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Rob Barker had plans for his weekend and they didn’t involve struggling through the pre-Christmas crowds with the five-year-old niece he barely knows. Left with no choice, he grudgingly takes Pearl to see the sights of London but, instead of following the list his sister-in-law gives him, Rob takes her to With A Kick, an ice-cream shop with a difference. His plan is foiledRob Barker had plans for his weekend and they didn’t involve struggling through the pre-Christmas crowds with the five-year-old niece he barely knows. Left with no choice, he grudgingly takes Pearl to see the sights of London but, instead of following the list his sister-in-law gives him, Rob takes her to With A Kick, an ice-cream shop with a difference. His plan is foiled when he discovers With A Kick is closed for a private children's party, but the owners kindly let Pearl join in. Rob’s mood improves considerably as he watches Father Christmas hand out presents. Not only is Santa a hot red-head under the beard, he is also one of his rugby team-mates, Mick, a man Rob has always lusted after. After Mick confesses a mutual interest, he agrees to meet Rob at With A Kick’s evening party—where there are definitely no kids - or girls - allowed. ...

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bells and balls Reviews

  • Arch Bala
    2019-04-17 21:08

    As the fourth book in the With A Kick series shared by Sue Brown with Clare London, Bells and Balls will tickle your romantic and funny side with the very sweet and fun story delivered in the most adorable way!With no plans over the weekend, Rob Barker found himself babysitting for his five-year-old niece he barely knew. Instead of following the list given by his Nemesis (sister-in-law) on how to go about his day with his niece, he decided to take her to With A Kick. There, a children’s party is being held and they got lucky when its owner decided to let them in despite it being closed for said event. Rob’s weekend suddenly became interesting when the party’s Father Christmas handing over presents happens to be his sexy redheaded teammate that he had been lasting for ages now. When Mick reciprocated Rob’s interest, things started to heat up and turn serious but first – they both need to come out from their very deep-end closets.I totally adore Rob aka Barking and Mick aka Headcase. They are two big, brawny rugby guys who got the hots for each other. I loved the simple premise being all so sweet and funny at the same time. I also loved the easy acceptance from both sides of their families. For a short read, it is very difficult to create characters with very dynamic backstories. Sue Brown yet again delivered with this one. It’s obviously a holiday read but also intended for a year-round reading. This series is really, really good and highly recommended.Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

  • Penumbra
    2019-04-01 03:26

    Bells and Balls is the fourth book in the ‘With a Kick’ series, which centers around an ice cream shop called, ‘With a Kick.’ This is set around the Christmas holiday and Boxing Day. The two MCs are Rob Barker and his rugby teammate Mick. This is told in third person from Rob’s pov.3.5 Stars(view spoiler)[I’ve read a few of the books in this series and it’s hit or miss for me on whether I’ll like them or not. Two authors switch off writing the stories, and I seem to prefer the ones written by this author. Saying that, this book still has its issues. I spotted numerous spelling and grammar problems that could’ve been easily fixed. I got a good feel for Rob. He seemed like he was looking for a quick hook-up with Mick and nothing else. Mick put the brakes on that right off the bat and later an incident occurs making it necessary for Rob and Mick to take it slow. Lee, one of the employees at With a Kick, tells Rob to go slow with Mick because ‘he’s a deeply private person’. Nobody really knows him, not even Patrick the owner of the shop and he’s known Mick for twenty years. With that big buildup about Mick, I figured there’d be some huge reveal about him later on in the story, but no. There’s really nothing. Rob visits Mick’s family and Mick visits Rob’s. After the hinting in the ice cream shop, I was let down because nothing really happened. Because we don’t see through Mick’s eyes, we don’t get much of a feel for him either. The characters do seem suited for each other, but Mick’s character was still a disappointment.The secondary characters were either likeable or annoying. Surprisingly, I found Rob’s niece, Pearl, aka Peril, sweet and I don’t usually like kids in stories.If you’re reading this book looking for some sexy times, don’t. There isn’t any. There’s some kissing and groping, but the first time they’re together is at the very ending of the book and off page, so you’ll have to imagine what happens for yourself. Bells and Balls is a fun, quick read with no angst. Despite the issues I pointed out above, I enjoyed the story. Rob was well written, even though I didn’t care for his character in the beginning, he grew a bit in the process of getting to know Mick. Mick however I found disappointing. The story flowed well and there’s a HFN feel to the ending. I give this story 3.5 Stars, raised to 4 Stars because Goodreads has yet to implement the half-star rating system. (hide spoiler)]

