November 27, 2016 Swan Creates 0 Comments

I was completely and utterly blown away by this book. But not in a good way. This might be the meanest review I have ever written because I'm going to be brutally honest.

Enticing Emma felt like a book that the author wrote with having no prior knowledge of how to write an erotica book.

The story drops you into a sex scene between Emma and Tucker. It was their third date and Emma finally said yes to sex.  After the deed was done, Emma coldly told Tucker to leave and he did.

That's what had me confuse. I felt as if I was dropped in the middle of the book and had to run to keep what with a story where the main parts of the story were already told and I missed it.  

She likes Tucker even though she has something against handsome men, Emma showed no remorse or hesitation in kicking Tucker out.

The story continues and I was left confused on how they met, and what about Emma that had Tucker already thinking about buying a house with her and marrying her.

They have sex again, and then Emma once again, coldly reject Tucker. I cannot wrap my head around this story.  There was no emotion and the book claims that the series of events happened over a period of months, but it felt like it happened in three days.

The emotions in the book fell flat.  I did not feel the pain, anger or love that the books mentions.  To be honest, I read this book with a confused look on my face the entire time. The reason why Emma did not want to date Tucker seemed silly and not painful enough for it to have such a drastic effect on her.

To wrap it all up, I did not enjoy this book at all.  Everything seems to be wrong about it, from the forced romance to the sex scenes that seem mediocre at best. 

If you read this book, please tell me what you think of it in the comments below.