Jenn ReadsBooks

Jenn ReadsBooks' favorite authors on Smashwords

Chara Croft
Latest book: In Daddy's Care.
Published February 16, 2024. (4.33 from 3 reviews)
Crea Reitan
Latest book: Haidee.
Published June 2, 2024.
Raquel Riley
Latest book: Sins of My Father.
Published May 18, 2023. (4.79 from 38 reviews)

Smashwords book reviews by Jenn ReadsBooks

  • Son of a Sinner on March 05, 2023

    After receiving a complimentary copy of this book for review purposes, I flew through it in less than 2 hours. I don’t usually go for the taboo books, but loving Raquel’s other works, I knew I needed to give this a read. I was not disappointed. Penn and Wild are beautiful together and you don’t feel uncomfortable with their relationship at any point. The building of their connection wasn’t rushed and you find yourself rooting for them, wanting them to be happy together regardless of how weird it might look or feel to others. I can’t wait for the second part!! Please note that it does end on a cliffhanger, so if you’re not into that, wait til the second book comes out and read them together!
  • Sins of My Father on May 20, 2023

    Raquel, Raquel, Raquel. She warned us that this would be dirty – and dirty it was. Kinky, spicy and sexy beyond all reason. Incredibly taboo storyline of a biological father and son aside – and what a mindf*ck that was for Penn, taking weeks to get through his guilt and overwhelming emotions – we’ve been brought the conclusion to what turns out to be a beautiful love story of 2 people who shouldn’t be together, like literally, but work together so perfectly that you’re able to forget that their relationship is illegal, frowned upon and very, very wrong. The scenes where Penn and Wild play into their D/s dynamic and it makes for some very hot moments. After graduating high school and taking a few introductory college courses, the men decide to move across the country, to a town well-researched by Wild, to be somewhere nobody knows them. Somewhere they can be open with their relationship, be Penn & Wild instead of foster parent and foster child. The couple wind up moving next door to another same-sex couple, a sweet, golden retriever jock and his former coach. Their age-gap romance and marriage gives Penn & Wild both comfort and jealousy. They want what their new friends have but know they can never have it. When Penn accidentally blows their cover, Wild is convinced that he no longer has a friend his age and that they no longer have another couple to spend time with. Can Penn fix his mistake? Will he and Wild find a way to be married – in their hearts, since they cannot do so legally? I received a complimentary copy of this book and, as always, my review is honest and unpaid.