I had a lot of problems with Ethan and Jenny, but the writing was solid and the sex scenes were hot. – Smut Matters
I’m not necessarily done with Christi Barth. She’s a good writer, and I’d be willing to try a different series. But I’m definitely done with this series.
If I had the chance to read the rest of the series, I might, but I probably wouldn’t search it out. – Smut Matters
Just grab this one and start reading! – Smut Matters
I loved the relationship between Fisher and Zach, when Fisher would let his guard down enough to let a little bit of it out. And I liked starting the book with a couple who’s already established. It was different; a reminder that the story doesn’t end after the first ‘I love you.’. – Smut Matters
I apologize for this review. I finished this book about a week ago, and I’ve been sitting with it, trying to get everything swimming around in my head about this book straight and trying to work out my feelings about it. I’m still all over the place, and I have a feeling this review will be, too. – Smut Matters
It could have been a really interesting look at how these two differing viewpoints came together and influenced each other. Instead it turned into a completely chauvinistic, condescending view of Chloe’s virginity and how weird and undesirable it made her. – Smut Matters
Trigger Warning – this book deals with a fairly brutal gang rape. It’s described pretty realistically, but only in flashes.
I’m just going to say it. I didn’t like Jackson Burke. – Smut Matters
And this new series, a spin-off from her Stiletto series, is one of my favorites so far. I had so many notes and feelings on this one. Constantly rewinding and re-listening to parts. – Smut Matters