Book Reviews

Allison Shatters the Looking Glass by C.M. Stunich

My edition: Kindle Unlimited
Pages: 309
Series: Harem of Hearts #3 Final installment
Genre: Dark, Reverse Harem
Publish: Oct 23, 2018 Sarian Royal
Rating: DNF at 60% No Rating


I’m so fucking scared right now.
No, not just scared—I’m terrified.
And if you’re reading this, you should be, too.

I fell through the Looking-Glass; I got back home.
But get this: I didn’t come alone. Oh, and it doesn’t feel like home anymore.
Unlike Alice in the original story, this is not my Wonderland.

In the original story, the Walrus and the Carpenter didn’t follow Alice back.
In that story, she didn’t bring her harem of lovers with her to meet Dad.
Mom, Dad, meet my nine boyfriends; one of them’s a faerie who foretells the future—is that what I’m supposed to say?

Back in Underland, things are even worse.
Betrayal, heartbreak, and death … that’s all that’s waiting for us in Castle Heart.
I’m “the Alice”, bringer of prophecy, and I’m starting to fall for all nine men in my life.

So, can I stop the chaos that’s rolling in on black wings?
If you’re reading this, can you help me, please?
Save the world, get the guys, and give me my happy ending.

ALLISON SHATTERS THE LOOKING-GLASS (Book 3 of 3 in the “Harem of Hearts” series) — is a full-length reverse harem/new adult/dark romance novel, a gritty retelling of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”. Don’t expect a children’s tale; these characters are nothing like their more innocent counterparts. This book contains: drugs, cursing, violence, sex … and love found in the darkest shadows.


I can’t do it anymore. What was a good series is no longer. This book ruined the series for me.

The problems I had with this book. Fair warning: Rant ahead!

Number 1 the cussing is still bad. It makes Allison sound immature.

Number 2 the author is a bit insulting and stereotypical towards the male population. She says

What is it with straight dudes and plaid flannel pajamas? I swear, they all own a pair.

That right there makes your character sound ignorant. My fiance is straight. Doesn’t own one fucking pair of plaid flannel pajamas. How can I be so sure? Five years together, four of those living with one another, and doing his laundry. Hell he doesn’t even own a plaid shirt.

Now I’m not going to say what I really want to say because everyone is entitled to their own opinion but this shit pisses me off so bad. Like I said it sounds ignorant. Something like saying all gay dudes parade around in drag farting out rainbows. See how ignorant that sounds. Enough with stereotyping people.

Number 3 The political views that are thrown in. Heavy left leaning propaganda. (Look I don’t give a rats ass who you voted for, but leave your political shit out of my fantasy books)

Anyway not getting into that, number 4 Allison went from learning to be a badass to being whiny. Authors stop doing this. Stop making a strong character turn into a whiny little girl. Allison took several steps back. She was bratty and selfish. Totally insufferable.

Number 5 Allison is wit washy. She keeps going back and forth with her feelings. I was hoping by the third book she would have all of that check and she wouldn’t be all “I hate him”, “I’m never sleeping with him”, and then be kissing or having sex with the guy she was just saying that about.

Number 6 Allison throughout the series keeps reminding us of her age and her teenage hormones. We get it by now.

Number 7 The author made Allison condescending.

As you can see what is wrong with the book. Allison and how the author portrayed her. I thought I could finish this but I couldn’t. If the author would have put political issues aside and focused on building the relationship with Allison and her men than the whiny brat we got I more than likely would have loved the book.

Book Reviews

Allison and the Torrid Tea Party by C.M. Stunich

My edition: Kindle Unlimited
Pages: 514
Series: Harem of Hearts
Genre: Dark, Reverse Harem
Publish: October 7, 2018 by Sarian Royal Publishing
Rating: 4 stars


Holy fucking hearts.
Did you just read that?!
If you did, I need your advice.

I met fallen angel princes; I met a Savage Duke; I met a Cheshire Cat.
And remember—how could you possibly forget—I’m the fabled Alice from the prophecy.
Just a twisted, dark version of the girl in Lewis Carroll’s old books.

Except in those books, there was a happy ending.
In those books, Alice wasn’t dating nine very different, very beautiful men.
But now that I’ve met the King of Hearts and the Mad Hatter, I’m not sure who the real bad guys are.

