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Smashwords book reviews by Paty

  • Holding On on Jan. 17, 2012

    I absolutely loved this story and highly recommend it to anyone who loves m/m romances. It is a wonderful love story with just the right amount of kink. I don't think I've ever met a more kind and caring Dom. Gun is absolutely the sweetest most loving Dom and just who David needed. As for David you just want to hug him tight and give him all the love in the world.
  • Out of the Dungeon on Jan. 17, 2013

    Updated review after reading the revised edition..... Ms. Johnson has done a wonderful job revising "Out of the Dungeon". She's managed to stay true to the original storyline and characters and yet at the same time she's given us more insight into Roman. I highly recommend that anyone who loved "Above the Dungeon" but wasn't too enamored with Roman in the original "Out of the Dungeon" read this new revised edition. It is fabulous! Roman no longer comes across as such an ass. I can't wait until Book three is released! Original Review: This was nothing like I'd expected and honestly the way it ended left me thinking WTF?! Can't say more without spoiling it completely so I won't but I seriously this was a total contradiction to things that Roman said. He's a selfish ass!
  • Untouchable on April 25, 2015
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    I received a free copy of Untouchable from the author through the GoodReads, M/M Romance Group's, Don't Buy My Love project, in exchange for a fair and honest review. This sci-fi, gay romance book is different than most others that I read. Due to the fact that it is not first and foremost a romance nor does it have just one romance. Honestly I'd have to categorize it as a space opera. While I personally did not like the time jumps nor the lightening quick POV changes I did on the whole find this to be a well written book. The world building was thorough enough that I was able to picture it and find it believable as were the plot and characters. Though I did find myself having to suspend belief a few times at some of the characters actions and I must say that I find it sad that homophobia are still alive and well even in this far off time. Though of course we do find that some are not as untouchable as they would believe.