Pages no: 281
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Mental Health
, Mental Illness
, New Adult
4.5 stars. I’m not a big fan of erotica, first person, single POV, or BDSM yet I really loved this book. I think it’s because it was more heavily weighted toward romance than it was erotica. The BDSM is pretty tame and limited to one (very long) sex scene. The other sex scenes are just explicit but...
Hard knocks, drag down deep. Cara's writing style is so honest and real, you feel like your there with Erin & Kelly. Erin & Kelly both have tough lives, and this is the story of how they deal with it, and each other. Man, I really want a sequel. There is so much more to be told. The sex is off the ...
This was a REALLY great book. It wasn't a gushy, mushy, swoony book. The characters were well developed... lots of depth to Erin and Kelly. And there was a lot to deal with these two. I'd have to say that the ending was somewhere between HFN and HEA. Only because both Erin and Kelly both had so...
Erin Coffey moves to be near her sister and nephew. She finds a job in a psych ward, locked down unit, where she finds that she really could be in danger. Luckily there are orderlies all around, one in particular, Kelly Robak. Can I just say....HOLY YUM!Anyway, after her first day where she gets ...
3.5+ starsOK, I admit it. I was so intrigued with my friend Regina's thoughts on this book, I couldn't help myself. I had to buy it and read it.I don't think I appreciated the book as much as Regina did. But I *did* appreciate the book. And I appreciated a lot about it. Although, at times, it felt d...