Posts Categorized: unlikeable main characters

Review: Beauty and the Biker (Ghost Riders MC #2) by Alexa Riley

Review: Beauty and the Biker (Ghost Riders MC #2) by Alexa Riley

I’ve read a shitton of Alexa Riley at this point. I thought I was…numbed to AR due to the extreme amounts of her I read. OMG. I was NOT read for this one. Beauty and the Biker is quite disgusting on several different levels. Several. And I thought Pulling Her… Read more »

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Review: Tackled by Sabrina Paige

Review: Tackled by Sabrina Paige

I decided to read Tackled because I read and loved The Deal by Elle Kennedy. The Deal starred a popular “star” jock and an incredibly smart heroine who tutored him. The hero in The Deal cared about his future and his education. He was having a great time being a… Read more »

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Review: After the Kiss (Sex, Love & Stiletto #1) by Lauren Layne

Review: After the Kiss (Sex, Love & Stiletto #1) by Lauren Layne

Ugh. DNF at 50%. I decided to try After the Kiss because the author was recommended for readers who enjoyed Julie James. I loved Julie James’ FBI/US Attorney series and I was excited to read something similar. Sadly, this was not to be. After the Kiss is – without a… Read more »

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Anthology Review – Red Hot Beginnings: Fight for Her Vol. 1 (Fight for Her #1)

Anthology Review – Red Hot Beginnings: Fight for Her Vol. 1 (Fight for Her #1)

In April 2015 I received a free copy of the anthology Red Hot Beginnings. Red Hot Beginnings is an anthology with fourteen (14) different full length series openers. I decided to start reading Red Hot Beginnings because it was an anthology and I am hoping to find a few good… Read more »

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Anthology Review – Red Hot Beginnings: Rae Falling (The Devilhouse #1) by Blair Babylon

Anthology Review – Red Hot Beginnings: Rae Falling (The Devilhouse #1) by Blair Babylon

In April 2015 I received a free copy of the anthology Red Hot Beginnings. Red Hot Beginnings is an anthology with fourteen (14) different full length series openers. I decided to start reading Red Hot Beginnings because it was an anthology and I am hoping to find a few good… Read more »

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Anthology Review: A Taste of Power by Cassia Leo

Anthology Review: A Taste of Power by Cassia Leo

Note: This sampler anthology is no longer available. If you are interesting in reading all of the books that are sampled in this anthology, you can purchase the Complete anthology, Power Players: Four Complete Series for $9.99. So. I picked up a copy of A Taste of Power on November… Read more »

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Review: Raging Hard by B.B. Hamel

Review: Raging Hard by B.B. Hamel

Raging Hard was a complete dud for me. I really didn’t enjoy it very much. The smexy times were meh. The heroine wasn’t the brightest bulb and the hero was a first class jerk. I found nothing particularly redeeming or interesting about this book. I was surprised, however, at the… Read more »

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Review: Fighting Destiny (The Fae Chronicles #1) by Amelia Hutchins

Review: Fighting Destiny (The Fae Chronicles #1) by Amelia Hutchins

WOW. Fighting Destiny is WTFery in its finest! I don’t know where to start. Honestly, I’m trying my best to forget everything I read because WTF, Batman! Fighting Destiny was amazingly fascinating, horribly edited and chock full of crazysauce. I have to admit that initially wanted to DNF Fighting Destiny… Read more »

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Review: Her Secret Submission by Carolyn Faulkner

Review: Her Secret Submission by Carolyn Faulkner

OMG. I seem to have this Carolyn Faulkner thing. I continuously purchase her books and – with very few exceptions – I almost always feel a little let down by the ending. Damn you, Carolyn! Stop being so irresistible!!!! *shakes fists at uncaring sky* Seriously, I think the issue I… Read more »

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Review: Resenting the Hero (Hero #1) by Moira J. Moore

Review: Resenting the Hero (Hero #1) by Moira J. Moore

Resenting the Hero in an incredibly interesting book. It’s pretty light and fluffy while still being meaningful, well written and fun. I think Resenting the Hero is an excellent book for a case of book hangover and/or a need of a palate cleasner. The world-building in the Hero series is… Read more »

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