Is it supposed to be erotica, or romance? There’s probably a little too much kinky sex for this to qualify as romance, and too much plot for it to be considered erotica. So, what I’m left with after all this is a headache and a book that seems to be suffering from an identity crisis.
I bought this book because the blurb was funny, and the first two chapters (which I downloaded as a sample) were great. Very funny and well-written. Then, right after I paid my $3.99, the book took an unsettling turn.
I have many problems with this book. I think this review will make more sense if I just list them out:
Long-story-short: Whatever this book was supposed to be, it wasn’t to my liking. My feelings on this book can be summed up as: Ew, ick and just...no.
Does this book contribute to or help crush the romance stigma?
This is the Charlie Sheen of books. No amount of rehab can save it. Save yourselves, people. It’s too late for me.
Other reading suggestions
Read pretty much ANYTHING other than this. But, if you’re looking for funny reads that are also super sexy, read anything by Vi Keeland or Penelope Ward. Emma Chase is also fabulous, as is Lauren Blakely.