Friday, October 5, 2012
[Review] It's Not You, It's Me
Title: It's Not You, It's Me
Author: Allison Rushby
Genre: Romance, Humor
Barnes & Noble
This story isn't what it seems. It's not even about a cliche break-up line like the title. In fact, it's very different from that.
The story revolves around two characters, Charlotte “Charlie” Notting and Jasper “Jas” Ash a.k.a. Zamiel, bisexual, beastiality-drawn, devil worshipper, rockstar-slash-sex-god vocalist of Spawn, one of the hottest bands in the scene.
The writing is witty, funny and hecka lot of entertaining. It’s not the kind of novel which ultimately stretches out the sex with colorful words but instead, it highlights the events between Charlie and Jas as they rediscover each other and catch up on their unfinished business.
It’s a wild roller coaster ride all packed in a 280-page book.
The characters are witty, entertaining and have depth. They’re just like ordinary people dealing with not-so-ordinary circumstances, and despite all the odds against them, they still manage to push through. It’s a fun read if you’re a fan of light-hearted romances. I personally found myself involuntarily smiling and chuckling to myself as I was reading this.