  • Chris, the Dalek King
    2019-04-02 20:11

    This turned out a lot better than I thought it would be. I don't particularly hold out hope for most short-ish stories since they tend to rush things, but that really wasn't a problem here. The previous friendship between the two guys made it easy for me to buy them sliding into a romance, and since it didn't devolve into sappy-over-the-top pledge of eternal love, I really dug it even more. I will say though that I won a copy of this book (actually the entire series) (thanks!), but the mobi copy I received was a bit of a mess in regards to the formatting. I think it was a pdf that got converted, and sometimes those do not work well. This is definitely a case of that happening. It kinda made the story hard to read because it broke up sentences, paragraphs, and lines of dialogue in really weird ways. Didn't make reading impossible, but it just made it more difficult. Pretty sure that won't be an issue with bought-copies though.3.5 stars

  • Lena Grey
    2019-04-17 20:22

    “If you spent your life concentrating on what everyone else thought of you, would you forget who you really were?” ~ Jodi Picoult, Nineteen MinutesRob Barker, of 'Bells and Balls' by Sue Brown, has become disillusioned with life. He feels alienated from his family who he believes do not approve of him and his lack of motivation. Rob hasn't told his family he's gay for fear of even more rejection. In order to ease the pain of isolation, Rob pretends not to care. When his brother asks that he babysit his daughter, Pearl, for the afternoon so he and his wife can have some alone time, Rob thinks it's a joke. He can't imagine why they trust him to be with her at all; but his brother sounds so desperate that he takes pity on him. Rob picks up his niece and promptly throws away the detailed list her mother has prepared for them which includes organic food and other things which are healthy and takes Pearl to McDonald’s then to his favorite ice cream parlor, With a Kick.' After a bit of time with her, Rob is surprised to find that he actually likes Pearl.With a Kick is closed for a private party which includes presents and a visit from Santa Claus. The owner of the shop graciously lets Pearl join the party. While waiting for her, Rob meets the men from the other stories in the ‘With a Kick’ series, Lee and Patrick and Stan and David, and they give him a quick rundown on all the other men in their group. He's delighted to learn that they are all gay and even happier when they tell him about a boy's only party later. When it comes time to sit on Santa's lap, Pearl is terrified. She's confused because her mother has told her there is no Santa which Rob finds appalling. He offers to go up with her and sit on Santa's lap himself. Then he realizes that Santa is his fellow soccer player, Mick. Rob has been lusting after him for years, but didn't know he was gay. When he finds that Mick will be coming to the adult party later, he starts plotting.Mick, like Rob, hasn't told anyone he's gay, especially his soccer teammates, but when Rob finds out, Mick decides to let his hair down and spend some time with him. They have fun at the party until Rob's comments get too sexual and Mick becomes upset. He starts to walk away until Lee does an intervention, advising Rob to slow down and approach Mick with respect instead of just trying to get him in bed right away. Rob decides that Mick is worth the effort and embarks on a mission to prove that he wants more than sex from Mick. In the process, he learns a lot about how he perceives himself and how others perceive him as well.This is my favorite of all of the 'With a Kick' series so far. Sue has such a knack for mixing funny circumstances and conversations in with serious subjects. The result is a realistic but hopeful situation, which encourages rather than brings me down. Sue's characters are wonderfully flawed, eccentric, and true to life. Once I understand their point of view and the reasons behind their behavior, I can't help but become attached to them and wish them well. It was great visiting with the other guys in the series and see how their small, but complex community supports each other. This story can be read alone, but is better if read in sequential order. Don’t miss all the drama and fun of the other three books. If you like a funny, realistic story with lots of handsome men, ice cream, friendships, and bringing families closer together, you will enjoy 'Bells and Balls.' Thanks, Sue. This holiday tale was a great addition to the series. I can't wait to see what the boys get up to next.NOTE: This book was provided by the author for the purpose of a review on

  • Anke
    2019-04-19 20:00

    First read in the year 2015 - not bad, but also nothing that will stay with me for long. Just a nice, short read in between.

