Review: 32 Lays Later: The List 2

32 Lays Later: The List 232 Lays Later: The List 2 by Kate J. Squires
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

I recieved this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

I read Part One a little while back and really enjoyed it. I liked the characters, including the two main characters in Part Two.

Unfortunately I did not enjoy this book. The concept was unique and the titles of the movies were hilarious, but I found it to be off. There seemed to be no connection between the main characters and all three were annoying and immature in their actions.

The entire book is one big sex scene and while it is hot, it’s not the greatest I’ve ever read.

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Review: A Tale of Two Mommies

A Tale of Two Mommies
A Tale of Two Mommies by Vanita Oelschlager
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I received this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Just like A Tale of Two Daddies this book touches on the sometimes difficult family dynamics. With similar questions and adorable illustrations this book explains to young children that kids with two mommies are no different than those with a mommy and a daddy (or two daddies).

A must read for all children, but especially those who interact with children from different family dynamics.

Review: College Bound

College Bound
College Bound by Lilia Ford
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I received this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

To be honest this has been one of the hardest books to review so far this year. It’s been three days since I put it down and I couldn’t figure out how I felt about it.

If I were to base my review entirely off of my feelings while reading the book I would give it two, maybe three stars. I was thoroughly disgusted and repulsed at times, yet found myself rooting for Natalie and Gareth (and getting slightly turned on).

After a few days of reviewing my thoughts I’ve come to realise that by having such conflicting feelings about a single piece of writing, doesn’t make the writing bad; it means the writer is really good.

Considering there is also a warning that the book contains “multiple scenes of bondage, spanking, ménage, and one potentially triggering scene of attempted rape” I’ve come to the conclusion that I love Lilia Ford’s writing and will be on the look out for her future works.

Review: A Tale of Two Daddies

A Tale of Two Daddies
A Tale of Two Daddies by Vanita Oelschlager
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I received this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

While still too young to fully understand family dynamics, young children are generally curious about things that that are new or unknown. A Tale of Two Daddies presents some of the more important(to a child) questions in a cute, easy to understand way. With bright colours and imaginative designs this books provides a great introduction to explaining family dynamics to children.