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I read the author bio for Jessica Sims which says some shit about owning cats and playing games.
What it doesn't say is that Jessica Sims in a nom de plume for Jill Myles and so is Jessica Clare. I'd already read Gentlemen Prefer Succubi, and disliked this author's writing intensely.
If you are wondering why I'm quoting Myles' author blurb and why it exists on Jessica Clare's author profile and why it's applicable to a Jessica Sims' book then congratulations - it worked.
It worked because for some reason I purchased this book and you might have too.
Live those three months with the knowledge that ONE WRONG SLIP and he'll track her down and beat the shit out of her, kill her or worse - force her back to him.
Something forgotten at home meaning an early return, a call to work where a careless coworker reveals she didn't come in, him accidentally stumbling on a clue to her plans beforehand.
We’re working at the only supernatural dating agency in town. There’s a really hot were-cougar who is completely into me – and by into me, I mean he wants to have lots and lots of sex with me. You know, because throughout all of my sister-protecting duties, I haven’t had time to have sex with anybody. I could tell there was a backstory I was missing out on but it wasn't too bad. Beauty Dates the Beast is the first installment in Jessica Sims's adult, urban fantasy series titled: .
I’ve sworn to protect her and hide her secret so that the other, evil and abusive werewolves don’t get to her so, of course, working at a dating agency where all sorts of supernaturals and were-creatures are constantly passing through is a totally brilliant idea. It earned a shiny four stars from me and I knew it was a series I wanted to continue. Midnight Liaisons is the name of a paranormal dating service (matchmaking not escort) that brings together all kinds of romance-seeking members of the supernatural community. However, awkward circumstances bring together our werecougar hero and very human heroine.
I have committed myself to protecting and looking after my dear little sister Sara... I promised myself I would always look after her, but a girl’s gotta eat, you know? And since Walmart wasn’t hiring, I decided to go with the next best thing. It earned a shiny four stars from me and I knew it was a series I wanted to continue. I wanted to try it out so I picked up the second installment to test out because it was the one with the highest goodreads ratings.
I was even prepared to overlook the fact that the heroine is named Bathsheba (although admittedly, I cringed with increasing intensity every time he calls her “Sweet Bathsheba” – actually, I might have thrown up in my mouth a little just then). After all, she’s got that big beefy friend of his looking after her.
But I might have managed to enjoy the book, if the heroine was not so excruciatingly idiotic. And so he can have lots and lots of hot sex with me. And I would totally trust the guy who drugged me with my sister’s safety, so we’re all good. ”Ok, so that’s about all I’ve got, but suffice it to say that Bathsheba continues on in this vein, falling into icy rivers to retrieve blankets and rushing idiotically into danger without letting anyone know where she’s gone (or even confirming that the person she’s gone to save is, in fact, in danger).
I was even prepared to overlook the fact that the heroine is named Bathsheba (although admittedly, I cringed with increasing intensity every time he calls her “Sweet Bathsheba” – actually, I might have thrown up in my mouth a little just then). Maybe I’m just being bratty – tons of other people seem to like this book. But in the meantime, thanks for taking the time to read my long-winded rant of a review.★★★Last month, I started this series out of order.
But I might have managed to enjoy the book, if the heroine was not so excruciatingly idiotic. I wanted to try it out so I picked up the second installment to test out because it was the one with the highest goodreads ratings.
Allow me to start out by saying that I was prepared to like this book. you know, the huge, intimidating beefy guy who won’t say two words to me? Ok, so it turns out that the were-cougar has drugged me and kidnapped me. Oh, and he’s had his big, beefy friend kidnap my sister. And because I find her level of stupidity hard to swallow, I find the were-cougar’s interest in her equally unfathomable. I find it difficult to believe that any intelligent, self-made businessman (as he is portrayed) would find any interest at all in such a twit.