The main characters are likable types, and I really wish I like this story more than I actually do.
We’re in Egypt, the land of killer pyramids and angry natives, and the characters spend most of their time whining. Sigh.
Talk about inserting a conflict that brings down the romance.
Good is overrated. I’d have preferred the lady to be smarter.
This is a pretty alright Gothic mystery romance. Alright, that is – just alright.
Ooh, this one has a nice kick-ass heroine. Too bad the hero doesn’t appreciate that.
The hero’s blind, but that just makes him a blind Henry Higgins.
It makes fun of the previous movie and goes all out dumb. Credit given for effort, I guess.
Old school vampire romance alert! Put on your nostalgia goggles and enjoy.
Something went wrong in the art of plotting, oh dear.
The first half is gripping historical fiction, the second half is just… sigh.
Finally, a happily ever after for the nerd turned sex doll and her horny Roman general!
From snobby nerd babe to Roman warlord’s sex show main attraction! Read all about it!
Why have a Chinese heroine flailing in 1920’s England, if the author is going to just turn her into a Chinese Bridget Jones?
It’s always disappointing to come across a story with so much wasted potential.
It is such a fun story with a good dose of angst… until the heroine decides to end up with the hero.
If this has been longer, maybe it’d be better. As it is, well, it’s just okay.
Perhaps it is inevitable, but these Marvel superhero movies are starting to have a by-the-numbers feel.
One fun story, one below average story.
A TBR Challenge 2015 review. A violinist humps his composer girlfriend 24/7 while her poor depressed brother can’t catch a break.