Smokin' hot fantasy. Would like to be fully human but part cat? Marred, as so many ar, by bad proofing (grammar, spelling.
Celeste, "alright" is not a word, it is always "all right".
"already" is a word, meaning done, history.
"all ready" means everyone prepared.
Also, I think that other word is spelled "douche".
Poor Brittany! one little misadventure with Beauregard, and she's on on a fast slide dowwn, into -- everything.
Raunchy and explicit; a great read (if you like it over the top)! Very well written. Get the sequel at the same time.
Bad grammar destroys the mediocre writing.
"as they peaked above the dress..."
"to test her knew plot tonight, she..."
"she'd right down every moment."
Even the title is off. I expected to read about powerful secretions...
Marisol, take some English courses, or fire your proof reader.
Romantic and sexy. I loved it.
Confused, though -- is this written for men or for women?
-- Women are getting most of the orgasms, but protagonist is male.
Warning: Male protagonist builds a "harem" - might offend some.
Just awful. Erotic, but the really bad writing and bad grammar makes it too difficult to read. Additionally, the use of language is childish -- "shitter" is not an erotic name for that part of the anatomy. Any plot that exists is ruined by internal timing conflicts and other faults. I added this author to my "never read again" list.
Other than that, ...
Great Read, and very HOT. characters have personality, actions make sense, and situations are "realistic enough".
Really good writing style, and not full of the errors caused by sloppy proofing.
I'm going back for more by this author -- probably a lot more.
A totally frustrating read.
Primary, the formatting of the text is really awful, either because this is the author's first try, or is it the publisher's fault.
Second, author's knowledge of anatomy (human or other) is lacking.
Last, the author uses words that make no sense in context, and are not close enough to a word that makes sense for it to be a spell-check mismatch.
Prior book by this publisher was good. Publisher needs to be more concerned with its own reputation.
The publisher may have some good authors, but this one, Diane Frost, is two for two on the never again list.
I bought the second by this author before reading the first, after reading one good one by this publisher.
Time for a new pen-name, Diane, and some good advice on editing an eBook.
Wow, better than the first! Really well written, and well-developed, though implausible, characters. But implausible isn't new to erotic romance, nor to fiction in general.
This is hot stuff, but if you like the genre, then a definite "Yes".
Wow! Consistently high quality, all four books in the series.
This is a very raunchy book; read it for that.
But it's more than that. The characters are all well developed (pun not intended, but true), and all people I'd (you'd) like to spend time with. Written effectively in the first person, we follow the emotional growth of the narrator. Situations are a little staged, but all fiction is like that.
Might have been decent writing, were it not for the absolutely terrible editing.
This appears to have been scanned from a paper source dating from the Ford administration. Some of the words just make no sense in the sentence. Run screaming from this.
JJ writes well! This is one of the author's better works.
If you're into light bondage (not my thing usually, but...), then by all means, jump in. The heroine is likable, the protagonist (emphasis on "agonist" admirable) and the sex hot. Hard to believe a woman could orgasm that much.
Nice little story, The "heroine" is sweet and loving, and seems to love being raunchy.
But, Candice, a nock is the piece on an arrow that the bowstring goes into. A knock is the sound of nuckles (sic) tapping on a door, table, or such.