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Knight's Woman

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  • Posted July 3, 2012

    Where to start? I guess I should start by saying I liked this b

    Where to start?

    I guess I should start by saying I liked this book. There are people I will recommend it to. It's not a bad book. It isn't poorly written. It's not something I threw at the wall. It's just... MEH.

    The book starts with a great hook. The opening is fast-paced with just enough edge that I wanted to read more. But there are some issues after that.

    1) The White Knight turns out to be a cheating low-life. Seriously, he spent 75% of the book juggling his long-time girlfriend against the new hottie. (Spoiler Alert: The new hottie wins and the other girl never knows her boyfriend is cheating until the dump scene)

    2) Every single romance trope is here. Every single one. Wounded female whose tough on the outside but just needs a mans touch to soften up? Check! Straight-laced guy who really just wants hot sex? Check! Communication skills of a three-year-old because otherwise there would be no plot? Check! Page 200 Fight over a dumb misunderstanding? Check, check checkkity check check! It's all there.

    3) "Two hot pilots meet, argue, and have sex." This describes about 50% of the romance/SFR genre and the author brings nothing new to the table. Even the world-building was sub-par.

    On the other hand... it's a fun beach read, fans of romance will enjoy the book, and people who haven't read SFR widely will find this sparkly and new. It has some cute moments and is worth the couple of bucks it costs.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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