Review “A Winter’s Tale” by Carrie Elks

36268661Struggling film student Kitty Shakespeare is determined to make the most of her new job as nanny to major producer Everett Klein’s son, Jonas. It might not be exactly the career she’d hoped for when she moved from London to LA, but thanks to her habit of freezing up in interviews, this is her last chance to impress a key player in Hollywood – if she can get this right, then surely he’ll take a moment to look at her work. However, what Kitty hasn’t allowed for is Everett’s sexy-as-hell brother, Adam – but love at first sight this is not.

Adam Klein may be sexy, but he’s also gruff and rude and in no way ready to make a fool of himself over the nanny – not after the year he’s had. All he wants to do hole up in his cabin and hide from the brother who destroyed his life. If only he could find it easier to ignore the way Kitty makes his heart race . . .

As Christmas approaches, Kitty and Adam come to realise that the course of true love never does run smooth – and just maybe, it’s more interesting that way…

A heartwarming Shakespeare Sisters Christmas romance from the bestselling author of Fix You.

Hello once more dear readers. Since the holidays are coming next month, we, the people behind your favorite book blog have a great recommendation slash review for you to read during the holidays.

With some hot spiced wine (warm chocolate if you’re under 18, of course).

A winter’s tale is the second book in the awesome “Shakespeare Sisters” series and the best possible read if you’re in a festive mood.

Simply put, it had everything a good book needs. You have angsty romance, you have Adam a documentary maker, you have love, you have Adam a documentary maker, you have family drama, you have Adam a documentary maker and obviously the required and mandatory smexy times for the very likeable – trust me, you’re gonna love Kitty and Adam, but especially Adam – couple.

Cough. OK, i loved Adam.

*whispering*As if that wasn’t obvious*whispering*

Now, as you all well know (kinda hard not to since i’ve been shoving this information down your throats at every review of a book with this kind of male lead) I have a very soft spot for the grumpy type of MC.

Now, the sadistic hidden romantic in me I valiantly ignore each time and staunchly pretend it does’t exist was kinda happy with the plot and the Christmas feels.

Kitty Shakespeare, our very gentle, warm and nice heroine started working as a nanny for a young boy who just happens to be (hey, it’s fiction, right? And coincidences happen at every step) the son of the guy who’s the boss at the company where she wants to intern.

And no, the boss with the kiddo is not the main guy in this story.

Instead it’s the brother.

Now, talking about yummy brooding male leads.

It also helps that the action takes place in Virginia and i’ve read the entire book with the song “Take me Home, Country Roads” (People who saw Kingsman: The Golden circle know what i’m talking about) put on repeat.

It fits. No, seriously, it really does.

Well, Christmas carols would also be appropriate, I guess.

The characters are complex and very well developed and in case you were hesitating because of my angsty comment above, have no worries; the book isn’t heavy on angst and the plot is fun, detailed and catchy.

And Adam, despite his occasional rudeness, gruff demeanor and brooding attitude is a

sweet guy through and through.  What i particularly loved between Kitty and Adam was the transition from slight antipathy to friends and then lovers. But no worries, even with the initial less than promising start between the two, you can still practically see the sparks flying.

While you can read this book as a standalone, I strongly advise you to also indulge in the first book of the series ”Summer’s Lease”. I mean, Christmas love stories are awesome, but steamy Italian summers are not too bad either.

And yes, we do have a lot of Shakespeare references in “A Winter’s Tale”, so grab your mug, put some logs in the fireplace and sit back in your favorite armchair near the Christmas tree and enjoy this great read to your heart’s content, fellow bookaholics.

Happy publication day, A winter’s tale !

Thank you Piatkus Books for this lovely book.

You can buy A winter’s tale with a Click Here .



Review “Dark Legacy” by Christine Feehan

Book Blurb:


“In a thrilling Carpathian novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan, a woman fights to free herself from the grip of the vampire trying to possess her…

In a beautiful compound hidden away from the world, Emeline Sanchez tries to blunt the pain that has wracked her body ever since her terrifying ordeal in the labyrinth beneath the city—when she was forced to exchange blood with an evil master vampire.

