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By Beccaboo on 04-19-15
Ridiculously comical - maybe not on purpose
Soooo.... this is a joke, right? Is this satire? Farce? Is the author actually making fun of romance novels? Something tells me this is a romance novel version of The Room.
I'm going to type spoilers because you don't want this book anyway.
Leading lady is a banker who says the combination to the bank vault and poof! She's in an alternative version of New York. Where there are dragons. She gets arrested, and in her fumbling attempt to lie, makes up a large, detective boyfriend names Rolando Feathers. At this point I knew something was off.
She gets thrown into the "dungeon," which is what they jokingly call a gigantic sweet in this dragon hotel/business building. After a day or two of not talking, the dragon hero guy confesses he's in love with her.
Then he spanks her for being naughty and she begs him to do dirty things to her again the wall. Now they are in love. IN LOVE. At this point I thought it was going to be a farce. Like one of those, "oops I slipped and landed on your manhood" kind of farces.
The writer has no other word for a guys bits but "rod" and the lady's business is always referred to as "velvety folds" or something like that.
About half way through I realized I was dealing with something that wasn't intentionally funny. Just as he was about to send her back through the alternative wall-thing to save her from the bad guys who were about to come through the alternative wall-thing, and he would maybe never see her again just to save her live (because he loves her just so much) I had to call it quits. So I have no idea how this ends nor do I want to know.
Bad. Bad bad. 1 star bad. The narrator was actually decent tho - poor woman had to read this drivel. I gave her 3 stars.
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