I don’t even know where to start with this book. It was so good. It took me apart and put me back together again, and I don’t even know how to talk about it. -Smut Matters
I can’t properly express my love for this novella and this series with actual words. I’m sure that when I’m reading them, my face just looks like a giant squee gif. -Smut Matters
Once I got over my disappointment The Ultimate Pi Day Party being released on March 5 instead of March 14, I was completely hooked on it. -Smut Matters
And even though I had as many issues with Annie as I did, I still went with four stars because, as usual with a Stefanie London book, it’s beautifully written, and the characters are layered and complex -Smut Matters
I’ll never tell anyone not to pick up an Alyssa Cole book. You should definitely pick this one up. -Smut Matters
I love good banter, and it if this is an example of what I can expect from Suleikha Snyder, I cannot wait to devour her backlist. -Smut Matters
I just couldn’t understand where either of them was coming from and it interfered with my ability to get into the story as fully as I wanted to. -Smut Matters
I never want to give away too much of a mystery book in a review, so I’ll stop there and just say – go get this book. -Smut Matters
Every time I read a book by Rebekah Weatherspoon, I ask myself why I haven’t read more Rebekah Weatherspoon.
If you haven’t started this series yet, you really should.