Gambler's Woman - Stephanie James, Jayne Ann Krentz .... ha .... wtf? ....By the middle of the book i expected the "good guy" to show up and save the silly heroine from the beating Jordan gives her. It still felt like the guy was on edge when only a quarter of the book was left. And then BAM! they were in love ....Left me open-mouthed and frustrated (in a bad way).
A Coral Kiss - Jayne Ann Krentz Interesting in a vague sort of way ... a lot boring ...

Deadly Desire (Riley Jenson Guardian Series #7)

Deadly Desire (Riley Jenson Guardian Series #7) - The best of the series so far... This one held real, touching emotions.

Mia's Heart (The Paradise Diaries, #2)

Mia's Heart (The Paradise Diaries, #2) - Courtney Cole I never felt, really felt that she made the right choice.The relationship with the cowboy dude lacked everything, from sparks, to emotions, to butterflies, to details ... I mean, the first kiss with Gavin left me breathless and filled with ghoose bumps. Not to mention the skinny-dip swimming part. It was exceptional.Also irrational and pathetic was to even imagine that more memories of a gorgeous, sexy guy would make him less loveable and perfect. It should have cemented the bond they had. Gavin should have seen her change, and loved her more for it. The big dude (I can't remember the name if you pinch me)just stood by and watched. Fondled his horse and acted cocky. Then he waited for her to struggle on. When she came to his room eventually, he f****d her. And that's love? And that's fairy tale love?Shit, things are screwed up.The book is definatelly re-readable, thou. I can imagine my own ending and still enjoy the book.

Tempting Evil (Riley Jenson Guardian Series #3)

Tempting Evil (Riley Jenson Guardian Series #3) - The ending was anticlimatic ... how such a big evil was vanquished with just a glance and a bullet in the head across vast spaces. Hell, the whole book was anticlimatic. I only had second-hand knowledge and speculations about Starr's evil deeds. The guy never did anything mean, but look at her and smell weird. Also, he had hot hands. UUUUU, you evil bastard, DIE ! Also, this one too was 85% sex or talk of sex or thinking of sex ... he rest "bits" and pieces poorly put together and a senseless course of action...
Stray - Rachel Vincent Well ... I'll definately never re-read it, unlike other books. It's not memorable. The male character (Marc) was flat like a carboard, boring and completely unlikeable. I disliked him from the moment he appeared and he never did anything to make me change my opinion. The rest on the male characters were more likeable and realistic. I loved Jace and was dissapointed when he didn't get the girl. He was sweet, he was understanding and he REALLY turned the heat from the moment he appeared. She was ... unremarkable, i guess. A jumbled mess. The author was either preparing us for a future mental disorder in ... (I already forgot her name), namely multiple personality. Or she wrote it reeeaaalllyyyy slowly and didn't bother to read what she'd already written before. So the end result was a spoiled, petty, irrational, delusional bitch with potential of becomming THE SPECIAL MOST ... (something or another). And the stupidest heroine I've ever read. The real hope that she might drop the mentally chalenged Marc (I mean, what real person goes so fast from one extreme to another? And what real book hero almost kills another, more likeable, character and gets away with it? Not to say anything about the gruesome and totally sick fact that he ENJOYED eating the bastard in the end.) for the childhood friend who made me catch my breath a few times ... ;)

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