krichie

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Smashwords book reviews by krichie

  • The Train Ride on June 27, 2011

    A sexy short (13 pages) read about a very freaky train ride that makes you chuckle at the end.
  • Not This Time on Oct. 30, 2011

    Wow this was a small wicked taste of pure hotness. I love when a story gets down to business right away and that's exactly what happened here. We all knew Veronique was a spitfire from her appearances in the previous books, so her actions with Frank were not shocking at all, I just wish there was more of it! These two have some hot sex scenes, and even though they never said you could tell the really loved each other. This is a must read, and also read the previous books in the series.
  • Not This Time on Oct. 30, 2011

    Wow this was a small wicked taste of pure hotness. I love when a story gets down to business right away and that's exactly what happened here. We all knew Veronique was a spitfire from her appearances in the previous books, so her actions with Frank were not shocking at all, I just wish there was more of it! These two have some hot sex scenes, and even though they never said you could tell the really loved each other. This is a must read, and also read the previous books in the series.
  • Love Like This - Black Family Series on March 17, 2012

    3.5 Stars I enjoyed this read, but it won't be everyone's cup of tea because of the racial assumptions, and incest that goes on in the book, but the love story between Ethan and Nicole was solid, although a bit awkward to begin with. They had a somewhat grimey start, but it really developed into something really special. Nicole's relationship with her Nana was extremely heartfelt, it really added a level of compassion to the book. Overall I liked the read and would recommend it.
  • Love Like This - Black Family Series on March 17, 2012

    3.5 Stars I enjoyed this read, but it won't be everyone's cup of tea because of the racial assumptions, and incest that goes on in the book, but the love story between Ethan and Nicole was solid, although a bit awkward to begin with. They had a somewhat grimey start, but it really developed into something really special. Nicole's relationship with her Nana was extremely heartfelt, it really added a level of compassion to the book. Overall I liked the read and would recommend it.
  • Dirty Laundry on Aug. 24, 2012

    I really enjoyed this book. At first I thought it was going to be a woe as me plight of the black woman dating kind of book, but it really turned out to be something different and good. All of these women had the same bottom line issue, but all of their situations were totally different, and really relate-able. This book had a lot of drama, bad relationships, good relationships, hurt, and a wold of pain. But these woman came through it all. I would have like to see Travis and Layla's storyline wrapped up a bit better, we are left hanging there. Also what was Skye's outcome, and what happens to Chantal? It looks like there is the making of a sequel here which I would gladly read.