...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.
...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.
Oh Tessa Bailey, you spoil me with your dirty talking heroes. So very dirty. Thank you. Ok, on with the recommendation…Dirty talking hero. The end....If you are familiar with Tessa Bailey’s dirty talking heroes, you won’t be let down by Matt. He’s so naughty.
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.
Filled with rough language, no-holds-barred sex, the rumblings of a biker war, and threats from the past, this fast-paced novel entertains while setting up the next book in the series.
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.
“The Guts” is a decent performance, but doesn’t give us the “access all areas” badge I had expected.
This is a book that keeps you contemplating long after you've turned the last page. I loved it, and you will, too.
This is a brief book and, like many of the author’s recent offerings, a seemingly simple pleasure. But Doctorow cannot do anything simply, and he can’t help but write well.
Not much mystery and even less poison, but it’s hard to resist either the genre’s pre-eminent preteen sleuth or the hushed revelations about her family.
I can’t recall reading a book about slavery that presented in such vivid and heartbreaking detail just what the daily life and labor felt like. But Kidd’s fluid and often beautiful language glides and soars and pulls up Sarah and Hetty with it.
All in all there were some great parts, and not so great parts of this book. Finally getting to see Dimitri and Skyler get their happily ever after was a treat, but I wanted more. I was left feeling like I had missed out on so much from them, and wished we could have seen more of their actual falling in love.
Donovan's a really good guy. Eve's a good person. Their insta-love is gooey and treacle-y sweet...almost too sweet. I've really enjoyed the other KGI stories that I've read but with this one, I missed the action and the teamwork.
If you think Gardner pulled out all the stops in D.D.’s previous cases...you ain’t seen nothing yet. Better fasten your seat belt for this roller-coaster ride through family hell.
For me, Before Jamaica Lane features a truly enjoyable, if young, couple and a really satisfying love story.
Her eagerness to find Mr. Perfect makes you want her to be successful, but her ongoing adventures with Rome make you root for them. Throw in some surprises, a couple pleasantly expected, others not so much and you have a great story with a wonderful cast of characters.
Kenner has become one of my favorite authors and this story keeps her at the top of my list. I can’t wait for Heated.
Together, Lucy and Mason must puzzle out who placed the body in the chimney and whether the death of her aunt is somehow connected, while they also contemplate the renewal of an attraction neither was really aware of in their teen years. Krentz has done a solid job of melding the excitement of a thriller with the sweetness of new passion.