  • Aya
    2019-04-10 03:03

    I know it's irrelevant but I'm on holidays in a lovely city. Yes, the holiday season has come early for me and this was the first story I started in my current home away from home. With a delicious pumpkin spice latte in my hand , an awesome view of the city from my floor to ceiling window , this short was the cherry on top. It was short and sweet and everything I needed despite not being what I expected. An entertaining read. This is the first installation I read of the With A Kick series, I didn't feel I was missing much at all. Yes, I think I'll be starting from the beginning of this series.

  • Mary Mary
    2019-04-07 20:59

    *3.5 stars *it was a lovely story and even though i it wasn't anything super original or unforgettable I enjoyed it. A LOT.Peril, Nemesis, Uncle Barking amd Headcase were just great!i recommend it to anyone who's looking for sth easy to read without much angst.

  • Regencyfan93
    2019-04-20 21:24

    I enjoyed another visit to the world of With a Kick. It is great to have glimpses of Nuri again.

  • MarcyShane
    2019-04-23 00:00

    Short and sweet holiday story.

  • Elizabeth
    2019-04-21 23:07

    3.5 stars

  • Andrea
    2019-03-27 03:19

    Sweet and light - enjoyed.

  • Mari Cardenas ~ Bayou Book Junkie
    2019-04-18 21:02

    *Book provided to Bayou Book Junkie in exchange for a fair and honest review.*This story was nothing like I expected from the blurb, mostly because it only covers about a third of it. It had much more depth, for one, and it definitely was about more than just Rob and Mick hooking up.Rob was kinda brash at first. Not all that happy of taking care of his six-year-old niece, Pearl. He seemed a bit immature, even if we didn't really knew how old he was, other than him being 5 years younger than his brother. There's more to him than meets the eye, though, and after seeing how he fell for his niece after finally allowing himself to get to know her, and then how he opened his eyes to see others (like his sister-in-law, aka The Nemesis) in another light, I really got to like him. He's outspoken and sarcastic and outgoing and funny, still in the closet for his family and on the rugby team he plays on and not willing to go out for them, because he's not sure how they're going to react.Mick was more introverted, a bit on the shy side, equally intent on remaining in the closet for his family (his father is a vicar!) and the rugby team. While Rob was all on board to them just hooking up, Mick was reticent, since he hadn't dated in years. So, Rob was kind of forced to taking a decision by Mick's friends, was Mick worth it enough for him to woo him? And Mick had to take a decision and see if he could let Rob in, even if neither of them could be 'out'.I guess you can imagine the answer to those, don't you? *winks* From there on, it was like a switch had flipped and we see this different side of Rob. A softer side, if you will. One he doesn't show much to others. One we got a glimpse of at the start of the story through his interaction with Pearl, or Peril, as he called her. Anyway, it was quite nice and I loved that part of the story. Loved the secondary characters, too, especially Peril, who was adorable! The Nemesis, who wasn't as bad as I'd originally thought and Mick's family, who were awesome! I don't want to give much away, so I'll just say this was a very good read, well-written, sweet, entertaining and with a HEA, not much more than you ask for! I haven't read the other books of the series, nor any books by Sue Brown, but I'll definitely will be checking more of her stories soon.*** 4.5 Stars ***

  • Gay Media Review
    2019-03-25 00:25

    Blog Post: and Balls (With A Kick Series but can be read as a standalone as well) by Sue Brown! Rob has fun plans for the weekend but they didn't involve babysitting his 5 year old niece that he doesn't know very well. He has now accepted that he has no choice but to spend the day with Pearl so he sets out for London and all the sights it has to offer. Rob takes his niece to an ice-cream shop called With A Kick. He is not thrilled when the shop is closed but the owners allow Pearl to stay for the private party. Rob is bored already until he notices the Santa at the party as he is one of his rugby mates.....Mick. Rob has always been hot for Mick but wasn't sure the feelings were mutual until Mick confesses he has the same feelings for Rob. They both agree to meet at With A Kick for a night party and no nieces or girls are allowed at this party! I really enjoyed the authors writing style and the humour she uses with these characters especially Robs which was so much fun to read. This is my first novel by Sue Brown and it won't be my last by any means. Rob's nickname for his sister in-law was hilarious...NEMESIS and then that phone call with his brother was some great writing. I was completely cracking up as Rob was trying so hard to figure out why babysitting was so damn important and not clueing in at all until it was thrown in his face. The real fun times begin at With A Kick as both Rob and Mick are attracted to each other ever since they started playing on the same rugby team. Neither of them is out yet but that doesn't stop them from falling for each other. Their road to being together is messy but so worth it. The author told their story of acceptance and love in such a beautiful and brilliant way. Her description of the characters and their families and how being gay affects everyone was so well done and in such a profound and realistic manor. I for one simply enjoyed this novel Bells and Balls by Sue Brown. "Complimentary copy provided by author/publisher for an honest review."Reviewed by Paul at Gay Media Reviews

