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Review: Pink Slip by Katrina Jackson (2018)

The Spies Who Loved Her, Book 1

Cover of PINK SLEEP: The Spies Who Loved Her by Katrina Jackson

A young woman in a yellow shirt, black hat, and sunglasses

Heat Factor: Everyone is very horny.

Character Chemistry: Horny, yes. Is it love? Eh.

Plot: 50% being horny, 50% spy stuff.

Overall: Are you looking for some horny spies? Then have I got the book for you!

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Review: Ink and Claw by Ellen Mint (2021)

Coven of Desire, Book # .5 & 1

Heat Factor: There’s definitely a lot of horniness. A lot. A lot, a lot, a lot.

Character Chemistry: There’s an insouciant horny demon who’s present for sex and not emotions, and there’s a werewolf who’s…complicated

Plot: Layla is a witch, and she’s got an incubus attached to her soul, and also she has a crush on a werewolf who (might be but probably isn’t) murdering women

Overall: Didn’t work for me but if you like totally horny, totally bonkers witchy fantasy, it might work for you?

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Review: Gifting Me to His Best Friend by Katee Robert (2020)

Touch of Taboo, Book #2

Review of Touch of Taboo, Book #1

Heat Factor: This book is pictured next to the definition of “one-handed read”

Character Chemistry: Mostly developed off page prior to this book, but it works

Plot: Let’s just play out this fantasy. It’ll be fiiiiine.

Overall: If you’re only in it for the sexy sex, this will absolutely work, but Robert actually also does some interesting things here

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Review: Unconventional by Isabel Love (2017)

Heat Factor: The house is on fire

Character Chemistry: They really manage to be totally into each other while also playing with other partners

Plot: Two people who swore never to be in a relationship after trauma fall into a relationship

Overall: This book was really excellent…but after a book that explored so much about having a different kind of successful relationship, the ending, while totally understandable, did not feel very fresh, which bummed me out a little bit

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Review: Perfect Addition by KB Alan (2018)

Perfect Fit, #3

Heat Factor: Sex is frequent, varied, and inventive

Character Chemistry: High sexual chemistry, plus some cute moments

Plot: Stephanie joins established couple Jesse and Grant for a weekend of sexy rumpus – but do they want something more permanent?

Overall: *fans self*

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