The Wall of Winnipeg and Me
Publish date: 2016-03-01
Publisher: Mariana Zapata
Pages no: 672
Edition language: English
AudiobookAt first I thought the male protagonist might have some form of autism, but nope he's just an asshole. The romance part, after all he did and didn't do, didn't make a whole lot of sense to me. An okay book.
3.75 - 4 starsFun read, felt a little too long, but overall, I enjoyed this a lot. Looking forward to more from this author.
I so liked Vanessa. She was tough, smart and capable. She got shit done. And she was very reasonable. I could relate so much. And the Wall of Winnipeg? So so good as the male protag. I liked very much that he wasn't smooth, overly charming or even especially witty. I loved the slow burn and th...
4.5 starsI really enjoyed this one. The female lead was easy for me to love. It seems like I often can't make a connection with women in romance books, but I think this one is awesome. The male lead is a great guy too. I truly appreciate him being a good person. He's a huge, rich football playe...
It's always satisfying to be pleasantly surprised by a book whose primary genre is romance. The characters are not the usual stereotypes and the the romance is slow-burning. Slow-brewing even. No insta-love&lust. No Too Stupid to Live. No particular conflicts or precipitous events but a steady unfur...
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