Know How This Ends
Sweet M/M Paranormal Romance
in the woods of West Virginia, Tabbris lives a quiet life. He tends
to his garden and communes with the bees and feels the presence of
holiness in his every small, humble action. A fallen angel with the
ability to see the future, Tabbris tries his best to stay out of
L.A., Daniel is the life of the party. Loud, abrasive, desperate for
approval and companionship, Daniel never sits still — and he’s
Daniel gets a large research grant to investigate cryptids, he sets
off for West Virginia. What he thought would be a good prank and a
fun conference paper turns out to be an adventure he never saw
quiet life is uprooted by a mysterious man falling across the borders
of time and into his front yard. Daniel is not supposed to be here!
But there’s something intriguing about this man, beyond his
surprising appearance and penchant for mythological creatures. When
Daniel keeps showing up, Tabbris is plagued by the possibilities that
the man ignites in him.
only problem is that Tabbris can see the future. And he already knows
how much pain they have in store. He knows how this ends.
Markwell-Tweed is a queer romance writer and editor based in St.
Louis. When she’s not writing or hanging out with her dog, IMT can be
found putting her media degrees to use by binge-watching trashy
television. All of her stories promise queer protagonists, healthy
relationships, and happily ever afters.
It’s been a long time since I’ve written anything from my own perspective on here. I had Baby Jack in December and it’s been super tough to get used to life with a newborn. However, the thing that has finally made me feel like myself was reading.
Yesterday I got a surprise package from Waterstones. It was a book I had pre-ordered. I hadn’t done that forever and to be honest, I hadn’t had a lot of time to read even before I had Jack.
So I’ve started reading My Dark Vanessa that I plan on finishing for this month and writing a book review for. Things I haven’t done in a long long time.
But, as I was reading, I was thinking how I could read a book a month now that Jack sleeps or plays on his own for a few minutes and I don’t need to be on a whirlwind of feeding schedules and extreme fatigue (although that is definitely still a reality some days).
My hope is to buy a new release each month and review it.
So far I have a list of:
My Dark Vanessa April 2020
All Eyes on Her June 2020
I like contemporary, I like thrillers, I like young adult books. Does anyone have any suggestions for me for the rest of the year?
What are some of your pre-ordered books for 2020?