A nudo per te
Publish date: November 20th 2012
Pages no: 336
Edition language: Italian
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, New Adult
Series: Crossfire (#1)
So this book had a lot of sex. It was basically relationship drama. Sex. Relationship drama. Sex. Relationship drama. Sex. And so forth. This was definitely better than Fifty Shades of Grey. I liked it but I wasn't blown away by it. I wanted more BDSM type of sex than what I got. But I suspect t...
Great for romance lovers, a step up from 50 shades of grey
What is your favorite? The Fifty Shades of Grey-trilogy or the Crossfire series? Or do you, like many, hate them both? I must say, I am a Fifty-girl! Well... Now I got that out of my chest, but as it says in my headline; I am not going to compare them. What I am going to do is giving an overall revi...
I've never read 50 Shades, but there are endless comparisons of this book and 50 Shades. I'm not sure how they compare, but I'm really not impressed. We start with Eva, who is a young, 20-something woman from a very wealthy family, who decides to move to NYC to make it on her own. She works in a...
Okay, this book wasn't perfect. The writing was tacky and Harlequinesque, but I enjoyed it anyway and I'm not feeling guilty about it. And...This is the best "commercial erotica" I ever read. Mostly because of his absence of flaws, so frequent not only in That Other Book We Don't Mention, but in gen...
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