“Logan Belle‘s Miss Chatterley, a modern re-take on a classic that stands on its own, takes on that elusive, forbidden subject of cheating—without skirting the issue, without excusing or exploiting it, but running with it. Miss Chatterley fully explores and examines what can lead a heroine we root for to do what she does. And it does so not only with care and aplomb, but with such deftness we can’t help but be fascinated as it unfolds and breathless for the final outcome.”
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The end of this installment was so shocking I actually gasped out loud. No seriously. I really did. It was AWESOME in a totally fantastic, pot-boiling-over, OMGWHATISHEGONNADO!OMG!OMG! kind of way.
I haven’t had this much fun reading a series in a long, long time.
“Logan Belle brought something new to the table, which appealed to me. The setting of this book being New York, where anything can happen, and a library environment was unique and truly came to life in the book. The setting was so much a part of this story it was almost a character. And then there’s the old time glamour and charm by incorporating Bettie Page and the symbolism of her pictures and influence. I find that these two elements set the story apart. Of course it helps that I love photography and love when an erotic book incorporates tasteful photography as part of the storyline. And sex in the library helps too.”
Gin Lover s #4 Review from Misadventures of SuperLibrarian:
“Things really heat up with this installment, with the bread-crumb trail the author has laid out starting to bear fruit. Things end on a OK I Knew It Was Coming But Still, Oh No She Didn’t! note, that will have readers sucked into the soapy shenanigans chomping at the bit for the next entry in the series. Still hooked, still cannot stop reading, cannot wait to see how the author wraps it all up with just two installments left.”
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Review of The Gin Loves #4 from Under the Covers:
“If this serial had been published as a full length book to begin with, this is where I would scream “Now we are talking!“. Why? Because everything is coming to a head, all the different strands of individual plots are entangled and have now created a perfect storm and chaos.”
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“This serial isn’t a romance so much as it is a good, old-fashioned, potboiler. Yes, there is sex, but I’m hard pressed to even consider this genre fiction even using the broadest definition. No, it truly is a soap opera, just on paper and not being projected on any sort of screen.”
“Not only is it my first NOOKbook choice, but it’s set in the Roaring Twenties and is just a little bit amazing.”