Oltrepassassi's Reviews ＆ Ratings
Beautiful art, but it was a sprint from finish to end. The characters lacked depth, the romance came out of nowhere, it didn't flow.
I was really disappointed with this bundle. The first story was just so- so, and there last two were dreadfully boring with okay and then mediocre art. Wouldn't recommend any of these bundled or separate.
I loved this story. Beautiful art, more steamy scenes than the typical harlequin, and dealing with past relationships. It was beautiful and heartfelt. I loved it!
This story fails to explain things, like why she suddenly lost her memory, or what her husband was doing for 2 years.
The Count was a sleazy man and the story was rushed so his character development had little impact. The entire story felt dry and the characters didn't seem to have any chemistry. I wouldn't recommend this one.
It was a lovely story, but the artwork was not the best. I'm glad I read it, but visually it's not appealing.
If you enjoy slow novels that lack romance and chemistry, this is the one for you!
Goofy, light hearted, beautiful art. It's an affordable, fluffy read!
Mixed feelings about this. It was cute, but lost its effect because the ending was too abrupt. Extending it several pages, or cutting some out, would have done wonders. The last page felt awkward like it stopped mid-sentence.
It was very sad. She was about to be married but her fiance met a terrible fate, and spent 8 years wasting away in a hospital, paralyzed. The father was loving but the mother was selfish. It shows two very different sides of thoughts on life sustaining care. The end contradicts how the fiancee acted the entire story, and it just felt sad and shallow. Beautiful art, but the story wasn't done very well, and didn't feel loving. I have no idea why the main characters love each other.