new journeys and explore surprises and possibilities. I gobbled this up willingly and greedily, tackling Tributary by Lisa T. Bergren with relentless bites and swallows—everything we love about this series is back! Action, assassination attempts, romance, and it all goes down with fresh characters to join the foray! You don’t want to miss this!
my thoughts in a few sentences: Ever since I'd read Jen @ Makeshift Bookmark's review of Amplified (which yo...moreRating: Perfect Bed Partner Source: Library
my thoughts in a few sentences: Ever since I'd read Jen @ Makeshift Bookmark's review of Amplified (which you can read here) this book has seriously haunted me. I immediately bought it for my kindle, and, alas, it got swept to the backburner. Little known fact about me, I organize my kindle titles alphabetically so naturally this book was in my face every day until the curiosity bit the crap out of me and I HAD to read the book. Amplified by Tara Kelly is a story of rawness and nerves and flourishing character, in which Jasmine Kiss becomes all those things and fights to be the musician born of dreams long held silent and are finally set free.
You find yourself at home all alone. You shut the door to your bedroom, dim the lights, then slip into something feminine an...more3.5/Guilty Pleasure rating
You find yourself at home all alone. You shut the door to your bedroom, dim the lights, then slip into something feminine and sexy. You stretch out on your bed, get comfortable. And you reach for your… steaming hot frothy latte to go along with your copy of this book. Yum. What else?
TEMPTING THE BEST MAN is totes like binging on a foamy cup of something hot and tasty in the privacy of your bedroom, in your bed, instead of on a bench during a quiet, comfortable rainy day. You’ll be sure to get a few tingles and some decent fictional fodder for your fantasies and oh, yeah, your cup may wobble precariously a time or two, but nothing about this book will make you drop your entire cup on that new duvet you’d just splurged on. TEMPTING THE BEST MAN toes the line between sexy and fluffy—sweet right before your face flushes. I wouldn’t say Armentrout put it to simmer but I also wouldn’t say it’s been switched onto scorching either. What I will say is that it’s certainly mind-candy, pure and simple, with a hint of substance, though not enough to make you think too hard or feel notably invested.
Which can be a good thing for those looking to wind down their brains and indulge in something easy and enjoyable to read. However, that was initially a problem for me going into this book because I had expected a lengthier and better developed romance novel, even after noticing the page count. I have a habit, I think, of overestimating Armentrout’s novels because of my undying devotion to her Lux series. Looking at what I’ve read of hers, including the Lux series, minus the fangirly pride and completely objectively, I’ve realized that her books aren’t the most well-executed, well-written books around, and definitely not the most unique. Normally, though, they do contain this unexplainable, oh-so-lovable, and quite addictive appeal. It’s what makes her books hit or misses with me. While I wouldn’t say TEMPTING THE BEST MAN is a direct hit, after adjusting my perception and strapping down my overeager expectations, I laughed and grinned, absorbed a few welcome twinges a la Sexy Times, and just generally had a good time.
Are Chase and Maddie my new favorite couple? Heck no. But I can’t deny that experiencing their rocky moments due to the kind of plot I like to think of as classic rather than cliché kept me happy, comfortable, and relaxed until I wasn’t because I was scrambling to adjust my thermostat to a more bearable temperature. Was I surprised by the sex in the book? I’m not ashamed to say that I’ve read more… creative Sexy Times, but what had me snatching a star away from my rating was Armentrout’s lack of creativity in describing these scenes. Just by writing something that’s been done before in a different way can change how it reads and maybe make it slightly more original than it’s counterparts. If you’re a reader well-versed in romance novels, then you know just how overdone and overrated certain expressions or words to describe sex scenes can be, and, even knowing that Armentrout’s manipulation of the written word generally isn’t stunning or beautiful, I was disappointed that she failed to add anything original in that area.
Armentrout’s strong suit remains dialogue and romantic chemistry. I’m not pouting over this book because the bad moments I had with TEMPTING THE BEST MAN were sufficiently swept aside because I was laughing over moments like, “Wait. I can’t hear you. Guys, can you keep it down?” His voice got a little farther away from the mouthpiece. “Maddie’s on the phone and she blew something.” The room erupted in male laughter. And also because of Maddie's constant *head-desk* annoyance with her scheming mother. The days leading up to the wedding were supposed to be fun and relaxing. Not a trip into crazy land. And her mom —her nutso, matchmaking mom—had a hand in this. She was going to bury that woman in a bomb shelter. At the end of the day, I wanted Chase and Maddie to work things out, make it to that obvious happy ending that never fails to be irresistible and induce a cheery buzz I can bring with me throughout my day. Unless you’re too intellectual and less easily placated to be conned into appreciating that quintessential happily ever after.
What’s more, I’m thoroughly excited for TEMPTING THE PLAYER, which was my main motivation for finally getting to TEMPTING THE BEST MAN. Points for JLA for creating a story line wrapped around the pitiful love lives—keep in mind, the emphasis on the love and my exclusion of sex—of a pack of gloriously, get-naked-with-me-please handsome brothers—a definite buzz word.
All in all, if you’re searching for a comfortably obvious, sexy, and funny read to absorb whilst taking your mind off the problems of the world, then I expect you’ll be pleased with this story.(less)