When The Siren Calls

14 Mar

Someone called this “the thinking person’s 50 Shades”  Um…no.  This is a purported romance, in which you don’t really like either the heroine, who is so naive and then worried that she is unpleasant, and a love interest who alternates between charm and real estate fraud.  There isn’t much in the way of erotic interest or sex – the author seems to be judging the woman who is having an affair, and I ultimately found myself just wanting the whole book to be done. Imagine my unhappiness to discover there is a contemplated sequel. I didn’t really like a single character in the book, didn’t get invested in anything other than enjoying learning about international time share fraud…


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