I’m the only one who can turn Underland back into Wonderland again.
But if I have a chance to escape the blood, the death, and the intrigue in this place, should I take it?
I’m Allison Liddell, and I’ve got a choice to make: stay here and fight the darkness, defeat the Anti-Alice, and survive the Torrid Tea Party … or run.

Tweedledee says I can change the world.
So if you’re reading this, will you help me decide what I should do?
I want to go home, but I can’t leave this place as broken as I found it, now can I?

ALLISON AND THE TORRID TEA PARTY (Book 2 of 3 in the “Harem of Hearts” series) — is a full-length reverse harem/new adult/dark romance novel, a gritty retelling of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”. Don’t expect a children’s tale; these characters are nothing like their more innocent counterparts. This book contains: drugs, cursing, violence, sex … and love found in the darkest shadows.


Curiouser and fucking curiouser.

Fuck count

Fuck: 121
Fucks: 11
Fucked: 16
Fucking: 137

Well this book would have been a five star if it wasn’t for the excessive use of fuck in all it’s forms. Fucker and motherfucker were used but not enough to count.

Allison has an annoying habit of being in denial of being the Alice. We do find out who all nine of her guys are going to be even if she is in denial of who they are too.

I liked this one so much more than the first book. I still like Allison except for the denial part.

Sometimes, our greatest fears are not our most obvious. Sometimes, our darkest terrors hide in plain sight.

Allison struggles throughout the book on whether she wants to go back home or not.

More plot reveal is given in this book on who the bad guys are and who the good guys are.

The Knave of hearts turns out to be a woman and she is a rightful bitch. I hate her. She can choke on tarts for all I care.

I am going into the final book today. This left on a cliffhanger just like the first book and I need to know how this ends.

Top 10

Top Ten: Authors I plan on reading this year

Hey, how is everything going?

I was cleaning out my TBR list and I found at least ten authors I really want to read this year. I may or may not have read some of their works before but I do have multiply books on my list that I am scheduling for this year.

#10 Jaymin Eve

I have read a few series written by this author. I have at least five or more books of her’s on my TBR that I plan tackling. The first one is her series Secret Keepers. I even own the first book.

#9 Celia Aaron

Of course I have her on my list. I have read many of Aaron’s works and I sort of fell behind on her newer books that came out in the last year or so. I think the first book I’ll tackle is The Maiden.

#8 G. Bailey

Another awesome writer that I have read before and have several series on the TBR. Bailey is an author that I’m up in the air about when it comes to books. I either love them or I don’t.

#7 K.F. Breene

I have only read one series by this author that I have yet to finish. I need to finish it and I have a few others listed. Of course planning to finish the Darkness series first and foremost.

#6 Patricia Briggs

I had the courtesy to read this author last year and fell in love with her series Mercy Thompson and Alpha & Omega. I plan to finish those as soon as I can. Once I get my butt back to the library to pick up the next books.

#5 Elle Casey

I’ve read I think two books by Casey. I loved both books. I have several more on my kindle and even more on my TBR. I am hoping to pencil her in this summer if I’m not extremely busy.

#4 Jane Washington

Washington wrote a couple books with Eve that I have read and even read a series by just her. Now I have another that is just hers and want to explore her writing more.

#3 Steven Erikson

I have Gardens of the Moon in paperback form at home. I haven’t read anything by Erikson so I don’t know his writing style. But I am super excited to get to his book because I’m trying to branch out my fantasy reading. At Barnes and Noble I saw Gardens of the Moon and added it to my pile.

#2 Madison Faye

My go to author for smut. If I need a good smutty story Faye is the first one I go to before Alexa Riley. I am falling behind on reading her books and need to catch up.

#1 Brandon Sanderson

I have had Mistborn series on my list for a long time. Well this weekend I bought the first two books and plan on diving in as soon as I can. I am probably going to hate myself when I didn’t by the first three books in the bundle. I just know it.

What author are you wanting to read this year?

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Book Reviews

Allison’s Adventures in Underland by C.M. Stunich

My edition: Kindle Unlimited
Pages: 320
Series: Harem of Hearts
Genre: Reverse Harem,
Publish: December 17th, 2017 by Sarian Royal
Rating: 3.5 stars


Um. Um. Um. 
Are you reading this? 
If you are, I need your help. 

I was at a party; I was running; I fell. 
And get this—this is the part you’ll never believe—I fell down a rabbit hole. 
Like Alice in those old books. 