Now, it’s his voice that haunts her…that calls to her in the dark…that never lets her rest. And while the children that she helped to free from his clutches struggle to heal, watched over by their Carpathian 

protectors, Emeline knows one thing: She must sacrifice herself to keep them all from harm…”


Much Awaited Review:

Fans of the paranormal romance genre have definitely heard of author overlord Christine Feehan and her “Dark Series”, which does now have a whooping 27 books just sizzling to be devoured by avid readers. Well, 31 depending on how we’re counting the Carpathian gems. Obviously, yours truly has sort of read them all.



OK, not sort of. Has definitely read them all. Maybe some even more than once.

In the latest book of the series a.k.a. Dark Legacy, we get to read about another smoking hot male (aren’t they all?). So, ladies, I give you *drum sounds* Dragomir Koziel. He’s tall, he’s dark, he’s handsome, he’s a badass hunter and fiercely protective of Emeline “Emmy” Sanchez.

Now, you guys might be used to it by now, but i’m not a big fan of doubting angsty, shaking-leaf-in-the-wind heroines. Don’t take me wrong here, but I strongly believe that instead of filling pages with how the main chick is agonizing over the smallest things in the exact moments when she shouldn’t and just

 going with the flow when she should use her brain, those pages can be filled with thoughtful relationship progress and character development

(and by that I also mean to imply that the characters *cough* the dainty female ones *cough* overcome difficulties and turn out stronger).

Meanwhile, daaamnnn those Carpathian males.

Always been of the opinion that you can’t have good erotica without an equally good plot. And obviously a good H and h and some sparks between them. For all you new

readers of the series, these Carpathian males, though mostly perfect specimens and  yummy representatives of the y chromosome, must find their life mates before they turn vampire. Or, well, have a nice meeting with the light of dawn. Which as you might imagine, is not a very pleasant thing.

Without said mate, they can’t feel emotions and as the years go by, darkness starts to seep in.

I strongly prefer for my books of the romantic variety to be all about the hero and heroine with the required character development, world building, action packed plot and the right amount of hotness. Everything clicked just right with this book, with just a tiny, itsy bity thing poking needles into my fun:

Dear ol’ Emeline’s staggering fear and frustrating number of doubts, which I believe hovered like a dark cloud of annoying mosquito over the sheer awesomeness of this book.
Obviously here came Dragomir and fixed the entire thing with some very sweet reassurances which made me like the guy ever more, if such a thing was even possible. Cue the big teddy bear.


So read at your own peril.

Also, sniff moment here, in the teary kind of way. We get to find out what happens to the male’s soul if his life mate happens to die. If the woman dies, she gets to be reborn over and over and if that wasn’t bad enough, there is absolutely no way for the poor guy to know when or where this will get to happen. There is a silver lining though, but this is where i stop spoiling you too much. You’ll just have to read and see.

The book was a fulfilling and heart bounding read and as all of Christine Feehan’s books, it didn’t disappoint in the slightest.

But the sad part?

And now I have to sit here and twist and turn while barely containing my enthusiasm and obvious anticipation about the direction in which one of my favorite authors is taking this series and about which hottie *cough* character I will get to read in the next book.

Thank you Piatkus Books for this amazing book.

You can buy Dark Legacy with a CLICK HERE

BDB Review “The Chosen” by J.R. Ward

Book Blurb:

“A scorching forbidden love threatens to tear a rift through the Black Dagger Brotherhood in J. R. Ward’s newest novel in the #1 New York Times bestselling series.

Xcor, leader of the Band of Bastards, convicted of treason against the Blind King, is facing a brutal interrogation and torturous death at the hands of the Black Dagger Brotherhood. Yet after a life marked by cruelty and evil deeds, he accepts his soldier’s fate, his sole regret the loss of a sacred female who was never his: the Chosen Layla.

Layla alone knows the truth that will save Xcor’s life. But revealing his sacrifice and his hidden heritage will expose them both and destroy everything Layla holds dear—even her role of mother to her precious young. Torn between love and loyalty, she must summon the courage to stand up against the only family she has for the only man she will ever love. Yet even if Xcor is somehow granted a reprieve, he and Layla would have to confront a graver challenge: bridging the chasm that divides their worlds without paving the way for a future of even greater war, desolation, and death.

As a dangerous old enemy returns to Caldwell, and the identity of a new deity is revealed, nothing is certain or safe in the world of the Black Dagger Brotherhood, not even true love . . . or destinies that have long seemed set in stone.”

