I was knocked sideways by the particular care taken to the dialogue, and the challenging nature of the prose. Who is this Jaima Fixen broad, and why have I never heard of her?!!? The book’s editing is flawless, the story composed delicately and precisely, and the romance is a steady, slow, growing burn.
I'm not smart enough for twitter, but I'm afraid stupidity doesn't always stop me. I'm on twitter, but not that much, so it was a surprise to get an email today saying I had a new follower and that she'd mentioned me in a post. It was Cat, the Reader Eater, whose book and food blog is sending me post haste to the kitchen and the library--the stressful part is that I can't immediately do both! I must try out her toasted pasta. (Who knew there was such a thing? It looks delicious).
Said pasta is to be eaten along with my book, Fairchild, and Jane Austen's Persuasion and if I wasn't blushing to capacity already, I'd be even more pink at such praise. Thank you, Cat!
Read the full review and find the recipe here.