Except in those books, there wasn’t blood everywhere. 
In those books, the characters weren’t all male, attractive, and interested in me. 
Forget everything you know about the Mad Hatter, the White Rabbit, the March Hare … 

This isn’t Wonderland; this is Underland. 
Violence, sex, drugs, and magic … that’s all there is in this place. 
There’s me, Allison, and there are the men that want me, the enemies that hunt me, and the darkness that’s quickly rolling in. 

And only I can stop it. 
So if you’re reading this, will you help me? 
Please. I just want to escape this place and go … home. 

ALLISON’S ADVENTURES IN UNDERLAND (Book 1 of 3 in the “Harem of Hearts” series) — is a full-length reverse harem/new adult/dark romance novel, a gritty retelling of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”. Don’t expect a children’s tale; these characters are nothing like their more innocent counterparts. This book contains: drugs, cursing, violence, sex … and love found in the darkest shadows.


We are all made for you here.

It was hard for me to rate this book. I loved the plot. I loved the characters. I loved the dark reverse harem twist. I hated the excessive use of the words fuck, fucked, and fucking.

Normally cussing doesn’t bother me. I cuss like a sailor on certain days and then on others my mouth is semi clean of profanity. But this book at 7% around the 23 page point I had to pull out a sheet of paper and start counting.

Fuck/fucks(mostly fuck): 62
Fucked: 8
Fucking: 68

There were few pages every now and then that were free of these words and I could relax into reading without having to tally, but then like cockroaches and herpes it came back. Sometimes with a vengeance.

Majority of the time, Stunich didn’t need to use any form of the word.

Besides that annoying problem, like I said I loved the story.

A book.

That’s what starts it all, the bloodshed and the violence, the romance, and the sex.

A goddamn book.

While in the first chapter the author dropped “subtle” hints which I hate when a author does this because, you guessed it, they are not subtle!!!

If I’d known then that I’d later see him with a bullet in his head, I’d have run away screaming.

Thanks bitch. Glad to know he will die!!! (P.S. sorry for the bitch remark. You know I love you)

Luckily she only does this within the first chapter and only twice. I think. Maybe three times. Can’t remember.

The only other thing I hated was Allison/Alice/Sonny whatever you want to call her, contradicted herself about knowing the story of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. At 29% she says:

Fuck, I need to ask someone about those damn books and see what they say.

Then a few pages later she says:

But I guess literally stumbling into a brand-new world that I never knew existed, one that matches up with one of my favorite childhood reads, has really taken its toll on me

Um… What?

A few pages she said she needed to ask someone about the books, but then says they were her favorite childhood read. What?

We are all bookworms here. We know if something was a favorite of ours we don’t forget it to the point we have to ask someone about it.

I really didn’t fully begin to like Alice till the end of the book. I will say though I am going into the second book. This one left on a cliffhanger and I have got to know what is going on.

Maybe I need a new sheet and start counting in the next book. Hopefully it has improved with the cussing.

Book Reviews

Prince of Thorns by Mark Lawrence

My edition: Owned (Paperback)
Pages: 319
Series: The Broken Empire #1
Genre: Dark Fantasy
Publish: August 2012 by Penguin Berkley Ace
Rating: 3.5-4 stars


Before the thorns taught me their sharp lessons and bled weakness from me I had but one brother, and I loved him well. But those days are gone and what is left of them lies in my mother’s tomb. Now I have many brothers, quick with knife and sword, and as evil as you please. We ride this broken empire and loot its corpse. They say these are violent times, the end of days when the dead roam and monsters haunt the night. All that’s true enough, but there’s something worse out there, in the dark. Much worse.

From being a privileged royal child, raised by a loving mother, Jorg Ancrath has become the Prince of Thorns, a charming, immoral boy leading a grim band of outlaws in a series of raids and atrocities. The world is in chaos: violence is rife, nightmares everywhere. Jorg has the ability to master the living and the dead, but there is still one thing that puts a chill in him. Returning to his father’s castle Jorg must confront horrors from his childhood and carve himself a future with all hands turned against him.

Mark Lawrence’s debut novel tells a tale of blood and treachery, magic and brotherhood and paints a compelling and brutal, and sometimes beautiful, picture of an exceptional boy on his journey toward manhood and the throne.


