Mr March Names the Stars epub or Pdf By Rivka Aarons Hughes

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Mr March Names the Stars

Pany shows up and promises to do all he can to fix the problem But though Wes uickly grows fond of Nash and the interest seems mutual the calendar problem shows no signs of being fix. This is cute It s an enjoyable little story about two ueer ace Pagans who find each other It s a sweet and easy and relaxing story

REVIEW Mr March Names the Stars

At mucked up his bio by stating that he's single but leaving out that he's not straightWes's appeals to the company to change the bio come to nothing until Nash a lawyer from the com. It s one of the best title names I ve come across in a good long while And I know next to nothing about contemporary pagans so that was cool I definitely liked both characters listening to their instincts so much That said I was angry at one of the characters near the end and he didn t have enough time to regain my respect and trust His attitude put him in too high a position of power over the relationship and I felt very nope y about that I don t like uneven power

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Wes loves his life traveling the Pagan festival circuit but he loved it when he wasn't harangued by women a little too fond of his picture in a popular charity calendar a calendar th. Wow that was the sweetest homiest cozy romance I have read in a while It felt like a hug I really liked the trans and enby rep the ace rep the pagan rep I loved the epistolary nature of the romance It s one of the only aceace pairings I ve read and my fave so farContent Warnings view spoiler Homoromantic ace character being inundated with women hitting on him because he is wrongly identified as into women and single in a calendar Reference to parental death in the past References to being precariously housed teenagers hide spoiler


10 thoughts on “Mr March Names the Stars

  1. says:

    Wow that was the sweetest homiest cozy romance I have read in a while It felt like a hug I really liked the trans and enby rep the ace rep the pagan rep I loved the epistolary nature of the romance It's one of the only aceace pairings I've read and my fave so farContent Warnings view spoiler Homoromantic ace character being inundated with wom

  2. says:

    This is a romance between two asexual characters it's incredibly soft and mostly fluffy and I thoroughly enjoyed the care with which it is written and the epistolary parts of it Highly recommended

  3. says:

    Sweet and very slight romance I enjoyed the Pagan festival circuit setting very much I felt like the central conflict was a little t

  4. says:

    This was the second of the Solitary Travelers collection that I picked up and found it another engaging read that introduced me to to two very different characters who came together in an opposites attract wayThe story begins when Wes a woodworker and part of the Pagan Festival traveling circuit reuests a publisher of the Pagan charity calendar to adjust his bio It's true that he's single but the bio neglects to clarify that he's gay Wes i

  5. says:

    A sweet romance with a cute premise I didn't really mesh with the culture of the main characters and I'm a little undecided if the plot was cute or dorky but I really loved the letter writing and the long distance relationship elements A good read if you want something relaxing like a gentle ride on a lake

  6. says:

    It’s one of the best title names I’ve come across in a good long while And I know next to nothing about contemporary pagans so that was cool I definitely liked both characters listening to their instincts so

  7. says:

    I enjoyed this for the most part A lot of the Pagan stuff went over my head honestly But Wes and Nash are super sweet Wes

  8. says:

    This wasn't for me It's a shame since I bought it for the ace representation The dialogues felt awkward and I did not like the main character especially later in the story On the other hand I now know a bit about Pagans

  9. says:

    This is cute It's an enjoyable little story about two ueer ace Pagans who find each other It's a sweet and easy and relaxing story

  10. says:

    This was so so lovely and while is was short and I wish there was like a seuel not to this book it is only because I loved the characters so much

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