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This is a novella which starts a new series by Victoria Dahl. I always request new books from Ms Dahl as her writing seems to hit the right buttons with me. This one made me so excited for the rest of the series; it was hot, sexy and yet totally heart-warming. It is a very good, easy read…. I have requested the next in the series.
With a mature heroine and a mature, firefighter hero, there was a lot to this book that I was excited about. Jake and Lauren have been edging around each other for a while, their sense of what is right keeping them from acting upon their very apparent attraction. After realising that no one actually cares if they are acting upon it, they each start to tentatively explore the others feelings. I say start tentatively because it heats up very very quickly. The only question that remains is whether this is a one-time deal or something a lot more meaningful.
I loved both of the characters in this one and that helped me enjoy this novella. Lauren is a complete contradiction of strait-laced librarian and sexy, take-what-she-needs lover. Jake is just perfect. A widower who is ready to try to love again, he is completely wonderful to read about as he tries to convince Lauren that what he wants is her, not a replacement for his wife. It’s all so … yummy!
Overall, this was fun as a a read and it’s convinced me to try the rest of the series…need I say more?(less)
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This is a novella so it will be a brief review. I loved this little tale and will be picking up the others in the series; it’s like Once Upon a Time with a Grim Reaper kick and it was so much fun!
The main premise is that Nick, a Grimm Reaper, is sent to get the soul of Tess “Red” Little. He doesn’t, after falling in lust at first sight, and he ends up saving her, having a relationship with her and taking a new role in protecting her and the town she lives in with the other “Tales”. The problem is, he broke the rules by saving her and he has to pay over and over again for it. Even with this, there are other Reapers that think he got off too easily and they want to make him suffer. The one thing they definitely want to do is reveal all the secrets he has kept well hidden and it remains to be seen if Red will be able to forgive him for them all…
The characters were incredibly well written with an amazing amount of character development for such a brief read. Nick was a hot, brooding, romantic who was a fantastic hero with a dark side. Red was a kick-ass heroine who was a perfect balance for the broodiness. The chemistry between the two of them was believable and kept the story driving forward with a page-turning pace. I couldn’t believe how fast this story was over as I couldn’t stop reading.
The mythology of this world is probably one of the best things about it. I loved this dark twist on a fairytale land, although I do think that I need to brush up on some of the more obscure tales, and I loved matching the characters to the fairytale: Humpty Dumpty, Dracula, Little Miss Muffet, Aladdin all make appearances over the course the 100 pages of this twisty-turny plot. They all have a role to play in the way that the path to true love takes and the child in me squealed in joy.
This is a paranormal romance with a fairytale twist and it hooked me in from the first page. I didn’t read the first in the series and, although I am going back to read it now, I think this is a good place to start with the series to see if it works for you. Recommended. (less)
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Ellora’s cave launched a line called Erotica for men. I read a few and I couldn’t tell the bloody difference. This is much more what I was expecting and so I’m classing this as Erotica for men. There are different rules (I shall explain more later) but, as a female reader, I did enjoy it even though I missed the emotional connection which I would normally prefer. I would recommend this as a hot read and I would definitely recommend it for men.
This book is all about sex. Not just any sex but the sex that men write into Penthouse about, the dirty fantasies that rev their engines. The fantasy this time? Having a no-strings, short-term affair with the married, hot boss with her husbands permission. The focus is on the sex rather than romance as it is made quite clear that there will be no romance between these two (there is an after-thought romance but, to be honest, I would have preferred that to be left out). The majority of the plot is about how this fantasy plays out and, let me be quite clear, the way it plays out is a bit of a fantasy too. No one gets hurt, no one complains, the sex is amazing all the way through, there is no awkwardness ever … yeah, you see what’s going on! It is very obviously geared towards a male audience but that made it a ore fun read.
An erotic read which I highly recommend for men. Kenny Wright has a fluidity and attention to detail that makes this a very hot little read. (less)
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Well, this one was a step outside my norm. For a start it was “tentacle porn” and it was also a parody. I find it hard to rate it with my normal brackets but I did enjoy it immensely so I’m gonna stick with my 4 star review…. I’m still a bit confused as to what it was I read!
