...I've realized that this genre is not my cup of tea. While I understand that some people are enticed and interested in this type of lifestyle, I'm not and that hindered my enjoyment of the material. So just because I didn't like it, doesn't mean that someone else won't. Basically, it just wasn't for me.
This is a sexy and entertaining storyline and I do recommend it to fans of the Breeds series, and recommend that fans of sci-fi romance check out the whole series.
Fast-paced, with intense sex scenes and an intriguing jumble of the sports and fashion worlds, this steamy novel will satisfy those who like a little heat in their love stories.
...the book reminds us how rewarding it can be to see a parent outside the context of our own needs. It's that illumination that allows Corrigan to turn what starts as a complaint about her mother into a big thank you.
Aside from its assault on American egalitarian sensibilities, "The Triple Package" is a sloppy book...Chua and Rubenfeld cobble together assorted celebrity anecdotes and academic studies into arguments that have all the profundity of a rookie salesman's first PowerPoint presentation.
...this book didn’t work for me...you tied up the book with little to no drama, and I found that I wasn’t rooting for the couple to be together...I found myself rolling my eyes and wishing for better for both characters.
All the trademarks of Bailey’s books are here: the fantastic dirty talking hero, snarky banter and a sweet happy ever after.
Quindlen has always excelled at capturing telling details in a story, and she does so again in this quiet, powerful novel, showing the charged emotions that teem beneath the surface of daily life.
Leavened with strong emotion and dark humor, and featuring superior writing as well as a thoughtfully structured plot, Cat and Bones's final adventure is appropriately splendid and satisfying.
Those readers who, like me, enjoyed Reaper’s Property will undoubtedly enjoy Reaper’s Legacy. It’s a better book, in my opinion but very much in the same vein.
Senior could have made this book twice as long given the minefield parents and their kids face, but what she did produce is well-considered and valuable information.
“The Guts” is a decent performance, but doesn’t give us the “access all areas” badge I had expected.
Allen's books blend exquisite phrasing, a touch of magic, and a glimpse into souls. They are thoughtful, beautiful books that leave a reader yearning for something more. It's hard to move onto the next book after reading one of her stories.
A unique guide.
Mr. Gates has been a public servant for four decades under eight presidents. I think that he should have let time heal wounds before writing his book, but it was obviously an exorcism of the demons that he acquired while writing over a thousand condolence letters to the families of our fallen warriors.
Flavia retains her droll wit...The solution to a murder is typically neat, and the conclusion sets up future books nicely.
...Andrew’s revelations are little more than clues to an amusing, if tedious, puzzle. Andrew believes that the brain cannot know itself, but the question is whether the reader can know Andrew’s.
...if you have had the pleasure of reading a meticulously researched, clearly written, scrupulously documented, even-handed and enlightening biography — like, say, the one Robert A. Caro is writing on Lyndon Johnson — Sherman’s book is going to be a major disappointment.
In a world beset by modern-day slavery, this is a resonant, illuminating novel. It is a story about searching for a voice to express inexpressible pain.
I just can’t take the repetitiveness of this series any more (maybe). The chants, the same descriptions of both fighting and sex scenes, as well as the over use of the made-up Carpathian language have all combined to wear me down after 25 books.