Tag: Book Review

Bound by Devon McCormack

(4.5 / 5) Not as packed with sex as Clipped, but with a higher quota of action, Bound is still the Devon McCormack we all learned to love. In this second installment, two storylines collide: We’ve got a devastated Kinzer

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Escape the Night by Richard North Patterson

(3 / 5) A somewhat intriguing plot pulls you into the strange mind of a traumatized amnesiac; portraying interesting characters and the rivalries that tie them together, Mr. Patterson does a good job. However, the background and the development of

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Mistress On Her Knees by Anastasia Vitsky

(4 / 5) With appraisable smoothness, Ms. Vitsky constructs the present and then takes us to the past of a relationship with lasting consequences. Ten years ago, Trinity broke Graciela’s heart, left her Mistress and became a Domme. Fast forward

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The Commitment Test by Amanda Aksel

(3.5 / 5) With the same formula as the first book in the series, Ms. Aksel’s second book doesn’t fall short. Just as ingenious and cute, its flowing prose makes for another easy and quick read. Marin wants a proposal

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Left To Chance by C.D. Taylor

(2 / 5) Full of grammatical errors and typos, the second book in the Chances Are series becomes difficult to read; couple that with infantile grownups and weak plotline and the result is poor at best. Eliza is having a

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Loving You Is Easy by Wendy S. Marcus

(1.5 / 5) This one is going to be a “the good, the bad and the ugly” kind of review, so don’t expect me to get a good prose or try to find some good meaningful advice in this review;

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