This may be the first Lorraine Heath book I’ve read, but it will definitely not be the last. – Smut Matters
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One thing about this book that I loved was the relationship between the five women. That relationship will keep me coming back for the rest of the series, no matter how I feel about the men involved.
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.
This was a good book, but it wasn’t a great book. But there’s very little Elle Kennedy could do to make me not move on with the series, so I will, and I really hope there’s a little more explanation of how the world got the way it is. World War? Over-population? Plague? Famine? Zombies? I’m just that kind of person – I need to know how this happened. – Smut Matters
I liked this a lot more than I liked Ten Tiny Breaths. I haven’t read any more of Tucker’s new adult books, but I would absolutely read more of her suspense novels. If you haven’t read this one yet, do yourself a favor and pick it up. – Smut Matters
I went with three and half stars because while I enjoyed this book, the romance felt a little forced. I thought Devon and Kathleen were better suited as friends. If this had been a contemporary, I’d suggest friends with benefits. – Smut Matters
This was a debut novel, and while I really enjoyed it, there were a few times the author’s relative newness came through. – Smut Matters
This was a rough one. I really struggled to finish this one, but it was for my book club, so I kept going. – Smut Matters
I really loved Amy and Dax. In fact, when I went back to it to check a few facts for this review, I found myself rereading the whole thing. – Smut Matters