Which caused a reaction that looked a little summin’ like this . . .
And also caused me to dig out the O.G. Nook . . . .
I was super stoked to drop a couple of
Sadly it just wasn’t the same. By now I’ve become nearly immune to the occasional shout-out to the “moist folds” or the stupid pet name . . .
However, Toxic kind of lost me altogether. At first I had high hopes that things would go well . . .
“You want me and you want me bad. If you’re too much of a pussy to recognize that, then you’re right, I want nothing to do with you. But, if you’re actually going to step up and be the man I know you are, let me know, because I’m ready to screw your brains out.”
But by the time we got through both Maisy and Rook’s daddy issues AND the fact that this featured not only their storyline, but also that of Grey and Quinn and Willow AND (kinda) Landon and Kaid and Cruz it was just too much AND then there was an eating disorder AND a “what defines cheating” side plot - which almost resulted in a 3-way that would have been splooshtastic, but ended up not delivering at all and also caused my husband to ask me stuff like this . . .
And then the umpteen bazillion break-ups and make-ups and misunderstandings and #ohmygodsomuchdramaandangstandjustmakeitstopbeforeImurdersomeone . . . .
Yeah. This wasn’t the book for me. Good news is, I also bought the first in the “Hotlanta” series to prove I will still gladly drink Meghan Quinn’s delicious porny Kool-Aid in the future. What can I say? They can’t all be winners, but I’m glad I put some cash in this author’s pocket rather than some super douche.
Disclaimer: And NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I don’t know Meghan Quinn/have never interacted with Meghan Quinn, but I would if she asked me because I have a super big girl crush on her : )