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review 2017-12-01 22:07
Her Halloween Treat
Her Halloween Treat - Tiffany Reisz

Joey just found out that her boyfriend of 2 years is a lying, cheating, asshole. (He's married. And she didn't know. Had no clue, none). Her best friend's advice is to get laid and get laid now. Joey heads home a little early and runs into one of her best friends from high school, Chris. Chris (yes, you guessed it!) has been in love with Joey since high school. 
I liked that the first to fall was Chris. The banter between the two of them was fun. The secondary characters: Kira, Dillon, Oscar were all likable and added to the story. I really liked this, not sure why this took so long for me to finish it. (2 days for just over 200 pages).

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review 2016-12-18 00:00
Her Halloween Treat
Her Halloween Treat - Tiffany Reisz Super funny banter. I mean, really top notch.
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review 2016-09-18 00:00
Her Halloween Treat
Her Halloween Treat - Tiffany Reisz
This book definitely lives up to the ‘treat’ name. Joey is a fun character. The dialogue between Joey and her best friend Kira is awesome, and Chris and Joey’s banter follows closely on the wonderful scale. I absolutely love Chris. He’s a great guy in every way. There’s plenty of humor and the sexy times are off the charts hot. I highly recommend.


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text 2014-08-04 21:58
I've read Edward Lorn's The Scare Rows...

 

...and if you allowed E to use your name in this piece, you will blush, you will cry, you will be sickened. 

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review 2014-02-25 00:00
A Halloween Treat
A Halloween Treat & Edward Gorey's Ghosts - Edward Gorey Read more of my reviews at Celestial Carousel!

The first half of the book, A Halloween Treat, has each page marked not with a page number, but with a letter in the word “Halloween”, and is filled with cute and creepy illustrations–some paired with brief speech-bubble stories–culminating in the final page (the “n” of “Halloween”, as it were) with the creepiest image of all.

The reverse side of the book, Edward Gorey’s Ghosts, may well be my favorite–though this half is solely comprised of illustrations. The images are captivating and beautiful, mostly in sketched black-and-white, though a few images feature a small contrast of color for an eye-catching effect. Each illustration really does tell a story, whether spooky, scary, or even sorrowful–and I was left wishing I knew more about each panel.

This was, admittedly, my first Edward Gorey experience, but I feel confident in saying that it won’t be my last. Though short on words, this two-in-one book would be a delightful addition to anyone’s Halloween repertoire.
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