The Intrigue at Highbury: Or, Emma’s Match (Mr. and Mrs. Darcy Mysteries #5) [book review]
I haven’t mentioned Grant in a while. He’s the German Shepard mix member of our pack and neither diabetes, nor cancer, nor heart arrhythmia, nor blindness will keep him from breaking down doors or reviewing books.
That’s right, reviewing books. Grant’s versatile. He likes all sorts of things and apparently, weighing in on what Dr. Girlfriend is reading is right at the top of his list. For Grant’s first (and possibly only) book review, he’s going to tell you what he thought of The Intrigue at Highbury: Or, Emma’s Match (Mr. and Mrs. Darcy Mysteries #5) by Carrie Bebris.
Dr. Girlfriend likes a guilty pleasure as much of the rest of us and, wanting to read before bed, she dropped her book off and then went to brush her teeth. Then I saw this:
And, being the cultured fella that he is, Grant regarded the book and then let out one of the biggest, noisiest, smelliest farts anyone has ever expelled. And thus, Grant’s opinion on The Intrigue at Highbury: Or, Emma’s Match (Mr. and Mrs. Darcy Mysteries #5) by Carrie Bebris was rendered: thumbs down. Or… uhm… asses up? Something. He didn’t like it. Some folks give a number, some make a gesture, but Grant just flatulates right on the thing in question, leaving no doubt where his thoughts lie.
So is this it, dear Twitter followers and Facebook likers? Is this the final straw that will lose us your readership forever? I hope not, and I am sorry for the potty humor, but I just couldn’t look a gift horse in the mouth… well, you know what I’m saying.