This was not fully what I expected it to be. First of all, I didn’t like the writing style. Mostly because I have a hard time reading normally so when something is written Old English or a style like that my brain wants to short circuit. It’s kind of the reason I don’t read many epic or high fantasy.

Jorg… Jorg is a little evil shit. He is most definitely an antihero. He tortures, rapes, and kills on a whim or if he doesn’t like anyone. Gemt is a good example. This all happens by chapter 3. Oh did I mention he’s only fourteen?

It’s a slow interest for me. While I didn’t want to read it, at the same time I did. I know that doesn’t make sense but neither does Jorg at times.

I don’t like to get angry. It makes me angry.

page 3

You don’t say Jorg. Who knew getting angry makes you angry?

This book has an amazing amount of quotes in it though. Even when Jorg is a little shit that sometimes doesn’t make sense, he ends up saying something that hits right at home.

In the end it seems we’re just toys, easy to break and hard to mend.

King of Thorns is on my list to buy but it’s not something I am needing right away. Either next time I go to Barnes and Noble or just order it offline. I don’t know yet but I’ll get it sometime or other.

Some men are too dull to feel what might happen. Others torture themselves with maybes and populate their dreams with horrors more terrible than their worst enemy could inflict upon them.

Top 10

Top 10 Tuesday: Drool Worthy Male Characters of 2018

I haven’t done one of these in a while. Maybe same time last year. I need to do more. So what better way to start the first one of the year with male characters that made me drool over the course of 2018.

The men on this list are from the books I personally read instead of any new books that came out in 2018. Reminder I said drool worthy, not book boyfriend. These men are book boyfriend material for some but for me not so much, I’ll be standing in the corner drooling instead. The men may have done things that make them not qualify for book boyfriend. As warning I will be talking about male characters and what made them drool worthy so there will be spoilers.

#10 Volker/der Mittenachtsjager (Midnight Hunter by Brianna Hale

Volker is on East Berlin and he has caught a woman who was trying to escape to West Berlin. She catches his eye and he holds her captive. In the end he gives up his position and comfortable home so they could be together in the end without the pressure of East Berlin breathing down their back.

#9 Victor/ Mr. Black (Chapter 8 duet by Ella Dominguez)

Victor plans chapters in his life. He lets them willingly sign a contract that allows him to abuse them in anyway he sees fit. But chapter 8 ends up being someone he didn’t plan on finding out about him and being to stubborn to care on how much he humiliates her.

While he is an abusive asshole we can’t help but love his twisted dark side and how it came about from a woman who ended up shredding his heart in the process.

#8 Trey Coleman (Feral Sins by Suzanne Wright)

Trey doesn’t want a mate. So when he hears that Taryn needs out of a arranged mating he strikes a bargain with her. Only they do turn out to be true mates.

Trey can turn feral and it’s not pretty. But in the end he will protect Taryn who is ever bit alpha as he is.

#7 Charles Cornick (Alpha &Omega series by Patricia Briggs)

Charles is his father’s enforcer. He doesn’t ask questions and knows if his father needs him, then it’s important. When he meets his mate Anna, he finds out she was forced into turning and has endured torture from her former alpha. An alpha who Charles kills. He waits patiently for Anna to make the first move so not to spook her or make her feel forced into something she is not fully ready.

#6 Ivan Lukov (From Lukov With Love by Mariana Zapata)

Ivan and Jasmine have been in at each others throats since they were little. Ivan secretly has always liked Jasmine. Jasmine thinks she has always hated Ivan and the same as he felt to her. At the end they finally get together and Jasmine realizes Ivan wanted her to be the best she could be since the beginning.

Ivan doesn’t have the best communication but no matter what he’ll be there for Jasmine.

#5 Jake Dunn (The Dark Light of Day by T.M. Frazier)

If you have read the King series by this author, you know of Jake and Abby Dunn. This is their story.

Jake is such dark perfection. His and Abby’s story is one of my favorites from Frazier.

Only thing that made me not have Jake on book boyfriend is the fact he didn’t listen to Abby about her being raped. He heard from someone else that she was with another guy and immediately he believed. Bad Jakey.

#4 Nikolai Kotova (Amour, Amour by Krista and Becca Ritchie)

Nikolai is Russian, speaks Russian, takes care of his siblings in place of his parents, and is a lead acrobat in Las Vegas.

