Hmm, I’m not even a little bit tempted. Try again?
An idiot plot could sink even the best romance, and this story isn’t even halfway close to best.
It’s like, Buffy’s English great-greatmother is an airhead and Spike’s great-grandfather is a big fan of Christopher Lee’s Dracula characters.
Is “guys treating women like they are too useless for anything” the new trend in demonstrations of affection?
It gets really personal when the heroine decides to run off straight into drugs-and-pimps hell.
A TBR Challenge 2015 review. I love men in uniform, but maybe not men in this particular uniform…
Or, dangerously misleading pretty rhetoric that attempts to pass romance off as something it isn’t, for the sake of a progressive narrative.
Oh, I love those horny centaurs… except this one, who really should just do me a favor and die.
Goodness, just how many secret spy action hero Dukes are there?
I guess, for $0.99, I can’t expect too much. But still, I think this one could have been better.
Some books give me chills. This one gives me rigor mortis.
Every time I’m convinced these characters can’t be any dumber, the author surprises me.
I’m tempted to deduct an oogie for the names of the hero and the heroine, but nah, I’m not that mean.
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.
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.
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.