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A Little Harmless Fantasy

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

I think this may be the very best thing I've read by this author

I think this may be the very best thing I've read by this author.  Erotic romance – m/m/f  I read this book in one sitting.  I could not put it down.  
Maura Dillion is Conner’s baby sister and the light of his life. She is also a genius geek and all grown up although y...
I think this may be the very best thing I've read by this author.  Erotic romance – m/m/f  I read this book in one sitting.  I could not put it down.  
Maura Dillion is Conner’s baby sister and the light of his life. She is also a genius geek and all grown up although you wouldn't know it from the way he treats her.  Maura is frustrated as she hasn't been in a relationship since she and Zeke (Conner’s best friend and business partner and Maura’s co-worker) stopped seeing each other.  She still loves him but he can’t give her what she needs sexually and now he is back with his first love Rory.
Rory had a near death experience epiphany that made him realize he loved and needed Zeke in his life forever.  Rory realizes Zeke is still somewhat in love with Maura and his confidence is shaky, a new feeling for him.
Zeke should be happy.  Rory is back and says he is staying.  If he leaves again it will tear him up beyond repair.  He still loves Maura and has never felt as bad as he did when he realized he couldn't be all that she needed.  
When Rory finds out why Zeke and Maura broke up he gets an awful wonderful idea.  Conner has them all going to Hawaii for a week to get them out of town while the FBI handles a case that Conner & Zeke's company helped them build against a cartel.  Maura needs a Dom and Rory 

posted by In_My_Humble_OpinionDA on January 16, 2013

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Most Helpful Critical Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Hot, but poorly written

I liked the other books in this series, but was disappointed with this one.

The editing step seems to have been skipped. It is often difficult to tell which character is speaking. In some scenes, continuity is lacking. For example, one of the characters notes that Maur...
I liked the other books in this series, but was disappointed with this one.

The editing step seems to have been skipped. It is often difficult to tell which character is speaking. In some scenes, continuity is lacking. For example, one of the characters notes that Maura has smudges under her eyes while her head is down on the table at the police station.

In spite of all of its flaws, this book is still worth reading.

posted by 663870 on June 20, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2013

    Hot, but poorly written

    I liked the other books in this series, but was disappointed with this one.

    The editing step seems to have been skipped. It is often difficult to tell which character is speaking. In some scenes, continuity is lacking. For example, one of the characters notes that Maura has smudges under her eyes while her head is down on the table at the police station.

    In spite of all of its flaws, this book is still worth reading.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 20, 2013

    Story is fine; desperately needs editing

    This book doesn't really offer anything new in the Harmless series, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. It's hot, unless you don't want to read about a relationship between bisexual men. However, I do usually expect Schroeder's books to be well written and better edited. This one seems to need at least two more drafts before anyone should be paying for it.

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