• Review: Addicted by Lauren Landish

    April 27, 2020 persephone

    Review This was was an okay read. The main characters had their good points individually. The hero sometimes came across as tactless and unfiltered. But he was an okay alpha male hero who entertained me, so I have no complaints there. The heroine was also enjoyable to read. For a stepbrother/stepsister book, this wasn’t too taboo because that fact didn’t factor in when they first fell for each other. It’s steamy, but not over-the-top. It’s not really that amazing, but…

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  • Review: The Absolution of Aidan by Kathy Coopmans

    April 26, 2020 persephone

    Review I am proud to say that I actually followed this series. From Cain to Roan and now with Aidan. I liked Cain’s book. It was sad in the beginning, but it got very exciting towards the end. The second book was personally better for me. I guess it’s because I liked Roan better than I liked Cain. I was really looking forward to this book because it feels like the thrill and excitement just keeps getting up every time.…

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  • Review: The Redemption of Roan by Kathy Coopmans

    April 26, 2020 persephone

    Review I’ve loved Roan since he and Calla was held captive in the first book. I admired his loyalty and his courage. He was so different from his own brother. It’s difficult to believe they are even related. I enjoyed Cain and Calla, but I think that Roan and Alina are my favorite. For one, Roan wasn’t a cheater like Cain. Justify it all you like, but it still doesn’t change the fact that Cain cheated on Calla on their…

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  • Review: With This Ring by Georgia Le Carre

    April 5, 2020 persephone

    Review One thing I enjoy about Georgia Le Carre’s books is that they are always steamy. The hero is always an alpha, and the heroines always give as good as they get. This book doesn’t disappoint in the steam and chemistry aspects. The reason I’m rating this only 3 is because the plot has become formulaic. I’ve read several books from her, and I know that some of them have more depth and character development, so while this book is…

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  • Review: Dear Enemy by Kristen Callihan

    April 4, 2020 persephone

    Review This book is a sweet enemies-to-lovers story. It started out following a predictable formula. Characters were introduced. Conflict was laid out. Secondary characters were given a few moments to shine. But surprisingly, there are a few warm and emotion-inducing moments in this book that I actually really liked. This is not the first book I’ve read from Ms. Callihan. I know that she writes sexy characters but don’t engage in too much sex scenes, so this book is not…

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