Pancakes (The Administration, #2.3)
Pages no: 37
, Adult Fiction
, Short Stories
, M M Romance
Pancakes was for me until now the best little installment of the series!WOW! To experience Toreth first jealous, then drunk, then tender, hot, OMG - then UNSURE, loosing control, angsty, angry, arrogant, needy(Okay, the last three were not something new) and...understandable(?!), vulnerable(?!), ve...
More yummy relationship angst. I now realize that these do need to be read in order since the progression of events is obvious. Still I didn't mess things up too badly reading two out of order. These characters have snuck up on me and although the first novel could have benefited from a tighter p...
Obviously brilliant. I had altogether forgotten how funny and composed Warrick is, and was (yet again) pleasantly surprised. When I think of this series, I always imagine Toreth as the one who makes me laugh, but Warrick is equally responsible for that. And this is just so sweet.
This. This is what I’ve been waiting for.There isn’t any declarations of love or anything. But there’s the notion that there might possibly be some romance headed their way. Maybe. Hopefully. PLEEEEEAAAAAAAASE
[b:Pancakes|9373475|Pancakes (The Administration, #2.3)|Manna Francis|/assets/nocover/60x80.png|14257038] made me fall for Warrick's charm even more. Such a sexy enigmatic man. I just can't have enough of his beautifully eccentric mind. I am mesmerized by him really. So much so that Toreth had begun...
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