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Counter Culture Free read è 105 Ï ❰PDF / Epub❯ ☂ Counter Culture Author J.L. Merrow – Customer service has never been this personalRobin Christopher beleaguered retail worker isn’t having an easy November His boss is raising stress levels planning a Black Friday to end all Black Frid Customer servicPDF / Epub Counter Culture Author J.L. Merrow Customer service has never been this personalRobin Christopher beleaguered retail worker isn’t having an easy November His boss is raising stress levels planning a Black Friday to end all Black Frid Customer service has never been this personalRobin Christopher beleaguered retail worker isn’t having an easy November His boss is raising stres.

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S levels planning a Black Friday to end all Black Fridays his family doesn’t understand him and his best friend thinks his new crush is a hallucination brought on by watching too many episodes of Doctor WhoArchie Levine dresses in Victorian style and divides his time between caring for his young son and creating weird and wacky steampunk gadgets from bits of old junk—when he’s not looking after his mum and trying to keep on good terms w.

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Counter CultureIth his ex The last thing he’s got time for is a relationship but the flustered young man he met while disembowelling a fridge is proving very temptingWhen his mum’s social conscience is roused by a local store with a cavalier attitude to the homeless former rough sleeper Archie shares her anger Little does he know that Robin works for that same store When Archie finds out he’s sleeping with the enemy things could cut up very rough indeed.

10 Comments on "Counter Culture Free read è 105"

  • Shile

    Counter Culture Free read è 105 Counter CultureI Liked itMy first book by this author and sure enough it will not be my last It was sweet and just right for my teeth The story revolves around Robin and Archie two guys on the opposite sides of everything Robin a guy who works at a store which he seems to hate and Archie a Victorian wearing steampunk obsessed guy I liked the characters so much They were well developed and so much fun to read aboutThe writing was solid enough the story flowed so well The banter between the characters was enjoyable to read i got some laughs out of it The chemistry between the MCs was believable So why not all the stars I felt like it was too long and there was so much info filler Things took too long to happen and ones it happened it was towards the end of the book Good thing the characters were still interesting enoughThe side characters fit so well with the main characters They added some spice to the story Overall it was an enjoyable read Recommended for when you are in the mood for some light cut

  • Mitticus

    Counter Culture Free read è 105 Counter CultureRobin and Archie meet by chance in the street while one came back from work worried about Black Friday and the other determined to crumble an old refrigerator in search of steampunk pieces It is a romantic comedy with a social message could be said against prejudices and preconceived ideas The protagonists are from a very different environment but they get to connect and discover that their interests are not so diverse after all It had the grace to make me laugh a couple of times and that always raises poi

  • Barb ~rede-2-read~

    Counter Culture Free read è 105 Counter CultureA delightfully humorous yet poignant story about two young men who have a chance meeting late one night when one spots the other removing a coil from an old refrigerator someone has trashed Odd Bizarre Robin Christopher cruel parents picked that name is intrigued enough with Refrigerator Guy to learn Refrigerator Guy turns out to be Archie Levine an avid steampunker and new father After the usual “misunderstanding” scenario Robin learns Archie and the baby’s mother aren’t married and aren’t even in love so all is clear Except—Archie’s mother is heading a protest march against the store where Robin works as she and her fellow protestors assume the well known store took advantage of local homeless persons in their holiday ad campaign Unfortunately Robin doesn’t tell Archie where he works; instead saying he’s an accountant The story is long complex and full of JL

  • Grace

    Counter Culture Free read è 105 Counter Culture15 rounded upFrankly I'm not entirely sure why I didn't DNF this one Maybe because I generally enjoy this author and was hoping it would get better It was way too fucking long and the main characters don't even have a proper conversation until 40% into the book The connection between them is lukewarm and the book really felt like it was about their random lives and other relationships than a romance It was just really boring and honestly a massive disappointment

  • Becca

    Counter Culture Free read è 105 Counter CultureThis was a harder story for me and I hate it because I have always loved JL Merrow’s books I still do don’t get me wrong But this one just wasn’t really for me Most of the characters needed the sticks pulled out of their rears and it just seemed a jumble for me I felt for Archie and Robin too because they are caught up in being interested in each other but there are things going on behind the scenes that either no one knows anything about or they know and it’s causing a riftWhen Robin first encounters Archie it’s because he was i

  • Joyfully Jay

    Counter Culture Free read è 105 Counter Culture A Joyfully Jay review 4 starsJL Merrow has released a new novel Counter Culture and once again fans of this author will be able to immerse themselves in the humor and pathos this writer is known for creating Poor Robin has never really had anyone in his corner—his parents are less than supportive and mostly condemning of just about everything he does his best friend Azrah is negative and caustic on her best days and his job has just announced he’s going to have to work a major sale the day after Thanksgiving—a holiday their country doesn’t even celebrate Probably

  • Katharina

    Counter Culture Free read è 105 Counter CultureSo okay this book had its imperfections It did take a long time until things really started to get going It was very predictable in relationship progression and timing less expected but very very appreciated were the underlying topics of steampunk and homelessness An epilogue or some such might have been nice although the ending is fine as it isSo why the five stars Because this was FUNNY It made me laugh out loud several delicious times and it's been a long time since a book has done that for me It was light hearted and funny and entertaining and exactly what I needed I don't have a lot of time to read books these days three little ones will do that for ya so when I do find something that gets me away from my endless inner to do list I appreciate the

  • Soda Pop

    Counter Culture Free read è 105 Counter CultureI love JL Merrow’s writing so it breaks me to have to say this but I DNF'd this Even though I liked the MCs it was SO slow I got to 62% and realized the characters barely knew each other and hadn't even been on an actual date yet 23 of the book was gone before anything had even happened yet Also while the secondary characters did provide a little comedic flair besides the MCs and Archie's mom they were all kind of dicks to each other which got old really fast considering nothing else was happening in the bookSome might love this I'm not saying don't try it but it definitely did not work for me

  • Jackie

    Counter Culture Free read è 105 Counter CultureARC courtesy of NetgalleyAnother chuckle filled mm romance from British author Merrow but one that simultaneously manages to convey deeper messages about homelessness mental illness and the many layers that lie behind the pleasant facades that people show the world The counter culture of the title refers to many different things the differences between working class and middle class cultures in a small British city that is definitely not London; the world of the college educated vs those without a uni degree; the world of old white Britain vs the multicultural amalgam that is current day Britain; and the mundane uotidian wor

  • Annie

    Counter Culture Free read è 105 Counter CultureOriginally published on my blog Nonstop Reader Counter Culture is a new MM humorous romance by JL Merrow Released 4th Nov 2019 by Riptide it's 244 pages and available in paperback formatThis is a light romance with mismatched protagonists who are sweetly silly The story arc is standard misunderstandings and well meant lies threaten to tear the star crossed couple apart complicated by loving