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too Hot, no Plot,
By A Customer
This review is from: Wicked (St. John) (Mass Market Paperback)
This book should not be classified as a romance, If there was a romantic plot I wasn't able to detect it. This novel should be classified as an adult book, with it's explicit language and crude situations. This books setting was supposed to be set in the 1800's, yet the only way you could tell that is the fact that the females wore long flowing gowns and went to tailors. Nothing else in this novel could show that this was a historical romance. The characters were un-believable. The female, Sarina, was rather easy, weak and pathetic. She seemed to whine the whole way through the entire novel, or giving it up without a fight. The man, Beau, was domeneering and annoying. And a male pig. There was no chemistry between them unless it was in the bed room. and there it seemed to crude and vulger. The relationship was too weak to believe. This book was by far the worst romance novel(if you could call it that) that I have ever read in my entire life. If you want to read a good romance, with a good plot, and believable characters, try Susan ELizabeth Phillips or Linda Howard, not Susan Johnson. This book was not worth the money that I paid for it. Save your money, you could buy a book just like this at an adult fantasy store for 1.25$.