The Whedonite

· Anika Press
1 review

About this ebook

"A quick and adorable read." —RavenBookstore 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.

The Whedonite is a sweet short story of geeky love.

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1 review
Anna Theurer
October 30, 2018
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. 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.
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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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