If you really must read this thing, do it in the bookstore or just wait until it’s heavily discounted at the Kindle store.
The heroine, alone and with no support from anyone, just has to fall for an opportunist who cares little about her reputation. Poor thing.
Evil clowns are always adorable, but this one lacks that special kind of creep factor to make it memorable.
The silly instant-werewolf-sex-and-bond thing, sorry, romance ruins everything.
This story ends up being a little too neat and tidy for its own good.
This isn’t the most exciting or refreshing thing ever, but it may just be a decent comfort read.
The author’s last two books were the pits, but this one is pretty good! What happened?
Greetings from Planet Tumblr, where despite all the rants about diversity, everyone still wants a hot jock with big dong and six-pack abs.
Good women must love kids, take care of the man’s things, blah blah, while bad women hate kids, love money, and like to party. Same old stuff.
How timely, this is a movie featuring two people in current TV shows from producer Ryan Murphy, reminding you as to how bad they are at acting.
A TBR Challenge 2015 review. So sweet, yet so much feels.
Exotic? No such thing here. The cake, and everything else, is a lie.
Good lord, how did this one crawl out from the Kindle Unlimited new adult ghetto?
More like, wrapped in tired old clichés to make anyone fall asleep.
Another story where two mismatched persons are forced to stay together because of a brat. Sigh.
The author is aware that her heroine is very problematic, but she chooses to contort the story to make allowances for the heroine.
Please don’t judge. It’s not my fault.
Oh look, it’s another “let’s pretend this is a really dark story” half-arsed thing from the author.
You will never get to leave Downhill Alley! Never!
For fans of Downton Abbey! Except, it’s more like Downhill Alley.