Force of Law
Publisher: Torquere Press
Pages no: 175
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, M M Romance
, M M Contemporary
Originally read 2/13/2010 - reread 11/13/2013 I had originally read this book in 2010. I adored it then and I still adore it now. I was surprised how much of the story I had forgotten, though. The whole beginning is what stuck in my mind but the ending and how gentle and caring Law gets really sur...
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It's not a badly written book, it really isn't, but the first sex scene between the 2 MCs left such a bad feeling in my gut. If I were to put myself in Tom's place? He was raped, IMHO. After that, no explanations of Law's could elevate my opinion of him.
This story that accurately captures my philosophy that there things that I like to read in fiction and elements I enjoy in fictional relationships that are absolutely not okay in real life.In real life I'd be telling Tom to run for the hills from Law. In fic, I'm hoping he runs to him. There's a sex...
This read like a bad harlequin novel. What a waste.
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