Saturday, March 28, 2015

REVIEW -- Cocky, Stepbrother Dearest

Cocky, Stepbrother Dearest:
A Billionaire Stepbrother Unexpected Romance:


It’s so wrong, how can it feel so right?

He’s rude, arrogant and cocky. Penelope knows that she shouldn’t feel about him the way that she does, especially as he was about to become her stepbrother. When he shares his deepest, darkest secret in her bedroom, feelings stir within her, feelings that she knows she must resist.

He has all the girls. No matter badly he treats them, they line up, or lay down and spread out, and they beg him for more. The things he does to those girls, and the way that it makes Penelope feel, she realizes that she wants him to do all of those things and more. To her.

After he leaves home she never expects to hear from him again. On a beach, by chance, on the worst of her bad days, Penelope comes face to face with an arrogant billionaire. All of the feelings she kept hidden for all of those years rise to the brim and spill out. When he speaks of his own feelings, the words can’t be unsaid and there can be no going back.

I guess I'm used to the extremely sexual writing style of authors like Nicole Snow and Michelle A. Valentine, because this book was a disappointment for me.

Typical cliche of a book, stepbrother leaves home at legal age, ignores family, becomes rich, meets up with little stepsister by chance and has his way with her.

The sex was bland and felt rushed. It did little for the imagination.

I don't think I'd recommend this book unless the person was a fan of Ms. Harden's work before hand.

This book is available on Amazon for $2.99 or for free with Kindle Unlimited.

Very bland, very vanilla. Perfect if you're just starting to dabble in the 'Erotica' genre. Seasoned vets will want to skip this.
STARS: 3/5
WOULD RECOMMEND: Only if the person was a fan of Ms. Harden's work before hand.

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