I love Avery Flynn. I love almost everything I’ve read from her. This one just didn’t quite land for me. I mean; I obviously liked it – I’m still giving it 3.5 stars. But she’s usually an automatic 4 or 5 from me. -Smut Matters
Every time I read a book by Rebekah Weatherspoon, I ask myself why I haven’t read more Rebekah Weatherspoon.
This is my 2nd Christina Laurens, and my 2nd didn’t-quite-work-for-me, so I don’t know if I’ll try anything else by them.
I enjoyed this, I liked the Little Mermaid references, though at times they seemed shoehorned in, but overall I’d recommend this one. -Smut Matters
Look. At. That. Cover. -Smut Matters
This book should be able to stand on its own, and it didn’t. -Smut Matters
If you haven’t ready any Talia Hibbert yet, you’re doing yourself a great disservice. If you haven’t read this one yet, you need to. -Smut Matters
I think it could would have benefitted from being a full-length novel instead of a novella, and I’ll admit that insta-love is a bit of a mixed bag for me, but I liked Ian and Jessen. -Smut Matters
Holy shirtballs, you guys. This book was so freaking good! -Smut Matters
This was one of those books where the conflict, in this case, the fact that it’s not permitted for partners to be romantically involved, seems to have a pretty clear resolution, so it’s frustrating when the characters don’t see it. -Smut Matters