terça-feira, 2 de abril de 2013

"S.E.C.R.E.T.", By L. Marie Adeline [Review] Os Livros Nossos

Isabel Alexandra Almeida, Administrator at the Blog Os Livros Nossos [Our Books]  brings you a review of S.E.C.R.E.T., an erotic novel released this year by L. Marie Adeline.


Cassie Robichaud’s life is filled with regret and loneliness after the sudden death of her husband. She waits tables at the rundown Café Rose in New Orleans, and every night she heads home to her solitary one-bedroom apartment. But when she discovers a notebook left behind by a mysterious woman at the café, Cassie’s world is forever changed. The notebook’s stunningly explicit confessions shock and fascinate Cassie, and eventually lead her to S∙E∙C∙R∙E∙T, an underground society dedicated to helping women realize their wildest, most intimate sexual fantasies. Cassie soon immerses herself in an electrifying journey through a series of ten rapturous fantasies with gorgeous men who awaken and satisfy her like never before. As she is set free from her inhibitions, she discovers a new confidence that transforms her, giving her the courage to live passionately. Equal parts enticing, liberating and emotionally powerful, S∙E∙C∙R∙E∙T is a world where fantasy becomes reality


   S.E.C.R.E.T. corresponds to the first erotic novel of a trilogy, and here it ends any the possible similarities with other works categorized under this literary genre, because originality is one of its characteristics that most impresses the reader in this narrative.

   The author, L. Marie Adeline, writes this story using a pseudonym, and gives us an array of characters, using as set the fascinating and mysterious New Orleans, USA.

   Cassie Robichaud is our protagonist. She is a young widow, in her thirties, initially shy, dull and lacking strong feelings at an emotional level, since she has experienced a premature widowhood, and her husband, an alcoholic, did not lead her to full realization as a woman.
A maid at Café Rose, she works in the company of two colleagues - the kind Dell and the arrogant Tracina [the inconvenient girlfriend of Will - Cassie´s the sexy boss].

   A customer leaves by mistake [has it been so?] a curious diary, telling his sensual and sexual experiences, all very daring and rewarding. Unable to resist the natural human curiosity and voyeurism, Cassie cannot resist reading some passages of such document before it is claimed by the rightful owner.

   Cassie finds herself recruited to profit from the help of a strange secret society – S.E.C.R.E.T.- Whose original functions are to provide local women, who accept some challenges, a rediscovery and personal growth on a psychological, emotional and sexual basis, daring to fulfill their most secret fantasies, losing fear, and gaining self-esteem and self-confidence that they thought to have lost forever.
In a climate of continuous suspense, the author knows how to build (missing an object) perfectly, we dive into the world of S.E.C.R.E.T., through the reports of the various personal experiences narrated by Cassie. The whole process is divided into ten steps, and when succeeded in each of them, the participants gain a pendant for an elegant gold bracelet that turns out to be the symbol of the achievements of these women and mark of their gradual development. (this is far too big and it is only an extended synopsis)

  Written in a simple but irreproachable way, both on syntactic and grammatical levels, the author takes us to closely watch, and without sparing any details, the path of Cassie, towards her growth as a sensual and self-confident woman, which is predisposed to seek her future happiness.
The scenes of explicit sexual nature are quite detailed and daring, but are properly contextualized, and if it is true that this story involves sex and eroticism in high doses, the truth is that it goes well beyond this component.

   S.E.C.R.E.T. provides moments of healthy irony, and the confessional tone of the narrative, done through the first person by Cassie Robichaud will grow in making the reader empathize with this character.

  Truly delicious is the personification of the five years of enforced celibacy of the protagonist: "When experiencing new clothes, those five years were on the mirror looking at me, making me feel ridiculous. Five years were also put under the table whenever I had a date , lying at my feet. "

   The novel also portrays the daily lives and cultural traditions of New Orleans, and turns out to be possible to draw a curious enough parallel between Cassie, while being reconstructed as a woman and as a person, and the the city facing its slow reconstruction process, after the trail of death and destruction left by Hurricane Katrina.

  Through an engaging writing and an unexpected twist end that leaves the readers curious about the emotional future of Cassie, and the next activities of S.E.C.R.E.T.

At the end of this first novel in the trilogy, many answers emerge, but lots of questions remain waiting for an answer, which leads the reader to a sense of wanting to uncover many more secrets.

And you reader? Do you accept the next step?

