Noticed Me Yet? – Anita Sunday
Jacob’s in a pickle. He needs a new flatmate, and soon. And what better way to advertise than on the noticeboards around campus?
Trouble is, someone is taking down his ads.
Jacob writes to the offending thief, little expecting to be answered—and soon he finds himself in a deeper pickle: who is this Mr. X that he keeps writing to?
And how can Jacob be falling for him?
I was excited for this book but it didn’t really live up to my expectations. The notes exchange itself was long and boring so I ended skimming those parts but I was glad the guy I was rooting for turned out to be Mr. X. Fluffy and sweet is my thing so I would recommend this if you like that too.
3 Stars – not exactly setting my world on fire but I liked it
Not everybody goes to movies to get their life changed.Samuel L. Jackson
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Step One – Ichikawa Kei
It’s a one-shot about a guy falling in love at first sight with a stubborn guy.
How to catch a tsundere.