Hey, Lovelies! I’m GIVING AWAY a signed copy of the paper back collectors edition of Opposition, the last book in the Lux series, by Jennifer Armentrout! USA ONLY. (Sorry, my international friends) Just ENTER TO WIN on the rafflecopter below. Thanks for stopping by, and GOOD LUCK!
Remember: This giveaway is USA ONLY.
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Classical music nerd by day, freelance writer and blogger by night. When I review books, I don't dish out and rehash every character and detail. What's the point of reading a book if you give most of the deets away in a review??? My reviews are more about my impressions and over all experience with the book. I am also a world-renowned armchair psychologist, and love to psychoanalyze authors.
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Not a lot, I don’t like when people get hurt because they fall in love with the wrong person 🙁
I have a love/hate relationship with love triangles.
Depends on the story. Sometimes the person you think they should be really isn’t. They can be frustrating!! 🙂
I could go either way with love triangles. As long as my favorite is the most loved. When it goes the other way, it’s depressing.
I could go with or without love triangles, it depends on who the guys are and if I like the person they choose!! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!! 🙂
No, I don’t like love triangles.
Thanks for the giveaway! I don’t usually like love triangles, but it does depend on the story.
It depends on how the author is able to execute it without being the main focus of the story
No, I don’t
I think it depends on the person caught in the middle. There are some I love and some I just don’t understand
Not a fan in real life, but in books, I think they’re an interesting topic…
Yes it makes it all that more exciting.