   It is worthwhile to unveil this unique universe, where women take the leading role in the evolution of the whole story, the power of the eternal feminine in all its essence and in the form of a story that came to distract us, but above all, to make us think about choices, consequences, decisions and necessary changes, conquered step by step.

I, recommend this book without any hesitation. It matched and even exceeded my expectations.

sexta-feira, 29 de março de 2013

"A Million Suns" by Beth Revis [Review] Crónicas de uma Leitora

 Another review from the blog Crónicas de uma Leitora, this time is Mafalda Férias's turn to publish her review! She's also the administrator of the blog Algodão Doce para o Cérebro. You can see the original post here.

A Million Suns (Across the Universe, #2)

Godspeed was once fueled by lies. Now it is ruled by chaos. It’s been three months since Amy was unplugged. The life she always knew is over. Everywhere she looks, she sees the walls of the spaceshipGodspeed. But there may be hope: Elder has assumed leadership of the ship. He's finally free to act on his vision—no more Phydus, no more lies. But when Elder learns shocking news about the ship, he and Amy race to discover the truth behind life on Godspeed. They must work together to unlock a mystery that was set in motion hundreds of years earlier. Their success—or failure—will determine the fate of the 2,298 passengers aboard Godspeed. But with each step, the journey becomes more perilous, the ship more chaotic, and the love between them more impossible to fight. Beth Revis catapulted readers into the far reaches of space with her New York Times bestselling debut, Across the Universe. In A Million Suns, Beth deepens the mystery with action, suspense, romance, and deep philosophical questions. And this time it all builds to one mind-bending conclusion: They have to get off this ship. 

This is the second book of the trilogy and the author has finally managed to keep my attention in this serie.
I found the book at a higher level than the first in world-building terms, but the relationship between Amy and Elder took a big step back, because there was not much romance in the book, thus ending up in second plan. I think that the theories and clues about the great secret of Godspeed were very good and I quite liked this story, I felt involved in the mystery. With this dystopian challenge I’m very selective with the readings and the truth is that in all of the dystopias that I've read before, this book doesn’t reach the level of Delirium and Divergent. I’m constantly comparing books and it's something I cannot stop doing.
Although this book isn't what I wanted it to be, Beth Revis managed to maintain a fairly interesting plot, where it is centered in the same place and the pace is slow at the beginning, but it gains some spark until the final pages that take breathtaking speed. It was my favorite part of the book and I look forward to read the third volume with some anxiety. We can finally discover the new planet that was so much promised to us, as we will have the presence of "frozen" including Amy's parents that from now on will have a more active role in the story.
As for the romance between Amy and Elder, hopefully it will get into something more compromising. I know this is a YA book but it doesn't necessary need to be so soft!
As this is the second book of a trilogy and we are in-between the series, it was a reading that pleased me and I think it would be a good acquisition to the Portuguese Publishing Houses.

segunda-feira, 18 de março de 2013

Collide by Gail McHugh [Review] Leitura Não Ocupa Espaço

Another review from the blog Leitura Não Ocupa Espaço

Ebook Edition, 400 pages
Published January 18th 2013
Edition Language English

A missed first encounter…
Colliding with a second chance…
On the heels of graduating college and trying to cope with her mother’s death, Emily Cooper moves to New York City for a fresh start.
While harboring secrets of his own, Dillon Parker takes care of Emily through her grief. Knowing he can’t live without her by his side, he’s sweet, thoughtful, and everything Emily has ever wanted in a man.
Until she meets Gavin Blake—a rich and notorious playboy who is dangerously sexy and charming as hell. Emily tries to deny the instant connection she feels, but Mr. Tall, Dark, and Handsome is not inclined to let go so easily. Recovering from his own painful past, Gavin will stop at nothing to win Emily over.

This unexpected encounter compels Emily to question her decisions, forcing her to make a choice that will destroy friendships, shatter hearts, and forever change her life.


I´m so mad right now ( Meltdown Moment), I don't have the words to explain what I´m feeling.
Why oh why summer is 4 months from now? I can’t take this...
Absolutely PERFECT, this is the one thing I can say about this book PERFECT.
I can’t believe I was able to finish it, and I say this because all the way through the book my heart was getting squeezed little by little. This was excruciatingly amazing.
I loved the book, I am mad for certain, I just want Dillon to drop dead (I never thought I would wish this on someone and yeah yeah I know is a fictional character :P ), and leave Gavin and Emily alone.