Squirm pokes fun at several romantic tropes whilst managing to have (a bit of) a plot. The hot millionaire hero, the biker hero, tentacle porn, the heroine with disappearing underwear who is also a virgin…. it’s all in there! Every stereotype is poked at and its all wrapped up in a weird tentacle porn package. I may not be selling this well but it is a lot of fun.
Virginia is on a double quest. She is trying to find her friend and so, in a way that would make all reviewers label her TSTL, she goes to try to save her. Alone. In a biker gangs hangout. Go figure. She is also on a more personal quest…to find the mythical 10-inch penis.
“[she]wondered, ever so hopefully, if among these men she would find her holy grail – what she’d been saving herself for from the day she opened the pages of her first romance novel – the man with the ten inch purple-headed schlong”
What she finds is a Millionaire, bicycle gang leader Dom, who also is a shape-shifter with tentacles. Yes, you did hear me correctly. They then hit it off and tentacle-sex and BDSM high-jinks follow.
I won’t spoil this anymore but I hope what I have given you is a taste of what this parody is like. You won’t like the characters, the plot is a loose to say the least but none of that matters as the aim of this book is not to be good. The aim of this book is to be funny. And it is. I highly recommend it to romance fans as you will get the in jokes.
Now….my favourite quote:
“Come. You have a dinner date with me at my mansion.”
“I do?” Virginia frowned. “I’m sure it’s not in my planner.” He could be right, though. She’d already forgotten her panties, her bra, and what to call long arm thingies on monsters. (less)
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I loved this novella, loved watching Pia and Dragos rediscover their love and I alw...moreFTC : I requested this from NetGalley for a fair and honest review.
I loved this novella, loved watching Pia and Dragos rediscover their love and I always love more about the peanut :) Readers beware; this novella contains many spoilers for the rest of the series so I wouldn’t read it out of order.
I loved this story. Not only did I get to see them fall in love all over again (Dragon Bound is my favorite in this series) but I got to see Pia in action. As the title states, she does in fact save the day and I loved her strength. Her mate was injured and she had to pick up the slack, which she did impressively. She had a plan for everything and her resilience was astounding; Dragos was not the star of this show, Pia was. She could have broke, she could have let the sentinels deal with it but she pulled herself together and did everything she could to put her family back together. She was the epitome of a strong woman; she wasn’t a bull-buster, she was simply a woman who did what she had to with no fuss.
I can’t wait to see more of Peanut’s story but this wasn’t about him. This was about Pia and Dragos. It is full of moments of love, strength and determination which made it even more enjoyable to read. An absolute must read.(less)
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Well, this book was a surprise. I’m always happy with a best-fri...moreFTC : I requested this book as part of the series to review. I do not know the author.
Well, this book was a surprise. I’m always happy with a best-friends-little-sister trope book, but this one has made sure that I take some more notice of this particular author. It was a fun, light read with a hefty dose of sex. I loved it!
Sophie is quite excited by her brothers wedding. Recently losing weight, trying for a promotion at work and generally just having a life-overhaul, she goes into the wedding looking for some fun. I had high hopes for her and, for the most part she delivered. She tried her hardest to keep her new-found confidence in the face of the rest of the stunning wedding party but, sometimes, her confidence wavered and then the problems arose. The new Sophie engaged in conversations, told Logan what she wanted and tried to have some adventure. Jealous Sophie had claws and an unattractive bitchy side (I wasn’t a fan of jealous Sophie as she was also incredibly irrational). I got why she had the irrational side but that side got far more airtime than I wanted it to.
Logan is the best man and, as part of his duties, he is asked to make sure that Sophie socializes with the rest of the wedding party (saw that one biting him on the arse from a mile away). He dutifully does what he is asked but is surprised by how much he enjoys her company. His life is fricking bonkers and she brings fun (when she’s not being bat-shit crazy) and relaxation. Logan is a lovely guy but his priorities are completely out of line. He works all of the time, he never dates, never does anything relaxing … it is a rather pants existence. Sophie reintroduced him to life and this made this a rather well-rounded story; Neither of them needed the other to complete their lives but they sure made each other happier. I liked them together, believed in the chemistry between them and generally rooted for their HEA. Of course, there are the usual barriers and I spent the majority of the story hoping that Sophie wouldn’t hit the self-destruct button and pull the plug on them before they really had a chance together.