Le Review:

ANNNDDDD we’re back, dear followers with another PNR book (the undersigned has a majestic love for this genre, as some cough *all* cough of you might have noticed from my raving reviews).

This time I will once more be suffocating you with another J.R. Ward gem.



Yea, most of you aren’t even surprised anymore considering my undying love for this author and all of her books.

The Chosen is the 15th (when did time pass by so fast that I didn’t notice that 15 -fifteen!-

 novels were already out?) book in the Black Dagger Brotherhood series, with another book coming out on the shelves in early April next year.

This is Xcor and Layla’s story and trust me, “Book with Fangs” followers, it was long overdue. Never mind that Xcor was an A class bastard and that for some reason I have a very fluttering heart when I read about charming and hot bad boys.

No worries, tho.

We do get some redeeming going on. I repeat, we have the redeeming factor.

Obviously, you don’t get to read only about our recent couple. In usual Ward fashion, we get to know about the other characters as well and how they are dealing with things. To be honest I would have liked for this book to be more about the main couple and less about the rest. Sure, I do want to know how my other favorite couples or soon to be/in-the-making favorite couples are faring, but beggars can’t be choosers.

Good thing is, Layla and Xcor were already well into pink and hearts land at the beginning of this book. And just so you know, i got over Layla’s minor treachery pretty fast.

It wasn’t even that bad in the first place.



Yea, I know you love-hate these parts of my reviews.

And my spoiler rant this time is about Qhuinn.



You need therapy, hon. That is NOT the way one acts with the mother of his kids while in the same room with said kids. Are you out of your everloving mind?!

We’re so done Qhuinn.

I swear this was the last straw. The damn delusional idiot pulled a gun on Layla (who obviously happens to be the mum of his kids), shoot said gun in the very damn house in which his kids were staying (and other children) and then proceeded to pretend his daughter was air because she happened to look just like her mommy and he had to act like a pissed of 10 year old rather than the 30 year old he really is.

Just check this out:

“Because you’re not going to mother my young anymore. You’re out of a job.”

She recoiled with indignation. “What say you? I am their mahmen. I—”

“Not anymore you’re not.”

There was a heartbeat of silence, and then her voice exploded from her. “You can’t—you can’t take Lyric and Rhamp … you can’t take them away from me! I’m their mahmen! I have rights—”

“No, you don’t. You have consorted with the enemy. You have committed treason. And you are going to be lucky to come out of this alive—not that I give a damn

 whether you live or die. The only thing I care about is that you never see those young again—”


Just no.

Qhuinn dear, I demote you. And just for the record, after this stunt, you’re the one who shouldn’t be allowed near your kids anymore.


Note: Good job Blay for not tolerating his bullshit.


And just so you can see what a nice person i am, here’s another excerpt from chapter 1 in case the previous spoiler was not enough for you greedy readers:

“From out of memory, an image came unto his mind and took his breath away. It was of a tall, slender female in the white robing of the Scribe Virgin’s sacred Chosen. Her blond hair waved down over her shoulders and trailed off at her hips on a gentle breeze, and her eyes were the color of jade, her smile a benediction he had done naught to deserve.
The Chosen Layla was what had changed everything for him, recasting the Brotherhood from target to tolerable, from enemy to co–existable tenant in the world.”

Isn’t that sweet as hell?

I would have really loved to have the book focused more on this couple, but i did get my worthy share of angst and romance and action. We also need more bad guys for the next books.

But no rush.

And on a final, ending note, how the hell can that damn mansion hold so many people? Well, it’s a blessing they have enough space, but considering the way things are going, I don’t predict this will be the case for much longer.”

Poor building is already overcrowded.

Well, good thing Home Depot has over 2000 locations.

Problem solved in case future peanuts will arrive.


Thank you Piatkus Books for this book you sent me.

You can buy THE CHOSEN with a CLICK HERE


Review “Ashes Reborn” by Keri Arthur

Book Blurb:

32610612.jpg“The clock is ticking as Emberly – a phoenix capable of taking human form – races to take revenge against the sadistic and mysterious Rinaldo. The elusive rebel leader threatens to keep killing until he is given all of the research about a plaguelike virus derived from vampire blood.

Forced to reach out to the Paranormal Investigations Team for help, Emberly and her partner, Jackson, must decide who to trust as they follow the trail of dead bodies. When classified information is leaked and their safe house is ambushed, Emberly’s suspicions are confirmed – someone at PIT has betrayed them.

