Though the loss of Ichigo’s father is discussed, overall, this is a very sweet and light-hearted read that had me giggling in joy and secondhand embarrassment.
After reading the summary of this book, on Netgalley, I knew I wanted to dive in. I’m a sucker for fantasy novels that follow someone who’s labeled morally gray.
Judge all you want but I DEVOURED this Christmas book in April…and I feel no shame!
With a bet in place, to ensure they limit interactions and prevent feelings from developing, why do Aja and Walker, both, keep finding reasons to spend more time together?
This story had me grinning, laughing, crying, and squealing with glee.
I loved how gritty, and honest, this book felt. Yes, there are shifters and sorcerers that aren’t something we encounter but the feelings and emotions explored in this book are very real to a lot of us.
This book had me feeling all the emotions, there were times when I needed to scream into a pillow from excitement, and sometimes anger, and times when I needed to grab the tissues because I couldn’t stop the tears.
This book started out strong, with their meet-cute giving off major Cinderella vibes. Summer always had a crush on Aoki but Aoki never noticed her…until the night of their graduation party.
This was such a beautifully written book that had me laughing and crying. I cannot wait to read more books by Therese!
I am so happy that Netgalley approved me for this ARC…it’s rare to find romance novels with such great mental health representation.