I am vociferously passionate about good books. And I hate adverbs.
I'll gladly admit I squeed when a little girl asked Suzy if she was black, and she replied yes, but then also further described her black mother and Korean father. The little girl turned to her friend and said, "She is like you and me together!"
I admit, it kinda brought a tear to my eye. There was such sweetness there. And it pisses me off that you hardly ever see this kind of interaction with poc in books.
I salute you, Ms Weatherspoon. Thank you.
As for the story, heh, mummy kink is perhaps not my kink, but it's a little bit sexy and a little bit fun and a whole lot well-written. That goes a long way, in my book.