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text 2017-09-19 15:39
When Michael Met Mina
When Michael Met Mina - Randa Abdel-Fattah

So no one working on this book has read Skellig?

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review 2017-09-05 11:48
A Worthy Man - Jaime Reese

I don't know how Jaime Reese writes amazing book after amazing book, but so far she has made me fall in love with every book she has written. The obsession started with A Better Man, which is still a firm favourite of mine. And now five books in, I still can't get enough of these guys and her words.

 

I'm pretty sure Vann and Drayton melted my heart and turned me into mush more times than I would ever be able to count. Their love was so strong, so emotional, I got so invested in their future.

 

These two are the epitome of meant to me. They were apart for so long, yet their love never faded. It remained present as always and kept both of them going through the crap in their lives. Their love gave me life. It made me smile. Got me all giddy when they were together on page. And I rooted hard for them.

 

As always with these series, we caught up with previous couples and saw how they were doing. We also got to meet some new ones. Li is hands down my girl here. I loved her and couldn't get enough of her.

 

I'm never going to get enough of this series or stop gushing about it. So I hope Jaime Reese continues to write it for a long, long time. These books are sort of like my crack. I can't read just one. I'm already planning a reread of the whole series at some point.

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review 2017-08-29 22:21
This is making me laugh so hard
All-New, All-Different Avengers (2015-) Annual #1 - Chip Zdarsky,Natasha Allegri,Natasha Allegri,Zac Gorman,Jay P. Fosgitt,Faith Erin Hicks,Faith Erin Hicks,Mahmud A. Asrar,G. Willow Wilson,Scott R. Kurtz,Scott R. Kurtz,Alex Ross,Mark Waid

 

I read the '... This is a fanfic site.' line and just burst out laughing.

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review 2017-08-29 12:37
Not sure how I never reviewed this, but...
All-New, All-Different Avengers (2015-2016) #6 - Mark Waid,Mahmud Asrar,Alex Ross

Apparently I didn't.   (Also,the Terminator emoji looks like Cyborg more than me.)

 

Vision is controlled by Kang until he phases through Tony's suit, which is rebooting.   It reboots Vision, and he's finally himself again.   Able to think for himself, he turns on Kang, and although his emotions have been purged, he certainly appears to be furious. 

 

There's also a subplot where Captain America - Wilson, not Rogers - speaks to Thor, except he tracks her down as Jane Foster.   We don't get the whole conversation, just enough for us to know he'll keep her secret for now. 

 

All in all, it's a nice, action-packed issue with some nice character development.

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review 2017-07-16 00:00
Different Dynamics
Different Dynamics - Tamir Drake Different Dynamics - Tamir Drake
Richard Packer is an omega hockey player (the first and only) on the road with his teammates to play a game when the starting stages of his heat hits him early. Thankfully he has his emergency pheromone blockers to help. It doesn't fully hit him until the game finishes up. He plans for a quiet night in with room service, hiding himself away from his teammates. Half of whom are alphas. But his night in doesn't go as planned and James, Richard's teammate and best friend ends up helping him. With the help of James, Richard's heat is more bearable. But other side effects present themselves and Dmitry Sokolov, another hockey player from another team, ends up also helping Richard through his heat.

I liked the premise. Getting to know Richard and learning about alphas, omegas and heat were all fascinating. I enjoyed what there was of the world and character building. I really wished it had been longer and readers could have gotten a more definitive plan of action/promise of a future from all the characters about their relationship. What was presented was too open-ended for me.

I'm not usually a fan of menages and have certain criterias for such books i have read/(ing) Different Dynamics was a book I didn't mind seeing some MMM in. In fact once it presented itself I started wishing there was more. The characters were all very likable and as I said before I wish this story had been longer just so we could a more developed relationship among the three characters.

The only issue I saw that bothered me was that James didn't have a last name. Richard and Dmitry both do but James is the odd man out. It bugged me and I kept thinking that was pretty inconsistent.

A review copy was provided to me in exchange for an honest review
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