A final battle looms and Emberly will need to command all her powers – or watch the world turn to ash…”



OK guys. So it goes like this:

We have vamps.

We have mystery.

We have paranormal.

We have urban fantasy.

We even have a phoenix.

What more can a bookworm possibly want?

Ashes Reborn is the 4th book in Keri Arthur’s “Souls of Fire” series and it completely blew my mind. UF happens to be one of my top 3 favorites genres out there and this book totally rocks the genre.

The world building and the characters  are detailed and make you want to keep on reading. Since i stumbled upon this series, all i did was binge read it quite shamelessly. Emberly is quite the tough cookie and although the romance might seem slow and sometimes lacking, one has to keep in mind that UF books are not so focused on romance as PNR ones, but instead concentrate on world building, action and character development.

If you, avid followers happen to like complex books with just the right amount of mystery, action and fantasy, then this is the series for you. But if you’re used to easier reads, with simple plots, the steer away. “Ashes Reborn”  has a lot going on as far as miniplots and subplots and epic clues are concerned and it can be pretty tough at times to keep up with the details.

Well, there’s a pretty horrific scene going on in this book. I really won’t get into too many details, but reader discretion is advised. UF might not be as steamy as PNR, but it still is pretty mature in its own right and some content may be too violent or gruesome for some.

But hey, what more can you ask when you have individuals who can reincarnate, resurrect and have the greatest insurance as immortals.  Think of Emberly as the classic urban fantasy h who can kick ass and also has the brains to go with the power.

Think more like this actually:

Oh, and we also have witches and werewolves.

And a plague that could wipe billions of people off the face of the planet.

So, in fewer words, hurry up and get the first 3 books (Fireborn, Wicked Embers and Flameout) as well. They are a certain must read for every and any bookworm.

Now, off you go, fellow minions. You have a lot to read considering all my recommendations.

Thank you Piatkus books for this lovely book .

You can buy Ashes Reborn with a Click HERE 



“Dragonsworn” Review

Sherrilyn Kenyon returns with the next addictive novel in her globally bestselling Dark-Hunter series . . .


There is nothing in the universe the cursed dragon, Falcyn, hates more than humanity . . . and in particular, Greek humans. In a war he wanted no part of, they systematically destroyed everything he’d ever cared for. Now he lies in seclusion, away from the world and waits for the day when evolution will finally rid him of the human vermin.

Medea was born the granddaughter of the Greek god Apollo, and among the first of his people that he cursed to die. But she will not let anyone rule her life. Not even her notorious grandfather. And when Apollo sends a new plague to destroy what remains of her people, she refuses to standby and watch him take everything she loves from her again.

This time, she knows of a secret weapon that can stop the ancient god and his army of demons. Once and for all. However, said device is in the hands of a dragon who wants nothing to do with politics, the gods, humanity, demons or Greek Apollites. And especially not her. He is the immovable object.

When Apollo makes a strategic move that backfires, he forces Falcyn back into play. Now Medea either has the weapon she needs to save her people, or she’s unleashed total Armageddon. If she can’t find some way to control the dragon before it’s too late, Falcyn will be an even worse plague on the world than the one Apollo has set loose. But how can anyone control a demonic dragon whose sole birthright is total destruction?

Hello once more, dear book fans. We’re back on familiar ground now with one of my (and i’m sure yours as well) favourite genres. Yep, you got it, the (in)famous  PNR. And this review concerns an equally well known book an author. It’s no surprise to some of you that Sherrilyn Kenyon is an old beloved of mine.  Same goes for the New Work bestseller “Dark Hunters” series, which has reached an impressive number of books (28 so far, with the 29th expected to appear on the shelves in summer 2018)

Right now, i’ll start raving about the last book in the series, a.k.a. “Dragonsworn”. *stares in adoration at the cover*. Since we’re talking about so many epic books, i’ll try my best not to spoil it for you, eager fans, who have no yet managed to read all 28 bundles of goodness.

The couple this time is made out of a very sexy and grumpy dragon and the very tough cookie who happens to be a granddaughter of Apollo.

Yes, that Apollo.

Ladies and gentlemen, i give you *drum noises* Falcyn and Medea.

Let me start by saying that i have a very huge, very weak spot for dragons. And we just happen to have a red dragon right here, with a grumpy, sullen attitude and a heart of gold.

