Hey there fangirls!
This week, I’ve enjoyed some very interesting reads, one of them had me doing this…
This week I read:
Locked by Maya Cross was a pleasant surprise, very reminiscent of FSOG but it didn’t seem like a copy. The unfortunate thing is that it’s a novella, and though this instalment in itself was conclusive, it did leave me intrigued enough to want to read the rest. I like her writing style, steering well clear of literary clichés, there was something fresh about it in spite of going with a light D/S theme that’s so popular at the moment. Thank you again to Audrey who sent this to me.
Reading Release me by J Kenner was an interesting experience. Firstly let me say that I liked it. I thought it was very well written, her writing style is exceptional, but… one of the reviews on Goodreads summed it up very nicely, it said something along the lines of “… This book is great if you’ve not read FSOG and Crossfire…” I feel the same way. Great book, well written, but when you’re going to write something so very similar to FSOG and Crossfire you really need to come up with something… more because the competition is well…’ so stiff;) If your’e lusting after a perfect blend of FSOG and Crossfire, then this book is certainly one you will enjoy.
Tempting the Best Man by Jennifer L Aremtrout (or J Lynn) was my sqyeeeeeee!!!!! read this week. I absolutely LOVE it! It reminded me very much of Cherri Lynn’s books. Tempting the Best Man is part of a series but can be read out of order as each one is about a different Gamble brother…
On her official website Armountrout posted this picture of Chad, Chandler and Chase Gamble – just a little something to help you with your imagination… 😉
I liked it so much I’m going to award it my BOB award!
On my shelf I have:
Tempting the Player by Jennifer L Armentrout and Dirty by Megan Hart
Happy reading ladies…