Fast read, very entertaining. I liked the main character, she felt very relatable to me. The love interest was a little dreamy, and the sex scene flowed really well. The sex could have been a little more risky for what was going on, but for a first book, it's pretty good. I even liked the writing when it wasn't about sex. It was enough to keep me interested. 4.5
Wonderful writing, and a sympathetic and relatable main character. I really liked Grace and her concerns, and I liked Hazel as well. The sex was hot and it just flowed really well, drawing me into the story.
Decent writing, cool idea, I think the author knows what she's talking about in terms of cave exploring and stuff. The main character annoyed me, antagonizing the cave people like an idiot. The ending was pretty bad, grammatically and how abruptly it ended. 2.5
Good writing, I like the main character and sympathize with her. The love interest is hot, and the sex was awesome. I felt like I was there watching, as weird as that sounds. There's a tiny bit of actual non sex related plot towards the end, so I'm excited to see where it goes.
Great writing, one instance where "Anna" becomes "Brooke", but otherwise well edited. I liked the main character, and felt her conflicting emotions. The sex was expertly written, and left me wanting the next book.
Very creative, and good story-telling and writing. It ended in a random, sudden spot, but it's obviously leading up to the next book in the series. The heroine is fun to read about and the hero sounded really hot.
More like a 3.5 star book, but I was pleasantly surprised by the portrayal of the main character. Her thoughts and insecurities were more well written than any of the author's other characters, and the premise of the story was new and intriguing. However, the pace was too fast and it should have been fleshed out more.
Absolutely disgusting and horrific. Poorly written story, poorly written character, poorly written conflict, and poorly written dominance. Heroine is raped and enjoys it, and her husband is beheaded and her baby left for dead. I would imagine most readers of erotica are moms, which means a lot of her readers are probably extremely turned off by this, as I was. Terrible. Absolutely terrible.
Some of her best writing yet, but I dislike the harming or abandoning of babies. Why would you include something like that in a book that's supposed to be sexy? All I could think about was that poor baby.
Hard to believe that an author could plagiarize their own work, but this one did. The exact same story as the other Viking story she wrote, complete with pretty much the same rape and same dominating and non-titillating relationship.
The plot was interesting and exciting, and I liked the cave exploring sequence, but this author clearly has something against babies and continues to kill, abandon, or harm them in some way. It's sickening. Whether you have children or not, it will definitely bother you.