The book starts pretty slow if you happen to be the impatient type of reader, but catches up pretty fast in the second half where i was bouncing like an overeager kid on the edge of my chair in my haste to find out what was bound to happen in the next page (i think i also fried my kindle this time, but God, was it worth it).

We have everything you might want in a story. We have a kickass heroine i utterly approve of (most of you probably caught up pretty fast that i have an inborn distaste for weak-willed females as MCs), we have snark, we have funny moments and excitement as far as the plot line is concerned and of course, in the usual Sherrilyn Kenyon fashion, we get some long-awaited questions answered and some brand new questions to BE answered in the next books to the delight and impatience of all concerned

Mainly me, obsessed (#veryproud) fan that i am; cue in the above gif.

To be blunt, these two characters rocked. They didn’t accept any crap from anybody, they gave as good as they got and there were some pretty fiery sparks going on in this book, if you catch my meaning *hint, hint below*


OK, that was pretty obvious and kind of impossible not to catch my meaning, So, if you don’t have this book quite yet, well then, pounce on the internet and make sure to hit that Buy button to the delight of everyone concerned because And if you haven’t yet reached the 28th book, then shame on you, fellow book reader. How else would you know what will happen with this awesome couple, adorable grumpy dragon included?

Or even the very interesting hints about Urian, Apollymi and others? We even get to see our favorite villain again, well, certainly mine, because Morgen le Fey does the job very well.

So make sure to put your paws on the latest book in the Dark Hunters series. That is, if you like your men scorching hot and with emotional wounds that only a tough and kickass heroine can heal.

And i have a hunch you kinda do.

A big THANK YOU to Piatkus Books for providing me this book for review.

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“Devil’s Cut” Review

In #1 New York Times bestselling author J. R. Ward’s thrilling finale of the Bourbon Kings series, the Bradford family dynasty teeters on the edge of collapse after the murder of their patriarch—and a shocking arrest.


At first, the death of William Baldwine, the head of the Bradford family, was ruled a suicide. But then his eldest son and sworn enemy, Edward, came forward and confessed to what was, in fact, a murder. Now in police custody, Edward mourns not the disintegration of his family or his loss of freedom . . . but the woman he left behind. His love, Sutton Smythe, is the only person he has ever truly cared about, but as she is the CEO of the Bradford Bourbon Company’s biggest competitor, any relationship between them is impossible. And then there’s the reality of the jail time that Edward is facing.

Lane Baldwine was supposed to remain in his role of playboy, forever in his big brother Edward’s shadow. Instead he has become the new head of the family and the company. Convinced that Edward is covering for someone else, Lane and his true love, Lizzie King, go on the trail of a killer—only to discover a secret that is as devastating as it is game-changing.

As Lane rushes to discover the truth, and Sutton finds herself irresistibly drawn to Edward in spite of his circumstances, the lives of everyone at Easterly will never be the same again. For some, this is good; for others, it could be a tragedy beyond imagining. Only one thing’s for certain: Love survives all things. Even murder.

AAAANNNDD we’re back!


This time with a well-known personal favourite I’ve been pestering you guys with for quite some time, a.k.a. the all-time epic J.R. Ward. Today’s book review is “Devil’s Cut” the 3rd book (and the last one, unfortunately) in the Bourbon Kings series.

I’m a bit of a sucker for romantic suspense and southern tales, and since i get both of them in this book, imagine my joy and enthusiasm. “Devil’s Cut” was just as well-written and epic as the first 2 books in the series (here is me admitting that i absolutely adore anything that this awesome woman writes)

I got all my long-awaited questions answered and i got to see front row how  everything worked out for everyone.

If i were a weaker soul, i would admit that i cried like a babe at this last

instalment  of the trilogy and at how everything worked out in the end for my beloved characters. The saga has been for me something like a glorious journey, full of soul and even poetic sometimes (which i simply loved, despite not being the type to go all teary-eyed at soul-wrenching drama)

If some of you, beloved readers, remember “The Angel’s Share” review from a while back, then you’ll no doubt recall my comparison to that delicious old-school soap opera “Dynasty”. You will be happy to hear that “Devil’s Share” maintained the same air and writing style we all came to love and worship.

