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
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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 enjoyed this more as an historical novel than an historical romance. – Smut Matters.
Every time I put it down, I was twitchy and eager to get back to it. – Smut Matters
I think this is the last book in the series. But what a way to go out. I’ve read a couple of these more than once, and I think this will be another one. – Smut Matters
Bottom line – this wasn’t my favorite Lauren Layne book, but I’ll keep reading the series anyway. – Smut Matters
As much as I enjoyed the first book in the series, that one was definitely a lot lighter. Dirty Sexy Inked touched on some deeper, more emotional issues, and I really connected with the story. – Smut Matters
Overall, this was a really fun, sexy story. I can’t wait to read more from Stefanie London.
This was a really good story. I really liked seeing Alex and Gretchen find each other, and deal with their complicated lives as they tried to be together. – Smut Matters