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Review: The Consequence of Seduction by Rachel Van Dyken

Posted 9 February, 2016 in Reviews / 1 Comment
Review: The Consequence of Seduction by Rachel Van Dyken

Review: Oh, Reid. What Grandma did to you… Once again, this series toed the line between ridiculous and too ridiculous so well. Aaaaand it had Broadway, which makes everything better. I had no idea this Phantom of the Opera fantasy was a thing, and I kind of love it. I mean, I knew Leslie Knope loved him: But I didn’t realize it was other people, too. She also thinks Ben Wyatt has an elf butt…and likes it. So I don’t always relate to her turn-ons. Back to the main point (which relates pretty well to Leslie Knope, actually), this book […]

Review: Floored by Melanie Harlow

Posted 10 February, 2015 in Reviews / 2 Comments
Review: Floored by Melanie Harlow

My Review: Gah! This might be my favorite book in the Frenched series! I can’t decide. It’s sooooo close between this and Forked. But then, in my world, in case of a tie, the book with the dance tie-in always wins. 😛 I’m so jealous of Erin for owning a dance studio. Let’s just get that out there. Floored beats Forked because of ballet. So let’s talk about the opening scene. Erin is on her game when it comes to fantasies. Seriously, good choices, girl. Good choices. Except for the whole leaving that stuff out when the cops show up. And […]