Publish date: October 26th 1995
Publisher: Severn House Publishers
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
Series: Unicorn (#1)
This is another one of those books I've been meaning read for a long time. My partner has told me about this series since we were kids. She's mentioned how much this book has influenced her as a person and as a writer and now that I've finally read it, I can see why. This book is filled with so mu...
I will think about this every time I pick this book up NO MATTER WHAT I DO:(Thank you Natalie Dee for being random/awesome)Loved this book. Didn't talk down to its audience, the heroine was a redhead (yay!), the peeve was hilarious. The unicorn was one of the best I've seen - majestic, powerful, and...
Some might question why I would rate this book Four out of Five Stars, and I will back up my reasoning for this by stating that at first read, it may not seem like it's worth such a rating. The beginning all the way through until nearly the very end is full of chaotic, annoying, even frustrating sit...