Tono (Basque Trilogy Book 2)
When the men are in accord then the romance is a little mushy.
Now, those of you who know me will know that I usually find mushiness a bit of a turn off. This is possibly because it contrasted well with the times the two men are bickering and arguing. They would switch from being all lovey dovey one minute to shouting the next and I liked the disparity.
One niggle I did have was the way that the book seemed a little drawn out towards the end. There was a point when I wondered what the point was in what I reading, which seemed more like a protracted HEA than adding anything to the story. Overall, I enjoyed Tono , despite the melodrama and the drawn out ending.
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I guess it depends on my current mood. This one hit true; I needed a comfort read and here it was. Great review Jen. Can this book being read as stand alone? Thank you very much for the brilliant review! I like this book very much even though it did drag on a bit at the end. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Email Address.
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Me Chris?! I have it on my ereader! Hi Wave and thanks :. More like lots of shouting and make-up sex, lol! Thanks for letting me know Jen. I will definitely read it.
Enny: Thank you :. Well you better get to it then, Chris :P.
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