If Maps ruled the world, his best pal Benji would be court jester, and every day would celebrate a new experiment.
No, scratch that.
If Maps ruled the world, his best pal would still be living next door, and there wouldn’t be any gap-toothed new guy staring at him as if he’s bonkers.
Pity Maps doesn’t rule the world . . .
I got this book as a freebie from one of the big freebie giveaways that happen every so often. I wasn’t sure what to expect going into the book. However I was blown away pretty quickly. This book is completely adorable and snagged my attention from the first page. Maps is unique and so lovable. He has his own thought process that I loved getting to see. He’s quirky but truly doesn’t ever mean anyone harm. His best friend Benji was a sweetie. You can tell his and Maps’ bond came from a long history of time spent together. I thought it was sweet how Lane was upset when he thought Maps was with Benji but Maps was oblivious. Maps and Lane’s friendship was wonderful to watch unfold and build over the course of this story. Lane was so endearing in how he treated Maps as they got to know each other. Maps keeps finding himself in the most awkward of situations throughout the story and you can’t help but chuckle and shake your head at Maps. But in a good way, not in a mocking kind of way. There’s a sweet happy for now ending in this story and I immediately went out and bought the next book in the series. I desperately need to know how Maps and Lane handle a relationship along with the reactions of the people around them.
Four and a half
As a lover of romance, Nash tries to dip her hand into all the colors of the rainbow. She enjoys writing short, romance shorts, and gritty, novel length stories with characters readers love to hate.