Questione di tempo. Vol. 1 (Libri 1 e 2)
Publish date: March 18th 2014
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 423
Edition language: Italian
Series: A Matter of Time (#1)
So here we are at Vol 2 which is comprised of books 3 and 4 in Mary Calmes's series 'A Matter of Time' and again the narrator is Paul Morey and again this was an enjoyable listening experience...not great but no really issues. I like Paul Morey but for me he just didn't quite capture the character a...
So I finally caved and listened to the audio books for this series and I have to admit this all came down a notch for me...partially because the narrators were ok but I wasn't enchanted with them and partially because while I enjoy this series please don't hate me when I say that this is not my favo...
I've been meaning to read this book forever. It's a - I hesitate to say classic, maybe foundational work? - in the M/M genre, and people get fanatical about it. It gets referenced all the time. On the other hand, I've picked up over the years that it has all the Mary Calmes' flaws in spades, so...
This was just one big continuous journey of "what the fuckery"...Detailed review here.
Confession: I am a Jory Keyes and Sam Kage virgin. Relax...I am Jory virgin, no longer.I have already considered myself part of the Calmes guild, so to say. I love her words, don't care what anyone else has to say about it. She's my crack and I will huff it whenever I want. Her words give me just w...