Beneath the Surface
Publish date: August 20th 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 200
Edition language: English
Beneath the Surface was a light, enjoyable read. However I much preferred Ms Sherwood's 'Dark Horse Series' and her stand alone 'Lost Treasure'. Interestingly enough the same thing that totally hooked my into reading this book was also one of my biggest disappointments. It will probably seem silly t...
Very nice read, kept me entertained from first to last page.
This is a nice story, nothing really exciting or different, but two nice guys on the opposite side of an issue, but still being attracted to each other.Throw in a few cute dogs, some homophobes, good friends, evil family, idealism and a fire.So, I won't be rereading this one, and I don't think it wi...
4.25 stars out of 5Review Summary: Delving beneath the surface results in what appears to be Twu Wuv, if it lasts past the initial excitement.Review: The title for this book is wonderfully apt. Peter starts out as a rather surface sort of guy, one who enjoys the thrill of The Game and basically sees...
Good story, but the end felt a bit rushed and there were some loose ends with the brother, something that big should be adressed more in my opinion