Cuffs, Georgie Tyler
Cuffs, Georgie Tyler
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
Genre: Romance, Erotica
Well, this is one of those bad choices on my part. To be fair I couldn’t find any info around to help me choose, and if I’d known it was so short – just 1710 kindle locations – then I’d have passed. But I didn’t, so read it and just couldn’t get into it. despite its brevity I skim read second half as I fond it hard going.
I love a sexy romance that’s got an element of suspense, and that’s what I expected here and to a degree that’s what it is but….I found it impossible that a professional such as Alex would act this way, make such a basic mistake, not only in what he did with her for the two days, but the stupid error in then believing her when she says….well, you’ll see when you come to it.
I can’t take to insta love when she’s just seen a murder which Alex was involved with, and both Alex and Lacey just didn’t feel real to me, neither in their characters, or their actions. Would you get hot and heavy with a guy who’s gorgeous but you’ve literally just seen taking part in a backstreet vicious murder? Or more realistically would you be scared to death and thinking of anything but sex? We don’t know much about them as people, as there simply isn’t space to tell us, so we’re dropped straight in and need to pick it up from there. I just couldn’t see any reality here, it was just too simplistic, too stereotyped. If you don’t mind stories that stretch credulity to its extreme then you may enjoy it but for me it just didn’t work.
I’ve really enjoyed works from all three authors mentioned, and that was one of the things that hooked me to this story. I just can’t find anything in common with this book and their works though. Kylie Scott is one of my favourite romance authors and her main series is a four part rock band romance, all full length stories, with two zombie novels comprising the rest – none of which seem to be in any way similar to this.
Stars:Two, sorry a pass from me. As ever this is just my personal view and of course others will feel very differently.
ARC supplied by Netgalley and publishers