Rating: Five Stars – If you’re into historical romance, then this book is for you. Period. It’s been a long, long time since I’ve found a book that I can’t wait to get back to. Someone to Love was exactly that book. The characterizations for Avery and Anna were deep, well drawn, and produced a romance that was both inevitable and satisfying.
I’m intentionally not leaving a rating this time because I don’t think I’m the right audience for it. I didn’t finish it, but others will probably love it. It turns out I am REALLY not into bully romances. Just, not at all. All the crap that the MC goes through in early chapters at the hands of the other fairies was so upsetting I just… ugh. I don’t read books to feel like that.
Rating: DNF – I was willing to put up with the mediocre writing, because the smut seemed promising. Unfortunately, I didn’t make it to the steamy scenes hinted at in early chapters, because it turns out Lord Caire is a magnificent asshole.
I have to admit, I was really torn when it came to rating this one. On one hand, the characters and the paranormal aspect of the plot were fantastic. Just loved it. I was strongly tempted to give this book three stars. But at the end of the day, I genuinely want to read the next book. I want to know what happens next! So despite the many technical failings, I have to be honest. It’s a four star book that simply lacks polish.
Rating: Four Stars – A perfect fit for soap opera lovers, Hawk’s Heart is full of enough twists and turns to give a reader whiplash — but in a good way. Hawk’s Heart is about a woman named Sarah and her struggle to sort out all the men in her life. So if you’re a fan of romance, love triangles, paparazzi, and emotional roller coasters, then this is the book for you.