Personal Entanglement – Thorne and Dash #2
Bookreview / June 13, 2016

Personal Entanglement is part 2 in the Thorne and Dash series by Silvia Violet and because I absolutely loved part 1, I knew I had to read this second part. As we all know from part 1, Thorne and Dash are now madly in love and Dash even moved in with Thorne. Their lives seem to be eternal bliss, but there are problems building underneath and pretty soon they will come to the surface and must be dealth with. The great difference in age and income isn’t a problem for Thorne, but Riley seems to having more and more problems with it. He doesn’t want to depend on Thorne for everything and he doesn’t want Thorne to constantly fix all his problems for him. Riley started culinary school but it doesn’t seem to be so great as he thought. He finds it more and more difficult to go and keep up with classes. And he wants to start up his own business with his best friend, but how is he going to make that work? Once again Thorne wants to swoop in and fix everything with money and words, but Riley refuses to let him. Thorne doesn’t understand why Riley…

Fixing the Hole
Bookreview / November 21, 2014

A very short story but it starts out very good. In a very bad storm a tree hits a house and there is huge hole in the roof. A friend recommends Riley to fix it, since he is very good at his work and doesn’t charge a lot of money. So he calls Riley and they agree to meet the very next day. Riley arrives late with music very loud, but turns out to be a very cute 28 year old guy. But he is 45, no way a guy like Riley could be interested in someone that old? Also his last boyfriend broke his heart by running off with a younger guy, telling him that he is old and boring. Now he is afraid to open his heart again, fearing someone might break it again. Katherine Halle is supposed to be very good at happy endings, according to the information on the back of the book. But there is no happy ending in this book, in fact there is no ending at all. After a long time both guys admit to their feelings, then kiss and then walk away again. No idea what happens next, or if they will…