- File Size: 5375 KB
- Print Length: 180 pages
- Publisher: NineStar Press (April 30, 2018)
- Publication Date: April 30, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07CJR2CXD
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #377,798 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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In the beginning, I found the story endearing and was enjoying the slow burn, even though it felt like many scenes were cut off before they were fully fleshed out. Luc and Rick had great, mildly kinky chemistry. The sexy times that developed organically were hot and well-written, and I would have loved if the kinky aspect were explored a bit more. It was shaping up to be a tentative 3.5 - 4-star read until I hit the 75% mark.
What followed was so out of place that I thought Luc was dreaming. The conflict that resulted from that particular scene was ridiculous - and I hate using that adjective when reviewing. I found myself skimming the rest of the book because I was just so frustrated.
Over all, I felt like the story and the characters were underdeveloped, and I was left disappointed. With that being said, had this been re-worked a bit, I could see it as a stronger story. I do find myself interested in reading the next in the series, which means that something about this definitely grabbed me, despite my disappointment. I also enjoyed learning a bit about cartography as the author clearly has first-hand knowledge of that subject.
I do see that this author has some prior works, so she’s not NEW, per se, but with more experience under her belt, I think there is potential for some great stories. I’m going to give this 3 stars.
*Provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
I loved the klutziness of Luc, and the gentleness of Rick. He was a complete teddy bear. They were a great pair with lots of chemistry. There were some times when their communication was a bit off, and sometimes Luc's nervous attitude was a bit much, but Rick was an amazing complement.
There also seems like there could be the potential for a book 2 with Adam and Jack. :-)
I am voluntarily reviewing an ARC provided by IndiGo Marketing & Design
Though the story was well outlined and the whole thing nicely edited, there were some thing that just didn’t work for me. I felt like Amending Plans was at least a dozen other novels mashed up and regurgitated into this story. There was nothing really original or heart grabbing here for me.
The themes repeat over and over: differences in their classes, style, and interests - but maybe if they bend a little and try out the other guy’s interests, they can find some common ground to place their sexual attraction on…
The major reason I’m giving this one three stars is due to the way Corett explores their sexual relationship. The way these two gradually recognize their needs, flirting with alternative sexual lifestyles and the concepts and sensations of a D/s relationship was very believable and well done. The dominant guy had never hooked up with anyone remotely submissive before and was intrigued with the sensations that brings out in him. The smaller man loves the comfort he finds in submission and it revives his warm memories of being cared for by a strong man. The way they find their way in these new roles was charming and definitely the high point of this novel for me.
The misunderstandings and miscommunications were a bit overdone here for my taste. That these guys weren’t able to be even a bit straight about their feelings early on and that they let such huge gaps in time pass without talking, seemed pretty unrealistic. I know this was part of the plot, but I just kept wishing they would TALK. Plus I really don’t think two men would ride several hours in a car, and spend two days in the wilderness without ever having a simple ‘getting to know you’ chat.
So if you’re in the mood for a short and easy read that’s pretty light on the detailed sexy stuff, then definitely go for Amending Plans. I'll be keeping my eyes peeled to see what CM Corett brings us next.