Sunday, July 6, 2014

Electrochemistry by Andrew Grey.

Meet Brad Jergens, a science major in college.
Meet Jordy Fleming, a student  at the same college. A person Brad notices from afar but feels he doesn’t stand a chance of being good enough for Jordy.
Brad is coerced into going on a cruise with his family during the break in school. He asks his best friend. Helen to go with him so he’s assured he’d have somewhat of a good time.

First  day on the ship and what do you know, fate happens. He runs, literally, into Jordy.
They hang out together and it looks like they’re getting close. Brad thinks he’s just a ship romance for Jordy.

This was a really fun read. It’s light and has funny parts. The most angst in this book is in Brad’s head.

Where it ended, I hope there will be a sequel or at least they will be in the next book somehow. The romance didn’t have a chance to run that far. The story  tells of a nice beginning and I would love to see where this one goes.

I really enjoy Andrew Grey’s writing and I have enjoyed this series.  This is a must read for new fans and old fans alike.
I give this Five Blue Roses

Pride and Modern Prejudice by AJ Michaels


If you are a fan of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice , a fan of boy meets boy and falls in love with said boy, then you are in for a treat.

Pride and Modern Prejudice is Austen’s Pride and Prejudice meets current day.  Being that she did things out of the norm of women in her day, I do believe this is the version she would have written if she had written it in this day and age.

Instead of the Bennet sisters it has the Bennet brothers. The two oldest being  Jamie and Liam. One is shy and the other is mouthy.

There is Charlotte as the best friend to Liam. You’ll have to read the book to find out if she marries Mr. Collins. Yes he is in there too.

Find out who falls prey to Mr. Wickham. I’m not stating any spoilers by saying that because any Jane  Austen fan will already know he’s bad news J

Even Catherine de bourgh with snobbishness.

This is a terrific read for any fan of AJ Michaels and any fan of Jane Austen.

I give this book five Blue Roses.