I just couldn't care about any of these characters. This was a short 35 page story that didn't do much to develop the characters past where they left off at the end of book one. There wasn't a point to this story other than maybe fan service. There wasn't anything for new readers to get into and I just can't see myself reading anything else in this series.
Returning For Valentine's by Victoria Pinder is a quick read, perfect for those with limited reading time. This is my first book by Victoria Pinder and frankly, I'm a little disappointed. Beth and Nathan's story is full of drama, angst, spice and a bit of humor. It is choppy and disjointed though, not the smooth read I expected. I will reserve judgment though on Ms. Pinder's writing abilities and try one of her longer books. I've heard from authors that it's hard to write a book this short.
I voluntarily read a complimentary copy of this book that I received from Bookfunnel. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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A cute story about a kid who is not a fan of Valentine's Day. I really enjoyed the twist at the end.
The thing I really liked about this book was the illustrations. The text focuses on how Crankenstein is feeling, but the illustrations foreshadow other events in the story. Great detail. A fun and silly book that is very entertaining.