This series has followed the Bradford family through lots of good and bad experiences (well, mostly bad to be honest). We finally find out who killed Lane’s father, we get to see wayyy more of Gin’s and Samuel, who had quite the chemistry going on as lovers and we witness how everything comes together in the end.

Now, if only that pesky pride would stop getting in both their ornery ways, we’ll be all set, as far as Samuel T. and Gin are concerned.

I’m very sure it’s not just me who has been valiantly rooting for Gin and not so secretly hoping that she finally gets to have her much deserved happy ending. She did grow up and became more mature as far as decision making goes, and we have to admit that we all love some serious character development in a good book.

To sum it all up, my eyes looked like this at the end:

Add to all this goodness a compelling Kentucky setting and the usual scandalous moments we have come to expect from the Bradford family and I foresee some very generous rereads in the future for this one.

2lmtmah, signing off.

A big THANK YOU to Piatkus Books for providing me with a copy of Devil’s Cut for review.

You can buy the book with a click on the links below



“Black Sheep” by Zara Cox

In a family of cold-hearted black sheep,
I, Axel Rutherford, am the blackest.
My father has hated me since the day I was born. The feeling was mutual. In the shady underworld that was my legacy, Cleo McCarthy became my light. She was beautiful, passionate, and my whole world. So naturally my father had to destroy us. First he sent me away. Next he claimed Cleo as his own. But now I’ve returned, and nothing will stop me from taking back everything that is rightfully mine.

He was the love of my life – when my life was still my own.
We were young enough to believe we would last forever, Axel and I. But neither of us realized how cruel life – and our families – could be. Now I’m trapped in a gilded cage: desired by Axel, who must never know the full truth, and controlled by his father, who would sooner see me dead than free. And I wouldn’t even care, except that it’s no longer only my life at stake

29453362Surprise, surprise! This week’s review is a bit of an unconventional read. Shortly put, if you’re under 18 or feeling particularly adventurous, well, either pounce on this awesomeness or look the other way.

This month’s dark read is ” Black Sheep”, the second book in the “Dark Desires” series by Zara Cox and let me tell you, we have Hot written all over it, with a capital “H”.

So if you happen to be a contemporary romance fan,  and you like your heroes dark and roguish , this is the perfect read for you.

Now, ladies and gentleman (but mostly ladies at this point), i will simply start by posting this:

I need my boyfriend right now and i’m not joking after this steamy read.

*cough, cough* Now back to the review.

But before starting one must always gently warn the blog’s devoted followers

The book is not for the fainthearted or for folks who are not into some serious also very steamy- dark romance. And by steamy, i mean steamy and by dark i DO mean dark.

So, if this is not your cup of tea, kindly run away.

Now, then.

Insufferable villain? Check.

Hot male lead? Check.

Beautiful chick? Check.

Captivating, dark plot? Check.

Despite being part of a series, the book itself is a standalone and pretty fast paced, the characters are flawed, human and real just like i like’em and if my inner fangirl didn’t have enough, we’re talking here about 2 rival mafia families. So, double the pleasure.

Black Sheep is a definite must read if this fits your kink. You basically have everything: darkness, suspense, romance and danger. Think more along the lines of dark and dirty but at the same time sweet and sexy.

Yes, yes this awesome author managed to incorporate all of the before mentioned and made it work wonderfully.

So if you happen to like your male leads to be alphas, tough guys no one dares to mess with AND part of the mob, then you most definitely won’t be disappointed with Axel. It helps a lot that the mister mentioned above is a complete master of dirty talking, sexy brooding style and… well, panty-melting sex personified god (no, i’m not joking here).

The only thing i did NOT like was the heroine’s personality. Gurl, for landing such a great guy like Axel and having the poor guy love you so desperately,  you sure lack in the brain department.

Make no mistake this book is still a 5 stars out of 5 stars, but it would have transcended the rating if dear, ol’ Cleo would have had more… well, brains.  Axel, if you ever get bored of her and decide you want better, i am single and available.

And this is why dear reader, communication is the key. It is something i have learned from my younger British literature days. Meaning I have read Romeo and Juliet and deduced that indeed communication is important in any relationship.

P.S. *SPOILER *this book happily does not have Juliet and Romeo’s ending, despite the similarities in the couples’ relationships. To my personal joy.

A big THANK YOU to Piatkus Books for providing me with a copy of Black Sheep for review.

If you guys want to buy this book you can do it with a click on the links below

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