I have a novel on Amazon I'd like reviewed, and will review someone else's novel on Amazon in exchange.
My book is a contemporary geek romance set in the first person, snarky and sarcastic.
What's the worst thing that could strike someone who prides herself on logic and its application to every day life? A complete immersion into the Land of Emotion with no tour guide in sight.
To cope with her mother's flaky nature and penchant for classic Star Trek lore, Kaylis Woods adopted a very logical (or as Willow would say, Vulcan) attitude toward life. This is somewhat diametrically opposed from her personality, whimsical and sarcastic as she happens to be. Her humor and whimsy help to deal with the wisps of memories plaguing her sleep since childhood. Filed away as figments of imagination, little did she realize those remnants would come to haunt her when she accepted the ring Dmitri presented.
After embarrassing them both during the proposal, Kay listens to what her mother has to say on the subject, being that Willow has been married four times herself. Willow proposes a solution for two issues: (1) see a therapist to get perspective on the situation and (2) she will stay out of wedding planning, unless Kaylis requests said assistance.
Being that Willow named Kaylis after the Klingon God of War, one can see why curtailing Willow's planning participation is a good idea. Unless one is into the Tudor era or Ferengi officiants, which Kay is not. Dmitri stands steadfast in his desire to wed Kay, but his patience is tested when Kay's therapy session reveals more than either of them wished to know, leading to the question of whether they will make it to the alter? Complicating things is when Kay's ex shows up, triggering anxiety and panic attacks, which can only be likened to the engagement incident. Upset and overwhelmed, Kay acts out and ends up swan-diving into the figurative fire.
A Toast to Starry Nights mashes humor and finger-licking good sexiness in the blender with psychology, and sets that beast on frappe. Served with whipped cream and a few good nuts.
Please contact me via email if you would like a copy of A TOAST TO STARRY NIGHTS to review. mandireiserra (at) gmail (dot) com ||
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