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  • Review: Can't Escape Love, by Alyssa Cole

    Novellas are kind of my thing. My “catnip” as some tend to say in the book world. That’s why it should be no surprise that I read this one from Alyssa Cole after reading A Duke by Default. In this book, we get to read more about Reggie, Portia’s (from A Duke by Default) twin sister. While it felt like Reggie was more of the “perfect” sister in their parent’s eyes from Portia’s POV, we can see that’s not exactly the case. They’re still trying to control her life, but in different ways. One of the fun things about this novellas is the fandom and “geeky” references throughout. I also felt that having Gus be mostly ignorant of the references and Reggie teaching him about all things pop-culture was fun to read. Despite both characters being very set in their ways and control over their lives, seeing this relationship form was a must-read experience. Lastly, while this can be read as a standalone, I would suggest reading it either after or at least just before A Duke by Default. I feel that my reading of A Duke by Default was greatly enhanced with the addition of this novella. Seeing both sides of these twins’ relationship helps shape each one individually in my eyes.

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  • A fresh breeze in romance

    I liked the characters especially Gus who was sincere with his feelings and so sweet. The story was really interesting and I liked the anime culture references. I could easily imerse. I wished it could have been a few chapters longer though.

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  • Geektastic!

    Cute story with a lovely nod to those of us who appreciate a passionate fandom of one kind or another. A fun, mostly-fluffy read.

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