Playboy rich kid falls for his childhood friend, who is determined to marry his sister. Sounds fun, but the end result is pretty cringe-inducing.
Posts by: Mrs Giggles
There isn’t much excitement here, just awesomely perfect people basking in one another’s amazing aura.
Oh my goodness, this one is so much fun, it’s almost a crime that it has to come to an end.
Someone spelled “arses” wrong in the title.
Please don’t hurt the hero. You’ll make him say hateful things and throw a tantrum or two.
Things are much better when one of them is in dog form.
This is what happens when too-smart people do funny things in creepy old buildings.
Come undress me; I have prettied myself with a ball and chain, with a refuge in my old name…
What happens when a gay man is knocked up by his partner? According to this movie, absolutely nothing of interest.
The hero is whiny, mopey, petty, and – worst of all – bewildering. Nothing worse than a crybaby that makes no sense.
For something indie that was funded via Kickstarter, this one can really pack a punch in the fabulous big gay love department.
Well, I have plenty of room for this baby.
Wait, the usual “Marry me, or I will get all melodramatic about my life woes!” proposal is considered wicked now?
It’s a pretty fun story, but it can also be a bit of a disappointment.
I hope the hero get assassinated by men in toga at the mall. WHO’S THE GENIUS NOW, ASSWIPE?
No one in this English Regency-era romp has noble blood, which is nice. Even better is how they deliver a love story that can really hit the heart hard.
The hero is too good for the heroine, who needs sedatives more than anything else.
God bless this one. It will need as many blessings as it can get.
No, the title is not a reference to the monster in the hero’s pants. We all have to live with the disappointment.
If you can get past initial expectations set by the packaging, this one is a pretty solid romantic suspense thingy.