Review

Review: The Spinster’s Swindle by Catherine Stein (2021)

Arcane Tales, Book #2

Heat Factor: Sex in the moonlight

Character Chemistry: I absolutely believed that they liked each other.

Plot: She wants to destroy his dad, but maybe he also kinda wants to destroy his dad?

Overall: The plot doesn’t always make sense, but I really enjoyed it anyways.

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Review: The Bittersweet Bride by Vanessa Riley (2018)

Advertisements for Love, Book #1

Heat Factor: Everything is very proper; the door is firmly closed.

Character Chemistry: Ewan is too obtuse to have chemistry with anyone. 

Plot: Dueling flower farms + Widow must protect her child + First love back from the dead + Battles over an inheritance + Newspaper advertisements for a husband

Overall: I haven’t been this angry about a hero in a long time.

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Review: Bidding for the Bachelor by Jackie Lau (2021)

Fong Brothers, Book #2

Heat Factor: Lotsa handjobs and blowjobs, but we’re not without a penetration scene, too

Character Chemistry: My insides kept flip-flopping all over the place with these two

Plot: Cedric might be the one person who actually sees Brian. Brian finally finds some personal direction as he supports Cedric in achieving his goals.

Overall: I’m really hungry, but also I’m a heart eyes emoji

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Review: Beach Read by Emily Henry (2020)

Heat Factor: I was expecting chick-lit level steam (so not much), and I was wrong

Character Chemistry: When it’s good, it’s good. When they’re struggling, I wanted to SCREAM.

Plot: She’s having a quarter life crisis. He’s a tortured soul. They’re both writers and neighbors on the lake in Michigan.

Overall: I am seriously not on board with January assuring Gus that she’ll stick through the messiness when Gus is scared to try a relationship and then immediately bailing in a meltdown when things get messy. Seriously. Not.

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Review: Ladies of the House by Lauren Edmondson (2021)

Heat Factor: I can neither confirm nor deny any on-page sex

Character Chemistry: So far, our heroine has spent pretty much all her time with her mother and sister, so there’s not really any chemistry to speak of.

Plot: Everyone decides to SHUN THIS FAMILY

Overall: DNF because the premise strained all credulity

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