Author: Charlotte Stein

Review: Not Safe for Work by Charlotte Stein

Review: Not Safe for Work by Charlotte Stein

Not Safe for Work by Charlotte Stein is crazy hot. It’s a novella, which means it’s over way too soon, but wow…Stein sure knows how to pack a punch with this m/m/f menage story. Normally, I avoid billionaire heroes like the plague, but I adore Stein and was pleased to learn that the billionaire angle […]

Posted July 3, 2017
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Review: Way Down Deep by Charlotte Stein and Cara McKenna

Review: Way Down Deep by Charlotte Stein and Cara McKenna

My romance reader dreams have come true. Two of my favorite authors, Charlotte Stein and Cara McKenna, got together and made a book baby. The result is Way Down Deep—a sexy, unique novel written entirely in text message format. That’s right—text messages. I wasn’t sure what to expect with this format, but I knew the […]

Posted June 9, 2017
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Review: Never Better by Charlotte Stein

Review: Never Better by Charlotte Stein

Here’s the thing about Charlotte Stein’s books: they’re just so damn good. I savored my read of Never Better, a slow burn romance that masterfully builds a sense of longing and intensity between its main characters. Never Better is book #3 in Stein’s Dark Obsession series, but each is a standalone. In this book, Lydia […]

Posted February 20, 2017
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Review: Never Loved by Charlotte Stein

Review: Never Loved by Charlotte Stein

If I sound like a broken record about Charlotte Stein’s books at this point, it’s because her writing is consistently good. I’ve realized that Stein has become one of my desert island authors, hands down. There’s a theme in Never Loved that can be found elsewhere in Stein’s books–that of a heroine who has grown […]

Posted April 23, 2016
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Review: Sweet Agony by Charlotte Stein

Review: Sweet Agony by Charlotte Stein

This book is basically the super dirty version of a modern-day gothic romance and I loved every word. Molly begins a new job as a live-in housekeeper. She soon learns that her employer, Cyrian Harcroft, is extremely odd and aloof. He tells her not to look at him, not to interact with him, and never ever […]

Posted April 23, 2016
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