HOT SAUCE REVIEWSBook reviews
It’s like, Buffy’s English great-greatmother is an airhead and Spike’s great-grandfather is a big fan of Christopher Lee’s Dracula characters.
We’re in Egypt, the land of killer pyramids and angry natives, and the characters spend most of their time whining. Sigh.
Is this a new adult gay romance or just bad propaganda from the PoC LGBTWTFHAHABBQ Division of the Taylor Swift Fan Club?
I’d happily choose to be stuck in an elevator with ten of Vivienne Lorret’s heroines than to spend another second with the heroine of this book.
Is “guys treating women like they are too useless for anything” the new trend in demonstrations of affection?
Talk about inserting a conflict that brings down the romance.
It gets really personal when the heroine decides to run off straight into drugs-and-pimps hell.
Good is overrated. I’d have preferred the lady to be smarter.
Sleeping with the ex-con next door is supposed to be simple and uncomplicated. Yeah, right.
A TBR Challenge 2015 review. I love men in uniform, but maybe not men in this particular uniform…
This is a pretty alright Gothic mystery romance. Alright, that is – just alright.
Ooh, this one has a nice kick-ass heroine. Too bad the hero doesn’t appreciate that.
And a great way to experience what a lobotomy feels like.
Why do I keep subjecting myself to this author’s books? WHY?
Wait, this is actually pretty fun! Alright then, let’s get the party started.
Nothing really groundbreaking here, but it’s fun, and that counts for something.
Or, dangerously misleading pretty rhetoric that attempts to pass romance off as something it isn’t, for the sake of a progressive narrative.
The hero’s blind, but that just makes him a blind Henry Higgins.
This one is so hot, my brain felt like it completely melted at the end of the day.
Oh, I love those horny centaurs… except this one, who really should just do me a favor and die.
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