This book will have you grinning like an absolute nutcase, have you smirking on the bus whilst the person perched next to you gives you a dirty side-eye.
Lies, adultery, a loveless marriage, some men being super pricks, scheming staff and a hint of sneaky romance on the side. Everything you could want in a book.
You don’t have to give up on books just because your brain is wired a little differently. You just need to adapt.
I love you little book with a hint of witchy vibes. You are the perfect read for winter nights.
Perhaps I’m dead inside. Perhaps I just ‘didn’t get it’, or perhaps my humour, haunting or dark detection switch was set to off that day, but Convenience Store Woman wanders its way into the meh-you’re-alright-but-also-totally-average pile.
I wanted to love you (I really, really did). You had everything I like in a good read – a pretty holographic cover, a post-apocalyptic setting and a twist on the traditional vampire take. It should have been perfect.