Gavin is absolutely amazing, he always knows the perfect thing to say to express is love, and I applaud him for trying to be the decent guy. He was hurting from not being able to have her, and by knowing the bastard Dillon is, but he made everything perfectly. He didn´t step any boundaries, he always respected her, always had her in his mind and he wasn´t about to let her face Dillon alone. It takes a pretty decent man to always put her first despite the hurt in his heart.
Emily made me mad a few times, but I completely understand her, it wasn´t as simple has that to forget what Dillon had done for her in those months she needed the support. But damn it took her long enough to see the true Dillon. Ok I guess with all the pressure she endures with both feelings, it took a toll on her, but come on you have this amazing guy in front of you and you take months to see he´s completely head over heels and would do absolutely everything for you?
AAAAAWWWWWWWWWW I just wanted to scream at that, God it made me mad.
And of course Gina had to come in to the picture again to ruin the perfect moment, now in that moment I just wanted to throw my tablet to the wall. Come on you see the girl there and instead of confronting him you vouch? I would kick her ass and make him explain himself. I wouldn´t believe him either but at least I would have that satisfaction :P

Sure at that moment I understood she was mad, but not mad enough to get back to stupid Dillon. Better be left alone than to go to that bastard again. But ok, that just fueled me a bit more. ( Now I´m fuming, steam is coming out of my ears)

The final chapter was the stone that broke my heart to pieces, I really loved this book, I cried with them, I got immensely mad and cursed both Gavin, Emily and Dillon to hell, I laughed :) and got jealous when after they made love Gavin told her those beautiful words (I don't think that after years of reading books I ever read such a beautiful announcement of love from a guy before. It was just heartbreaking, in a very good way of course. I melted and ooohhhh the entire speech :) the guy is just adorable. ( This reviewer is not a romantic person at all, but in that moment she was giggling like a school girl )

The only thing I can say after all this drama and heartbreak is that the author made an extraordinary job with this book and I can wait to read Pulse ( sequel).
And a warning ( I know this is a book... It doesn´t matter, I´m that crazy) but I will kill Dillon with my bare hands if he makes anything to hurt these two ( I guess I have to train my upper body strength because I know for sure that will happen :P ).

Now seriously I LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED Collide. It was just mind breaking, heart swelling BEAUTIFUL !!!

domingo, 17 de março de 2013

The Lunar Chronicles: Cinder [Review] Monster blues

Monster blues is a writer and reader's blog which includes short book reviews and personal texts and poems, most in Portuguese, a few in English. The bloguer published her first book, Alma Rebelde (Rebel Spirit) in 2012.
 You can read the original post here.

The Lunar Chronicles: Cinder

Humans and androids crowd the raucous streets of New Beijing. A deadly plague ravages the population. From space, a ruthless lunar people watch, waiting to make their move. No one knows that Earth’s fate hinges on one girl. . . .

Cinder, a gifted mechanic, is a cyborg. She’s a second-class citizen with a mysterious past, reviled by her stepmother and blamed for her stepsister’s illness. But when her life becomes intertwined with the handsome Prince Kai’s, she suddenly finds herself at the center of an intergalactic struggle, and a forbidden attraction. Caught between duty and freedom, loyalty and betrayal, she must uncover secrets about her past in order to protect her world’s future.
Because I read this in English in my kindle, and especially because I want to, I'm writing this opinion in English, and then I'll shorten it to a Portuguese version.
I bought this book because I love retellings, can't resist one, and there were such exciting opinions about it. I should have been warned by someone that, unlike the original story, this one doesn't have a ahappy ending... or a sad one. It simply doesn't end. I had to deal with a terrible and unexpected cliff hanger that rushed me to the kindle store to get the next book. And I have just found out there are at least four!
My reaction speaks volumes, though. I found it a little difficult at the beginning, I love science fiction but was havind a hard time fusing it with the fairy tale. Then I just stopped caring, it is so nice.
The world build after a WW IV is believable and not overdone, with a bit of old world revival that makes it interesting. You get a pretty good idea of how the power is assigned, how the world is porganized, what threatens it and why. Being set in Beijing is clever, given the  importance of China as a rising economic power, but also our ocidental view of its culture and society - too many people, the opression, etc, etc.  The disease-plague reminds me of the ancient plagues in Old Europe, or the ones Old Europe inflicted in the new continents (Meyer actually refers to them in the book). The Lunars are my least favourite adition, not because they are hateful, since not all of them are, but because they are the least plausible and left almost unexplained.
Cinder is not the sweet (and weak) Disneyish Cinderella we knew as children, but a strong cyborg with a touch of something else. She grows and changes throughout the story and, cyborg or not, is as human as they come. Or not. The Prince is endeed charming, not the Ken to match the Barbie-Cinderela Disney created, but human, faulty and loveable. I loved the cheery and hopeful Iko (go find out who it is) and the doctor who reminded me of a good old crazy scientist... I imagine him a little like the scientist in Back to the Future, just a tiny bit quieter. I'm sorry, can't help it. Queen Levana is as hateful as any evil queen she should be. I'm still hoping to find out if she is evil just because, as most traditional evil queens are, or if Meyer will give her a fashionable XXI century motivation for evil, freudian maybe. Hope not.
I cannot say I was surprised by the turn of events towards the end of the book (how on earth... or the moon do I do this without a few sweet spoilers? By keeping it short!). People were exactly who I expected them to be almost from the beginning, and their intentions exactly what I expected them to be as well. Since I do not need to be surprised at every turn, it didn't spoil it for me. The cliff hanger almost did, though. Hate them. Simply hate them. I have already bought Scarlet. I'm not going to read it right away, but I will soon. Very soon.

