A socially awkward guy looking for a superhero and finding love and friendship in his way to find the truth. Cute and super sexy.

Liam Davis & The Raven by Anyta Sunday
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

4.5 you are so much better than a cat stars

Let’s just say this week won’t win an award to best week ever. And let’s also say that sometimes reading saves us from madness, and sadness or whatever we’re going through. So, when I heard Anyta Sunday was gifting her readers with this goodie I jumped (literally and figuratively) and downloaded it on my kindle. And the next I knew (and I’m gonna say it in my usual cheesy ways) it’s that a shiny ray lighted up my clouded day convincing me that you can find color and happiness just looking in the right places. And lucky me, this book was THE place in this right moment, because I was suddenly smiling and forgetting the world around.

What do we have here?

Liam is a cute, lonely and sweet college guy. He is a lovable weirdo, a socially awkward journalist, a man in a mission: he wants to find The Raven, the mysterious vigilante saving lives in campus. And in his way to discover the …

Who is anonymous? Who’s the author of this well written sad story? Life’s hard and here you have an example.

The Silver Cage by Anonymous
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book is good. It is a story of love and hate, both entwined and mixed with a very thin thread. It’s sad too, because life is hard and shitty and once you end a book like this you just want for people to be happy and not afraid of their feelings. You just want to fight against unfairness and all kinds of injustice. Bigotry, intolerance, ignorance. It’s a difficult battle this one but, at least, I’m hopeful that I’m teaching my kids some good values. If they are the future and we could do shit about it, let’s do it, right?

The only reason I’m not giving this book 5 stars is the ending. It felt rushed and not in harmony with what I knew (or thought I knew) about Caleb (one of the MCs). It destroyed my perception of this captivating character and I was so mad in the last page...*growling*

The prose is beautiful. Simple but gorgeous. Or maybe not, maybe it’s not simple at all. It’s just... it is so easy to read, everything felt so natu…

This Larry Stylinson fanfic has super high ratings so don’t let my quitting influence you.

Pull Me Under by Zarah Detand

DNF at 16%, so no rating.

My love and lust after Harry Styles is very known among my family and friends (not his music, him. Physically) till the point that my 7 years old girl even calls him “mama’s boyfriend” (to my husband’s dismay) so when a friend of mine told me about this book coming from a fanfic about Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson I jumped in. Not only jumped in, I dragged my friend Rosalinda with me (who also dies for her lust after this cutie) to read about this very shipped couple.

And maybe that’s one of the reasons of my disappointment: I didn’t see them anywhere... at first I didn’t even know who was who.
I found the conversations flat and weird and I didn’t feel or empathize with the characters. But hey, don’t let my disappointment get to you because I know a lot of people who loved the book. I’m not one of those, no, but maybe you are. I may have loved it years ago... I don’t know. Not the right time for me and the lack of depth in here.…

When I need some detox, sci-fi shorts like this one are perfect. It helps also that Ted Chiang is DA man in this matter.

Hell is the Absence of God by Ted Chiang
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Superb. One of my favorite sci-fi shorts ever. I love the author, I love the way this Novella is written and I love the idea. Original and disturbing.

The existence of God has been scientifically proven and people know heaven and hell are real. But is it God a merciful being, or is he not? You know he exists but do you want to have faith in him? Love him? Because if you don’t you are going to hell. And what if your beloved partner goes to heaven but you don’t love God so you’re going to hell? Are you sure you want to spend the eternity separated? Wow... makes you think, right?

This world is amazing, disturbing, chaotic. Religion doesn’t mean what it means in our world because religion here is tangible. You know how things are, the point is how to live your life according to that since your behavior in life is gonna mark your death.

I don’t want to keep going, if you like science fiction, do yourself a favor and read it. It …

Paris, Seth and Dom’s style: funny, sexy and complicated.

Guns n' Boys: Paris by K.A. Merikan
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Great addition to the Guns n’ Boys Series.

This one is short but full of the beautiful dissonances that make this love story a weird and brilliant piece of work.
Dom and his peculiar relationship with God (and with some Priests *snort*), Seth seeing red because of Domenico’s ex, and their emotions running high were the most remarkable things in this quickie.

Kat and Agnes have a gift. Their capacity to write surreal but funny situations amazes me every time. And that ability is extraordinary because the funny is FUNNY and the surreal, deliciously eccentric.

"It just couldn’t be a nice Christmas meal in a lovely French restaurant, could it?" *laughs* of course not, Seth, who do you think you’re dating! But Dom can give you the best thing ever: fireworks. Colorful fireworks.

Or a human ear or stuff like that. Super romantic.

Undoubtedly recommended! and I’ll keep going with book 3, Guns n' Boys: Homicidal Insti…

Put some Anyta Sunday in your life. You won’t regret it!

DJ Dangerfield by Anyta Sunday
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

4.5 shinny stars

A cutie. A super sweet NA short featuring two lovely guys who will make you smile and sight. Totally Anyta Sunday’s style and very in the line of Noticed Me Yet?, another short that I loved.
I need this kind of stories in my life, they drive me to that happy place where everything shines and makes you smile. Where you forgot your problems for a while, putting what is bothering you in a drawer, for later, just wanting to live your book’s life. In this case, DJ Dangerfield and Justin’s love story. Their kindness and cuteness. Two college guys meeting each other through a radio program. Their sleepless nights, their troubles, turmoiling feelings and thoughts and all of this packed in no more than 65 pages. This is a super feel good read, so nice and sexy that I can’t recommend it highly enough.

You can find it as a stand-alone or in Briefs: Collection (a collection of shorts by Anyta Sunday). Read it and put a smile in…

I can’t wait to know more about Seth Villani and Domenico Acerbi. What a great and sexy job my beloved Merikans have done.

Guns n' Boys: He Is Mine by K.A. Merikan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

4.5 stars

Tender and soul baring beginning, with a lot of sexy and funny times in the middle and a thrilling last third

When you are up for a sexy read but end up in love with the story and the characters is when you know for sure, your hookup has become a long term boyfriend. Because I was expecting a wild ride in a dark night and out of nowhere I got myself engaged, with a big stone in my finger looking around and asking myself what the hell had happened to me and my casual fling.
Yes, I was in for some filth (some is an understatement), a lot of laughs (I got those. I always laugh with these duo even in the darkest moments or probably because of them) and dirty mouthed boys doing obscenities (oh, the dirty deeds... *blushing* dirty they were)and I was more than ready for that, I signed for that, but here I got much more of what I signed for. Romanticism, tenderness, two rough guys opening up to each other, two…

Alessandra Hazard surfs the sci-fi waters quite good and leaves me wanting a lot more of her secondaries. Book #2 now! Please!

That Alien Feeling by Alessandra Hazard
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

3.5 stars.

A cute and light read.

I liked it but I NEED book two ASAP. That’s what eclipsed my reading. I wanted more of Seyn and Ksar till the point I wished the couple to be on page all the time. When the secondary characters shadow the MCs I tend to feel a bit disappointed and that’s why I’m rounding down to 3 stars. Which is not bad at all. It means I truly enjoyed the book and I also found the story refreshing and interesting. Mostly cute, I guess that’s the best adjective to describe That Alien Feeling.

I’m a declared fan of Alessandra Hazard and her OTT protagonists. Here, she creates (again) a clingy, needy, character and a sexy but unhealthy relationship but this time under the sci-fi prism, that dependence and unhealthiness fits brilliantly and makes perfect sense.

So, we have Harry the Calluvian, the beautiful and weird guy with the violet eyes.

A sweet, naive and super kind 18 years old who is experiencing a new…