This is literally the cutest series I've ever seen. And that is a ridiculous description because it's fast-paced and thriller-esque in spots, all while being a lovely romance that reminds me of the 80s. Loved every second and can't wait for Season 2. What I wouldn't do to have my very own Holo! 😍Although I fear I'd be taking him to the casinos, a la Rain Man. LOL
Sunday, March 28, 2021
The next time I start to watch a dark romantic film...please stop me. I bet this book was really good. But this film was so...not. Visually, it was beautiful. And most of the acting was pretty decent. But the holes. Lordddddddd the holes. So many unanswered questions; things that don't make sense even ten minutes after you've finished watching. What the actual hell? It's such a shame when a film isn't done well and could have been absolutely spectac.
PS - the similarities to the Crave series are comical. (Why do you think I picked it on Netflix? Duh!) I'm guessing Tracy Wolff read/watched this too. Just a hunch. LOL
Sunday, March 21, 2021
Tuesday, March 16, 2021
The BICKERING is insufferable (when they're not gazing into each others' eyes.) And when he REALLY hurts Grace's feelings, what does he do? He sulks...and then apologizes. Time and time again. Hurt...sulk...apologize. Hurt...sulk...apologize. Tell me THAT isn't a slippery slope and a pattern we've all heard before. What kind of lesson is that teaching young people about a healthy relationship?
Wednesday, March 3, 2021
Be prepared for SPOILERS forthwith.
I’m reading this thing, I’m freaking out, I’m laughing a little, and I’m getting really really annoyed with Grace. “Self-centered“ doesn’t even begin to describe how she’s coming off. Everything is about her. How SHE feels about Hudson and how SHE feels about Jaxon (say it soft and it’s almost like praying.🖤)
Right now we’re in Jackson’s tower and she’s seeing all his workout equipment for the first time and SHE doesn’t like it. It doesn’t make HER feel good. You know what? How about taking two seconds and realizing other people exist besides you, and they have feelings too? We haven’t even seen him in the scene yet and I already know he’s doing all this working out because he’s beating himself up over the fact that he was helpless while she was in the ring. And I’m thinking about how horrific this whole thing has been for him and how this must be killing him. But not her, Grace is just thinking about the fact that all of the things SHE loved about this room are gone. POOR YOU! (said like Tony Soprano‘s mother)
If I am to get through this book, Flint better get busy cracking more jokes in the middle of class, to take my mind off of Grace’s selfishness about all of her many suitors. Sorry, not sorry.