This is a very readable, well-written book. But the cover is still the most memorable thing about it.
Category: 3 Oogies
The heroine’s worth a strangle or two, but this story is sweet, pleasant… and bewilderingly ordinary.
This is alright, although it’s a little too talk show-ish at times for my liking.
Jazz age glamor, clubs, the mob… but things never really take off here.
Why is it that every left-leaning anti-corporate character acts like she is entitled to good things from the people she condemns?
Never help that useless deaf and mute lady living next door.
Thwarted love, heroes jumping to awful conclusions about the heroine, cartoon villains… this one is quite campy, so much so that it’s actually quite fun.
This one would have been a more enjoyable read if it hadn’t been about a doctor sleeping with his patient. Eeuw.
This is a pretty ordinary Western romance, but oh dear, the heroine is creepy-scary. I still am not sure whether this is a good or bad thing.
The main characters have a good thing going, it’s just that the rest of the story could have gone better.