Author: T. Torrest

Blogger Wife Chat Review ~ Dumb F*ck ~ T. Torrest

Blogger Wife Chat Review ~ Dumb F*ck ~ T. Torrest

Good golly but Dumb F*ck was all kinds of fun! With 90’s references, Scooby-Doo vibes, and equal parts silly and HOT, Dumb F*ck delivered everything I expect from T. Torrest. Well, everything except the serious. T. Torrest dubbed this an eroticomedy and I like that description. Dumb F*ck is the perfect way to kick off your summer reading! I laughed my head off so many times! It did take me a while to read, but that’s mostly because I was not motivated to read at all for a while. So busy with work, exams, year-end reports and everything else. Eroticomedy is the perfect word for Dumb F*ck, though. Sage was an interesting bird. She was super smart (valedictorian) and something […]

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Release Day Promo ~ Dumb F*ck ~ T. Torrest

Release Day Promo ~ Dumb F*ck ~ T. Torrest

  Linda and I wish T. Torrest the happiest of Release Days for her latest eroticomedy, Dumb F*ck. We had the honor of reading an ARC and our chat review will post SOON. (I’ve been out-of-town moving one of my kids so didn’t have time to get the post ready) Here are a few teasers for your pleasure. 😉         Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Email Address Subscribe Join 6,927 other subscribers

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Review: Remember When – T. Torrest

Review: Remember When – T. Torrest

I just loved Remember When! it was almost like time capsule for me in many ways, even if I was across the ocean, many things, like the parties and the friendships were so similar. (un)conventionally short: Who hasn’t wondered what happened with the one who got away? And what if he has become famous since way back when? Remember When touched on both of these subjects, and it was a different kind of second chance at love story, too. Torrest managed to bring me straight back to the 90s, and I think that helped me feel so connected to Layla and Trip. Part of Remember When is the 90s, when Layla and Trip first met. Then, there is a separation […]

Posted 11 December, 2017 by Linda @ (un)Conventional Bookworms in Reviews / 10 Comments
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