Birds of a Feather
Publish date: June 2013
Publisher: Loose Id
Pages no: 114
Edition language: English
Series: Bellingham Mysteries (#5)
Overall this was a quick and fairly amusing read. I especially liked some of the theories that were formulated by Nick's father (I'm pretty sure his oars aren't quite hitting the water at times). If you've followed this series than like me, you'll find this a satisfying conclusion to Peter & Nick's ...
This was a nice, fluffy, easy read. Every time the story had the possibility to turn into drama/angst it stayed on the nice flowing path. Until the end. For me, like with the previous books, this one again had a mystery that somehow fizzled out, no big surprise or revelation at the end. And again, t...
It could have used a few more minutes in the oven, but very enjoyable. I love these guys. I especially liked Peter's epiphany about he and Nick each falling for someone who was like one of their parents.
3.5 This series is one of my favorites but this install felt kind of heartless. Hardly any interaction (it FELT like hardly any interaction) between Nick and Peter left me feeling unsatisfied. Plus, ex coming back to interfere with the existing relationship is overused.I'll still keep reading i...
5 Stars - KAPOW!We were very lucky to get an advance copy! It was AWESOME!!Blurb : Peter Fontaine just wants to get married. He’s got a willing man, a house, a cat and the official permission of the State of Washington. Everything should be peachy, but weddings mean guests and guests bring the magic...
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