Rant, Review

Review: She’s Got Game by Laura Heffernan (2019)

The Gamer Girls, Book #1

Heat Factor: Totally closed door (but she has 17 orgasms…)

Character Chemistry: She’s absolutely terrible to him and he keeps coming back

Plot: Gamer romance at a gamer tournament

Overall: The heroine was obnoxious, but it was still a good read

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Review: Red, White, & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston (2019)

Heat Factor: There is a lot of sex. It’s explicit until it isn’t. 

Character Chemistry: Potty-mouth extrovert plus reserved introvert is obviously good chemistry

Plot: Just YES

Overall: This book hit the spot

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Anthology Review: Hamilton’s Battalion (2017)

Heat Factor: Somewhat variable, nothing terribly explicit

Character Chemistry: All over the map

Plot: Eliza Hamilton is collecting stories about her husband, and our protagonists are all somehow involved

Overall: As a basis for linking stories, this was a little odd

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Review: That Could Be Enough by Alyssa Cole (2018)

Heat Factor: Subtle due to historical context and euphemistic in the sexy bits

Character Chemistry: I’m not sure their want for each other exceeds their need for each other

Plot: Emotionally constipated woman finds polar opposite for true love

Overall: Too short for the necessary emotional development of the story

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Review: Romancing the Inventor by Gail Carriger (2016)

Supernatural Society, Book 1

Review of Supernatural Society, Book 2

Heat Factor: Heated moments are shrouded in euphemisms

Character Chemistry: Longing glances, “accidental” touches, and purposeful misunderstanding

Plot: Parlourmaid falls for wacky inventor, seduction ensues

Overall: A delightful read

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