Kresley Cole is back and better than ever. I didn’t realize how much I missed this series until I started Munro.
Author: Kresley Cole
I finished this book in a day. Each chapter kept drawing me into the next into the next and then the next thing I knew, it was done.
Kresley Cole bring her usual IAD style to this M/M romance. For fans, it is worth reading even if M/M is not your usual choice.
I was surprised to find that the reboot of Kresley Cole’s the Warlord Wants Forever was my favorite of the three stories and Gena Showalter’s story on Dallas from the Alien Huntress series was completely disappointing.
I freakin’ love this story. You have to read The Player. Even if you haven’t read the first two books of the series, you won’t be lost. This was great story telling. I picked up the phone last night to “That was amazing!” when my friend finished.
Kresley Cole’s stories are always enjoyable. I found the most interesting part of this story was seeing the IAD world from an outsider’s perspective, both Jo’s, who is unaware of the Lore and her relationship to it, and Rune’s, who is a member of the Møriør or the Bringers of Doom.
Kresley Cole proves that erotica doesn’t need whips and ball-gags. Simple blazing hot passion between two people is hotter than any red room.