I will read anything I can get my hands on. Seriously.
Most books I read are reviewed for Harlequin Junkie, but I'll have an occasional independent or author requested review that I'll post.
With twists and turns every step of the way, Didn’t I Warn You was as seductive as it was mysterious. I fell completely under Haithem and Angelina’s spell from the very beginning and stayed there through the entirety of their story.
“Didn’t I warn you, Angel,” he says, and his thumb moves up to my chin, “that it’s not a good idea to love me?”
What a fun and sexy time this book was! Written in the first person and shifting from Angelina to Haithem’s POV, I loved how intimate and personal these character’s stories became. I really felt like I got to (eventually) know who they were and where they were coming from, as well as what happened in their past that made them who they were currently. I thought Bardan did a nice job in how the personal details were doled out through the story, each tidbit adding to the plot and cluing us readers in on Angelina and Haithem’s lives. It worked really well with this type of erotic-slash-suspenseful storyline.