HOT SAUCE REVIEWS: BOOKS
Mostly romance novels, but also fantasy, sci-fi, horror, and occasional non-fiction get celebrated and skewered like only Mrs Giggles can, heh.
If you ever wondered what it’d be like if Kate Daniels and Curran the Pig-Wolf are X-Men, here you go. Enjoy.
A social justice warrior and her white knight take part in the steampunk version of Wacky Races. How nice.
Here’s your chance to touch a mummy – well, not really, but close, as this is a fancy “3D interactive” history book.
Christmas spirit be damned, this is one secret baby book from hell to run away screaming from.
The best thing I can say about this one is YEEEEES, THE SERIES IS DONE WITH. OVER. HALLELOO!
Unoriginal, predictable, familiar, conventional… but I love almost every minute of it. Oh, be quiet or I’ll IP-ban you from here.
Why do I have this feeling that I am in competition with the author for the affections of her hero?
The shrew falls in love – an unexpectedly memorable character study of a damaged heroine who doesn’t care if you like her.
It’s such a nice change of pace to read about a lovelorn romantic guy instead of an alpha mule.
It’s a book with G-rated stuff about Zeus and his dysfunctional Greek family. The content is OK, but the execution is marvelous.
The heroine of this Regency-era romance is an actress. Don’t get too excited, the song and dance is the same old one.
A tabletop game is a tabletop game, and a novel is a novel. Now, I just need someone to tell me what Nightblade wants to be.
The hero is a spy! The heroine is a spy too! Everyone’s a spy now, because “spy” clearly has no meaning anymore.
Suddenly Last Summer is better than I thought it’d be, but it could still be better. Maybe less predictable.
Hot fireman love! Sexy burning hot romance! None of which you will find in this waste of time!
Just like the author’s previous efforts, The Game and the Governess is fun to read but it never hits the right spots as a romance.
Why have a Pinkerton Agent heroine and then make her behave like any random heroine in a romance novel?
Engaged in Sin is quite the cartoon, starring a blind man with the jitters and the prostitute who wants to save the world.
Pen & Ink is all about the sad, funny, and stupid stories behind one’s tattoo(s). It’s quite the beach read.
Wake me up when they make a movie version starring Alaska Thunderfuck 5000 and Spikey Van Dykey.
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- Burn for Me by Ilona Andrews
- Scarlet Devices by Delphine Dryden
- The Search for Tutankhamun by Niki Horin
- Sweet Silver Bells by Rochelle Alers
- 1989 by Taylor Swift
- Undressed by Kim Cesarion
- Nick Jonas by Nick Jonas
- Reluctantly Royal by Nichole Chase
- The Wrong Cowboy by Lauri Robinson
- Witch Hunt by SM Reine
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