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How Lovely Your Banches
Kara Ashley Dey
Recluse, Katie Crowe, has observed the world from a window in her father’s loveless house. With the death of her father and the departure of her only friend, Katie sees no point in venturing out. Then a new neighbor and his three female companions take up residence across the road in the very house her friend had vacated four months ago. Gabe’s eyes hold a promise to Katie when she gazes into them–a way out of her lonely prison, if she could but step beyond her threshold. Something holds her back: Though the past and its people seem far from her now, the trees still know her haunting secret.
OK… so… um… I never use GIFs to explain my reactions to a book, but I really don’t know what to say. I am down with paranormal and I am down with sexy reads, but this was… well…
It started OK. Interesting in fact. The author did a pretty good job roping us in and making us interested in the heroine. Then she saw… hero? I guess that’s the right word. Righter than others, I guess. He was in the street with three women doing…
And apparently our heroine, who seemed nice enough in the beginning, decided that she liked what she saw. She was a sucker for our hero (no pun intended… er… whatever.)
In summary, I have no idea what the last 102 pages were all about. If you are looking for a quick bout of mommy-porn, this is your book. If you are looking to read a nice Christmas novella, (which is how it was presented to me,) then you will find yourself saying:
1 star, because I am still confused. Many, many shots of tequila, because I think it will help with the confusion.