The heroine is a bunny boiler, the hero is a judgmental hypocritical turd, and I’m the biggest loser for having bought and read this thing.
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A psychic shrink goes inside the head of a man suspected of murder, and my own mind wanders off because this one is just all over the place.
Ooh, a time travel romance that makes me feel like I’ve been sent back in time to 1994. Is that good or bad?
This is marketed as a new adult werewolf romp, but its vibe is more young adult than anything else.
There’s a romance here? How did that happen again?
The sex is hot, everything else is a bit meh. So, the question: what are you looking for in this one?
The author makes up for the ugh-worthy Drizzt-wannabe in her last two books for Paizo with this solid, exciting entry.
Thank you! Now I know what to do with the dead body in my, er, a friend’s larder.
This one could have been much better. The potential is there, but I guess things just don’t pan out as well as I’d hoped.