Publisher: JF Smith
Pages no: 340
, Contemporary Romance
, M M Romance
4.5 beautiful stars !!! I have to be honest here , I really loved the book it was very emotional and funny ( petey is the man) however , there was something annoying about the relationship between matt and Brian , something very immature and low that didn't fit to their age and intelligent levels .I...
July 2013 "Pick it for me" challenge book, picked by Monica4.5 starsThank you, Monica, for picking this book for me. What a great read! Yes, the start was a bit bumpy for me, I was on the verge of DNF as Matt was a total doormat and was really getting on my nerves. Good friends talked me through it ...
Maybe it's my current mood, but I went all emotional while reading this book. And it's rare.I liked this book enough to give it 4 stars. I loved the characters (Petey!), the plot and the writing.
It's 5am and I couldn't put this down. I think I liked it ;) I'll write a review for it tomorrow--I mean, later today. I need to go to bed first before I can write anything coherent. Until then...Look up.ETA rest of review: Matt is volunteering for the Doctors Without Borders on the administrati...
I bought Latakia two years ago and every time I started it I stopped. The first three chapters are so disjointed and oddly written I kept giving up. This time I was encouraged to keep reading. I got an amazing read. JF Smith is becoming a must-read for me. Petey made me tear up.