  • Helena Stone
    2019-04-11 01:12

    This is the second book I’ve read in this series and I can honestly say I enjoyed Bells and Balls at least as much as I did Hissed as a Newt (which reminds me I really have to go back and read books 1 and 3 soon). I like Sue Brown’s men and the way they interact both with each other and with the world.Rob Barker’s day with Peril – excuse me, Pearl – had me in stitches at times. I have to admit that it took me a few pages to get to like Rob but as I got to know him better he more than grew on me. By the end of the book I was a fan of this snarky yet big hearted man.Mick was loveable right from the moment he was introduced which made all the pain he subsequently went through that much harder to read about. On more than one occasion I wanted to give him a hug and tell him all would be fine. Thankfully Rob was there to do that job for me.The slow emergence of a relationship between Mick and Rob was a joy to behold. The way these two big rugby players are almost shy with each other and both in fear of what their family’s reaction to them being gay might be was cute and a nice reminder that appearances rarely tell the full story. It was wonderful to read a story in which coming out of the closet played a big role without being the theme of the book. First and foremost this is the engrossing story of two men coming to terms with who they are and finding each other on their somewhat surprising journey.Bells and Balls was extremely hot for a story that has little to no sex in it. It takes a good writer to make lust as hot – if not hotter – than any sex scene good have been, and Sue Brown did a wonderful job.All in all this was a delightful story. I found it all but impossible to put the book down once I started reading and while the story is complete, I was sorry to have to say goodbye to Rob and Mick by the end of it.

  • GayListBookReviews
    2019-04-14 21:15

    A great short story about family, friendship, acceptance, forgiveness, the holiday season, hot men and delicious booze blended ice cream.It's amazing what you will learn about people if you give them a chance. Sometimes you can find new friends and maybe even love, if you’ll open up your mind and spend some time. Rob finds this to be true when he spends the afternoon with his young niece. I think those two will be friends for life now. When he relaxed a little, so did she, Rob found that maybe the evil sister-in-law didn’t have to be the enemy. When he gave his long time crush, Mick, the time and attention he needed to come out of his shell, Rob found a love and acceptance he'd didn't realize he craved. Mick is a deep one. A bit of a short fuse to go with all that beautiful ginger hair and a huge hard body that entrances Rob. He led Rob on a bit of a chase that was well worth every moment. I loved these guys. They were sweet without being sappy, totally hot for each other while still maintaining a buddy aspect to their relationship. Both men have been trying to hide who they were from most of the world for fear of rejection and harassment. It was great to see them open up and allow a little hope into their lonely lives. A fantastic holiday novella that can be devoured anytime of the year. Another great addition to a fun and sexy series full of heart. Reviewed by NinaTo see more of this review and others like it please visit us at Gay List Book Reviews at

  • Lucy
    2019-04-07 03:21

    Rob seems like such a jerk, the way he refers to his niece (who’s name he can’t remember) as brat, his sister-in-law as the enemy and just all around can’t be bothered. You think you are going to hate him and then…well, you don’t. I have to say, I really like the With a Kick series. Short and angst-free, fluffy for sure, but they are as sweet as the ice cream they focus on. Rob has no idea what to do with a six year old girl when he’s babysitting, so he throws out the Nemesis’ list and they go non-organic, full of sugar, with a visit to “can’t be Santa”. Who turns out to be someone Rob knows, Mick, which makes the day better. And to get a ticket to the adult boys-only party later? Bonus! The sparks fly, the attraction is intense, and Mick isn’t ready for most of it. He’s panicky even as he’s falling for Rob. Very difficult situation. I loved watching Rob realize what he’s been missing and the interaction between Peril and Uncle Barking. For his part, Mick adores his family, the vicar and vicar’s wife, and he doesn’t want anything to change that. Translation: He’s not out. But then I felt so bad for him, “I hate it. I hate seeing everyone else happy in their loving couples and knowing they’d be horrified if I took your hand.” Oh, Mick. Strong, caring and scared. The sex is off page here, which worked for me because the book is very sweet. The change in both Rob and Mick was realistic and they are an awesome couple.

