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  • Wonderful

    I really am going to re-read this—-the literature, the poetry, the slow budding relationship—-it makes thus one an absolute favourite for me!! I cannot wait to read other works from this author. Very well researched...

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  • Very cute

    This was a cute, short story about a professor and his student. When Sabre stays after class to inquire about extra reading materials, Drax can finally put a face to the name of the student who's papers have been so surprisingly well written. After going on an impromptu 'field trip' with another group of Drax's students, Sabre and Drax find they have more in common than they thought. This was an interesting story with shape shifters and humans and it was well done, but I was kind of surprised at the abrupt ending. I'm hoping there is more to this story because I'd like to get to know Ben a little more. *Arc copy provided by the author via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*

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  • Warm, Sweet Tale

    What a unique, and completely charming tale! Ta Weezo's Blues is unlike anything I've ever read before, and I'm anxious to dig into the backlog of stories by Layla Dorine. A warm and sweet comfort/hurt story where the characters make a strong connection, Ta Weezo's Blues won me over with the mystic aspect that Ms. Dorine adds into the plot. Not being a blurb reader I was completely surprised, but it works!

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