Bosom Bodies by Maria Grazia Swan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Review: BOSOM BODIES by Maria Grazia Swan
One would have thought that after the troubles and tribulations, the sorrow and grief, she suffered throughout the events of LOVE THY SISTER, twenty-something Mina Calvi would have matured out of her ingenuousness and become a little more--practical. But no. Mina is still her same erratic, unpredictable self, and so her troubles are still unending, and perhaps even more personally dangerous this time around. Oh, Mina! [Sigh] You aren't unlikable, but you sure are unfeasible.
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