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Review: Spice and Smoke by Suleikha Snyder (2012)

Bollywood Confidential, Book 1

Heat Factor: Based on the blurb, I was honestly expecting more sex (or kinkier sex?) than there was. There is definitely sex, but no group activities. 

Character Chemistry: Lots of sexual attraction

Plot: More like three short stories than one cohesive novella

Overall: In an author’s note to the current edition, Snyder refers to this book as “banana-pants” and she is not wrong.

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Review: She Whom I Love by Tess Bowery (2015)

Treading the Boards, Book 2.

Review of Treading the Boards, Book 1 here.

Heat Factor: Sex is frequent, explicit, and hot.

Character Chemistry: Even though Sarah is the only one with any sense, I completely believe her relationships with both Meg and James who are both ridiculous and moderately annoying.  

Plot: Let’s navigate a threesome, plus an evil pimp.

Overall: A welcome change from standard regencies.

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