Marcus is gifted a prime female from a vendor and refusal would be considered an insult. It is higher class to have a refrigerated room off the kitchen that allows you to slowly harvest pieces of your ‘head’. For example, arm meat, or cut off the entire arm for a large party.
Tag: book review
Within These Wicked Walls #BookReview
Andromeda is a debtera—an exorcist hired to cleanse households of the Evil Eye. When a handsome young heir named Magnus Rochester reaches out to hire her, Andromeda quickly realizes this is a job like no other, with horrifying manifestations at every turn..
The Dating Playbook #BookReview
The fine former footballer wants back into the NFL, and he wants Taylor to train him. There’s just one catch—no one can know what they’re doing. But when they’re accidentally outed as a couple, Taylor’s game plan is turned completely upside down. Is Jamar just playing to win . . . or is he playing for keeps?
Fake Accounts #BookReview
Narrated with seductive confidence and subversive wit, Fake Accounts challenges the way current conversations about the self and community, delusions and gaslighting, and fiction and reality play out in the internet age.
A House At The Bottom of The Lake #BookReview
For the teens, there is only one rule: no questions. And yet, how could a place so spectacular come with no price tag? Just because a house is empty, doesn’t mean nobody’s home.
The Good Sister #BookReview
Diverse characters, issues of mental heath and personality disorders, non-traditional lifestyles…a good read for sure!
“..the ability to travel back into time is valuable and the technology gets into the hands of the wrong folks and the chase is on. “
Life After Death (The Coldest Winter Ever #2) #BookReview
The fantasy ‘hell’ she creates for Winter seems to revolve around the seven deadly sins: wrath, pride, sloth, greed, lust, envy, and gluttony. Winter has to navigate situations involving these sins until she is forced to either ask for redemption or reject it completely and stay in ‘hell’.
My Year of Rest and Relaxation #BookReview
As a child, she watched her mother sleep her troubles away and desires the same ‘rest and relaxation’. She starts off with a cocktail of sleep aids and anti-depressants but, soon, this isn’t enough. She keeps waking up.
Machines Like Me #BookReview
Charlie purchases Adam, a top of the line robot, with money from an inheritance. His plan becomes to offer him up to Miranda, a tenant in his building that he’s recently realized he cares for, as a shared project. Maybe, if they program Adam’s personality together,
People We Meet On Vacation #BookReview
First impression: This was cute! I can see why its getting a lot of hype. If you want a straightforward, friends to lovers tale, this will likely go down in one sitting and leave you satisfied.
The Summer House #BookReview
I enjoyed the fast-pace of the story. The trick of allowing us to get to know, and even like, the victims before the murders? Coldblooded Patterson! But, the technique worked. I was hooked, and no matter the obstacle thrown in Cooks way, (and there were many!)
The Only Good Indians #BookReview
The story is about a group of friends that while on a hunting trip, angers a strong spirit. It takes a while but, the spirit comes looking for them to exact her vengeance.
Shiver A BookReview
Afterward he watches over her closely, waiting for her to ‘change’ into a wolf. She never does and he never stops watching over her.
Me Before You #BookReview
typical fairytale romance trope. Rich, self absorbed bachelor meets poor, beautiful girl and during a sequence of funny/dramatic/heartwarming events, against all odds, the two fall in love.
The Henna Artist
Not one character is shamed or written to be better than another. I suppose we learn, no matter your choice, loveless or abusive marriage, mistress or childless wife, independent , single woman, it all comes with its burden to bare.