Between 2,5 and 3 starsShock & Awe
left me in a state of a slight shock.
And I mean it not like a sensation. Quite the opposite.
Yeah..all my dear not mm-books, you can give a cheer!
I am MAYBE not totally lost for you. Because it is not enough for me to have more than one penis in a book to make me delighted and perfectly happy.
This book is the conformation of it.
It started very promisingly and I hoped I would like it as many other readers.
But I didn't. It has a very good rating, then let me just say,
that it didn't work for me
, that I was NOT in the mood for the endless sex scenes without any plot
and that I - it was the worst for me
- didn't feel any chemistry between Nick and Kelly.
I could be a picky reader. I could me a moody woman.
I want everything: a good story, great characters, steamy HOT sex and fantastic chemistry between them. And the writing style. I like Cut & Run series. I like the characters. I like it's easiness, I like it's humor, I like it's absence of drama, I ADORE Zane and Ty, I like the chemistry between them, I like the development of their relationship, I like almost everything in it and I like the writing style.
I am not sure about Sidewinder
. Did I like it? Not really. Maybe. Sometimes. But I rolled my eyes definitely more than twice. Kelly
as a character. Hmmmm....He is WHO?! A Marine? Every time I had to remind me Kelly is not she
, Kelly is he
. Kelly's POV...Nick
. He refused to accept Kelly's "proposal" for a long 20% of the book. It is almost awkward.Sex
. More like a handbook on how to turn a straight guy to gay.
I'll take it with me in my next life, because I'm going to be back as a man and as gay.
JUCI!!! You're responsible for an enough quantity of lubricant!!!
I am not sure if I want to read more of this series.
I have actually no interest in Nick and Kelly. And here is my last question:
Why for god sake, dear Mrs. Abigail Roux, you spend your time for something like Shock & Awe instead of working on the next sequel of Cut & Run??????
P.S The length of the novel is not an excuse.
I've read recently a short novel with only 32 pages that gave me so much more than almost 100 pages of Shock & Awe.