Turning the heroine into a cartoon shrew is never a good idea, darling.
If you like stories of heroes boinking crazy into submission, here’s your baby.
Aren’t divorce lawyers disgusting people? So what does it say about the heroine, when she wants it bad from someone she claims to hate?
The names of the characters are different, but it’s the same book. I guess the author doesn’t want to break what’s not broken.
Bwahahaha at the title. Yucks at everything else.
Warning! Peen-hungry daughter of the POTUS is on the prowl! Okay, it’s like that, but not really like that. Or something.
Wait, did anyone say “perfect”? Not today, dear, not today.
This story is doomed from the start, when the author becomes too fixated on the heroine’s virtue over everything else.
The author commits the greatest authorial crime ever: she fails to make me care even a little about her story.
Rest in peace, Paul Walker. You beautiful, beautiful man. This movie, on the other hand…
Yes, this is a movie in which Osama bin Laden is a zombie that has to be killed. Really!
Another “documentary-style” movie – a sci-fi one, rather than horror, but still, boring and played out.
It almost breaks my brain too.
Yes, “lost” is definitely the operative word here.
I feel so sorry for the heroine – the hero and his family are a bunch of pretty disgusting people.
Women hate other women but would forgive a man even for the worst sorts of sin! In other words, water is wet; go read something else.
I only feel a little spark of excitement within the last few pages of this book. On the bright side, it’s 75% Curran-free!
What “wild things”? The whole thing resembles a really bad reality TV show that should be axed with extreme prejudice.
Warning: this is an epilogue, not a story in its own right. Everyone’s pregnant and in love, the usual.
The hero is something of a priest, but eating a cucumber would feel more of a taboo compared to anything present here.