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review 2017-06-27 07:54
'Not Safe for Work' by Charlotte Stein
Not Safe for Work: A Billionaire Menage Novella - Charlotte Stein

'Not Safe for Work' by Charlotte Stein is the story of Hartford, Abel and Amy.
Please note that this Novella was once originally published in the"Filthy & Rich" box set.
Amy is Hartford personal assistant and with that there has only been business between them. Hartford I would say is a hard, straitlaced kind of guy. Amy is to meet Abel to show him around the work area. Abel is totally different from Hartford in that he is carefree, outgoing and a rule breaker. Abel and Amy have a instant attraction but we find that Hartford is jealous and makes a hasty decision about Amy in the workplace. But we slowly see these three people coming together into a very hot relationship.
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text 2017-04-27 02:34
Curveball: Away We Go, Book One by Charlotte Stein 99 cents
Curveball: Away We Go, Book One - Charlotte Stein

Curveball: Away We Go, Book One by Charlotte Stein 

 

When Judy Myers is offered a relaxing vacation to get away from her latest heartbreak, she can’t say no. A cruise on her brother’s yacht sounds like heaven...until she realizes her brother’s best friend has been invited along for the ride.

Steven Stark is big, he’s loud, and he’s obviously not interested in the plump, plain little sister he used to tease unmercifully. In fact, he’s still quite happy to tease her – until she turns the tables on him. Now, Steven can’t seem to keep his thoughts, or his hands, to himself. And worse, Judy’s not sure she can resist the attraction she’s kept buried for so many years.

Being trapped on a boat isn’t the best place to be, when you’re suddenly thrown a hunky curveball.

 

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review 2017-04-15 17:38
The Horizon by Charlotte Stein Review
The Horizon - Charlotte Stein

When Quade swoops in to save his archenemy, Sol, from bloodthirsty Cybers, he doesn’t expect to find himself almost torn apart, terrified beyond imagining and even worse—declaring his love for her.Now they’re trapped on Sol’s spaceship, both half-insane due to the Cybers pumping them full of some lust drug. If they can’t get a hold of themselves quickly, they’re going to be doing some pretty dirty things.But surprisingly, Sol doesn’t seem to mind that newfound feelings are bursting out all over—especially when said feelings pave the way for wild and constant sex with her former enemy.

 

Review

 

Yea! Science Fiction Erotic Romance with Charlotte Stein.

 

Oh, the the smart mouthed sexy fun. And this is all true. It is also pretty dark. Good dark.

The hero and heroine are driven to each other.

 

The world could have been more developed to my taste but I would visit again.

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review 2017-03-25 17:05
Raw Heat by Charlotte Stein Review
Raw Heat - Charlotte Stein

Serena has spent her entire life in the underground, hiding with the rest of humanity from the werewolf plague above. Then she begins taking care of Connor—a werewolf the humans have captured to experiment on, in the hopes of uncovering a cure—and finds her entire belief system shaken.Connor isn’t a vicious animal, hell-bent on the destruction of the human race. He’s kind, thoughtful, and above all—absolutely delicious. The feelings he’s starting to inspire are sending Serena out of control…lewd, filthy, glorious feelings, which could cost her job as a nurse. Not to mention her life.Lust and love between a wolf and a human are strictly forbidden. But for Connor, Serena may be willing to break all the rules…

 

 

 

Review

 

Well, that was dark. This is a grim world where pretty much everyone is awful.

 

The hero and the heroine are shining lights in the world and the heroine's struggle to overcome what she has been taught is compelling.

 

I longed for Connor's point of view as we are so locked into the heroine's and it would have made the world richer (as he knows more than she does).

 

Sexy, emotionial quick read.

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review SPOILER ALERT! 2017-02-19 19:23
Never Better Mini Review
Never Better: A Dark Obsession Novel - C... Never Better: A Dark Obsession Novel - Charlotte Stein

Never Better is the third of Charlotte Stein's Dark Obsession contemporary series. Not quite erotic and not quite New Adult, each story centers on a couple, at least one of whom is in college. Never Better is about Lydia, the best friend and roommate of Letty, the heroine from Never Sweeter.

 

I'm not sure what to make of this story. I usually love Stein's writing and this one just didn't work for me. It felt overly long at the beginning and the ending (and revelations) were too abrupt.

 

What I liked: I adore Stein's voice--it's neurotic and self-conscious and wonderful. I also really liked Lydia from book #2. Once in her POV, she's less sarcastic and funny, but we also find out (in the Prologue) that she was nearly assaulted and struggles with PTSD. Letty and Lydia's friendship doesn't get many scenes, but I loved how they support each other. The romance is a slow-build with a protective alpha hero.

 

What I didn't like: I felt like the pacing was off and the story could have been longer. I also didn't like that Lydia's PTSD was "cured" by self-defense lessons from Isaac, the hero. Yes, really. There are lots of ways people cope, but the dismissal of actual mental health treatment was frustrating. And, fwiw, self-defense training is not an effective treatment of PTSD. Some of the setting didn't work. There were several locations (group therapy room, "training" room, and a diner) that were so rotting they would have been condemned. Lydia made jokes about these places, but it took me out of the story to picture them in such (needlessly) horrible places. Also, Isaac, was too much of a blank slate. I found out after I read it that he was a hit man. I appreciate the value of show don't tell, but there's so little about him, that he didn't feel real. So, yes, he's protective, but I wanted more scenes between him and Lydia after the big reveal so we could see his guilt, etc.

 

I'm on the fence about the sex scenes. There was plenty of tension leading up to them, which was classic Stein (and great). However, the staging was a little odd. There was so much build-up, I needed to see the other side of it. It felt short-handed, at least a little.

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