Grade: C

Review: Abduction

Review: AbductionAbduction by Charlotte Lamb My rating: 2 of 5 stars I have never come across a heroine in a contemporary romance novel so broken and weak that I don’t want her to end up with anyone at all. That the only happy ending I want for her is a safe place in a high-walled, gated... Read More »

Review: Castelli’s Virgin Widow

Review: Castelli’s Virgin WidowCastelli’s Virgin Widow by Caitlin Crews My rating: 3 of 5 stars I was all set to give this book a A- or at the very least, a B+, I liked the beginning so much. It is always a cause for celebration in all my years of reading Harlequin Presents whenever I come across a... Read More »

Review: Something Less Than Love

Review: Something Less Than LoveSomething Less Than Love by Daphne Clair My rating: 2 of 5 stars WARNING: F-Bombs abound Bam SMASH!!!! Arrrrgh, this book made me so mad but I devoured it like pizza and finished it in one gulp. Plus it’s by Daphne Clair and I’d read anything she writes. I don’t even really know how to... Read More »

Review: Wicked Caprice

Review: Wicked CapriceWicked Caprice by Anne Mather My rating: 3 of 5 stars Okay… more like 2.5 stars. This is one of those books that I had on my TBR for a while and was hesitant to pick up because the title is boring and kind of vague. Wicked Caprice. Wicked = Mischievous or playfully malicious; caprice... Read More »

Review: Stolen Summer

Review: Stolen SummerStolen Summer by Anne Mather My rating: 2 of 5 stars I’m a huge fan of the “older woman, younger man” trope. With the proliferation of “older dude, young ingénue” pairings in Harlequin Presents—dude, you’re 35, she barely turned 18 last week—it’s nice when the older ladies (heaven forbid, past the age of 25… *shudder*)... Read More »

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