The author’s last two books were the pits, but this one is pretty good! What happened?
A TBR Challenge 2015 review. So sweet, yet so much feels.
Please don’t judge. It’s not my fault.
This one can really hit hard when it wants to, so dive in and enjoy!
They do it in the boardroom, in this bedroom, in that bedroom… there’s a story in here somewhere, but who cares?
The part of the story that leads up to the dating is sweet, funny, and cute. After that, things get a bit meh.
Alright, who wants to read a story with an impotent hero? Admit it, you’re curious now.
I just cannot resist a book with such a title, and the story isn’t bad either.
All these years, it’s nice to see that the author partnership is still putting out sweet and emotional tales of blue boys in love.
Ooh, there’s nothing like a sad tortured creative soul of a hero who is blue without going all whiny and self-pitying.
She’s having fun indulging in her own nonsense, but good for her for sharing that fun all around.
The hero can really bring on the noble fool for love act that has me thinking of lovely things.
Crazy violent people, limbs flying everywhere amidst the ha-ha’s… yes, it’s a book by Shelly Laurenston.
This story makes me feel so happy and silly. That’s good, of course.
Yeah, yeah, manipulative saccharine crap, bad for health, but I LOVE EVERYTHING SO SHUT UP.
He sound like the creepy bastard child of John Mayer and that Five for Fighting guy, Nice.
Oh, could it be? Could the author be getting back her mojo? This is one happy day!
It starts out solid, but then becomes somewhat a disappointment.
For better or worse, this author is finally on my radar.
It’s a great thing that the romance is exquisite, as the sugary sweetness of everything else eventually gets to me.