Moolah and Moonshine
Publish date: February 13th 2010
Publisher: JCP Books
Pages no: 48
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Time Travel
, Short Stories
, M M Romance
Series: Petit Morts (#3)
I'm not really sure what to make of this one. It starts out really good. Emmett bought a money pit of a house and two years later, he's broke and still has more things to fix than can be counted and now his best friend is moving to Paris and leaving him with the disaster. Enter Sam, who's good with ...
I need to read this one again before I am sure about rating it. It went in such a different direction than I was expecting that I can't decide whether I liked it or not. 3 Stars for now, but it may go up - parts of it were hilarious, and the new direction was pretty interesting.
So... this was kinda wierd. One of the things I like about this series of shorts is the very subtle bit of mystery and magic to Chance's 'match-making'. This story started out great with Emmett's money-pit of a house and the worry and stress to go along with that. The plot seemed to be going in a...
I thought this was a perfect little short story. Good balance of characterisation, an interesting premise and enough action and sex to round it off.With many short stories, I feel that the setup is great, but that's all there is. This one had a good balance between setup and resolution. Sure, there ...
Emmett's best friend Rosemary is about to move away to a new job in paris. Emmett doesn't want to be left behind, but he can't help it as all his money is tied up in his house. The house is quietly falling apart all over, will cost far too much to fix, and smells like old cabbage.Then Chance at Sw...
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