sábado, 16 de março de 2013

I wish...

We are curretnly building a wishlist made of only English books.

Dead Radiance (Valkyrie, #1)
Dead Radiance (Valkyrie #1) by  

Bryn Halbrook had always seen the glow. But it is only when her best friend dies that she discovers the meaning of those beautiful golden auras — Death. Alone, lost in the foster system, she struggles to understand who she is and why she was cursed with the ability to see the soon-to-be-dead.

The new foster kid, Aidan, isn’t helping any. Mr. Perfect seems to fit in no matter what, making her feel even more pathetic. But when his affections turn to her, Bryn finds him hard to resist. Impossible actually. A mystery himself, Aidan disappears, leaving behind a broken heart and a mysterious book that suggests Bryn might not be entirely human.

Bryn stands at the threshold of a journey of discovery. Will destiny help her find herself, find her purpose and her place in a world in which she’d never belonged?

That day I knew for sure. I'd lost control of my tears then. They fell in huge, mocking drops. I stared at Joshua through those bitter tears, my heart missing beats as I tried to remember to breathe.

I finally knew what the glow meant.

I was a freak and Joshua was going to die.

Myriad by Mona Hanna [Review] by Crónicas de uma Leitora

Today I bring you a Raquel's review, co-author of the blog Crónicas de uma Leitora. You can read the original post here.
Edição/reimpressão: 2012
Páginas: 102
Editor: Createspace
After the tragic loss of his wife and child, Myriad Markwin began tormenting the Royal family of Prentor. For eighteen years, he'd mercilessly killed people in the castle on the Princess' birthday. But this year, he wasn't settling for servants or guards. He was going to kill the Royal family themselves. A group of warlocks and witches was out to stop him, but a young newcomer to them, Kalin, was proving the most trouble...

Kalin has denied his magic for years, but suddenly finds himself in a battle with one of the most powerful warlocks that has ever lived. He has to face up to things about himself he never knew, to try and save the Royal family from murder. With his new friends helping him, and a new love enchanting him, can he stop the coming bloodshed? Will he survive the fight of his life?
In a world where magic is forbidden, we met Kalin, who tries at all costs to repress his magical abilities and refuges to understand his own life.
In this search Kalin "stumbles" with Myriad, a super powerful warlock who seeks revenge against the royal family, which has been killing.

I really enjoyed this novel. Involves the search of Kalin, who is trying to control his magical powers, and his relationship with Regina. The novel was created and written  being able to drop the more romantic side of anyone.
Maybe the story is a little cliché, but Mona Hanna can turn it into a very enjoyable
and mysterious reading , although sometimes it is predictable what will happen in the course of history. I found myself often linked with Kalin who was 18, and see itself having to face a lot, especially Myriad.
The book was really fast, the whole narrative is basically in a week or two, yet the story is very good and very consistent, did not make me feel that would be hasty, even with only 92 pages.
A written very simple and fluid, with excellent attention to detail and to the action.

terça-feira, 12 de março de 2013

March news on GoodReads

 The new Claudia Gray's book "Spellcaster" was published this month!

When Nadia’s family moves to Captive’s Sound, she instantly realizes there’s more to it than meets the eye. Descended from witches, Nadia senses a dark and powerful magic at work in her new town. Mateo has lived in Captive’s Sound his entire life, trying to dodge the local legend that his family is cursed - and that curse will cause him to believe he’s seeing the future … until it drives him mad. When the strange dreams Mateo has been having of rescuing a beautiful girl—Nadia—from a car accident come true, he knows he’s doomed.

