It is sometimes a parody, sometimes a blast, sometimes adorable, but always fun, fun, fun.
“Release the kraken!” seems like a dirty phrase when one puts it in the context of this story.
Ooh, there are pirates in here! Firepower! Sword clashes! And the romance ain’t bad either.
O’ come all ye faithful, joyful and triumphant! O’ come ye, o’ come ye to Wintersage…
Ooh, this is a nice one. I get my romance, comedy, and heartwarming drama all in one single book.
The title certainly is bombastic, but the fun this silly little romp offers is pretty hard to beat.
This is probably as close as it gets to old-fashioned good time Amanda Quick. The romance still lacks that special something, though.
She sleeps with daddies from the playground and gets depressed at sex clubs. Tove Lo, ladies and gentlemen.
This and other important questions related to sports and our body are answered – most amusingly – in this book.
This book has issues… some not so good ones, but some good ones as well. And it makes me laugh out loud, so that’s good.
A reunited exes story with some of the more annoying tropes around… and is still a fun read nonetheless? I’m speechless.
Oh, we have an almost winner here. Never mind, here’s all my hugs and kisses anyway.
Jane Feather almost returns to top form here. This one has a heroine that breaks all the rules, shame that the tale doesn’t entirely deliver.
Here’s your chance to touch a mummy – well, not really, but close, as this is a fancy “3D interactive” history book.
He wants to cover every inch of my body with his autograph. I hope he dots every i carefully. Wait, did I say that out loud?
Unoriginal, predictable, familiar, conventional… but I love almost every minute of it. Oh, be quiet or I’ll IP-ban you from here.
It’s such a nice change of pace to read about a lovelorn romantic guy instead of an alpha mule.
Pen & Ink is all about the sad, funny, and stupid stories behind one’s tattoo(s). It’s quite the beach read.
Is there life after Kate Daniels? If Fate’s Edge is anything to go by, oh yes, lots of it. Praise Jeebus and all that jazz.