Sort of Stranger than Fiction
Publish date: October 29th 2010
Publisher: JCP Books LLC
Pages no: 72
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Short Stories
, M M Romance
Series: Petit Morts (#7)
3.5 stars-.5 for the way too abrupt ending. again.
I was really intrigued by Michael and would have liked to know more about him, or get some of the story from his POV. Ethan's a nice guy, [spoiler] if a douche at times (he says something horrible about Michael at one point but apologizes for it immediately), [/spoiler] and his sister is just a lit...
I loved it. It was a very good story. Both MCs are very likable and the development of their budding relationship was very sweet without being sappy. There was some humour and some crime/suspense in the back drop. A very good read.
This was one of my favorites so far from this series. I really liked both Ethan and Michael, and each of their individual stories were interesting as well as the way things developed between them. It also had a good HFN ending without it feeling like it needed one more chapter to give me closure.
Ethan is a hopeful writer, and co-owner of a family bookstore, his sister Erin runs the coffee-shop half of the store, and is his closest friend and only relative.Michael is a new guy in town, having recently opened a dojo across from Ethan's book store. He's tall, blonde, a bit terse and standoffi...
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