A Note in the Margin
Publish date: March 2009
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 276
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, M M Romance
, Gay Romance
, Gay For You
, M M Contemporary
Series: A Note in the Margin (#1)
DNF at 30%I can't take it anymore. I feel like I am reading the phone book. I do not feel anything (except annoyance) while reading this book. I absolutely dislike the characters and I do not want to read any more about these horrible people...Even the sex feels like reciting a grocery list. How can...
It was an enjoyable read, pretty nice, warmhearted story a là Walt Disney that I finished in one sitting. There were though some serious issues that prevented me from rating it higher. Let me say so:I like the principal idea of the book. I'm not sure about the performance.It was a lot of nice things...
I love this book. This is in essence omniscient 3rd person POV, we get into everyone’s head. Now, the alternating POV is a little confusing and will change from one paragraph to the next, but it really helps to know what’s going on. And there is a lot going on. I don’t mind the insta-love in this bo...
It took awhile for me to get into this book. I wasn't really liking John too much for a good portion of it, but he grew on me. Poor poor David. Dude was a mess, understandably so but OY. David's issues were handled well, but I wish there had been more about why/what it was that started him on his pa...
3.5 stars. It was sweet, but it never really drew me in. I'm not quite sure why. I didn't feel as though I wasted my time reading it though, just never grabbed me like most books seem to.
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