My relationship with a Filipino published book like All That Glitters is exactly how the story went, a girl who never took notice of this special guy who has always been by her side all this time; these books has always been by my side, near my reach, I just never gave them enough attention. This is my first time reading a contemporary romance book from a Filipino author, and now I regret not doing it sooner. I’ve always known that we have a lot of amazing authors in our country; I just never had the chance to try one until this book’s author offered to read this for free. And who doesn’t like freebies, right? Honestly, I wasn’t expecting anything because it’s my first time, and I’d rather be surprised than disappointed that’s why. But after reading, I realized what I’ve been missing.
The story was light and a fast read. I read this in hours, and for a bookworm who has very little time to spare for reading, this is the best book to read. You can read this on your way to work or to school, and have your dose of kilig or cheesy romance. I had a bit of an issue with the flow of the story because of some flashbacks, but other than that it was all good.
The characters were easy to connect with. And because this was a short story you won’t have any complications aside from characters that cause conflicts with the protagonists.
All That Glitters was a good book that will keep you entertained until the last page. I’m very lucky I had my first taste of a “romanceclass” author from Ines B. Yao, so thank you dear author for giving me a chance to experience Carlos and Billie’s story.
It’s out now and available at Amazon!
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