.... but, I have to post and say that I am very much in love with Paullina Simons' writing. Her novels have a good setting, Second World War Russia, but I was worried about the romance element to theml. I will read books with romance in them, but with myself not really being into the majority of the romance world, I was worried that there would be too much. I will say there was about a hundred pages in The Bronze Horseman where I thought there was just a tad too much... but, when you do not read it that much, it is not over-loading. Everyone, I have to say, needs a little romance from time to time. It is all about, for me, the romance being written correctly.
These books are written correctly. I just sat here and read 150 pages out of Tatiana and Alexander, and I am so taken with it, it is hard to not go back to it. Who was it that picked up Gone with the Wind during their December exam week? I am not sure if it is someone that reads my blog, but I remember reading that somewhere in blogland. are like that for me. Tomorrow I will be studying astronomy and taking breaks to see what is happening to them. I could probably go to bed right now and read the ENTIRE book, but... I really shouldn't. I like this one better than The Bronze Horseman, but only by a little. I know, I still owe a review for it, but I will just post them together. The rate I am going, I might be talking about the entire trilogy by the end of the month.
But, I have to say, the TYPOS! There is a page where all the sentences run together. There are no spaces. You have no idea how much that annoys me. It is not all the sentences, but enough that I want a different copy of the book. I know, I'm crazy, but I know worse people than me.