Lucinda Betts: The Bet
Very hot, and very sensual, but despite it’s novella-length, she does actually leave me satisfied that Zoe and Phillip are meant to be together. That is really rare for me. And their banter sure is fun!
I’ll be keeping an eye out for her.
Bonnie Edwards: Slow Hand
I’ve had problems connecting with her characters before. Same thing again, and I think it’s simply that her writing doesn’t work for me.
Sasha White: The Crib
Alexis reminds me of Annabel from Alison Kent’s gIRL-gEAR books–I’ve just read it, before writing this review. And that’s a very good thing in my book.
Sasha’s writing style is almost raw, and it suits Alexis’s voice perfectly. I don’t tend to like reading sex scenes in first person, but this time, it works for me.
My quibble is that I don’t think the plot worked very well. I felt it suffered Novella-itis, which is when the author had to cut and cut and cut some more in order to keep it a novella.
And since she tells me she reads my blog, Sasha, are we going to get another Alexis book?
I liked this antho, but I’d honestly suggest getting the authors single titles instead. You’d probably get better value for your money.
FYI, Sasha sent me this book.