Something that I love about Alexa Riley is that you always know what you are going to get:
-Overly possessive alpha male
-Innocent – usually virgin – heroine
-Over the top sweetness
-Over the top SMUT
And I really love that whenever I am in the mood for any of those things I can always count on an AR book to deliver as promised.
I’m not looking for Alexa Riley to write War and Peace, or to “improve,” or to become “more refined,” as they start to write more and more books.
All they’ve ever promised is simple, over the top alpha smut – they even put disclaimers on their books SAYING they are overly sweet and ridiculously sappy, for fucks sake- so anyone dinging their stuff for “not getting better” or “showing no improvement” is crazy in my book.
That’s like asking a radio station to play Bach when they’ve made it clear that they only play rock and roll.
There really is something to be said for consistency in the sense that sometimes, you just REALLY want a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
And Alexa Riley brings that fucking sandwich like no one else.
I really liked this book and it was different than their others in the sense that, in this case, both characters were in high school.
That said, this WAS super sticky sweet and things moved pretty fast – but like I said, that’s what I love about AR when I’m in the mood for it and that’s why I continue to read it.
For FUN. SMUT.