Alexis and Luke were characters I just couldn’t help but root for. They had to work so hard for their happily ever after, harder than most characters, and I was so happy when they got it. – Smut Matters
Reece and Shelby were good together when they were together, but their refusal to talk to each other and tell each other what was actually happening, especially Shelby’s, got really frustrating. – Smut Matters
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Tuesday and Ezra were both so eaten up by their own demons, there was no way they were going to make this easy on each other or themselves. – Smut Matters
Dorian has all the abilities of the leopard, but he can’t actually take the shape of one. He’s just one giant heartbreak. – Smut Matters
I did not expect this book. I didn’t expect Zack at all. My heart broke for him when Gina died at the end of the 2nd book. I was expecting this book to be a really difficult, weepy read. I waited until I had a free weekend and a full box of tissues to read it. I was expecting several hundred pages of Zack falling for Kate and hating himself for it, racked with guilt because of Gina’s death and guilt for moving on. That’s not… exactly what we got. – Smut Matters
This was a strange one for me. It wasn’t quite the same as the first two in the series. There was an overwhelming air of sadness throughout this book that never really let up, even by the end. There was a pretty typical HEA, but I still came away from the book with the sense that as a couple Jacqui and Henrik were on borrowed time.
This story was cute, if a little predictable, and a perfect fun read for a summer afternoon. – Smut Matters
The bickering and back-and-forth banter was a lot of fun to read. It forced them both to look at the world in ways they hadn’t even considered. And they had really great chemistry, when Cher would loosen up enough to let it fly. – Smut Matters
For such a short book, Michelle Sharp did a great job of fleshing these characters out. Even the side characters were well-done, something that’s rare in a novella. If you’re looking for a fun, steamy afternoon read, this one is a great choice. – Smut Matters