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Review: Forbidden Desire: Kidnapped by an Alien Sex Goddess by Robin Lovett (2020)

Planet of Desire, Book 4

Heat Factor: She has three clitorises! Uh… three clitori!

Character Chemistry: Graven is awkward and thoughtful and it’s pretty cute.

Plot: “I will heal you with my magic vagina!” Literally, not figuratively. 

Overall: I had some qualms.

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Review: Until the End by Juno Rushdan (2020)

Final Hour Series, Book 3

Erin’s reviews of the Prequel, Book 1, and Book 2 of the Final Hour Series

Heat Factor: Lavender prose

Character Chemistry: You kind of represent everything I hate, but dang you’re sexy

Plot: Hackers and bioweapons and romance, oh my!

Overall:

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Series Review

Series Review: Fireblood Dragon by Ruby Dixon (Books 1-3)

Heat Factor: His tongue is like a cat’s. And he uses it. A lot. 

Character Chemistry: It’s mostly an animal sort of chemistry.

Plot: Dragon man retrieves human woman bait sacrifice and claims her for his own. She has thoughts about that. 

Overall: This was so special in very good ways.

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Review: Temper by Chantal Fernando (2020)

Knights of Fury, Book #3

Heat Factor: explicit but not lengthy

Character Chemistry: I bought it while reading but now that I’m done I’m wondering where it came from?

Plot: Biker asks bartender on a date every year for four years and when she finally accepts on year five, she witnesses a murder and is kidnapped…by the biker

Overall: This was really fun and also, like, WUT

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Review: The Gift by Julie Garwood (1991)

Crown’s Spies, Book 3

Heat Factor: Initial consent is dubious at best, but after that both parties are all about it, and so am I.

Character Chemistry: That thing where a super alpha submits to a naive, innocent, young woman. 

Plot: They were married as children. He kidnaps her to get some land. She convinces him that he loves her. And destroys his scary pirate ship with a parasol. In other words: Completely Bonkers. 

Overall: If you are Bodice Ripper Curious, The Gift is not a bad place to start.

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