Face Time was a very fast and enjoyable read and it was really cute! It has pretty much everything - family, work stress, past relationships, and trying to learn to be in relationship with someone who's thousands of miles away.
I loved the idea of reading about a digital relationship and how it would work. It was really cute and I could connect with all the characters. The only issue that I had was that the conversations weren't that significant and I would have rather read about some of the complications in the relationships then the every-day talk but it was still a cute read and I enjoyed it.
S. J. Pajonas loves all things Asian and has been in love with Japan and the East for as long as she can remember. Writing about Asia and Japan came naturally after studying the culture and language for over fifteen years. She studied film and screenwriting first and eventually segued into fiction once she was no longer working a full-time job.
Face Time is the first novel in the Love in the Digital Age series, and Pajonas’s first foray into Korean culture and families. Along with Removed and Released in the Nogiku Series, she continues to take the cultures of Asia and weave them into stories that appeal to people from around the world. Her writing is described as unique and unpredictable. Expect the unexpected.
Stephanie lives with her husband and two children just outside of New York City. She loves reading, writing, film, J- and K-dramas, knitting, and astrology. Her favorite author is Haruki Murakami and favorite book is The Wind-up Bird Chronicle.