  • multitaskingmomma
    2019-04-18 21:18

    Original Blog Post: Review Request: Bells & Balls (With a Kick #4) by Sue BrownMy Rating: 3.5 of 5 StarsBells & Balls is an ice cream flavor served at With A Kick, an ice cream shop where friends converge and just have fun. This is the same shop that Rob Barker decides to bring his niece where he also gets to meets his very own Santa. Mick is surprised when he looks up to see his friend, Rob, come in with niece in tow. He is even more surprised when he finds out the little girl is not supposed to believe in Santa. As for that day he is pretending to be Father Christmas, he does all he can to help out the little girl and with it, her uncle, Rob.This story is not erotic but it is very, very romantic and fun. Rob and Mick find out they have more in common than they thought possible. As they get closer in friendship, they get further away from the passion simmering between them. Both are closeted and fear the worst.This Christmas, Mick and Rob will find out who their friends and family really are and the answers they find surprise and delight them.Both Mick and Rob are really just regular guys its just that they are both rough and gruff rugby players so they do belch, they snark, and they speak the slang much to the disappointment of their mothers. They are both adorable so I really liked them as men and as a romantic pair. As a holiday read, this is one of the sweeter ones and it does make one feel good at the end.

  • Mandie Foxylutely
    2019-04-17 01:11

    Three and a half stars. Bells and Balls is the fourth book in the With A Kick series but can be read as standalone. Rob Barker finds himself lumbered with looking after his niece Pearl for the afternoon after an SOS call from his brother. He begrudgingly agrees to take Pearl who he barely knows, up town into London where they end up at a party at the ice cream store – With a Kick. Rob gradually comes to like this little girl and as the day wears on he becomes protective of her. When she feels frightened at Santa appearing, he goes and stands in the line with her to go sit on Santa’s knee. Imagine his surprise when under that Santa kit he spots his rugby team mate Mick!This was a quick short read about two men acknowledging to each other they are gay then starting an at first close friendship which gradually builds to something more. I did find this a little quick to go from being brash, tough rugby mates to having PDAs, meeting each other’s family and coming out of the closet. However it was a quick read so I guess the story needed to be at a fast pace. I liked both characters (although Mick was frustrating at times for a thirty eight year old man!) and the storyline was very entertaining. Overall this was a nice read of romance, acceptance, family and all that entails, especially at Christmastime. Oh and those ice creams sound delish!A complimentary copy was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review

  • Inked Reads
    2019-04-24 01:06

    This was a fun, and very funny, holiday story. I loved it from start to finish.I'm not usually one for overtly manly men, but in this case, I'll make an exception because Rob and Mick are so utterly loveable that it's impossible not to like them both. I enjoyed the fact that although there was some gentle humor about their manliness, none of it was over-the-top and it was clearly all in fun rather than a pointed reminder to the reader that they were "real men."It was fun seeing Rob go from seemingly shallow to someone who cared a lot about the people around him. The supporting cast were delightful, and there was a fair amount of turning the typical cliches into fun twists.The relationship between Rob and Mick unfolded at a nice pace given the length of the story, and it demonstrated that there doesn't need to be graphic content in order for there to be plenty of steamy romance.I'm glad I picked this one up!I was given this in return for an honest review by Inked Rainbow Reads.5 starsAmy

  • Christina Wade - BFD Book Blog
    2019-04-17 20:23

    this is my first book to read in this series and i really liked it. i adore the rough, gruff rugby players and how sweet they can be with each other. both rob and mick are buried in the closet. and don't see themselves coming out any time soon. they both are looking for something permanent but aren't sure how to make it happen since they have to stay hidden. rob has been a bit self centered and jealous of his sister-in-law and pretty much shut himself off from most of the world. deep down, he's not a bad guy - just lonely. mick is pretty close with his family and has a few friends that know he's gay. but he is still wistful of the type of relationship he sees folks enjoying around him. they are both pretty arrogant and engage in some pretty entertaining banter. the writing was good as were the secondary characters (most of which i see now are in previous series books). i will definitely be checking out the other 3 books in the series as well as other books by ms. brown.

