The author goes back to “0% woo-woo” historical romance mode, but the romance is barely there.
Whom do I have to sacrifice chickens to, to turn this into an urban fantasy and not an icky romance?
It should have been a bit longer.
This is a pleasant little surprise, but the last few chapters are a big let down.
Too bad this is for young kids, I’d love to know the gritty dirty stuff.
First comes the sweetness. And the cuteness. Then come the Terminator cartoon villains from hell.
A plot with a feminist bent in this line of books? Don’t get too excited, it’s all smokescreen for the same old gender stereotyping.
Suddenly, the magic is gone. Insert sad smiley here.
This one reads like it was written, edited, and proofread by fourteen-year- old kids.
I really wish I can give this one a higher rating. It’s one of those rare medieval romances that actually feel like one.
Plots are for losers. Cool people just breed and make babies for sequels.
The best thing about this one is the lack of “My girlfriend is a hateful slut!” drama. Everything else is… oh boy.
Another story where the hero thinks the heroine is a whore, and the heroine can’t wait to put out to him.
Fake courtesan. Cruel worthless hero. Imbecile doormat heroine. And then, add in idiot plot.
Things start out great in this seafaring romance, only to then go on and on and on and on and on…
A TBR Challenge 2015 review. This one is pleasant enough, but maybe I should have read something more… exciting?
A TBR Challenge 2015 review. This one starts out very promising, but it soon turns out to be like every other (snort).
The author spent too much time on not-so-important matters of the heart here.
Too many family members in an otherwise enjoyable story.
I don’t know about rebelling, but I am LIVING for this baby.