Whatever The Cost
Publish date: November 30th 2012
Publisher: Fantastic Fiction Publishing
Pages no: 354
Edition language: English
, Erotic Romance
, M M Romance
, Sex Work
Series: Whatever the Cost (#1)
The first 25% of this book was a bit slow for me and I almost quit reading. Fortunately, the story line picked up about there and I started to connect with the MCs. At the same time I finally stopped noticing the fact that the verbs were all in present tense, which helped a lot. I read this book ...
I am currently putting this book aside with the intention of picking it up at a later date. It isn’t a bad book, but I am not in the right mood to enjoy it for what it is at the moment. I am at 50% and don’t want to give a bad review to a book that is decent (probably will be a three star, dependi...
DNF at 36%I’m quitting when the story is picking up and to be honest, is getting better but I have no motivation to read it anymore. I’ll just explain shortly why.The author’s got an interesting story arc, her characters are lovable, hot, sweet and damaged but I don’t like the execution that I find ...
It is really hard to review this book as it is difficult to put into words the impression it made. I loved it, I hated it, I didn't want to read it, I couldn't put it down.From the very beginning, this story triggered a very emotional response. I was drawn to both Liam and Jacen. I could feel their ...
The reviews about how dark and angsty this book is are kinda scaring me off. (unashamed fluff reader) ----------------------------------I had every right to be scared. This book is very much brutal and dark, and so are the characters. Yet somehow, amidst all that darkness and crap, a truly beautiful...
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