The sex scenes are some of the best in the series. There is dirty sex, Sophie-in-charge sex, sex whilst on a phone-call sex and plenty of dirty, dirty talk. I loved the flair that this author has for writing dynamic chemistry and I will be picking up more of her work.
Overall, this was the perfect end to this rather fantastic series. One of my favourites, this book was fun, dirty and light… perfect bedtime reading :) (less)
FTC : I got this book from the publisher for an honest review. I haven’t received any monitory compensation for it.
Before we begin, it is important to note that I think you need to read this series in order. Although it is set in the same timeline, and at the same event, there is an order for a reason. I have to say that these authors have done a fabulous job with this as it must have been a complete nightmare to coordinate.
This is the wedding from the POV of Christine and Tyler. It is a tale that combines the tropes of jilted lover with the best-friends elder brother into one hot little package and I really enjoyed it.
Christine is an investigate reporter who has an exciting job and a dull sex life. She goes to her best-friends wedding armed with a list of sexual things that she feels, as a member of the bridal party, she should get to do with a member of the groomsmen. Any groomsman that is, that isn’t Tyler. Tyler is the one that took her virginity and broke her heart and he is definitely not on the list. Unfortunately for her, he wants to be and he isn’t willing to let her say no.
Christine was a conflicted character and I liked that. The chemistry between them was insane but she was wary of the man who ran out on her all those years ago; no matter what pretty words come out his mouth, he has had the opportunity to make amends since and hasn’t. She runs from him at every opportunity, she tries her hardest to not be left alone with him but, unfortunately, Tyler on a mission is something that she just can’t resist. This story was so sweet.
Tyler took me a while to warm to. Actions speak louder than words and although he may say that she is the one that got away, that she is the one he has always wanted, he still ran away all those years ago and left her, sans virginity, upset in a hotel room alone. I didn’t know if he was worthy of hero status and it took me a while not to scoff at his declarations. In fact, I was wary of him until his present actions matched his present words (see scavenger hunt scene…. yum!). I have to admit, he was pretty dream-worthy by the end.
Out of all of the books in the series, this is the most romantic. They were already in love with each other, even though she wanted nothing to do with him, and this was the story of them figuring out that love. With plenty of sex thrown into the mix, it fits nicely with the entangled line but this one really stood out from the others in the series.
The first novel in a very steamy series, this is the story of one man determined to romance the woman he threw away all those years before. With outdoor sex, romantic proclamations and a very naughty to-do list, this is a story for erotic romance fans everywhere.(less)
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This book is the prequel to the Wedding Series that I will be mostly reading and reviewing this week. The whole series is set around a wedding and this one is the tale of how the happy couple met. It’s short, sexy, fun and a must read if you want to read the rest of the series.
Kady has always had a soft spot for Colton, her brother’s best friend. Although they have a lot in common, and some unbelievable chemistry, he has faithfully resigned her into the friend zone with the single exception of one encounter years ago. The reasons are two-fold; One is the brother issue and the other is that Colton likes really rough sex and he doesn’t want to disrespect her (I don’t know what this says about the other women he slept with!). When they are thrown together by a combination of bad weather and bad circumstances, secret crushes are exposed and the rest is history…
Although I liked this little novella, and it did make me want to try the rest of the series, it lacked a couple of things that would make it great for me. I loved Kady (I’m a sucker for strong women in male dominated jobs) and I loved the fact that she was completely OK with her sexual desires. However, I was slightly annoyed that she had decided that Colton was the one for her based upon the fact that he is the only man to give her an orgasm. Personal opinion alert but I think that good sex is a reason for more good sex, not for proclamations of one true love.
The last third of the novella is where it became the novella that I expected, the hot little number that I have learn’t to expect from Entangled line. The sex scenes were hot, well written and completely enthralling. Although not as rough as I expected, I loved every single second of them.
Overall, a enticing prequel to the Wedding Dare series. Short, sweet and sexy; everything an Entangled novella should be :)(less)
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I have been loving this series so far and, although I thought this book was a fun read, it was my least favourite of the line so far. The characters were great, the setting was fabulous but the barriers to the romance were slightly annoying. I’m not a fan of the not-communicating conflict plot and, with these two being so close, it just didn’t work for me.
