My opinion of this book is just No. Just – no. To all of it. -Smut Matters
Bottom line – this book was fine, and I’ll read the next one, but it would need to be a lot better for me to read more than that. -Smut Matters
I generally expect a lot from Megan Erickson, both on her own or when she collaborates with other authors, and this book didn’t disappoint. -Smut Matters
Bottom line – this book was well-written, but the cartoonish portrayal of Stephanie wasn’t great, and the drama was over-the-top.
I know it sounds like I hated this book, but that’s what’s so frustrating. I didn’t. – Smut Matters
Their relationship is a slow burn, one that’s so satisfying in the end, but so hot in the journey. – Smut Matters
The Billionaire Bachelor is a great start to a new series by Jessica Lemmon. I loved Merina and Reese together from the moment she stormed into his office demanding he give up his plan to completely redesign her family’s hotel – Smut Matters
I liked the writing enough to read more of her stuff if I came across it, but I don’t know if I’d seek it out. She did a great job with our main couple, but the rest of the cast was a bit of a mixed bag. – Smut Matters
I don’t read a lot of mob books, and while I remember why when I’m reading these, Katee Robert is just so good that I don’t care.
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