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Let me start by saying I LOVE Helena Hunting's 'Pucked' series - or at least 3 of the 4 in that series. The stories developed slowly with rich characters and great scenes that made me laugh or just enjoy the steamy sex. But, just like I couldn't get through 'Pucked Up' (book 2 of that series), I found this book's characters and development equally flat. I kept reading, thinking it would get better, but gave up after reading 80% of the book. I couldn't wait for it to be over or for some profound shift that would make me love these characters but it never came. I think a similarity may be that the female characters in both lack depth. They seem immature and shallow, eventually just annoying me to the point that I just give up on the books. I almost can't believe the same author wrote the Pucked 1, 3 & 4 books as Pucked 2 and this one, The Librarian Principle. The stories have ranged from some of my very favorite stories ever so that I actually re-read within a week, to stories that just fail to grab me and are truly frustrating. Not sure why there's such an inconsistency in the writing, but hope she figures it out and I'm able to enjoy more of Helena Hunting's amazing stories in the future.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
I am very tired of an angst driven romance. In this book there is some but not to the point of gut rot. Secondary characters interesting and the completion of some story lines abrupt but I would recommend this story. Narrator better at most of the male voices and women just nit Analisa's, too high
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Not a fan of 3rd person, but other than that it was a fun, light, easy, sexy read. Ryder was one hell of a book boyfriend, loved him. Liese was likeable, sometimes funny, especially in the beginning with the photoshopping of porn, hilarious. Enjoyable read.
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