He meets our heroine in a night club the night before she auditions for the show he is in.

Though Thora does not make the show he helps her with her training to become better so she may audition again. While this is happening, a relationship between the two blossom. By the end when her audition comes up, Nikolai makes Thora promise him that no matter what she will put her dream before him.

#3 Liam Mattison (The BearPaw Resort series by Cambria Herbert)

I love Herbert’s writing. Hashtag series will be my forever favorite. So once I saw her with a new series out, I had to try it.

The BearPaw Resort is the closest I have fallen in love with characters since the Hashtag series. What’s even better is that she wrote a cross over novella called #Vacay. Haven’t read it yet but it is on the list for this year.

Liam’s dad runs the BearPaw Resort. When he was sixteen/seventeen he met the girl of his dreams only to have his heartbroken. Eight years later Bellamy shows up and is in big trouble.

Not once did anything Bellamy did or said deterred him from making sure she didn’t leave without a trace once again. Even if the meant taking on an avalanche to save her from mob men.

#2 Joe Goldberg (You by Caroline Kepners)

Speaking of this I heard there is a TV show out now. I don’t know if I will watch it.

Joe makes the list because of how well written he is. Our lovely little psycho stalker made me want him to be with someone else. I thought he could do better, hell he even did better with a nurse if I remember correct. But no our man had to be obsessed over one of the most self centered, manipulative women I had the pleasure to read about last year.

Even while Joe does one horrible thing after another to try to win the attentions of Beck, I couldn’t help but feel for the guy. He knew she had flaws. Pointed them out but still he obsessed with her.

Poor Joe.

#1 Lucifer (Se7en Sinners series by S.L Jennings)

Lucifer… Lucifer… Lucifer…

Lucifer is the only one on this list who isn’t a hero/anti-hero of the story.

This series was a total roller coaster for me. I personally think Eden should have ended up with Lucifer not Legion.

During the series Lucifer has his loving moments but that doesn’t stop him from being what he is, the devil. He takes no shame and he does not hide his cruel side from Eden. He is one of my favorite portals of the devil character in books/movies. (a list I might make later)

The fourth and final book in the series made me question myself because like Eden the feels were there.

How his story ended makes me wonder if there will be a spin off.

Who was drool worthy for you?

This year already seems like it might be more of a reread year but I have read a few new books. We’ll see what the rest of it takes us.

Happy reading.

What topic would you like to see next week?

Book Reviews

Gypsy Brothers: The Complete Series by Lili St. Germain

My edition: Kindle Unlimited
Pages: 828
Series: Gypsy Brothers #1-8
Genre: Dark
Publish: Jan. 14th, 2015 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Rating: 4 stars


Seven Sons, Six Brothers, Five Miles, Four Score, Three Years, Two Roads, One Love, Zero Hour & bonus novella Alternate.

My father was most certainly NOT an innocent man. As the leader of the Gypsy Brothers MC, he was guilty of many things. But he died for a crime that he didn’t commit, framed by an enemy within who then stole his club and everything he had ever worked to protect.

Including my innocence. 

When Dornan Ross framed my father, he set into motion a series of events that could never be undone. My father was murdered by Dornan Ross and his sons when I was fifteen years old.

Before my father died, Dornan and his sons stole my innocence, branded my skin and in doing so, ensured that their lives would be prematurely cut short. That they would suffer.

I’ve just turned twenty-one, and I’m out for blood. I’m out for revenge.

But I didn’t expect to fall for Jase, the youngest brother in the club. 

I didn’t expect that he would turn my world upside down, yank my heart out of my chest and ride away into the sunset with it. 

Now, I’m faced with an impossible choice – Jase, or avenging my fathers death? 

*Please note this series is dark romance and deals with serious themes. It is intended for an 18+ audience and contains subject matter which may distress some readers.*


What would you do for revenge?

Of course this being a complete series in one, I will be reviewing each book, so this will contain spoilers. Still reading… alright but I warned you.

Seven Sons
Rating: 3.5 stars

Confucius said, “Before embarking upon a journey of revenge, dig two graves.” I planned to dig seven.

Juliette was raped by Dorian and his six sons. Her father was killed by Dornan. Six years later she’s back for revenge.

This went much different than I thought she was going to plan out but in a good way. So far I like it can’t wait for the rest.

