What There Is
Publish date: July 31st 2013
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 67
Edition language: English
The title, What There Is, fit with my reading experience in that what there was of this novella was ok. The characters were likeable, if un-original. Unoriginal works for a reason, readers like it. The “type” is tried and true. Kate used a jock and a nerd. Old and successful pairing. They clicked we...
This was easy reading - short and sweet. It is the story of flatmates who fall in love. Mark and Justin are opposites, the classic athlete and the nerd. "Cripplingly shy and socially awkward. That was Mark in a nutshell." He's wildly attracted to Justin but has no idea how he is going to live with "...
McMurray is an autobuy for me but the last two books have been well below par. This was alright but lacked the charm of some of her earlier work.
Another cute fluffy read, I would have liked a bit more angst, but this is the perfect quick before bed type of read. Doesn't require a lot of thinking, but it also probably won't stick with me long at all, as there was nothing to set either character or the plot apart.
This was a nice story about roommates falling for each other. I actually enjoyed Justin's journey a bit more than Mark's in how he came to fall for Mark. This was a pretty low key build but the characters were really likeable the story just a sweet little tale. If there was one thing that I didn't r...