The chemistry between Alan and Julie was incredibly well written. Work friends, they have firmly put each other into the “off-limits” category even though they fancy the pants off each other. Once they win the trip to Hawaii, all bet’s are off as they let their hair down. I loved the set-up; I love the friends to lovers trope and this seemed like the perfect setting. Then the tone of the romance changed and I started to lose interest. The insecurities they both showed, along with the lack of communication between them, made me feel like I was reading about a fledgling relationship between two acquaintances, rather than the development of a love story between two very close friends. I just couldn’t understand their motivations or actions and it affected how much I enjoyed it.
The one thing that really stands out for me in this book was the sex scenes. When they are not experiencing lots of internal angst, these two have incredible chemistry. The sex was hot, emotional and inventive; it was definitely worth reading this just for this.
This book did make me want to read some more of Delphine Dryden’s erotic contemporaries. Although this story didn’t work for me, the writing did so I will be adding some more of her work to my TR list.
Overall, a sexy, short read that failed to hit the mark for me.(less)
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I fricking love this series and I do hope there is more from this world. A dystopian setting filled with zombies and shifters, each instalment has kept me on my toes with its twists and turns. If you haven’t started this series, you must do so on book one… there is an overall arc which will not make sense out of order.
Danny, the pack medic, caught my eye in the last one. Smooth and charming, I could see his book being a little bit sickly sweet but the lovely medic has an animal side that made this anything but. When we begin this tale, we find that Danny, worried at the rate that the zombie virus has been replicating, has been sending samples all over the world to try to find a cure. When the bunch of human scientists come in to try to find the cure too, he hopes that he is finally going to get the answers that he needs. That is until they all get themselves killed by breaking the first law of the territory and going into Zombie-land alone (yes, unfortunately, the humans are morons in this one).
Aware that Deanna is his mate, he follows them and barely makes it out alive rescuing her (aww). He vouches for her when his Alpha wants her out of London and then they must work together to try to find the cure. Of course, as she doesn’t feel the mating pull (human, not wolf remember), he also has some time to convince her she wants to spend the rest of her life with him too. All I’m going to say is that I wish I’d been wooed by a wolfie boy!
Deanna isn’t quite all that she seems. She has ulterior motives for appearing in London and I’m telling you none of them as I consider every one a spoiler. Needless to say, her motives are to do with the Zombie virus and lead to the twist at the end … OMG! I enjoyed her as a character and I think this is a love story that I may have to reread. I came away thinking maybe Danny was a closet Alpha :)
You all know that I have an issue with Insta-mate books. I admire the fact that this particular author addressed the fact that the human in the story wouldn’t feel this mate pull. In fact Ms Schnyder made her hero work for Deanna’s good affection and I loved it. I wish it had been drawn out a little more, but the entire series has been fast paced so this fit perfectly. I also liked the fact that she dealt with the fact that, whilst this might be Deanna’s HEA, it was probably Danny’s HFN. His lifespan was far greater than her’s but, whilst it was sucky, it was accepted as just one of those things. There was no transmission of supernatural life-spans (through bites or spells) and she didn’t find out that she was an unactivated wolf who just needed to find love. No, she was human, she would die, that was fine.
Overall, this book was probably the best in a series I have truly enjoyed. A fabulously dark PNR featuring a dreamy medic with secret Alpha tendencies and a scientist with some huge secrets….(less)
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I requested this book because Cara McKenna writes amazingly filthy books. Honestly, if you haven’t read her stuff, and you like smoking hot books, she is an author you HAVE to try. This book was absolutely no different.
From the off-set, this book was about sex. These two know that they have no chance of a permanent relationship, that their time together is limited, so they just decide to take what time they have and make the most of it. What ensues is a fast-track relationship; lots of sex, dates and laughs. Of course, neither of them wants to think about their relationship expiration date…
I really enjoyed this one. It was a very hot novella with great characters and a solid plot. If anything, the only complaint is that I thought that the feelings within the relationship developed rather quickly and it left me a little unsatisfied. I recommend this one to fans of novella’s and erotic romance.
