Even in a novella, a mere 106 pages, both Likotsi and Fabiola were completely fleshed-out characters. -Smut Matters
Overall, this reminded me why I like Lexi Blake books and read them occasionally, but I don’t love them. -Smut Matters
I loved this book, and I loved these characters. If you’re in the mood for angst, I can’t recommend this one enough. Definitely pick tis one up and just settle in with a cozy blanket, some tea, some whiskey, and a box of Kleenex to mop up your tears.
I’d recommend this one for anyone who likes the friends-to-lovers trope. The characters were fun, the angst was low, and the sex was hot. -Smut Matters
It’s all familiar, and comforting, in a Hallmark-Christmas-movie kind of way. -Smut Matters
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
There wasn’t a lot of drama or hijinks, it was simply a lovely way to catch up with a couple that (most of us) read and enjoyed the first time around.
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
I liked the writing, so I would probably try at least one more Kelly Siskind book, but this one was just mediocre. -Smut Matters
This was one of the rare stories I thought worked as a novella instead of a novel. Neve and Tor had the kind of fun enemies-to-lovers relationship that’s so much fun to watch. -Smut Matters