It’s a damn good time. Kick off your shoes, grab some chocolate of your own...settle into a comfortable chair, and read Lucky in Love.
Banks nicely balances bedroom and battlefield action as Rionna’s tough swordsmanship and Caelen’s tender lust propel the couple and the clans toward harmony.
Ty and Jenna are two character you love regardless of whether they ended up together or not. But together they are some kind of wonderful.
...Precious Ramotswe and all of her friends and extended family are still people we want to spend some time with...
The romance definitely takes a back seat to the action of the story. If you haven’t read the previous books, you might be a little lost, but I don’t think it will negate the overall enjoyment of the book. All the MC guys have a nice chunk of time in action and dialog...
Cunning develops her characters into real people who engage in a compelling and satisfying erotic romance.
A strong, slightly overbearing hero, a heroine whose internal monologue is funny and sweet and a romance that keeps the focus squarely on the couple. Ride Steady gets a B+ from me and a strong recommendation for fans of relationship focused romances.
Em and Liam are perfectly matched and within the violent, sexy world of the MC both find equal footing.
But buried deep beneath all the drama and passion is a lovely meditation on history...It is these insights, the realism with which life in a different time period is approached, and the courage of the ending that make this novel worth reading. Therefore, I give this book a B+.
Ione deftly moves through the complicated, imaginative plot with clarity and flair. Sexy, creative, darkly fanciful and chock full of action, devilry and intense emotion.
No visit to Lucky Harbor, especially this last full length installment, would be complete without a wonderful supporting cast...All in all, I greatly enjoyed my latest jaunt to Lucky Harbor and will be reading this one again!
... I enjoyed reading it. It's not that I particularly like small-town kitsch, it's that the romance was of a quality that I could overlook the things that might not normally be to my touch.
Moyes presents arguments on both sides of the various debates, and obviously has an opinion, given the protagonist of the novel. This is one of those books that lives with readers for months after the last page is read. It also sparks the kind of contemplation necessary to solidify one's opinions on these issues.
The sensitivity with which the story was told coupled with the fact that years of trauma were not instantly erased in the end went a long way with me. Giving In gets a B, and I can’t wait until the conclusion of this series.
Their romance is believable. I could totally understand the trust issues each of them had, and I practically cheered when they finally admitted they were in love. Unfortunately, life circumstances won't make it easy for them.
With its intimate portrayals of the maids’ relationships with their employers and the children they care for, “The Help” appeals to readers who feel they are getting a behind-the-scenes peek into a dark period in the country’s history.
I strongly suggest everybody to read this book - maybe it will be hard at first but it will definitely be worth it!
The story itself is tightly written and features some extremely tender sex scenes that I really enjoyed.
The Annotated Sense and Sensibiity is a lovely addition to any Austen-philes’s collection, and a wonderful way for readers to immerse themselves not only in the timeless story, but in the customs of 19th century rural England.
Fans of smalltown contemporaries will savor this delicious and heartwarming story, a refreshingly realistic romance between two great characters.