Six Brothers
Rating: 4 stars

“To be wronged is nothing, unless you continue to remember it.” – Confucius I would never forget. And so, for me, being wronged was everything.

Chad, the eldest, is the first to go at the end of Seven Sons. Dornan is a mess. Now Julz has to plan for the next son to die.

Julz/Sammi is a badass bitch on getting her revenge. But at the same time I’m scared someone will figure her out. I did like this one better than the first book though.

Five Miles
Rating: 4 stars

God hath given you a face, and you make yourself another. – William Shakespeare, Hamlet I don’t know if it was God who gave me my face or my mother and father, but either way, it’s gone now. Sliced away, reshaped by a man with kind eyes and skilled hands. I did it so he would desire me, so he wouldn’t know who I really was. And now I have the face of a killer.

Oh how I liked this one. The suspense is getting high. This one had a few bomb drops. Literally.

Julz/Sammi is getting in even deeper. Two sons are down. Four more she had to plot. But she soon realizes she may not be able to kill Jase.

Four Score
Rating: 3 stars

If you prick us do we not bleed? If you poison us do we not die? And if you wrong us shall we not revenge? – William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice

Four sons down! Jase now knows who Sammi really is. I think Sammi/Julz got sloppy. She is a major idiot in this one. Really pissed me off because she got careless. She is also letting hate consume her.

Three Years
Rating: 4 stars

Confucius said, “Before embarking on a journey of revenge, dig two graves.” Now I know why. And now I know, that there is something worse than death. This.

That was one emotional and mental fuck.

Is it sick that I sort of like Dornan and all of his sick ways? He’s the perfect psycho villain that I come to love. Man my brain is fucked up.

Two Roads
Rating: 2.5 stars

The road to hell is paved with good intentions.

This one sucked. Plain and simply.

One Love
Rating: 3 Stars

The saddest thing about betrayal is that it never comes from your enemies

I liked this one but I didn’t like it at the same time. Does that make sense. At least Dornan’s death wasn’t anti-climatic.

Rating: 4 stars

We get to look into the minds of Dornan, Elliott and Jase. We find out what they did to Jase for his three years in the basement room. Holy fucked up!

Zero Hour
Rating: 3.5 stars

The ending… At first I didn’t really care. Both Juliette and Jase were annoying in the beginning of this final book. Thankfully halfway through they got the bullshit out of their system and become ultimate badasses.

The series overall was good. It started out strong. Had a few shaky points that made me question if I wanted to continue reading. Alas I made it through.

Book Reviews

The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena

My edition: Owned (Paperback)
Pages: 308
Series: Standalone
Genre: Mystery, Thriller
Publish: May 30th, 2017 by Penguin Books
Rating: 2.5-3 stars


It all started at a dinner party. . .

A domestic suspense debut about a young couple and their apparently friendly neighbors–a twisty, rollercoaster ride of lies, betrayal, and the secrets between husbands and wives. . .

Anne and Marco Conti seem to have it all–a loving relationship, a wonderful home, and their beautiful baby, Cora. But one night when they are at a dinner party next door, a terrible crime is committed. Suspicion immediately focuses on the parents. But the truth is a much more complicated story.

Inside the curtained house, an unsettling account of what actually happened unfolds. Detective Rasbach knows that the panicked couple is hiding something. Both Anne and Marco soon discover that the other is keeping secrets, secrets they’ve kept for years.

What follows is the nerve-racking unraveling of a family–a chilling tale of deception, duplicity, and unfaithfulness that will keep you breathless until the final shocking twist.


Ope, I’m judging hardcore. Some of you are probably going but Jamie they were just next door and they had the baby monitor. And your point? I’m still judging. Think of a girl you hate. You got her in your head? Now put the girl you hate in this situation. Ooo you just turned into a mcjudgy pants.

Any dick, by chapter 4, I wanted to strangle both parents. Marco especially. Actually no, Anne especially. Wait no, equal strangle for both parents. At the dinner party I didn’t like Anne but Marco, dude… really?

At the beginning I had high confidence on who took the baby. I was right in a way but something happened halfway through and I figured out the rest. This is one of the reasons I don’t like mysteries. It’s easy to figure out everything. I had high hopes for this because everyone was saying how the twists in this were amazing but they actually weren’t.

Maybe I’m just weird like that. I actually wanted to put this down many times but I said screw it. It may turn out different in the end. It didn’t.