Human trafficking is a very serious and horrible theme. I want it to be handled realistic and responsible.
I’ve got a love-hate-relationship with this one. I’ve got a special treat for you though!
So let me simply tell you, that there is a very pressing social issue in it. Maybe even more than one – it depends on how define those issues.
I simply devoured this book without noticing how time flew by.
But then. Oh but then. I really loved the dynamic between Tonya and Haley.
Is Emily O’Beirne even capable of writing a book I do not like?
Both Morgan and Val are interesting characters with their own quirks and faults, something which makes this romance very believable.
I don’t know why I thought something with a title having a play at Fifty Shades of Grey could be not as bad as Fifty Shades of Grey.
But you probably want to know why and I’m willing – so very, very willing – to explain why. Although I’ll rather fangirl about it than explain…
There are a lot of socially anxious characters in books, but usually I am very disappointed by those descriptions. Not in this case.