For a contest she is doing. I love her books and she has reissued this one and 3 others: Darkest Kiss, Darkest Pleasure, and Darkest Whisper, the first four of her Lords of Underworld series. I’ve read the Atlantis series and they were really good.
Green, green, it’s a lovely morning
Everywhere I look I see brown and green
The sky is cloudy and rainy here
But you know that it is spring.
Sorry for the long wait, but working takes a lot out of you. 🙂
This is my review from goodreads.com. I had my first review all worked out and then I went to add this to my blog and lost it off the tab I had on Goodreads when I went to add the picture to the post. *sigh* Sometimes technology makes me want to smack it. Or, at least, bludgeon into submission. That will teach me to write it offline first; or, at least, in a program that autosaves…and now for the review:
“Note: I am a beta reader for the author. I also received a copy from the author so I could review the final version.
I give it a full 5 Stars because I loved reading this story. Would I like it to be longer? Of course I do. But, then again, I’m a series kind of gal and love story arcs that continue across multiple books. That doesn’t mean I don’t like self-contained gems like this one. Yes, there is not a lot of sex. Yes, it is short. But these things, in their brevity, make it a beautiful little story.
This is the story of Shelton Richards and Jonathon Valient; who meet from an online blog, fall in love, and find their home with each other. It’s short, sweet, and full of love with not a lot of sex. The point of this story is learning their journey to falling in love with a someone who enjoys the same things you do, in this instance, primarily books. Who wouldn’t love that? I would recommend anyone who wants a short read (less than 25 pages), male characters who are into each other, and love ‘happy ever after’ stories. I say for a debut book here on Goodreads, it is a good start and I would enjoy reading more from the author.”
More reviews, books, and, of course, poeatry as soon as I can. I have several beta/editing books and short stories to do, a couple more reviews, and my brain wrapped around writing poetry again. The work situation is getting better with hope on the horizon. I might mark it with a new poem…stay tuned! ~Kim