Despite the forces pulling them apart, Nadia and Mateo must work together to break the chains of his family’s terrible curse, and to prevent a disaster that threatens the lives of everyone around them. Shimmering with magic and mystery, New York Times bestselling author Claudia Gray’s new novel is sure to draw fans of the Hex Hall and Caster Chronicles series, and fans of the hit CW TV show The Secret Circle.

Nalini Singh published a book with 4 novellas called "Wild Invitation"

In Beat of Temptation , innocent Tamsyn has always had a place in her heart for Nathan, a blooded DarkRiver sentinel. But is she ready for the fierce demands of the mating bond?

In Stroke of Enticement , a wary young teacher, skeptical about love, arouses the man—and the animal—in an aggressive leopard changeling who must prove his affections are true.


In Declaration of Courtship , Grace, a shy submissive wolf, finds herself pursued by the last man she ever would have imagined: a SnowDancer lieutenant said to be “mad, bad, and dangerous to know.”

In Texture of Intimacy , SnowDancer healer Lara discovers the searing joys—and unexpected challenges—of being mated to quiet, powerful Walker, a man used to keeping his silence.
The 3rd Cassandra Clare book Clockwork Princess from The Infernal Devices serie will be published next March 19th.

Danger intensifies for the Shadowhunters as the New York Times bestselling Infernal Devices trilogy comes to a close.
If the only way to save the world was to destroy what you loved most, would you do it?
The clock is ticking. Everyone must choose.
Passion. Power. Secrets. Enchantment.
Danger closes in around the Shadowhunters in the final installment of the bestselling Infernal Devices trilogy.
J.R. Ward publish this month (March 26th) another Black Dagger Brotherhood book, this is Qhuinn's time! Lover at Last.

Qhuinn, son of no one, is used to being on his own. Disavowed from his bloodline, shunned by the aristocracy, he has finally found an identity as one of the most brutal fighters in the war against the Lessening Society. But his life is not complete. Even as the prospect of having a family of his own seems to be within reach, he is empty on the inside, his heart given to another....

Blay, after years of unrequited love, has moved on from his feelings for Qhuinn. And it’s about time: The male has found his perfect match in a Chosen female, and they are going to have a young—just as Qhuinn has always wanted for himself. It’s hard to see the new couple together, but building your life around a pipe dream is just a heartbreak waiting to happen. As he’s learned firsthand.

Fate seems to have taken these vampire soldiers in different directions... but as the battle over the race’s throne intensifies, and new players on the scene in Caldwell create mortal danger for the Brotherhood, Qhuinn finally learns the true definition of courage, and two hearts who are meant to be together... finally become one.
Patricia Briggs has a new book released this month too! Frost Burn.

Mercy Thompson returns in the seventh novel in the #1 New York Times bestselling series.

Mercy Thompson’s life has undergone a seismic change. Becoming the mate of Adam Hauptman—the charismatic Alpha of the local werewolf pack—has made her a stepmother to his daughter Jesse, a relationship that brings moments of blissful normalcy to Mercy’s life. But on the edges of humanity, what passes for a minor mishap on an ordinary day can turn into so much more…

After an accident in bumper-to-bumper traffic, Mercy and Jesse can’t reach Adam—or anyone else in the pack for that matter. They’ve all been abducted.

Through their mating bond, all Mercy knows is that Adam is angry and in pain. With the werewolves fighting a political battle to gain acceptance from the public, Mercy fears Adam’s disappearance may be related—and that he and the pack are in serious danger. Outclassed and on her own, Mercy may be forced to seek assistance from any ally she can get, no matter how unlikely.

sábado, 9 de março de 2013

This Man by Jodi Ellen Malpas [Review] by Leitura não ocupa espaço

The first review in the Portuguese Book Bloggers Abroad was written by Sonia Costa for the blog Leitura Não Ocupa Espaço. You can see the original post here.
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Hello everyone!
Leitura Não Ocupa Espaço (LNOE) it's a very loved project I started a year and a half before.
Since then, multiple books have been read and reviews written.
Now, a new member has join me in this journey, bringing with her an internationalization of the blog with english reviews.
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Ebook, 448 pages
Published October 20th 2012
Edition language English

Young interior designer Ava O’Shea has an appointment for a first consultation at The Manor with the owner, Mr. Jesse Ward. She is expecting nothing more than an overweight, cravat wearing, well-to-do countryman, and on arrival, nothing would suggest otherwise. How wrong could she be? This Man is devastatingly handsome, charming and confident. He is also a conceited, hedonistic playboy, who knows no boundaries.
Ava desperately does not want to be attracted to him, but she can’t control the overwhelming effect he has on her. Every instinct is telling her to run, so she does, but Jesse Ward is not so willing to let her go. He wants her and is determined to have her. She knows she is heading for heartbreak, but how can she run when he won’t let her?

