Overall Grade: ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️
Tropes: romantic suspense, paranormal-esque, horror, alpha hero, dom-sub, insta-attraction
“We’re magnets who don’t want to be magnets, pulled together by invisible elements beyond our control.”
If you’ve read any of my other reviews, you know that I tend to write essays. In fact, a very popular author recently said, “Professor A, you write theses for your reviews.” Well, I’m certain that my review for J.T. Geissinger’s Pen Pal will be one of my shortest. It isn’t because I disliked the book; instead, it’s because this book holds some serious secrets. To write about anything related to the story or characters would be to give up the book’s character potentially. Pen Pal is haunting, emotional, terrifying, erotic, stupifying, and beautifully written. It is a departure from Geissinger’s recent fare which may confuse her usual reader base. But don’t miss this book. Let me say that again: DO NOT MISS THIS BOOK. Geissinger is playing with the idea of romance and forever in Pen Pal that will test your faith in the happy ending. It’s there, so you need not worry about it. However, it’s presented to its readers within a different framework. And that’s exciting. It makes reading romance fresh. I’ve been a devoted J.T. Geissinger fan, and after reading Pen Pal, that won’t change. In fact, it pushed her up my list of favorite authors.
In love and romance,
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