I was trying to read from my TBR this week and opened up From Scratch by Katrina Jackson. Apparently, I bought this back in April but have zero recollection why. The blurb mentions the heroine moving to a new town and falling in lust with the sheriff and fire chief. And that is pretty much exactly what happens. Once I realized it was one woman with two men, I needed to keep reading to see if it was M/F/M or M/M/F. For those interested, it was M/M/F.
I found the development of the characters to be lacking, some of the dialogue to be disjointed, and the conflict was ridiculous. The on-page sex was pretty hot, but also would weirdly just stop. I don’t really know how to explain it. The author kept using the word “freaky” to describe the heroine and I couldn’t decide if it was in a positive or negative way.
It was a super short read, less than 2 hours. I think if it had a way stronger editing it would have allowed for better character development and would have flowed better.
That’s all for this edition of #kinisfridaykisses. But later today I will be posting a long review (aka a love letter to Wendy, the heroine) of It Takes Two by Jenny Holiday.