You: A deliciously curvy virgin who’s intimately familiar with what goes bump in the night. Prefer a woman who’s open to exploring her animal nature.
I never would have bought this book if I'd known that she wrote it. Bathsheba is a capitulating moron who has no sense - common or otherwise. From the moment he meets her he controls everything about her.
I don't know why three pen names are necessary in the same genre and why two of those pen names are even in the same subgenre! The blurb might lead you to believe that the writing is full of intelligence and research. Their first date is nothing but creepy, gross sexual innuendo.
Allow me to start out by saying that I was prepared to like this book. you know, the huge, intimidating beefy guy who won’t say two words to me? Ok, so it turns out that the were-cougar has drugged me and kidnapped me. Oh, and he’s had his big, beefy friend kidnap my sister. And because I find her level of stupidity hard to swallow, I find the were-cougar’s interest in her equally unfathomable. I find it difficult to believe that any intelligent, self-made businessman (as he is portrayed) would find any interest at all in such a twit.
I was looking forward to a fun, supernatural romance with a spunky heroine and a sexy hero. Anyway, his friend is offering me some little pills. I also find it difficult to believe that all of a sudden, in under a week, these two have fallen madly, inseparably in love.
Hear her cry on the phone night after night while he's in the shower because she's terrified for her life but physically can't leave.
She can't leave because he controls her money, so she has to secretly work over time and squirrel the money away.
I was even prepared to overlook the fact that the heroine is named Bathsheba (although admittedly, I cringed with increasing intensity every time he calls her “Sweet Bathsheba” – actually, I might have thrown up in my mouth a little just then). Maybe I’m just being bratty – tons of other people seem to like this book. But in the meantime, thanks for taking the time to read my long-winded rant of a review.★★★Last month, I started this series out of order.
But I might have managed to enjoy the book, if the heroine was not so excruciatingly idiotic. I wanted to try it out so I picked up the second installment to test out because it was the one with the highest goodreads ratings.
My turn-ons include protecting you from the worst the supernatural world has to offer. If you are wondering why I'm quoting Myles' author blur Author blurb for Jill Myles from the author profile for Jessica Clare: After devouring hundreds of paperback romances, mythology books, and archaeological tomes, she decided to write a few books of her own - stories with a wild adventure, sharp banter, and lots of super-sexy situations.