BRUSH STROKES by Dee Carney
The Good: I really got a kick out of reading about an artist as the main female character, and their first encounter was very hot. There was also an instance of sophisticated juxtaposition, when a literal fire raged as the H/H argued. Love the cover!
The Bad: I was left with a few unanswered questions, most of which concerned Joe, the thinly drawn beta hero, who never did manage to reach three-dimensional status.There were also lots of unnecessary details, which made for chunks of clumsy exposition.
The Naughty: Steamy. Hand job.
Editing issues: One incident of head hopping. Awkward grammar in places. Weird word choices.
Publisher: Black Dawn Fiction (indie)
Length: 89 pages
Final Grade: C+
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Theodora Taylor writes and reviews interracial romance novels in Pittsburgh, PA.