HOT SAUCE REVIEWS
Home to some of the most wicked and blunt romance novel reviews (with the occasional reviews of books from other genre thrown in too), movie reviews, music reviews, and even gamebook reviews. Once a while other interesting stuff may show up too. At any rate, look around, have fun, and leave a comment if you wish.
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After Effect proves that the most terrifying thing in a horror movie is the budget cut.
Is there life after Kate Daniels? If Fate’s Edge is anything to go by, oh yes, lots of it. Praise Jeebus and all that jazz.
All that glitters aren’t exactly gold in the looting primer Treasure: Fortunes Lost and Found.
Third book in a row, and Pamela Yaye is still not done with thin and beautiful women. They are all skanks! Kill them all!
I think the author is laboring under this belief that Seduced by the CEO is something very different from what it actually is.
Wicked Temptation features main characters who are just too capable to the point that the story lacks compelling suspense.
It’s set in show business, and like 90% of other romances set in show business, it’s just dumb.
The romance is fine, the pacing is solid, the premise is good… but the plot! Where’s the suspense?
Is this a standalone story, or a thinly-veiled ad and fanservice for the author’s Lady Julia Grey books?
Any fan of Sarah Brightman has probably heard most of the songs here, so there’s no need to bother. Unless you like Done a lot, that is.
- After Effect (2013)
- Fate’s Edge by Ilona Andrews
- Treasure: Fortunes Lost and Found by Glenn Murphy
- Seduced by the Heir by Pamela Yaye
- Seduced by the CEO by Pamela Yaye
- Wicked Temptation by Zoë Archer
- Seduced by the Playboy by Pamela Yaye
- Dangerous Seduction by Zoë Archer
- Night of a Thousand Stars by Deanna Raybourn
- Voce – Beautiful Songs by Sarah Brightman
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