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Review by Ruby
Every time I think this dream-team duo can't get better, they prove me wrong! I think A Late Summer Night's Dream might be my favorite story yet from Curzon and Harkstead. It's chock full of adorable sexy professors, young hottie academics and the cute, cozy setting of Oxford, where anything can happen. I read the story in one sitting and you will too! * An advanced reader copy was provided to me for my honest review*
Review by debbiereadsbook
I came across the book on Facebook, and something called to me about it, not exactly sure what, but you know I'm all about sharing my book feelings and I felt this book PULLED me. And I'm so glad it did! Anthony doesn't get a say, only Simeon, and that's why I knocked that star off. I wanted Anthony to explain how he was feeling in more depth, especially his reaction to Simeon, to the visit to the pub, and after, at Simeon's flat. I needed him, and I didn't get him. It's not overly explicit, just the right amount for these two. It's not about the sex between them, it's more about the love that blooms, so very quickly. And it is quick! Two meetings, is all but I liked that here. Plonking itself firmly on both the warm and fuzzies AND too stinking cute shelf, I thoroughly enjoyed this and hope to read more by this pair of authors, maybe something longer and more in depth. 4 solid stars, but ONLY because Anthony doesn't get a say!
Review by Belinda Zamora
I absolutely loved this novella. It was short and sweet. An honest mistake leads to getting to know one another. I loved the setting. There is a frisson of pain that only tempers the outcome of this story. I received an ARC of this book in lieu of a review.