There is some good stuff here, If only the author hadn’t tackled this story like she was writing a self-help book.
I love the first half of this book to pieces. I wish I can trade the second half for something else.
A TBR Challenge 2015 review. If this fabulously trashy story is anything to go by, we all need a redneck romance genre right away.
This is charming modern-day semi-epistolary short story, but then again, it’s short. I can hardly feel a thing.
The story has so much potential, but by the last page, my reaction is to frown at the book and think, “Wait, is that all?”
If you hate your name, you haven’t seen these names yet. Unless your name is already in the book, that is.
Eeeuw, Japanese boyband brats who want to hump one another. Still, they are kind of cute, so I guess they’re alright.
Destructive love, incest, suicide, murder are all tossed into this heady brew of a story, but the author’s self indulgent ways can be annoying.
The heroine does her best to ensure that first impressions are as worst as can be, but the book gets better. Much better.
Oh look, another morality tale about never trusting creepy people who live in isolated farm houses.
Starts out great, but then the fatigue sets in when these characters refuse to stop trying to be martyrs of the new year.
This one could have easily been a fun read that isn’t as stale as the author’s other books, but it never quite gets there.
That hero, John, is still the blandest thing in this story, and that’s quite the shame.
This is actually a pretty fun story. Only, watch out for some elements that can rub readers off the wrong way.
The author has an intriguing couple here, but she puts them through a pretty mundane and uninteresting plot.
Every romance story is staged by the author, yes, but this one feels especially staged and artificial.
This is a readable story, but a bit too precious for me. The dead horse of a plot kind of spoils the fun too.
The Stud is pretty tame by today’s standards, but it can still make for a pretty decent time killer if you are really that bored.
Freedom fighters! Ships! Sword fights! Well, scratch that, toss them away from a more typical story instead. Sigh.
Brace yourself: a Modern story with no Madonna/whore complex, no ridiculous accusations of betrayal, no stalking, just… romance.