One-half of Deux Lectrices, writing about the things I read.
“She’s a good friend,” Griffin replied. [Location 2258]
Why are you trying to play up this, book? The characters don't believe it.
Griffin was much more comfortable with that than discussing Finley [Location 2267]
Quite frankly any time she's not in the story is beautiful. This reads like someone shoe horned their Mary Sue OC in a story and made everything revolve around her and her unlimited powers.
She respects his mind, Sam. And he’s impressed by hers—that’s all. [Location 2275]
No, he doesn't. I can't believe the author would even pretend that Tesla, a germaphobe, would be glad to talk to an unknown girl about dirt and shit.
Thankfully, Sam did not remind him of how many society marriages joined an older man with a much younger lady. [Location 2284]
God, why does this book only remember society when it wants to bring up a point about something? It could easily be set in the present day and have someone insert trivia about olden times.