  • A.M. Leibowitz
    2019-04-01 22:15

    This was a fun, and very funny, holiday story. I loved it from start to finish.I’m not usually one for overtly manly men, but in this case, I’ll make an exception because Rob and Mick are so utterly loveable that it’s impossible not to like them both. I enjoyed the fact that although there was some gentle humor about their manliness, none of it was over-the-top and it was clearly all in fun rather than a pointed reminder to the reader that they were “real men.”It was fun seeing Rob go from seemingly shallow to someone who cared a lot about the people around him. The supporting cast were delightful, and there was a fair amount of turning the typical cliches into fun twists.The relationship between Rob and Mick unfolded at a nice pace given the length of the story, and it demonstrated that there doesn’t need to be graphic content in order for there to be plenty of steamy romance.I’m glad I picked this one up!

  • Bo
    2019-04-05 01:58

    Ideal Palate CleansersThis review is for all five books in this series, and one hopes that author Clare London has at least one more she is working on so that we can finally tie a bow around the series.The premise of a too-cool-to-be-true London ice-cream parlor just happening to be the serendipitous location where ten completely different men accidentally meet to form five completely ingenious couples is laced with laughter, off-the-wall plots, a lot of sex (sometimes), some rough sex (sometimes), but always hope, will have you buying the next one and the next one and the next one and the next one, and hoping for a sixth (or maybe plenty of others) each time.Each book is an easy novella-length palate cleanser you can pick up anywhere you want to read but not deal with the next chapter of a full meal book--or really, as a just dessert for any other one you finish. Cheers! (P.S. I LOVED this one best).

  • Molly Lolly
    2019-04-03 02:02

    Original review on Molly LollyFour stars!Even though this is the fourth book in the series, you don’t have to read any of the other books to enjoy this one. It’s the first in the series I’ve read so far. Of course now I want to go read the rest. I truly enjoyed this book. It was interesting watching Rob and Mick dance around each other and their families at first. I enjoyed the other characters at With A Kick and want to read more about them. As a parent it was funny to read about someone else finding Peppa Pig just as annoying as I do. I’m eager to see these two in future With A Kick books.

  • Donna
    2019-04-15 22:03

    This is book number four of the series but it can be read as a stand-alone. No really, it actually can. I’ve read book number one, which was written by Clare London, and I really liked it. I always intended to read the rest of the series, I just never got around to it until the release of this book. But with the way the series is written I can easily go back and pick up the other two.My full review of Bells and Balls can be found at Love Bytes

  • Lillian Francis
    2019-04-09 02:06

    I'm enjoying reading this series close together (I've been alternating these with other reads in between) and with only one left now I'm well placed for when we finally get Patrick and Lee's story in February.This one, as the cover might suggest, stars a couple of chunky rugby players. Big lads with big appetites to match but both hiding deep within the closet. Anyone who has read my own books will know I have a soft spot for a man who can play rugby, so this one had my name written all over it :) Sweet, and we get to catch up with several of the other couples, plus it's Christmas to boot.

  • Suze
    2019-03-24 00:19

    A cute story about two guys, Rob and Mick, who play rugby together and have lusted for each other from afar for years but both have been stuck firmly in the closet because of family beliefs and uncertainty over the reactions from their teammates and work colleagues.I liked their meet cute, thought Peril was the star of the book and would have liked more more following on from the end of this. The story is quite short and I would have really liked a longer treatment to get into the characters heads more.

  • Bookish
    2019-04-06 22:11

    Sort of nice and funny, but unsatisfactory in that it seemed a bit of quick turnaround from shallow idiot MC to responsible, kind MC. This didn't have the story length to be convincing in the growth of the character. It could have made for a good longer novel, though.

  • Yvette
    2019-03-25 02:04

    Cute story.

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  • Sheilad37
    2019-04-14 00:09

    Very cute. Stand alone, but makes me want to read the rest of the series.