Book Review: The Whedonite by Aria Glazki


The Whedonite
Author: Aria Glazki
Genre: slow burn romance; geek romance
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Synopsis:

"A slow burn romance that hit all the marks." --Sybil

Bookstore manager Mira has a super cute new neighbor. Too bad his first impression of her was as a babbling spaz. But Mira has plenty to keep her distracted in putting together one of her favorite events of the year: the store's upcoming Whedon Night.

Jordan is new in town, and already he's sick of his empty apartment and lonely takeout dinners. His new neighbor might be a little weird, but her company would still be better than another night alone. Probably.

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The Whedonite is a sweet short story of geeky love.


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Review:
4 stars Whedonite is a cute, humorous novella about neighbors who fall in love. Mira is quirky, kind, and seems to say awkward things around Jordan, her neighbor. She has this obsession with Joss Whedon, a writer, producer, and director of shows such as Buffy, Firefly, etc. Jordan is the hot neighbor who is new to town and is a bit lonely as he tries to navigate his new hometown. 

I really liked the two characters as well as Mira’s friends. Mira's geekiness and quickness was adorable and actually reminded me of myself (yes, I am full on geek and I have a bit of an obsession with reading). I would love for Jordan to be my neighbor!  Yum!  For such a short book, the author did a great job with character development.  The storyline was cute and unique. This is a pretty fast paced book. While fun and enjoyable, it felt a little rushed (yes, I get it is a novella and not a full length book) so I would have liked a few more chapters. I received this book from Booksprout and I voluntarily leave this review.

About the Author:

Aria Glazki's first kiss technically came from a bear cub. Though no fairytale transformation followed, she still believes magic can happen when the right people come together--if they don't get in their own way, that is. So now Aria writes heartfelt romances about relatable people overcoming real-world obstacles to build love that lasts.

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