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Too Much Temptation by Lori Foster
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Apr 04, 11

Lori Foster is the epitome of terrible writers— at least from what I’ve read in this sorry excuse for a novel. The book’s only redeeming quality is the sex, which isn’t saying much at all since even that was written awkwardly, as if the author woke up one day, wrote a novel, and self-published it. That’s how disgustingly vomit-inducing this was for me.
These so called “characters” were stick figures, with little to no development. Their actions, opinions, decisions, and dreams were so unrealistic it was laughable. A science text book would’ve been more story-like. Actually, Foster’s style is that of a drunk, fifth grader.
A novel takes time, dedication, and so much devastation must be dealt with for the book to work that I’m surprised Foster doesn’t submit to hiring one hundred different people to each write a page of her novels. That’s how inconsistent her style and characters are.

Overall, a poorly written book.

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