I was nominated by Deanna @ a novel glimpse for this super fun Book Fangirling Blog Award. The award was created over at Book Fangirling. I don’t try to hide that I am an avid fangirl of many things. The Rules: Create a post to accept your award….
So I guess what I am trying to say, is that if you aren’t into erotica where the woman wants to be used and abused, stay far away from this one.
Once the action started, the novella went quickly. I didn’t realize I was close to the end until it was over. The story was not lacking, but I wanted more. The erotica scenes were pretty tasteful considering the nature of the couple (lots of biting). If you have a problem with a random hook up between strangers, then this is definitely not the story for you.
This one threw me. I wasn’t expecting magic in a historical romance novel. There wasn’t an explanation for it either. There was no background information for why magic existed or why those who had magic had it. While it wasn’t necessary to enjoy the story, I would have enjoyed the explanation. The only issue I did have with it is that I felt that the author
Ho boy, this was a tasty little treat. But being stranded is one of my favorite tropes. You show me any novel where the main couple is forced together, especially in a cabin during a snowstorm, and I will read it. The stepsibling part could have been off-putting, but the couple did not grow up as siblings (and technically aren’t even siblings at the beginning of the story) so it wasn’t weird, creepy, or incestuous.