Monday, 21 September 2015

REVIEW: Percolation, Poetry, and Passion by A.V. Sanders


Rating: 5/5
Percolation, Poetry, and Passion is a short story from a brand new author A.V. Sanders. I heard about this story from a friend and was excited to read it.

Beckett and Simon were a cute couple and while it took me a bit to warm up to the idea of them as a couple, because Simon has a boyfriend in the beginning, when it did happen, my love of them as a couple didn't waver.

There is a little bit of angst sprinkled into this story. It didn't overtake the story and it didn't affect my enjoyment of the book, I think part of it was because A.V. Sanders did such a good job writing this and she has a real talent that I'm excited to see more of.

The ending is abrupt. But it's a happy ending and the couple are very much together.

I would love more Beckett and Simon in the future. And I look forward to seeing what she releases next because I'll definitely be in line to read it.

About the Book

Beckett works at a coffee shop to make ends meet while attending a prestigious university. It's not the most exciting job, but he's done it long enough he's good at it—and can avoid the tedium by spinning sexy little daydreams of things he doubts will ever happen.

Daydreams that soon include Simon, the hot, handsome, and older freelance writer who stops in one day. But then Simon becomes a regular, a bright spot more interesting than the inside of Beckett's head, and daydreams start to seem like they could be something far more tangible—if reality doesn't get in the way first.

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