Sina Sena


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Smashwords book reviews by Sina Sena

  • Creed on Oct. 20, 2012

    I did not care for this book that much, which is sad to say because I love this author. I really did not like Sylvie at all, I felt like she was to "hard". To me it felt like there was something missing between Creed and Sylvie, not sure what it was, but did not really feel a "i can't live without you" connection. It is still a good book, and if you love Kristen its worth it to read. Just not one of my top 10!
  • The Golden Dynasty on Oct. 20, 2012

    I was not going to read this book, but OMG!! I am glad that I did! Shoot, I want to wake up in a strange place, with a super hot, alpha male as my husband....yes, yes, yes! This book was amazing, characters hot, hot, hot! Great "dirty" scenes, and lots of action. Would recommend! (I agree with the other reviewer that there are elements of 2 characters from Game of Thrones in this book, Daenarys and Drogo. But the story of how they come together is different. And besides who doesn't like the fantasy of a beautiful woman, taken captive by a hot, warlord, savage:)
  • With Everything I Am on Nov. 25, 2012
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    I have to say this was the BEST BOOK EVER!!! I love Callum and Sonia....good god they were hot together. When Callum claims her...just let me say I read that part over and over and over again. Shoot, I would let him boss me around any day of the week! Way to go KA....keep them coming!!
  • With Everything I Am on Nov. 25, 2012

    Forgot to rate it.....if I could give it 5++++++++ stars I would! Buy this book...I am reading it for the second time, and then there will be a third and a fourth, and on and on and on!
  • Raid on March 01, 2013

    Another success! I have loved every book by Kristen Ashley. I bought this and devoured it in 4 hours, and then started it a second time. My only problem is I wanted it to go on longer!!! This is not a spoiler, but at the end Kristen talks about how women tend to get down on themselves about their body. This is so true, and so sad. I just wanted to comment on what she wrote, because it rings true to so many of us. What I love about Kristens books is that the women in her books are like most of us. Self conscience about our hips, or belly, or stretch marks, or whatever. We are so worried about fitting into a mold of what we think men want, that we lose sight of the fact that most men are just glad we showed up! Men look at women, just iike women look at men. Some of us like tall men, others short and stocky, some with long hair, some with none. It is all preference. My thought is, find a man who is attracted to what you are, not what you think he wants. I feel sexier at a size 10, than I did at a size 4...and I know my husband likes there is more to grab on to! So all you beautiful women out there, embrace yourselves! And Kristen, keep up the fabulous way you write, it is always a joy to dive into your world!