First of all, happy day after day after Thanksgiving, folks.
drank celebrated hard on Thanksgiving day because, you know, grateful and all that jazz. Last night, I went to a post T-day party and was also…very grateful.
And tonight I am going to a Guns n’ Roses concert to jump around, burn off some pie and cheesy potatoes,
drink celebrate some more, and have what’s left of my ear drums blown to smithereens.
After three full days of such faithful gratitude display, I’m sure tomorrow morning should be swell.
But anyway, this book.
I really enjoyed it.
Apparently, this was Johnson’s first real book…
…(she wrote fan fiction before this, also apparently), but I’ve actually already read book one of her Kairos MC series already, which also I really enjoyed.
In fact, at the moment I write this, I am already over halfway through book two of that series – I started it right after finishing this one last night and remembering that series was also penned by Ms. Johnson. Plus, you can just never have too much solid, well written MC romance in your life, no?
^^^She’s super grateful too.
Anyramble, this book had two elements that make personal breadbox quiver with joy:
2) True Mates
I am pretty sure I probably said this in my Kairos book one review – cause I am nothing if not fabulously redundant – but I really like Johnson’s characters, namely her female ones.
They are real, they are flawed, and most of all, they act like normal, reasonable women.
Also, I like her writing style and pacing.
Anyway, I have to go get my hair did now – we can’t have Axl Rose staring at my icky roots in horror, after all – so I must depart; but if you like Were books, this is one I think is worth adding to your TBR.