Monday, July 25

Review: Ladies Man

Ladies Man Ladies Man by Katy Evans
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Tahoe was portrayed to be equally manwhorish as Malcom Saint, if not epically more. I mean, the guy set up the Sinner's parties for him, right? He could not be anything other than dirtily wicked.

The tension that was slowly building up between him and Gina in the first two and a half books in the series was too hot to handle. When I started reading this book, I did not know what to do with myself. Or my frustration that these two just could not get together like I want them to. Ugh!

I never expected that Tahoe and Gina's story would have the twist that it did. Too heartbreaking for this series that is known to be not (so much). Too unexpected from the Tahoe that I thought I had gotten to know. And Gina! She gave quite a surprise with being the go-getter girl after having had enough of having a broken heart. Yes, move on, girl! And make your man work for it, too.

Ahhh, but that coming together right at the end? That was so far removed from being manwhorish but still managed to the right spot!

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Review: Ms. Manwhore

Ms. Manwhore Ms. Manwhore by Katy Evans
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

If I wasn't prepared for Boyfriend Malcolm, I certainly I was not prepared for Fiancé Malcolm. This man is just too much for my senses. Trust me. He may be able to give the world to Rachel but he certainly knows how to make her happy even if she wants the simplest of things. These two and their chemistry was too fun to read.

This novella was a great extended a epilogue to their story, not to mention that it was a great segue for the next books in the series. It just makes me clamor for Tahoe and Gina's story while dream about the possibilities of Callan's story. Am I the only one who wishes for just a bit of a read and go deeper into Wynn and Emmett's love story? Surely there's something there. I really hope she would get a book. Oh, hey. I would even settle for a novella. Ahhh!

This series is fast becoming oh-la-la good!

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Friday, July 22

Review: Manwhore +1

Manwhore +1 Manwhore +1 by Katy Evans
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I am giving myself a pat on the back for choosing the right series to start this week. After a hellish kind of workweek, I still managed to smile. All thanks to Malcolm Saint. Ahhh, this man!

After his predictable reaction to what Rachel was really doing at the start of their acquaintance (not yet a full on relationship, okay?), how this book started and picked up from the first one was rather surprising. Quite refreshing, in fact. Because they didn't get back together like the "hiccup" they went through wasn't very important. It was. And this book really did great in showing how they dealt with being back together, that they need to be back together despite their misunderstanding. They worked past all that.

If Manwhore Saint was a hot cutie, I was not prepared with Boyfriend Saint. I was totally unprepared for him. Whew! The fact that he was honest with his feelings right when he was ready to have it all out in the open, was just such a joy to go through.

This read is another example of when boys are better in books than in real life! Enough said.

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Tuesday, July 19

Review: Manwhore

Manwhore Manwhore by Katy Evans
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I have been meaning to start with this series and I have managed to skim through a couple of the books. This week I finally gave in and started this book even if I'm usually not the one to start reading a series that has not been completed yet.

Oh, well. I just couldn't wait to read all about the Saint who isn't.

This book was just so easy to read. I love all the juicy drama and sexual tension. The fact that Malcolm and Rachel was able to establish some sort of relationship (despite all the said tension) was a great touch. Sometimes it's kind of difficult to appreciate the spin of a story when the main characters don't go right at each other but KR was able to expertly put together a sexy base for the rest of the plot. The secondary characters were just as intriguing and I'm already looking forward to reading their own books...because what is justice? Ha!

We all knew what Rachel was doing from the very start so I couldn't help but feel bad for Malcolm knowing that he started only as a story to her. I was forever waiting for the ball to drop and how Saint was going to react. Knowing him as a proud person, it wasn't difficult to guess. And then boom! On to the next book!

Ugh! Don't you just hate it when that happens?! Okay, okay. Off to the next one.

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