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Thursday, November 1, 2012

Review: How to Date a Henchman

Title: How to Date a Henchman
Author: Mari Fee
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How to Date a Henchman is a slice of novella heaven. It proves that short books can have well built plots and fleshed out characters. The book focuses on Gina Hall, a receptionist at EnClo Corp. The few years she has worked there, she still hasn't gotten clearance to see the entire building, much less know what the company actually does. Her life is simple, considering she lives in a world where superheros and evil villains exist. Though they never seem to go to Canada much to her regret.

The book starts out with Gina working and excited to meet Mr. Sparks, the owner of the company. Mr. Sparks arrives with his henchman and Gina can't help but notice how cute he is. They set up dinner plans and the book takes off from there. I don't want to spoil things but I'll just let you know that there is a slightly stupid superhero, a sexy henchman, a rebellious receptionist, and a crazy evil villain. This is a must read!


Disclosure: I received a copy of this book for free from the publisher for an honest review.

1 comment:

  1. Novellas are the best. No long and winding thoughts and dialogue. The plot doesn't drag. You get to finish it in a day.

    Braine

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