I enjoyed the plot of this one. I could totally buy the set up and the characters were fantastically well developed. I loved the independence and strength of Jamie and the fact that at no point was she giving anything up for a man. She wanted to have a holiday fling, to cleanse the bad taste left by the last relationship, but she wasn’t scared of how quickly her feelings develops. She was always leaving though, no matter what her feelings were; what she was going back was too important to miss. Connor is exactly the same. He never expects anything, isn’t even looking for something, but I loved the fact that he wasn’t afraid to show her how much he cared. He was hot, sexy and IRISH.
There is sooo much sex in this one. Cara McKenna writes fantastic, erotic scenes and, from the steamy sexual encounters on a pool table to the romantic sensual scenes, every single one made me shiver.
This is a hot little novella which is perfect for anyone looking for a holiday read with some heat. (less)
FTC : I got this book from NetGalley for a fair and honest review. I am a fan of Vivian Arend but that had no bearing on this review.
So… this was very different book to what I expected. I think I was expecting a particular author voice (because I have read so much of Vivian Arend’s stuff) but what I got had a completely different feel to it. The writing tone that the combination of these authors created was much lighter, much spunkier and much funnier than I was expecting. I loved it and spent most of the book chuckling to myself like a loon.
When Parker meets Lynn, he has been hired to create the perfect date for her and another man. What he quite quickly realises is that she and the other man are no longer an item and calls off the case. This is a bit of a relief because he is instantly attracted to her and, after getting quite uncomfortable watching her at a yoga class, he decides to make a play. After having a rather crappy time with men recently, Lynn decides that she needs to take to be more adventurous and open when it comes to the opposite sex and, when Parker catches her eye, she decides to take the plunge with him. Well, him and his partner Dean. The threesome wasn’t left-field for him but I was quite surprised that she had a threesome with two relative strangers after meeting them in a bar. As much as I enjoyed the scene (man, it was HOT), it felt a little out of character.
After the threesome, Parker gets a little possessive and makes a solo play for Lynn. What I fricking loved about this was that there was absolutely no sl*t-shaming or judgement from Parker; to him, they had all been part of the threesome and, as fun as it was, now she was to be his alone. You have no idea how often I see sl*t-shaming in this genre of books so yay to these authors :) Lynn and Parker then embark on the journey of a developing new relationship (i.e. LOADS of sex) but there is just one problem… Parker doesn’t tell her the truth about how they really met (idiot!). Yes, you are right, it will come back and bite him on the ass.
There is a bucketload of sex in this one and it’s all scorching hot. Some scenes didn’t seem to develop the plot but they did cement it; who would believe two 20-somethings would start a relationship and be able to keep their hands off each other? Every scene is hot, some of it’s adventurous and there is some seriously sexy talk.. I loved it!
The characters were well written and well rounded. I loved Parker, understood his character and his motivations, even if his lie of omission did annoy me slightly. The way that he wooed her was very cute and I loved that this very masculine character had no issues with showing his romantic side…he was yummy. However, I’m not sure I fully understood Lynn. Well, I think I understood the Lynn when she was with Parker but not the one before him. Why Phil the skeezy ex? WHY?? I loved her with Parker, I loved her maturity and I generally thought she was a strong character. But Phil? Really? And where do I get his anti-aging regime?? (read the book … you’ll understand)
The side characters were fabulous and, again, I loved that these female characters were in complete acceptance and control of their sexuality. I can’t wait to read the other boys books but I can’t help but hope that Suz gets a book too.
Overall, this is a very hot, very funny yet light read that I did enjoy. I did see someone describe it as a perfect beach read but that all depends on how hot and bothered you want to get on a beach :D(less)
FTC : I got this from NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review.
So far, I have requested every single book in the Cosmo Hot Reads line and this has got to be one of my favourites. It’s not because of the sex for once (which was pretty tame to be honest) but because it’s so damn funny. You have to leave your concept of reality at the door (I should imagine that if a social media manager did this kind of fuck up in real life, they would be fired … quickly) but, once you do, the result is so worth it.
First question I have …. peen appearance rating? Really? I have never EVER thought of a peen to be particularly attractive never mind “magnificent” or “adorable”. Maybe it’s just me? Anyway, there is a hell of a lot of talk about peens. There was even talk of a circus peen and I never, ever want to know what that looks like *shudder*
The trope is more friends to lovers as these two were friends before they made the brave (drunken) step of falling into bed together and then never spoking to each other again. It is the worst fear of everyone who has ever fancied a friend … if I act, will it screw everything up? Well in this one, yes it did as, when we meet them, it is nearly a year since they have seen each other. Then the media disaster occurs and they are thrown back together as he wants to get a perfect 10 on the app score. Well, he does and he doesn’t because what he really wants is her. It is all very adorable.