I finished this book not knowing what to say, since I started the first chapter, this man had me pulling my hair out and cursing a lot, I guess this is when Jesse tells me to watch my mouth ;)
Jesse is the personified alpha male, controlling, addictive, intense, sexy, hot, amusing, infuriating, bastard, asshole, romantic, possessive, idiot, SEX GOD, I could go on and on about him and after all of this, I would still love this character.

Ava is herself an alpha female, she`s a strong, stubborn, charismatic, assertive, professional, intense, hardworking, amazing women. But she stumbles and retreats to her child ways when she´s confronted with Jesse`s demeanor. And let’s be honest here, who wouldn`t? Ok the girl is a mess when he gets all crazy, but so every other woman that would encounter a man like this.

Everything wrong about him is what makes him so lovable. And it’s what made me pull my hairs, curse and just sigh the entire time. It got to the point, I had my parents at my bedroom door asking me what was wrong :D let just say this was a bit too intense ( or a lot ).

Both characters and me particular, will need some therapy to recover from this J for me is reading the other book, for them well, loads of sex and perhaps some talking ;)

I don’t know where to start with Jesse… In the end I got why he was the way he was, he never had a relationship, or a feeling like that driving through him and it made him CRAZY AS HELL.
 All the times he was uncontrollable, unreasonable, just angry to his core, jealous of her (even do she didn`t see it), worried (…) I knew it had to be a reason. Since the start I could tell that The Manor wasn´t just a hotel, and the Lord behind it had some sort of dead wish. He is careless, not with her of course, just with himself. And completely terrified with the mire tough of her leaving him, she`s the support and the reason to live he never had. But he has completely gone overboard.

I could say a bunch of things about him and all the situations trough out the book that made me insane ( and there are a lot of them ), but I wouldn´t be true to myself if I said I didn´t enjoy every minute of them :D Ok it was infuriating for Ava and if I was on her shoes it would have been for me, but that’s what made this AMAZING story even more incredible.

Ava's reaction was just hilarious, the girl was one step closer to being committed to a hospital. She was amazing, and she tried, Oh god she tried, to maintain some sort of normal behavior and don’t let him control everything, but she failed miserable. I can say that I wouldn’t control myself the way she did, she had a few moments when the power was on her side and she managed to assert herself and be in control :P but let’s face it Jesse´s eyes, mouth, body and soul where enough to make her crack. There´s no way in hell she could say no to that damn man, he's just delicious (there’s a huge grin on my face I can’t control it).

I don’t think I need to talk about Sarah or Matt (secondary characters), this book is clearly an introduction to, Jesse and Ava, and how they manage that first weeks of getting to know each other and see how they react to some situations. I guess Ava lost :D Jesse didn´t give out much about himself, he´s still a mystery. That scar, the age thing ( I won’t even start on that, I don’t care about his age, but DAMN come on just give us the damn number), the fact that he knew she loved him, and that’s the thing about her saying it, ok she was drunk but he heard damn well. Even after that, and especially after that, caring Jesse rushed to the surface, even mixed on all the craziness he would give her those absolutely perfect moments of pure romance ( with a lot of senseless fucking afterwards but nonetheless he gave her those moments). So why in hell wouldn`t he just tell her how he felt?

He was scared about the Manor issue, he didn’t know how she would react to that, but even so, JUST TELL HER. You don’t want her to leave but continue to tell her both of you are just fucking, and then make her confuse and crazy when you blurt out that she belongs to you, that you can’t leave without her and that you love everything about her. EXCEPT TELL HER ONCE AND FOR ALL THAT YOU LOVE HER.

This guy was just infuriating (this is the part where I should say I hate him but guess what)
And the different types of fucking :D God who knew about this? I didn`t, ok we usually have lovely fucking, angry fucking and making up fucking but those other kinds. Hum I most definitely love sleepy fucking :D and senseless fucking OH OH and of course those Remembers hum I am sure as hell would make him mad every day to have those :P
Overall I COMPLETELY ADORED this book.

segunda-feira, 25 de fevereiro de 2013

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