I’m tempted to deduct an oogie for the names of the hero and the heroine, but nah, I’m not that mean.
Finally, a happily ever after for the nerd turned sex doll and her horny Roman general!
From snobby nerd babe to Roman warlord’s sex show main attraction! Read all about it!
The plot of this story can be summed up as follow: YES! NO! YES! NO! YES!…
An illusionist and a theater owner, ooh. But don’t get too excited, it’s not happening.
Why have a Chinese heroine flailing in 1920’s England, if the author is going to just turn her into a Chinese Bridget Jones?
It’s always disappointing to come across a story with so much wasted potential.
I’m a bit lost especially during the first few chapters, but what the heck, PARTY CITY!
Go watch The Omen or something – it’d be much better than this dreary waste of time.
The author wants to be a mystery author now. I guess, but her mysteries are straight out of clown school.
The only thing burned here is my poor brain. Oh, and my money too, let’s not forget that. #BBHMM
With its so typical story line and characters, this clumsily written and laborious read isn’t worth the effort.
One-minute men, one-minute stories. Both are the same, do not engage unless you’re really bored.
Yes, this is nowhere as good as the other book. But it can still cut my heart up into pieces.
It is such a fun story with a good dose of angst… until the heroine decides to end up with the hero.
Here’s a display of how messy things can be when romance tropes are callously misused.
This one is not quite there yet. The basic premise is fine, but the execution is in shambles.
There are times when these folks sound more like Sarah Brightman that Sarah Brightman does these days.
If this has been longer, maybe it’d be better. As it is, well, it’s just okay.
The story is meant to be suspenseful, but the heroine behaves like it’s a boring field trip.