Crave: The Thorne Boys Book 1


Name: Crave

Author: Serenity Paz

Published: October 8, 2016 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Purchased: I voluntarily read and reviewed a complementary copy of this book.


Blurb: Justice never tasted so sweet…

Genevieve will stop at nothing to expose sexy billionaire bad boy Theodore Thorne III’s alleged corrupt business practices. “Stay away from Teddy.” Her best friend Lucy warns. When his warm lips land butterfly kisses on her neck, her throat, and her two lips…she can’t resist him. “First, sign this NDA.” He says. But it would end her investigation. Will she sign the NDA and drop her investigation when Theodore kisses her in places she’s never been kissed before?

The sexy bad boy billionaire will stop at nothing to stop the recent college grad…including feeding her his manhood. “I’m a virgin,” Genevieve blurts out. He wonders if her belief in love just might seduce him into loving her. If Justice is sweet, then Genevieve’s virginity may taste even sweeter. Will Theodore fall in love?

Review: This just wasn’t a good book. I mean, it’s the authors first book so there’s some leeway but still, the way it was written was just so choppy. Full of fragments and I felt like I could hear a director saying those sentences to an actor to try and get them to portray the character right.

It kind of reads like a play. Example: “Genevieve must get out of there. She feels out of place.” and so on and so forth.

Then there were the characters. I really don’t need or want to hear that he’s hairy, all that does is make me think of a gorilla and then landing on your bottom, whether it’s big or not, cushions nothing when you fall on it.

Also, what kind of school did she graduate from where she thinks it’s okay to print an article based on the info from one source? Why didn’t she interview multiple people at the start like she’s doing now? She also doesn’t seem like she listens very well, asking pretty much the same question twice right after the question is answered.

If you’re going for the romance genre, this may be a good starting place but otherwise, I really wouldn’t recommend this.

Thank you for reading my review.



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