I liked both of the characters but I have to say that I much preferred Drew to Katerina. Drew is a gorgeous, kilt-clad, self conscious doll of a man whereas Katerina was a little silly and, on a rare occasion, grating in her immaturity. For Drew, the app disaster was a blessing as it gave him the opportunity to fix something that he thought he had screwed up forever. It amused me that he had screen shot her “review” of his sexual performance on the app and was using it against her to woo her. It was so modern, so fresh that I immediately fell for him hook, line and sinker.
Katerina was a different kettle of fish for me. Although I found her entire situation quite funny, I wasn’t completely sold on her character. She didn’t seem to develop as a character and I just couldn’t buy her professed strength of feeling for him. I loved her dialogue when it wasn’t with him but I struggled in their interactions.
I enjoyed this novella immensely but it was the humour that made me enjoy it; I think that if it wasn’t present, I wouldn’t have because I just didn’t buy into Katerina’s character. A unique story that was a complete breath of fresh air. (less)
FTC : I requested this book from NetGalley. It is the first I have read from this author.
This is another great read from the Cosmo Hot Reads line and now I am going to go back and read the first in the series (I didn’t realise that it was the second in the series ’til half way in). It is hot, funny and the only complaint is that I didn’t think there was a whole lot of character development going on but I’m going to put that down to the length.
This book is written in first POV but I liked the character of Rosie so that was fine. She was tough, much to the disgust of her other suitors, but not when it came to Hunter. When it came to Hunter she was a marshmallow and it was fun to watch her struggle not to jump on him at every opportunity. I think the majority of women would relate to her internal struggle not to show how she was feeling towards a man she thought left her for being too clingy the first time round. She didn’t want to want him, did everything in her power not to want him, but in the end he was just too much. The good thing about this book being written from her POV was this book had a dry sense of wit running through it because of it; there were many moments that made me chuckle.
Because this was written in first POV, I never actually found out how Hunter felt about….well, anything! Rosie made a lot of assumptions about him but I read his actions in a different way to the way she did. From the moment he first came back into her life, he tried with her. He tried to show that he cared about her with his actions. He respected her strength, adored her as a woman and was God-damn dreamy. I loved him but I was unsure of his intentions towards Rosie, wasn’t sure if he wanted to be anything more than a bed-mate because she never let him talk. That is one issue I had with this book being written from only Rosie’s POV; I feel it took something away from the story for me as a reader.
This is a short, sassy, sexy mouthful of a read. I loved the characters, love the set-up and most of all I loved Hunter!(less)
FTC : I was given this book by the author for an honest review. I was not biased by either money or my...moreOriginally published on Scorching Book Reviews.
FTC : I was given this book by the author for an honest review. I was not biased by either money or my good opinion of her when writing it.
This is a short novella at 45 pages, but it packed a lot into it’s short length and I quite enjoyed it! It also had a ginger hero … there are not enough ginger heroes in my opinion!
After 6 years of grieving, Daphne is convinced to go on a blind date by her friends to try to get her back into the dating field. The night before her blind date, she runs into Woody at a bar and, completely unaware that he is her date for the following night, she finds herself completely unable to resist her attraction to him. After fooling around with him, she runs away and he has to hunt her down to finish what they started. What results is some VERY hot scenes ..
By giving the heroine such a tragic back story, the author was able to give some emotional depth that sometimes is missing in short stories. I wanted Daphne to find love again, I wanted Woody to stop his playboy ways and I wanted a HFN ending. It was surprising that I cared so much and I was also surprised by how much character development there was. I think the fact that it had been 6 years since Daphne’s fiancee died that I was able to accept both the rapid development of feelings and the way she responded to Woody; it had been one hell of a dry spell and was definitely time for her to move on.
This is a very short, yet very surprising, novella. It is fun, sexy and a little bit angsty. If you are looking for a uber short romantic read, this is one I highly recommend. (less)