I am vociferously passionate about good books. And I hate adverbs.
Yes, I loved this. Short but brilliant. (Thankfully, there is a continuation).
And also brilliant is the message within,
Refreshing to see true moral values popping up in romance books. Absolutely brilliant.
I love Alex so much, he is a darling, brilliant man. And Christian is absolutely tops too—only I would have a new name for him. I hate that name.
This author does it for me on so many levels, both language-wise and in regards to actual subjects treated within the stories themselves. And I adore that Alex's mother is a daughter of an eastern immigrant, and his father the son of a Welsh one. Makes both for interesting looks and brain-wave DNA patterns. I love mixing.
Stunning story, and I only found one single error. (Yes, I'm talking about when to use the verbs lie or lay. I know, I know, but it's my thing. I like well-written prose, okay?) And honestly, I'm seeing that error so often these days I think it will become normal soon.
I was given an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.
This is that review.