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The Fetish Box, Part Three: What Remains

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 15, 2013

    You got me hooked

    While the suspense was great, it did leave me a little disappointed. Great book overall, and am curious to see if our favorite Irish bartender gets his HEA?

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 1, 2013

    VOL 3: The last component is more sensual Less than 100 pages to

    VOL 3: The last component is more sensual
    Less than 100 pages to finish this last part ... Grrrr! I camped on my previous positions, if you want to read this series, take and order the three volumes at the same time because it is one story cut into pieces.

    I honestly think that my pleasure would have been nicer if I did not have to wait between outings. These cuts require the reader to search and juggle for forgotten details while the story should flow.

    If I take the whole story into consideration, it improves over the volumes. The last component is more sensual. As if Mary had finally embraced her femininity and was not afraid to play with. So, this is the volume with the most erotic scenes but the text remains fairly chaste.

    It's sad that the suspense surrounding the threats addressed to Mary was not accentued deeper to really shake the reader. This would have given an extra dimension to this story.

    As for me, I am definitively not a fan of a divided tale even if the second volume was and still is my favorite.

    Lucie
    newbooksonmyselves.blogspot.fr

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 7, 2013

    very goood

    Definitely recommend and would definitely read again

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