***copies provided by publisher through NetGalley***
BOUND TO THE BACHELOR by Sarah Mayberry
I wasn't expecting a work of art, but at least something that would've kept me engaged. It didn't.
It was filled with clichés, it was predictable, featured bland characters and a very iffy insta-love romance that failed to strike the right notes, but at least it was a quick read.
BACHELOR AT HER BIDDING by Kate Hardy
The hero was a saint, the heroine was a self-righteous bitch filled with self-pity, the plot was rife with clichés and seemed written by a high-school student.
THE BACHELOR'S BABY by Dani Collins
This book was one massive clichéd rip-off of a Harlequin story (just read the blurb to know why).
The characters were poorly (or none at all) developed, the heroine's issues were annoying and the "drama" unnecessary and forced...I ended up skimming the better part of it.
WHAT A BACHELOR NEEDS by Kelly Hunter
If I had to use a word to describe this story it would be "simple". Too simple, in fact, with a very basic, rehashed and clichéd plot, and a cheesy, ordinary romance.
There was no conflict, no depth, no agency...It was just there, not doing anything.
IN BED WITH THE BACHELOR by Megan Crane
Poorly written with way too much inner monologues and with even more poorly drafted characters making them difficult to understand, empathize, sympathize and/or like.
Slow, boring and firmly in the "meh" category.
ONE NIGHT WITH HER BACHELOR by Kat Latham
Rather inconsistent (character- and their behavior-wise), and definitely nothing to write home about.
It had potential, but the author failed to bring it to fruition.